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So you’ve just started playing deckball or you are so frustrated with the Mirgle that you want to throw your computer out the window. With this guide it will show you the best possible strategies of how to get the ball in the goal. The trick is, to take each “ball up” (When you first start) differently.

Slow paced ball up- if the ball is bouncing at an extremely slow pace don’t move from your goals. Stay in defense of your goals and wait till the Mirgle is confused and is not near the ball and push the ball up towards the left hand corner of the ship if you hit the angle exactly the ball will go in. Try and keep Mirgle out of the picture by running into him.
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This is a wonderful little game to play every day, as you can get a reasonable amount of NPs for very little effort initially. The point of the game is to build molecules from the atoms you are given. At the start of most levels, you are told which molecules you can make and how many points they are worth, and which new atoms are introduced on this level. Below are the atoms and molecules for the first seven levels to help you get started.

Level One: Neopium (Green) Earn one point by joining two of these together on the grid. (N-N)
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Chemistry For Beginners isnt really a popular game. Its not very fast-paced, it doesnt win you a lot of np, and besides that, no one really remembers it. But if youre looking for a challenge, its a good place to go. It takes some time to play, but I personally find it a very soothing way to earn a moderate bit of np – much better than kau-johng, for instance.

Once you get past level five, you have the option to start at level six when you play, but you miss out on the scoring opportunities of the first five levels, which are quite easytherefore I suggest you start at level one. However, it can get boring putting together two atoms at a time, so do what suits your mood.
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