Ultimate Bullseye Guide by Skye Dingwall

Gaby —  May 28, 2018 — 1 Comment

Okay, so we have a new Ultimate Bullseye, and heress my little guide on it. Enjoy!

Power-Ups & What They Do

Firstly, we have an icon that appears to be the target with arrows coming from the four corners. This will expand and contract the target size, increasing the chance of getting a bullseye.

Coming next, we have the fire ring, just like in the original Ultimate Bullseye, but this ring, if the arrow goes through it, will double the score, giving you 20 points for a bullseye.

The next icon is a target with an arrow going sideways. This will move the target back and forth, and it continues moving when you shoot which can be good or bad.

The three arrow icon comes next, this is just that. You get three arrows to shoot at once, but it is rather difficult to get more than one arrow on the target and even harder for a bullseye.

And finally we come to the blue target. This reverses the effect of the target, making the center a miss and the surrounding board a bullseye.

Combining Power-Ups

The power-ups can be used more than one at a time. Combinations I would recommend include:

  • Fire and expanding
  • Fire and moving
  • Three arrow and expanding
  • Three arrow and blue
  • Blue and fire

Other Items

There are three other things in this game which give more points if used.

Firstly, we have Punchbag Bob. If you hit his apple you get 20 points, and if you hit any other part of him, five points are awarded.

The other two are both balloons. The red balloon gives a five point bonus alone, and if the target is hit, it gives a 30 point bonus. The yellow balloon gives a bonus of 10 alone, and if you hit the target, it gives a 35 point bonus.

Everything Else!

I would recommend playing the game in full screen view because it gives you a closer look at the space.

Also, just like in the original, typing ‘catapult’ gives you an extra power-up, and, like the original, every power-up is completely random. – Skye

Gaby

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