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The Line Zen – Tips, Tricks, Cheats and Strategy Guide

The Line Zen is a new puzzle game for the iOS and Android platforms. This is the sequel to The Line, a smash hit game for 2014, but unlike that one, this one has a few more twists and turns that you have to navigate in order to get a high score. Still though, this is an endless game and the further you go, the more difficult that the game becomes. Read on for some tips and tricks for The Line Zen!

Like the previous game, this game is primarily one of focus. Focus on avoiding anything that is red. You do not have to avoid anything that is green; if you hit something that is green, you will not die. However, sometimes green things can get in your way and distract you, forcing you to have to concentrate harder or hit a red obstacle.

You can make the green balls and other green obstacles work in your favor though. When you hit them, they will be knocked away from you. If you hit them in just the right way, you can use them to knock red obstacles away from you, effectively turning the green objects into shields against the red obstacles. You have to plan out your moves beforehand though in order to make this work with some accuracy.

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There is an in app purchase in this game that allows you to get rid of the advertisements in exchange for spending one dollar. If the advertisements are really bugging you that much and you have no money to spend, then freeway to get rid of them is to switch your iPhone, iPad or android device into airplane mode and then play the game. However, I generally do not recommend doing this because advertisements are an indie developer’s method of paying the bills.

If you want to compare score against other players around the world, go to the leaderboard and check out the high scores, but ignore all of the ones that look unrealistic. Instead, scroll down to the ones that look difficult. All of the insanely high ones will typically be, but the ones that look halfway doable will generally be real scores from real players.

If you get too frustrated while you are playing this game, shut it off for a good half an hour to an hour and then come back to it later. When you come back to it later you will find that your scores improved and that it becomes much easier to get a new high score. This is because you are building muscle memory at the game; memory that can only really be built up in any significant portion if you take a break every once in a while.