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Slip Away – Tips, Tricks, Cheats, How to Beat, and Strategy Guide

Slip Away is a new endless swimmer game for the iOS and Android platforms. You play as a jellyfish who is trying to swim through a huge variety of obstacles, and your goal is to get as far as you can without dying, and to collect as many gems as you can in the process. You can play in three different game modes ranging from easy to extremely difficult. Read on for some tips and tricks for Slip Away!

Kids and Normal mode are the two endless modes and predictably, each one has different stage layouts. Kids mode is easier, but you get just as many gems in this mode as you would in the normal mode, so play this one whenever you want to load up on gems.

At random times, usually after every third play or so, a prompt will appear along with the offer to earn free gems by watching a video – 250 gems in total. Go to the charactor select screen and the same prompt will pop up there at random times, as well. This is by far the quickest way to earn more gems in the game.

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Challenge mode is not an endless thing – in fact, it contains a number of different stages, each with a fixed design. Once you beat all of those stages, you will earn an instant reward consisting of massive amounts of gems. On non-challenge stages, and on the tenth point of each challenge stage, you get a blue gem which is worth 10 regular gems.

You can use all of those gems to purchase new characters from the character select screen. Each one of them has a different look, and the more gems one of them costs, the more the look changes. The gameplay, though, doesn’t change at all. All that changes is the look of your character.

Rapidly tap the two sides of the screen to send your jellyfish flying up the screen quickly. If you want to slow things down, tap and then let your character fall down a little bit, then tap again, and repeat so that your character either moves up very slowly overall, or doesn’t move up at all (this is great if you need to move your character sideways in order to get around an obstacle).