PewDiePie’s Pixelings is a new RPG featuring PewDiePie by Outerminds that puts PewDiePie and Marzia, along with their dogs and a whole bunch of oddball Pixelings, into a full-featured casual RPG. You have story, arena battles, and a whole lot of character collection and management in this game.
You need a ton of coins and experience points in this game; coins for upgrades, rank-ups, and purchases in the store, and experience points both to gain player levels and to increase the levels of your Pixelings. And you can get them without using any energy whatsoever.
The first step is to go to the arena. You might have already noticed this after running out of energy, but if you go to the arena, you will be able to play without using any energy at all. Unlimited tries are available in the arena.
Next, start a battle and then let yourself lose. If you lose a battle, you will earn coins and experience anyways; sometimes, you will even earn a chest in exchange for losing a battle on purpose.
Now, do it again and again and again. Allow the automatic Pixeling selector to do its work. Just do whatever you’re doing, and start arena battles and let them play in the background endlessly, in order to farm experience and coins endlessly.
You HAVE to finish the battle in order to get the compensation. If you don’t let the battle finish, but instead forfeit early, then no reward will be earned at all.
Each battle that you lose earns you only 50 coins and 25 exp; however, while it might not seem like a lot, it IS a lot if you do this for an hour, two hours, or three hours, or more at a time. In that case, the coins and experience add up QUICKLY.
There are many players who use bots to do the arena cheat. You might have even come across them while playing the game; you’ll know them because they will let the auto-selector do the work, or they will forfeit right after beginning the battle. If you are trying to win in the arena, they do make for some very easy victories.
Now, you can use the bot cheat if you have Android or a jailbroken version of iOS. If you’re not worried about risking your account getting banned, then go for it; however, the developers do have ways to detect it.