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Swarm is a game of speed and intelligence where you have to defend your tank and shoot at the same time. It sounds difficult, but it is not. You will see at the end of the guide. For right now, let us break it down into details that will make you king or queen of the game. Or at least, make you understand it better.

The setting is the desert. When we think of the desert we think of snakes. Ever stopped and wondered about other animals who share space there, too? Maybe not, but this game will ultimately prove that bugs indeed live in the desert, too. In fact, this game is FULL of them. Unfortunately, for some inexplicable reason, these bugs seem to be hi-tech and equipped with guns. And guess what? They shoot at you! All you have is a tank and a few walls that protect you.

A lot of people think Maths Nightmare is very hard game – it is really easy as long as you have your trusty Neopets calculator with you. Fire up the Maths Nightmare screen and the calculator, and make sure that the two aren’t overlapping. Click on ‘Random Mode’ and quickly position your mouse over the ‘C’ or ‘CE’ button. As soon as the game loads, quickly press the right arrow key, and answer the sum. If it is too hard, or you can’t be bothered figuring it out, press and hold ALT and press TAB once. Quickly punch in the numbers needed for the sum, using the symbols around the keypad for addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. + for Plus, – for Minus (or take away), * for Multiply and / for Divide. If you screw up, just click the left mouse button to start the sum over. Press the ENTER key once you have typed the sum and use the ALT+TAB method again to switch back to the game. Look at the calculator, and type in the answer. While this may seem complicated, it will really only take about 3 seconds. I have done it, so it is possible. Once you get the knack of it, you will have no trouble at all! It does take quiet a lot of patience though, because like Jelly Processing Plant it will take a while to get a high score. Sometimes you will come up with an impossible sum where the answer is 5 digits, such as 132*98=12936 because the answer box can only fit 4 digits. Just skip the sum and work on the next one. Good Luck!!! – Super_Sammy_Fluff

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To get the Faerie Bubbles avatar you need to get over 2,000 points on Faerie Bubbles. With this guide, I hope to give you some tips on how exactly to achieve this score!

Getting Started

To start with, I will tell you some of the basic rules of the game that you will need to know and keep in mind while playing.

There are 20 levels of Faerie Bubbles, and you will want to get as many points as possible in each level and get as close to completing all 20 as you can!

Firstly, an important aspect of the game is the 4+ combos. Basically, combos of three make the bubbles break, and this is how you win. When you start making combos of four or more bubbles, things really start to get interesting! Some of the results are good and some are bad:

Have you ever played Turmac Roll? Most people call this game “addicting” or “never ending”. This is the simple guide for this great game.

Berry Points, Easy, Medium, Hard
Sniddberry, 1, 2, 3
Loveberry, 2, 4, 6
Chiaberry, 4, 8, 12
Conkerberry, 8, 16, 24
Voidberry, 15, 30, 45
Fishberry, 25, 50, 75
Jumbleberry, 50, 100, 150
Juicy Berry, 75, 150, 225
Unguberry, 100, 200, 300
Aquaberry, 200, 400, 600

Rules and Tips
– Every second you go you get 1 point in easy, 2 points in medium, and 3 points in hard.
– You use the right arrow key to go faster, the left arrow key one to go slower, and the up arrow key to jump.