Rocket Dodge is Kwalee’s latest endless game for the iOS and Android featuring breakneck gameplay where you control your rocket to dodge a speedy bevy of missiles that are coming at you. You begin the game flying over earth, but you can travel to many other planets, as well as earn coins and buy more rockets. Read on for some tips and tricks for Rocket Dodge!
You have to steer adeptly and have a keen eye on the entire planet to dodge missiles. Watch around the edges of the planet to see where the missiles’ trails are popping out of, so that you can change direction to stop yourself from flying head-on into a missile. Tap on the right or left side of the screen rapidly to steer slowly, or hold on the left or right side of the screen to steer quickly. Double-tapping the screen will also release your rocket’s special ability.
You can play the game without a good internet connection, but if you want to maximize your coins, you definitely need a connection. You can watch video ads on the main screen in order to win up to 2,500 coins at a time, and you can watch them whenever you earn a reward 1/3 or 2/3 of the way through from one planet to the other. Take all of the video offers that you can get in order to move forward as quickly as possible.
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Move the ship at the planet bar (at the top of the screen) all the way from planet to planet to get to the next planet. You do have the option of skipping the last 1/3 of the way after you already get 2/3 of the way there. Each consecutive planet has one more coin multiplier – for example, the moon has 2x, and Jupiter, which is level 7, has a 7x coin multiplier. The levels get a bit harder each time, with missiles becoming smarter, although other factors can negate these sometimes, such as Jupiter being physically larger than the rest.
Upgrading your ships is the most cost-effective thing that you can do to increase your start charge and your charge speed, but eventually, your ship runs out of upgrades. If you get into a new ship, you might lose some of one or the other compared to the previous ship, but the potential is far higher. You can use your special skill with the ship to determine how good it is too, such as the nuke to destroy all missiles, or the shields to protect your ship.
You can complete missions to earn some more coins, as well. One mission will pop up at the bottom of the screen, and when you finish it you’ll open up another mission to do. If you watch a video ad, you can swap missions around, which is good if you somehow can’t complete the current mission, or you don’t like the coin earnings that you get as a bonus for the current mission.