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As I was checking up on the news one day, I found that Neopets had released a new game.

“Cloud racers?” I said. “Well, it’s worth a shot.”

Eventually, I found myself spending hour after hypnotic hour moving the little floud, meekins, or miamouse around the track. Now, as a professional cloud racer, I will teach you the tips and tricks of this wonderful game.

First, every racer has a different style. The battle faerie is generally pretty easy to box in. The space faerie is a little more difficult, but has basically the same movement style as the battle faerie. The fire faerie usually starts away from the wall, making it even trickier to close her off. The hardest is the dark faerie, with a complicated combination of swirls and turns. Now that we have addressed each opponent, let’s move on to how to beat them.
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Whether you are a newbie, or a long time user, everyone wants to know the secrets to getting rich… and quickly. Before I begin, let me say that there is no magic way to earn neopoints. If a deal seems too good to be true, it probably is. Now, the first thing you want to do is go to all the freebies. Coltanzs Shrine, Fruit Machine, Tombola, and the Snowager are great ones to use. Once a month you can go to http://www.neopets.com/freebies/index.phtml for 2,000 neopoints and free food for all your pets.

Next, play the sponsor games, because more often than not they don’t require any skill, and are fast. When they have a full load of games, I can usually make over 14,000 neopoints in a day. Another easy game is Fashion Fever, because all you have to do is start and end the game. Then, play the easy games, like Ice Cream Machine, Kiko Match II, and National Neopian, because they can get you a lot of money, even if you aren’t good at them. So, try to play as many games as possible, because, believe me, it can get you a lot.
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Push the up arrow on your keyboard: both Edna and her shadow go up.
Push the left arrow on your keyboard: Edna goes left, shadow goes right.
Push the right arrow on your keyboard: Edna goes right, shadow goes left.
Push the down arrow on your keyboard: both Edna and her shadow go down.

Bad guys:

A small critter that looks like a Baby Buzz.
An imp that looks like a mini brain tree.
A little black bat with sharp teeth.
A tiny gray ghost that looks freaky.
Watch them for a little while, and you should be able to tell where they will go next and avoid them. If Edna (or her shadow) touch one, Edna (or her shadow) is trapped.
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Evil Fuzzles from Beyond the Stars is a great game to make neopoints, you just have to work for it.
First of all, practice, practice, practice getting your aim on the fuzzles. The point is, don’t just fire like crazy, shoot fast, but still keep your aim on the fuzzles.

Level 1:
This is a fairly simple level, just shoot the fuzzles as fast as you can, because the faster you shoot them, the more that comes out, the more points you get. Notice the little 3 x 2 thing? Let’s call that the multiplier. Okay, so shoot the fuzzles as fast as you can. Don’t miss any. Just start slow, get better and shoot faster. If you miss them, it would be best to start over if you are serious. Every time you miss, the multiplier will start over from 1 x 2, 2 x 2, and so on. Don’t let the multiplier fall down. After it reaches 9 x 2, it will go to 10 x 3. I suggest you not press on the multiplier until you’ve reached AT LEAST x3. Actually, just don’t press it.
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So your game keeps ending with embarrassingly low scores and your screen full of gummy splats. Frustrating. Maybe this will help.

– First of all, go to the page the Neopets crew wrote out with instructions: they help and it saves you the time of just going about ramming random keys in the hopes of getting a decent score.

– While this game is quite hard because you have to think in three dimensions, it’s easier if you go at it systematically. The more cubes that go and stay away, the easier it gets.

– If you plan on removing blocks starting from a certain point, pick the bottom angle of the bottom grid: if the cubes there are gone, there’s nothing obstructing your view from the ones behind it.
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