Kiko Match II Tips

Kym Huynh —  November 30, 2017 — Leave a comment

Assign each type of Kiko a name

Assign each type of Kiko a name easy for you to remember. For example, I call them Angry, Sad, Light Blue, Red, Yellow, Purple, Plaid, Hurt, and Green. If you memorize the order of the first four blocks (for example, start repeating to yourself “angry, red, yellow, green…” over and over, if this was the order) then as you work down the rows uncovering the blocks, you can work on finding four at a time instead of just one. As you match them off, add the next block to your memory set so you always have four you’re looking for at once. Remember them in order so if you found the green one, you’d know it was the fourth block at the top, etc. – Quest

Turn off the animation to save time

If you want a higher score, especially if your computer is on the slow side, I find it easiest to turn the animation off. The animation takes time to flip around, and the more time it takes for you to clear the bored, the lower your score is. With the animations off, you can clear the board more quickly and increase your score! – catone_spike

Kym Huynh


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