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Overview: Your character has to go through 20 levels collecting parts worth anywhere from a measly 1 point to a whooping 250 points! In some levels the main point-gaining method will be collecting the parts, but on certain levels there are good opportunities for you to smash Moon Rock Monsters for a lot of points!

Max points: I am sure I haven’t found the way to get the maximum amount of points from this game, but I have gotten to the top of the High Score board, so I’ve done something right : I don’t usually spend my time trying to smash as many monsters as I can. I know it is possible to smash monsters on all levels, but I’ve only listed it under the ones I use. Also, you will want all three of your lives in level 20, so if you lose a life anywhere in the game you will have to start over if you want one of those top score! I’ll explain more on that near the end.
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Ok. Mop ‘n’ Bop is, basically, a pretty easy game. All you need is an hour or so spare, enough patience to keep going for a big score, and more practically, the ability to work out the relative speeds of the different petpets. I’ll come back to that.

The basic premise of the game is this: You are playing as the Yurble Janitor from the Altador plot-line. You are wandering round the Altador Hall Of Heroes, trying to keep the floor clean, but a load of dirty petpets are walking round in the other direction, messing it up as quickly as you can clean it. Most people would give it up as a bad job, put up a sign saying that the Hall Of Heroes is closed, and THEN clean it, but not out trusty Yurble. He’s dedicated.
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Game Basics

In Magma Blaster, you play an Alien Aisha (not that you can see him on the screen anyway) that is selflessly trying to save Tyrannian Neopets from being squished under the smoldering rocks of impending doom.

Setup: You play the game as if you were sitting inside the Magma Blaster 2000. In the center of the screen, there is a big volcano that will spit out rocks at random for you to blast away at. Running around at the base of the volcano are the helpless Tyrannians. More about them next. At the very bottom of the screen is your magma-blasting control center. The top of the screen is where it shows your total game score and the score for the level. It is important to keep an eye on these during each level, as I will explain later.
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When moving the janitor along, keep the left mouse button pressed to keep the cleaning meter full. Develop a sense of timing so that immediately after bopping a petpet, the button gets pressed again to refill the meter.

The janitor will collect water drops as he walks along the hall. Three drops fill his bucket meter at the top of the screen. Save water for emergency use; if a bunch of critters come along at once and the cleaning meter’s low, use the water to douse them. Then swing even a partial bop if you can manage it so the rest of the dirt comes off.
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Mummy Maze Tips

Kym Huynh —  December 22, 2015 — Leave a comment

Mummy Maze Tips

I have 3 tips that could help anyone: 1) Don’t be careless, 2) Practice the levels over and over until you know where all the dangers are at, 3) try to go as fast as you can to not get killed by the ghost that comes when you take too long I f you do these things you are pretty much able to last to get 1000 nps a game! – Daniel Romero