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Whack-A-Beast Guide by Vic

Shoyru_Lover —  February 17, 2020 — 1 Comment

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Whack-A-Beast is about the easiest game that requires no skill, just good reflexes! Here are a few tips that should get you a high score!

Always go for the highest “beasts”: If you see a blue beast jump up whack him first since he is worth the most (10 Points).

Whack the yellow ones next if you see any they are worth 3 and always whack green over red as green are worth 2 and only 1. If you think about it, you whack 5 green you get 10 points if you whack 5 red you only get 5! The object is to get to 50 each round.
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Controls:

z – Punch
x – Kick
zxzx – Role combo
xzxz – Headbutt combo
c – Block
and the arrow keys to move

Level 1 – Normal Meepit
Level 2 – Dung Meepit
Level 3 – Fairy Meepit
Level 4 – Tyrannian Meepit
Level 5 – Lava Meepit

The key is to win the first two rounds of each level and then beat your opponent until they are almost dead but not quite.

Then let them win the next two rounds before finishing them off in the fifth round. This will give you a better score.

Winning is very easy once you master the combination attacks. – dapantsman2

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In Turdle racing you get three bets a day at any time you want. You just click to go the the Betting Page, pick your Turdle, place your bet, and if you want you can feed your Turdle a food item.

The game is mostly chance, but there are a few theories that have worked for me in the past.* For example, since you can place your three bets one right after the other, first pick a Turdle you want to bet on that day. For your first bet, just place a small bet, maybe 10 or 15 NP. Now either your Turdle will lose (which is generally the case) or it will win, in which case you do get at least a small prize.
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Ice Cream Factory Art

Ice Cream Factory is undoubtedly one of the easiest and at the same time hardest games you’ll ever play that you’ll wonder how you could have ever lost. This game boasts two parts to it, an extremely easy play and then a gradually increase in difficulty stage which will make you clutch your hair in frustration.

Although I can safely say that I can pass the first easy stages with flying colors, it’s undoubtedly the warehouse stages that make me lose too many lives that I gain. Anyway, I am getting far ahead of myself, lets start with the basics.

Firstly, in the Ice Cream Factory where you get ice cream pelted your way while you try to dodge, there are many special ice creams that will randomly shoot out. Basically, their effects can be either good or bad (mainly a bit of both) so depending on how you play the game will determine what you think is good or bad.
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Story

Jake Ransom has accidentally landed in a strange world of long-lost civilizations, and he has been attacked by Stingtails! It’s up to you to help Jake freeze the Stingtails so he can continue his action-packed journey and solve the mystery of his parents’ disappearance.

Well, we don’t really care, do we? All that matters is that Jake Ransom Flashlight Freeze is a really easy game to get 10,00 neopoints per game in, needing only 150 points out of a possible 600-ish for getting to the last level. Most people find it really difficult, which is why the NP ratio is so high, but just follow my very simple strategy, and no matter how many of the scary stingtails they send after you, you’ll blast them away before they get anywhere close to you.
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