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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).

“Officially the most mediocre game in Tyrannia!” I don’t think so! I think it is a bargain! It only costs 50 neopoints to play and you do have a good chance to get something pretty good or at least saleable.

The wheel has 16 spaces and out of those 16 only 4 will do something really bad to you! 2 do nothing. All the rest of the 10 give you something! For 50 nps in my opinion its worth a try!

You can win 10, 20, 50, 100, 200 or 1,000 neopoints.

You can also win Tyrannian food by landing on the gray horseshoe crab looking thing or a Tyrannian Petpet when you land on the Airax. When it comes to the petpets I have won several Scados, Airaxs, and Gruslens.

Fitness squad is a great game to earn loads of points on. You should get at least 500 after a bit of practice. First of all, play all events – getting maximum points. Its already on medium so I keep it there.


At first this will seem quite hard but really its just a matter of tapping the left and right keys as fast as you can. Even if you come second – It’s no big deal.


I guess it is a bit like cycling the first bit. So get up to top speed and then you reach the line to handstand press the sequence on the keys as fast as possible.

Have you ever wanted to get a good score on Hasee bounce? Have you always gotten a measly score of 105? Well then this is the guide for you! I have played Hasee bounce for years, and I would like to share my experience with you.

The Basics:

You control two Hasee’s. (A purple one named Jimmi, and an orange one named Woogy.)

Use the arrow keys to move them, and the space bar to make them jump. (Or, if you prefer, you can just click the mouse button.) Catch all the doughnutfruits that you can, but avoid the gross things that will fly by. They will make the Hasee’s sick, and they will not be able to catch anything for a few seconds!

The idea of Bumble Beams is simple; some robot petpets are lost in the Recycling Centre and you have to bring them to safety before they are destroy err, recycled. You do so by tilting beams that look a bit like seesaws and dropping them into little containers on the conveyer belt below.

The petpets drop from up above onto the beams. Whichever beam they land on you are in control of and handle using the left and right arrow keys on your keyboard. You rock the beams back and forth, balancing the little rolly polly robot petpet and moving it from one beam to another until you drop it into one of the little containers in which its carried away to safety. Once its been put it the container – or dropped and lost forever – the next guy will drop in.