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Controls

Arrow Keys = Move ball left and right.
Space Bar = Hold down to power the kick. (While holding the space bar you can aim the ball in different directions using the arrow keys.)

Out of the 4 games available in Altador Cup IV, Shootout Showdown is the simplest and quickest; but that is if you play it correctly. The aim of this showdown is to shoot the yooyu ball into the net and make a goal. Of course, there is the extreme jelly Chia frantically moving back and forth to trying to make it so you are not able to score the 5 goals you need to win.
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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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Slushie Slinger Tips

Kym Huynh —  March 26, 2012 — 1 Comment

The Flavour of the Sluhie Doesn’t Matter

I was playing Sluhie Slinger and I didn’t feel like getting the right flavours to the right people so I just gave them the slushie that was right across from them. As it turns out, the flavor of the slushie does not matter at all. If they ask for a green slushie and you give them a pink slushie instead, the customer does not care and you don’t lose any lives. It makes the game really easy. – by micsun

Altador Cup V Team Rosters

Gaby —  September 3, 2011 — Leave a comment


16 teams make up this year’s Altador Cup competition including the above featured Team Moltara. Take a good long look folks because soon you will be choosing one team that you think best represents you and your interests.

Team Tyrannia

Team Shenkuu

Team Roo Island

Team Mystery Island

Team Moltara

Team Meridell

Team Maraqua

Team Lost Desert

Team Kreludor

Team Krawk Island

Team Kiko Lake

Team Haunted Woods

Team Faerieland

Team Darigan Citadel

Team Brightvale

Team Altador

Altador Cup V Shields

Kym Huynh —  July 22, 2011 — Leave a comment