Yo-Kai Watch Wibble Wobble is a new puzzle RPG for the iOS and Android platforms. Imagine the old LINE Disney Tsum Tsum game, for those who have played that, except with an RPG focus, where you can collect Yo-Kai Watch characters, enhance and evolve them, and match and pop Wib Wobs in order to defeat enemies and bosses. Read on for some tips and tricks for Yo-Kai Watch Wibble Wobble!
When you are battling with another Yo-Kai, you have a chance to become friends with them. To enhance the chances, give them a treat in the middle of the battle. At the end of the battle, the may ask you if they can be your friend or if you can look after them. Say yes and they will be available to add to your party.
Swipe to mix identical Wib Wobs together. The bigger the combination of Wib Wobs, the more damage that you will be able to do to the rival Yo-Kai. If you want to make it even bigger but other Wib Wobs are in the way, tap them to pop them until other identical Wib Wobs are within swiping distance. Repeat until it is big enough for you.
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With each battle, you earn Y-Money and experience points for your Yo-Kais. If you need to level them up a bit before you can beat the current battle, go to one of the older battles, even if you have already three-starred it, and play it again. Do this as many times as you need to in order to gain levels and earn more Y-Money to get more Yo-Kai from the Crank-A-Kai.
Medal Points can be collected randomly throughout the game. Go to the Medals area to trade them in for prizes, or even to use them to battle against different Yo-Kai. Some of the Yo-Kai that you can battle for medals don’t appear anywhere else in the game, so bring treats along so that you have a better chance at befriending them.
Friends can help each other out on Yo-Kai Watch Wibble Wobble, but you need to have someone’s friend code in order to add them. Post your friend code in the comments below, or look on the App Store review pages or Facebook for people who have posted their friend codes.