Pixel People: Walkthrough, Cheats, Tips, and Strategy Guide

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Pixel People is a new iOS and Android game where you splice clones together, create characters with new and unique jobs, find work for them to do, and house them into your ever-growing city. Your goal is to have as many people as possible, as big and rich of a city as you can, and find every single possible job.

You can earn coins both passively and actively, unlock loads of new bonuses, and more. Read on for some tips and tricks for Pixel People!

The first thing that you need to have in your city is residential buildings. Everything else happens only if you have space within your residential buildings; if you have no space, then you won’t be able to do any more cloning or splicing. But be careful about what residential building you purchase, though.

Go to the residential menu and you’ll have a choice to buy buildings that take up one, two, or three spaces that house one, two, or three people. The one space one person building is actually by far the best deal out of all of them it costs 5000 coins for one square, where as the two and three space buildings cost far more than 5000 coins per square. So build as many of the one space homes as possible.

When it comes time to splice another character, you have to try to find a job for them. To do this, try to combine two jobs that already exist. You’ll know if you found a good combination by the color of the test tube in between the two jobs. Gray means no combo. Yellow means you’ll discover a job that you already have. Pink means you’ll make a new job.

When you discover a new job, it takes a second for the job to unlock, but when it does, you’ll be able to add a new building to your city. The new building also takes a minute or so to unlock, but once it does, you’ll be able to put your new character into the new building. Or, you can place them into a building that already exists.

If you want to speed along an unlock, whether it’s a new character or building, go to the button that says “Watch Ad” in the character-unlocking screen. Watch the ad and the unlock will finish all the way. It’s not worth it as much when you only have to wait one or two minutes, but later in the game when it takes five to ten minutes, this bonus can speed things along greatly.

The point of all of these characters, residences, and buildings, is to earn money. The more money you have, the more you’ll be able to buy, and as you advance further into the game, you’ll need more of it. Each character who works a job will add to the amount of money that you make.

Coins don’t collect when you are offline, so if you want to earn a ton of coins, leave the game active and plug your phone in for awhile. Make sure that your phone is set for the screen to never sleep, otherwise when the screen goes to sleep, your buildings will stop earning money.

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