The objective of this game is to serve the customers which ever slushie they ask for. They have three choices to choose from: green, pink, and blue/grey (ordered from top to bottom of screen). You move the waitress with the arrow keys and you get the slushie cups filled (also to give the cup to the customer) by using the space bar.

So when you start the game, you’ll find the that there are three, long stone counters in a row, each one has a slushie machine in at the end of it. The waitress, you, will be at the top counter, looking away from the slushie machine. Customers will pop up at the way left of the screen and you’ll find a bubble next to their heads that has an image of which slushie they wish to have. Use the up and down arrow key to stand in front of the machine and then use the right arrow key to face it pressing the space bar to get that flavor in a cup. When its filled turn around and move to stand in front of the correct counter and press space bar again for it to slide down towards the customer.
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Now I have read several neopoint making guides but when I tried them, they seemed impossible, as if the writer had not even used their own method. Well I decided I wanted a more realistic and ideal method so this is how I set it up. I decided on a goal of 2000np per day. Since I cant really play games on weekdays, I tried to limit the games used. On weekdays, I have a total of 3 games and of course the daily freebies. On weekends, it not much different although I’m sure you will get better scores because of the time you have. The stock market is also great. I used this method from when I first started and got 100k in about two months because I was not so good at the games. But as I played more, I got better scores. Then with my 100k I invested in BOOM. That gave me about 20k profit. I sold and now had 120k in my bank. I then used all 120k to buy as many PEOP stocks as I could in the cheapest rate and after a few weeks I sold like crazy!!! I then had 270k!!! The stock market is worth your time and so is earning a little amount of money at a time. Soon you may add on one more game or set your daily goal to 4000 neopoints a day!
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Imperial Exam Tips

Kym Huynh —  August 24, 2016 — Leave a comment

Game overview
Simply press the up arrow key when the word in the speech bubble is spelled correctly and the down arrow key when it’s wrong. This dictates whether the neopet is allowed into the exam hall or not. The exam hall must be filled with a different number per stage – 10 in the first stage, 20 in the 2nd, then 30, then 35, then 40 – there are 5 stages before the end of the game.

Once you fill the exam hall you move to the next stage and the timer is restarted. You are awarded points for every neopet you send into the exam hall or send away so long as you were right to do so – when you make the wrong choice the guard will tell you, and if you let in a neopet whose word was spelled incorrectly you will loose a life, or “chance”, of which you have 3 for the whole game.
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From the start, go all the way left, collecting the diamonds, then go all the way right until your over a balloon. Press down 1, then quickly go 1 up and 1 left/right. Which ever way you went push the balloon to the other corner. Now go back, there’s a boulder above you, go one up, then go all the way down and quickly 1 left. Get the torch and light the TNT (stay well clear) and get the other torch

Go right to the key, go one up, one left, then one right. Get the chest, push the boulder of the sense pad and go left to the balloon (in the picture) when your under the TNT, press up. Now get underneath the boulder, go one up then quickly go one down one left, now push that boulder onto the sense pad.
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This is a guide to Piper Panic. This isn’t the “get the highest score ever” guide, but it is a solution guide that will get you 1,000 neopoints every time you play the game.

The levels vary a little with every game, but they generally have the same solution (note: I don’t know exactly how the levels are different. If need be, substitute “row” for “column” and vice versa as appropriate). The premise of the game is that you are the Jubjub snake charmer who has to guide the Cobralls to the baskets.

The Cobrall will go in a straight line in the direction of the key that you press until it hits a basket. If it doesn’t hit a basket, it will keep going to the edge of the board and you will lose a life. The other way to lose a life is to run out of time. You get bonus points for picking up the gems and getting the baskets with stars on them last, but it won’t matter much. If you finish the whole game, without trying you will get over 3,000 points. At the time of this writing, the NP ratio is .50, which means you need only 2,000 points to get 1,000 NP per play.
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