Wrassling is a hilarious new iOS and Android game where your goal is to wrestle an endless amount of comers out of the ring. Complete with cartoonish fake Russian accents, completely unrealistic movements and addictive gameplay, this game will confound and frustrate, but there are some ways to make it a whole hell of a lot easier. Read on for some tips and tricks for Wrassling!
The goal of this game is to score as many points as possible, and the way to do that is to throw wrestlers out of the ring for one point apiece. The easiest way to score high points is to fight defensively. Speed around the ring, be quick and fast, and as the ring fills up with wrestlers, use their own force and momentum against each other. Push them around and let them push each other out of the ring.
If you hold the jump button and use the arm spin, you’ll use an extra powerful arm spin. However, under most circumstances you shouldn’t need to do this, because jumping is generally far too risky and will lead you to get thrown out of the ring a whole lot more easily. Stay on the ground as much as possible.
There are a certain batch of quests to complete in this game, and the quests are completed by doing a certain action, such as throwing X amount of wrestlers out of the ring or scoring a point while wearing a hat. Whenever you beat a quest, you earn a new hat. You can also earn new hats by going to the Unlock list and watching a free advertisement video in exchange for a hat.
Every ten points you will encounter a boss wrestler. They are bigger, which generally means that they are an easy target, but then something else will happen too, such as the stage swaying back and forth or the turnbuckles dropping to the ground, which will make it tougher to survive against their attacks. However, to beat the bosses, use their (and other wrestlers’) momentum against them.
If you get thrown out, you can jump in mid air and if you do it well enough you can end up landing back inside of the ring. To do this, hit the jump button over and over while you are either on the turnbuckle or just outside of it and aim yourself towards going back into the ring. With the right aim you can also use your arms to pull yourself back into the ring.