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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.


This game is hard at first glance. But when you figure out the mechanics for the game it seems playable. Also it’s a new game to add to you list of dailies in which you can get 500+ neopoints per game in a couple seconds. Maybe more depending on how lucky you are.

How to Play

First thing is there is no time limit and no penalty for not catching items. The object of the game is to try and stack the falling objects as high as you can without dropping them. Every now and then a Warf or Drakonack comes and blocks your path. I’ve been caught in the corner from one before and I could still balance my huge stack. All they do is stop you from being able to catch some of the falling items for 5 seconds.

Edited by Jonny Blackler

So you’ve decided to take on the Game King’s challenge, but need help getting past his annoying servant? Well, you’ve come to the right guide!

First, we’ll choose a character. If you use Abigail and beat the game, you’ll only receive 4000 neopoints. However, if you beat the game by playing AAA, her brother, you’ll win 5000 neopoints.

The number one thing that helped me most of all, while playing the game, is familiarizing myself with the keys on my keyboard, and which fingers I will be using to push them throughout the game; thus making it easy to remember which button to push when needed at the time.

One of the best games (and easiest) to get neopoints every day is Ultimate Bullseye. In just a few minutes I can score high enough to walk away with the 3,000 NP daily limit, and SO CAN YOU!

The biggest thing with this game is that you need to practice a lot before you become good at it, but once you do, you will be rolling in the NP!

First of all, realize that this game is very hard to master. I have been playing for probably 2 years and it is difficult for me to get above a 200 or 250 score.

Hidden somewhere in the dark depths of Kreludor, there is a mysterious building owned and operated by Krelufun Industries, producing toys for neopets of all types to enjoy. Previously, they had operated in the shadows and Neopians were not aware of their existence; recently, with the unveiling of Kreludor, however, the Freaky Factory has been thrown open to the public. Indeed, many of us have ventured in to offer our talents to work within…

The executives behind this project, however, are a greedy lot and the factory has been overcome with demand for its products. In hopes of getting more profits out of their source of cheap labor, er, willing Neopians, they have asked me to share the knowledge I have recently acquired with all of you so that you may go out and be more successful in your own work in the Freak Factory.