Twisty Board 2 is a new game for the iOS and Android platform where you ride a hoverboard around a wide open world, shoot the bad guys while avoiding getting shot, and rescue hostages from inside of their cages. You can earn new characters, purchase upgrades, and move from level to level. Read on for some tips and tricks for Twisty Board 2!
In order to find the next set of hostages, look at the arrow that’s floating above the head of your character. The direction that it points is the direction that the hostages will be in, and the color will denote how far away they are. Red means further away, and as you get closer, the arrow will transition to orange, yellow, then green.
Your main method of survival will be to avoid getting hit by all of the shots. Watch the shots that come out of not only the enemy characters, but the enemy gun turrets as well. You can’t kill the turrets like you can the enemy characters; all that you can do is avoid getting hit by their shots. Keep changing direction, even if just a little bit, to throw off your aim.
Use the coins that you earn throughout play to purchase upgrades. You can earn coins in the game itself, or if you go to the main menu, hit the “earn” button to play an advertisement video. When the video completes, you’ll have 25 free coins to your name; far more can be earned in the levels themselves, so avoid this option in general.
Many of the upgrades take a LOT of coins to purchase, but oftentimes they’re worth it because they can unlock power-ups, give you a coin multiplier, or upgrade the power-ups that you earn from boxes in the levels. Arguably the best one is the coin multiplier because it allows you to buy everything else quicker. So buy that one when you can, and buy the others later.
You have to get a specific amount of hostage crates in order to make it to the duel, and while it can seem nearly impossible to do, it’s not. When you die, you can either pay a small amount of coins to keep going or you can watch a video ad in order to keep going. You can do this up to three times per round.