Fallout Shelter: How to get more power, food and water, page 3

As you get to be more advanced in this game, with more dwellers inside of your vault, you will unlock a greater variety of rooms, which earn you far more food, water, or power as compared to the other ones. The nuclear reactor is used to produce greater amounts of power. The garden will earn […Read More]

Fallout Shelter: How to get free Lunch Boxes

One of the most fun surprises that you can find in Fallout Shelter is lunch boxes, which allow you to open them up and earn a bunch of free goodies. Such goodies include rare dwellers, more caps, power, water and food, as well as equipment and outfits, especially rare weapons that can help you defeat […Read More]

Fallout Shelter: How to get more Dwellers in your vault

Fallout Shelter is all about getting dwellers (people) to come to your vault, but after the beginning of the game, the dwellers stop showing up to your vault. Luckily, it’s not anywhere near impossible to get more people/dwellers to come to your vault – you just have to know what to do to get them […Read More]

Fallout Shelter: How to defend against Raiders, Radroaches and fires

Fallout Shelter is the iPhone, iPad and (soon) Android’s new vault management sim, playing like a really insanely hard yet very addictive and well done spin on the Tiny Tower formula. You might end up gaining resources, finally building a self sustaining vault, and then all of a sudden you get attacked by Raiders who […Read More]

Fallout Shelter: How to achieve 100% happiness for all of your dwellers

Fallout Shelter is a new city management game for the iOS platform. You build a little vault city, fill it with dwellers, collect resources, And you have to try to keep them happy in the process. If your dwellers are not happy, their production will slow down and their health will decline. Getting 100% happiness […Read More]

Fallout Shelter: How to get more Bottle Caps

Fallout Shelter is Bethesda’s first mobile game, the first mobile tie-in to the Fallout franchise, and possibly the fastest growing game in iOS history. Bottle caps, or just caps, are the main form of currency in this game, and are what you spend when you need to build more rooms. Caps can be a bit […Read More]

Fallout Shelter – Tips, Tricks, Cheats and Strategy Guide, Page 3

The single easiest way to get rid of Radaroaches and Raiders is to do the following. Make sure first that all of your good weapons are unequipped. Then, when the infestation comes, go to the infested room and equip the Dwellers with the good weapons. Let them absolutely crush the infestation. Then when the infestation […Read More]

Fallout Shelter: How to get more power, food and water, page 2

In desperate times if you need a quick recovery, you can find food, water or power inside a lunch box at random. Save the lunch box until you need a boost in your resources, just in case. If your resources are well-managed, though, you will not end up needing any lunch box boosts at all, […Read More]

Fallout Shelter: How to get more power, food and water

Fallout Shelter, for iPhone and iPad and coming soon to Android, is one of the few resource-management games that actually makes you MANAGE your resources. If you don’t manage your food, power and water correctly, you will get stuck in red-bar hell and end up always chasing your tail, never getting ahead unless you do […Read More]

Fallout Shelter – Tips, Tricks, Cheats and Strategy Guide, Page 2

One of the main benefits of building a 2-3 space wide room is that the price of each upgrade drops massively relative to the amount of food, power or water (or other goods) that the room produces. The overall price is higher, but a 3x wide room will cost 500 for the first upgrade, where […Read More]