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


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.



Deckswabber Play Guide

Kym Huynh —  March 26, 2017 — 2 Comments

Deckswabber is one of those games which need a lot of problem solving skills but not only that, a little bit of luck. Personally, I do not think this game is any that hard, although the later levels can become quite hard but once you discover a pattern, stick to it and you should find yourself racking in those points.

So what do I mean patterns? This is what I mean. Always try to complete each stage by only touch a square once. This is done because once you do this, you will be able to pass the later stages of the game with ease (the later stages of the game requires you to jump on certain squares a certain number of times).

There’s a lady who’s sure all that glitters is gold
And she’s buying a stairway to heaven

And as we wind on down the road
Our shadows taller than our souls
There walks a lady we all know
Who shines white light and wants to show
How everything still turns to gold
-Led Zepplin, Stairway to Heaven

“God,” Jhudora muttered, flopping onto her throne. She shook her head.

“God,” she sighed again.

It had not been a good day for Lady Jhudora. There had been the Light Faerie incident, and then the Healing Springs had burst a pipe and, souls alive, did that make a mess. She huffed and looked away from the too cheery, too pink and cute decorations of Faerieland around her, staring into the wispy masses of her own wonderful dark cloud. Below her the dark water pool ripped and shone like water, but stiffened like glass to the touch. Puffs of neon green and purple steam rose around her, and she closed her eyes and exhaled, leaning back in her throne. She reached into an ornate bowl by her chairside and drew out a toy. It had been a ball and paddle, but she had removed the ball and replaced it with a little earth faerie. As she beat the little pixie back and forth against the paddleboard, concentrating on her tiny high-pitched shrieks, she smiled.

NOTE: This strategy was written during the beta testing of Plushie Tycoon; the game has been altered since then and this strategy may not be entirely accurate.

First, rent your factory and warehouse. Then you should go buy 1 of every color cloth, 4 stuffings (NeoFoam or TreeFloss, your choice), 4 Shoyru accessories, and 4 cardboard boxes.

Before you start your jobs, hire 60 trainees and 2 managers. Start each job (you will have to upgrade your factory once), and here’s the important part: SIT BACK AND DON’T DO ANYTHING ELSE. It is essential that you not spend any more money until all 400 plushies are made and loaded.

Win all out
I recommend using the Tart side of the game because you automatically get a point. To get the most amount of points possible I recommend that if a puck gets in your goal you start a new game (without sending in your points!) and keep doing that until you have all three goals and none against you. This game doesn’t give out a lot of points but for winning you get 240 points if you have no points against you. Good Luck!

A lot of np!
If you play the Sweet side on Medium difficulty, you get 320 NP for EACH goal you have over the comp if you win. In other words, a 3-2 score would yield a measly 320 NP, a 3-1 score would net you a sizeable 640 NP, and a 3-0 score would get you an amazing 960 NP! – James Campbell