This game is pretty easy. You start with two cards, and have a choice of hitting, sticking, or doubling. Hit means that u choose a random card. Stick means you keep the ones you have, and let your pet take their turn. Double means you choose a random card and double your bet. You can only double once and only on the first turn.
Your object is to get the values of your cards closer to 21 than your opponent. If you go over 21, then you are bust, which means you lost. If your opponent gets closer to 21 than you, you lose.
You shouldn’t hit when you have 18 or above because your chances of not getting bust are very low. Also, only double if you have no or very little chance of bust. I have also noticed that when the computer opponent gets 16 or higher, he almost never hits. That’s all I can say.
This game has two parts to it. There’s Treasure Hunt and Treasure Map. You play Treasure Hunt to get the pieces for Treasure Map.
Theres already a Treasure Hunt guide. So this is strictly for Treasure Map. All you have to do is collect 9 pieces of each map, just like a puzzle. I’ve got to admit that the pieces are worth some serious dough in the shop wizard, but you can get them totally free in the Treasure Hunt game.
It takes just 10 minutes, and you’re on your way to a very rich future. Now, there are nine pieces to each map. Say you collect all nine pieces of a map. Turn them in or sell as a full set? You make the choice.
Last time I collected all nine, I turned them in. I got 6,500 np and two items worth 1,500 each. If you can do the math, that’s 9,500 in total for 10 minutes a day.
Of course you can always sell them. Original map pieces cost about 4,000 each. 4,000 times 9 is? Anybody? That’s right. 36,000. Now you can buy that paintbrush you’ve always wanted. Of course, if you turn them in, you’re liable to get that paintbrush without paying.
Now if you do decide to sell them, do it wisely. First, try to collect the full set. People will be more willing to buy if you’ve got all nine. Now if you’ve got all nine, you can sell them for a slightly higher price. Say 4,500. Now you’re even richer. Of course, this will take you nine days to complete since you can only play Treasure Hunt once a day.
You will never believe this but the best way to being rich is being poor. I know, I know. I sound crazy. But I’ve tested it myself, and got over 7,000 in a few minutes.
See, you can have as much neopoints as you want in the bank. But only carry a single digit about with you, and you’ll see the random events popping up. Codestones, potions, why I even got a lottery ticket one (not that I won)! I got a codestone (3,400), a fire potion (600), and a fire faerie (3,400) and approximately 5 minutes. And I was half- broke, carrying around 6 neopoints.
Ok, thanks for taking the time people. Bye!