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More than practice, getting high scores in Crisis Courier relies largely on previous knowledge of levels. For example level seven is a maze, and one wrong step will lead you into a dead end. No skill involved there. So play a lot, know the levels and you’ll get that high score. Having a good mouse with a good level of sensitivity is a must for precision and a steady hand helps as well.

Here are some guidelines to follow:

At the start of level one type in ‘kingaltador’ to get that extra life. If you forget, type it at the beginning or end of any level, when you have a few seconds of free flying.

If you follow this guide it will easily get you 1k each play every time! So read up and get out there and play as much as you want; who knows you might even get a trophy!


The point of this game is to help Cylara and Gorix survive the dread planet of Kreludor. Help them gather up their ship parts without them getting killed by the evil inhabitants of Kreludor. It is either kill or be killed so kill all enemies in your way. They must complete all the levels in order for you to truly win the game, but it is still fun to just play and see how far you can go. If you beat all 20 levels then you win the game, and they are free.

One of the most exciting additions to Jelly World is this game (in my view anyway!). In it, you play a jelly Chomby whose simple goal in life is to eat jelly. Unfortunately for you some of that jelly is much too big to eat and trying to take a bite out of it will only get you trapped (game over). Here are tips to getting a high score in this game:

  1. Control your motions. The ‘floor’ upon which you stand is slightly slippery. You can slide across it easily. Get used to the dynamics before trying any fancy moves otherwise you may over shoot your goal and miss or worse yet get stuck in a blob too big to eat!
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There are 15 different outcomes on the Wheel of Mediocrity:

  1. 100 NP – You win 100 NP.
  2. Ariax – You win a random Tyrannian petpet.
  3. Trilo Bite – You win a random piece of Tyrannian food.
  4. 50 NP – You win 50 NP.
  5. Shrine – You get the follow message: “You feel a strange desire to visit the obelisk… nothing else happens.” This refers to Coltzan’s shrine and the Lost Desert plot. It’s pretty useless now.
  6. Fireballs – You get the following message: “Fireballs rain down from above and singe your NeoPets :(” and your neopet will lose a random amount of hit points.
  7. 1,000 NP – You win 1,000 NP.
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NeggSweeper Guide by Jenn

Kym Huynh —  February 19, 2018 — Leave a comment

NeggSweeper a new Neopets game. The concept is the same as Mine Sweeper on most windows computers. You click a tile and what ever number comes up is how many mines (red neggs) are next to it. Whether it be up, down, right, left, or even diagonal, be careful of the mines. If you click one you lose, that’s basically the only things I have to say about it. Oh if you’re new to the game start on the easy level till you fully understand the game. And keep an eye on how many tiles are left. It just might affect the choice of the tile you click.