Digimon Tips

Kym Huynh —  August 3, 2015 — Leave a comment

Artful Dodging

In the digimon game, your opponents only have 5 shots or so. It is best to dodger, run away or go behind a wall untill they use up their 3-5 shots. Doing this, I only lost about 5 health in my 1st time playing. This is also a very easy way to get np. You get about 400-450 np each game. If you beat the game3 times, 1200 np- 1350 np daily. – MKJK5761@aol.com

Mini Guide

This game does not give out lots of np but it is sort of hard to beat even though I’ve beaten it 4 times.
All you have to do is get the digicard and go to the exit. It is hard because enemies never run out of ammo! I find it best when you shoot at them from a distance eg shoot and run. Anyways here are the items.
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Swarm is a game of speed and intelligence where you have to defend your tank and shoot at the same time. It sounds difficult, but it is not. You will see at the end of the guide. For right now, let us break it down into details that will make you king or queen of the game. Or at least, make you understand it better.

The setting is the desert. When we think of the desert we think of snakes. Ever stopped and wondered about other animals who share space there, too? Maybe not, but this game will ultimately prove that bugs indeed live in the desert, too. In fact, this game is FULL of them. Unfortunately, for some inexplicable reason, these bugs seem to be hi-tech and equipped with guns. And guess what? They shoot at you! All you have is a tank and a few walls that protect you.
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Mystery Picture Tips

Kym Huynh —  August 1, 2015 — Leave a comment

Make the images their original size

Copy and paste the mystery pic into an imaging program, such as Photoshop or Paint Shop Pro. Even something like the “Paint” program in Windows will work for this. Shrink the picture to about 1/4 of what it was. In the Paint program, do this by clicking on Image –> Stretch/Skew and then type in “30%” for the Stretch Horizontal and Vertical areas. The picture should shrink and show you what it really looks like in it’s original form. Then poke around the site if you don’t recognize it, until you find it! – Albie Shun’u