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The Basics

When the game first begins, the little players will come out on the field and line up. Then the game will actually start, and you’ll see them in formation.

There are different formations, some of which are preferred by different teams. All of the teams have a default formation, and when you are playing against them, that’s the one they’ll use. (The default is different depending on what team you’re playing against; for example, Maraqua uses the 1+3 formation, whereas Roo Island uses the 2+2). The team you play for, that is, the one that you control, will use whatever formation you tell them to use. I personally have played for Maraqua, and found it easiest to use the 1+3, but you should experiment and find out which one you like the best. You can also play from left to right or from right to left; this is also a matter of personal preference.
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Altador Cup V Trophies

Kym Huynh —  April 18, 2018 — Leave a comment

Ever wondered what all the shields available for the Altador Cup look like? Look no further… we have them here for you in all their glory!

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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Many have asked, “Which team is the most powerful?” or maybe ,”Which are the most fastest?” The answer to this is – there is no fast or slow, powerful or weak teams. It all boils down to you and how good you play.

Though there are some what I call “illusions”. For example when you play teams like Maraqua, Darigan or Altador (there might be more others), notice you can see their legs moving?

However, when you play Lost Desert, it seems as if they ar sliding or flying or floating. You get my point.

That is why I guess people tend to compare teams.
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