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Rio 2016 Olympic Games (mobile game) – Tips, Tricks, Cheats, How to Beat, and Strategy Guide

Rio 2016 Olympic Games is the official mobile game of this year’s Olympic Games. You can play soccer (football), tennis, basketball, archery, skeet shooting, or table tennis, and try to go for as many gold medals as possible, even competing against other players. Read on for some tips and tricks for Rio 2016 Olympic Games!

Pebbles are the currency of the game, and can be purchased in the IAP store. Use the pebbles that you earn to upgrade your chance gauge for each of the six sports. You can earn pebbles from one sport and use them to upgrade another sport, so upgrade either the ones that you have the most difficulty with or simply the ones where you want to try to go for the gold the hardest in.

Stamina is required to play each event once. If you want to earn more stamina for free, you have two methods to do so. One is to watch an ad, and you earn gold once the ad finishes. The other is to earn to sign onto Facebook using the game, and request stamina from a friend who also plays the game. You can send stamina to your friends for them to collect later, as well.

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If you don’t know anybody else who plays this game, you can find them on the comment section of this article, or in the App Store and Google Play review pages. If you don’t want to add people you don’t know on your Facebook, you can start a second, games-only account and add people using the new account.

Make sure that you are in an area where you have the best possible internet connection when you play. Each competition will be against another player, and if your connection drops out, the results will end up getting lost after the end of the competition.

In addition to spending pebbles, you can also level up your chance gauge increases by playing and building experience levels. Each level that you gain adds one to the chance gauge upgrade bar, dropping the number of pebbles that you have to spend in order to upgrade. Or with enough level-ups and play-throughs, the chance gauge will upgrade all by itself.