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PREPARATION:

Coffee (lots of it), unplug the phone and allow yourself a few hours to spend on this game.

ABOUT:

This game is extremely annoying and can get very tedious at times, but it is very simple to play and as long as you have the patience (and time) you can easily earn yourself a shiny new trophy.

First off, prepare yourself to sit in front of your computer for about 3 hours (no that is not a typo, i did say 3 hours!) because this game is so easy and there is no “winning” involved the scores on the high-score table are ridiculously high.

AIM OF THE GAME:

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Overview

This game is hard at first glance. But when you figure out the mechanics for the game it seems playable. Also it’s a new game to add to you list of dailies in which you can get 500+ neopoints per game in a couple seconds. Maybe more depending on how lucky you are.

How to Play

First thing is there is no time limit and no penalty for not catching items. The object of the game is to try and stack the falling objects as high as you can without dropping them. Every now and then a Warf or Drakonack comes and blocks your path. I’ve been caught in the corner from one before and I could still balance my huge stack. All they do is stop you from being able to catch some of the falling items for 5 seconds.
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Edited by Jonny Blackler

So you’ve decided to take on the Game King’s challenge, but need help getting past his annoying servant? Well, you’ve come to the right guide!

First, we’ll choose a character. If you use Abigail and beat the game, you’ll only receive 4000 neopoints. However, if you beat the game by playing AAA, her brother, you’ll win 5000 neopoints.

The number one thing that helped me most of all, while playing the game, is familiarizing myself with the keys on my keyboard, and which fingers I will be using to push them throughout the game; thus making it easy to remember which button to push when needed at the time.
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This game is very similar to Frogger except you are in a mine shaft and you have to save petpets by running over wagons avoiding boulders and avoiding falling rocks. You can only carry one petpet at a time and you have a timer.

LEVEL 1 (req. 4): You have more than enough time to get four petpets and all the jewels. Your worst enemy this level is getting antsy and trying to force your way across the lava when the floaters just aren’t there. Take your time and only move forward when the next floater is absolutely in front of you. Don’t use your diagonal this level at all. Remember that when you get your fourth petpet back to the entrance, you move on to the next level automatically, so make sure you get all the jewels first!
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So your new to meerca chase… okes, no probs 🙂

I would NOT recommend doing easy mode, as this is just a time waster, its boring, you get hardly any points plus if you die its gonna take ages to get those points back again in another game. If your new, try medium. After a few tries of that, trying to perfect the distance between red neggs (they take up A LOT more space than the yellow neggs, strange as it seems) try hard. Then, go around collecting all the neggs, avoiding the red neggs (ug… duh!!!) This is IMO easier than medium, since its faster and more points. Most would say “its too hard to control!” I say that’s rubbish. A few tries and you will be getting 300 NP every try. Also, if a rainbow or fish negg just “happens” to pop up, its a ton of neopoints and that magical meerca plushie you always wanted :). Also, there’s a timing for meerca chase. If you cant get a negg for 1.5 seconds, then a red one appears. On hard your so fast that you nearly never get a red negg (but i think the timer is faster on hard mode :(.)
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