Uggaroo will put the stone under one of the coconuts, and then start to switch them around. Try and keep your eye on the correct coconut!

Your maximum bet can be twenty Neopoints plus one for every day you have played Neopets (20 + (403 * 1) = 423 NP).

This game is a really good way of winning easy neopoints if played correctly! Alone, I prolly make over 5000 neopoints from this game everyday! If you play, don’t select easy as that is too slow and although chances are that you’ll win, the win won’t be that much. A recommended speed is from medium to fast which will give you either a 100% win back bet or a 150% win back bet! I strongly do not suggest stupidly fast as it is difficult to keep an eye on the coconut the stone is under.

Oops! – You have to finish your game!!! Please make sure that you watch the entire sequence, and then click on what you think is the correct coconut.

Uggaroo has taken your bet anyway :(

If you are presented with this, (it happens sometimes even though you win) don’t panic, all you have to do is press the back button on your browser, and you wont lose any money. However, you must continue the game if you want to win and not lose your bet. – Shoyru_Lover

Toontown: Cannon Shot Tips

Kym Huynh —  December 21, 2014 — Leave a comment

Tip to scoring high
The trick to scoring high in Toontown: Cannon Shot is to count the running character’s steps. In the mode with Running Speed: *** and Velocity: **, count 8 of the duck’s steps (1 step = the time in the animation where his foot is at its lowest point), including the step that occurs immediately after you click to run. On the 9th step, click to aim. Let that 9th step be the first step in the countdown to shoot: between the 5th and 6th steps, click to fire the cannon. In other words, your counting should sound something like this:

RUN & 2 & 3 & 4 & 5 & 6 & 7 & 8 & AIM & 2 & 3 & 4 & 5 SHOOT 6

If you times it right, the duck should slide a little ways over the foul line (duck, foul, fowl, haha ^^’), and the dog should shoot off the top of the screen and then land right in the barrel. You can score between 40 and 125 points every shot once you get the hang of this technique (it only took me about 3 games to figure out and master); I usually score 60 to 90. Also be careful not to overshoot the barrel!
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With Donna Williams and Adam Powell no longer working at Neopets, we caught up with Donna to catch up on what she has been up to. Turns out she and Adam are working on a new MMORPG called Twin Skies (now on hiatus while they release Vikings, Pirates, Ninjas).

Keep reading to find out what Donna thinks about present day Neopets and find out more about her current projects.

What was the inspiration behind Twin Skies?

Adam and I were talking about what races would be cool to play, we threw around some initial ideas for settings and backgrounds and it came from there. There wasn’t a big moment of realization or anything like that. We just got more and more excited about it as time went on so we decided to develop it further. There are some REALLY cool races planned by the way!
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The trick to scoring high in Toontown: Cannon Shot is to count the running characters steps. In the mode with Running Speed: *** and Velocity: **, count 8 of the ducks steps (1 step = the time in the animation where his foot is at its lowest point), including the step that occurs immediately after you click to run. On the 9th step, click to aim. Let that 9th step be the first step in the countdown to shoot: between the 5th and 6th steps, click to fire the cannon. In other words, your counting should sound something like this:

RUN & 2 & 3 & 4 & 5 & 6 & 7 & 8 & AIM & 2 & 3 & 4 & 5 SHOOT 6

If you times it right, the duck should slide a little ways over the foul line (duck, foul, fowl, haha), and the dog should shoot off the top of the screen and then land right in the barrel. You can score between 40 and 125 points every shot once you get the hang of this technique (it only took me about 3 games to figure out and master); I usually score 60 to 90. Also be careful not to overshoot the barrel! – by Natalia Skrzyniarz