Game Guides

Dubloon Disaster Guide by deeped

First off Im assuming you know the rules and are comfortable with the controls.

Take notice of how the mines act. Theyll follow you anywhere and move more quickly the closer they get to you. Also new ones appear in random places, which includes right on top of you (yeah, sucks…).

But there’s one simple trick that once perfected gets endless points! Yay.

Ok here we go. (There’s really not much to it but Ive got screen shots to make this look more like a real guide.)

Step 1: Open game.

Step 2: Snag two coins. A mine should appear for each. (Thats 2 mines now kids.)

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A More Complete Deckswabber Guide by MetaStaiford2

I bet you all are tired of looking at 100 FAQs that tell where to bounce and that’s it. Well, this tells a little more than that

~Items, bad guys, and other moving stuff~

~bronze 5-dubloon piece: don’t do after these unless it wont cause you much trouble, like in levels 1, 3, 5 and so on. usually if you completely distort your patterns by chasing a coin, your time bonus will counteract it, or worse.

~silver 10-dubloon piece: same story as the 5-dubloon piece. the only difference is that at the end of each level when the gold bonus is divided by 10, its rounded so the bronze ones count too

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Jelly Processing Plant Guide by Shoyru_Lover

The Jelly Processing Plant is definitely a fun game. As a buzz in a jelly factory, you have to sort through all the Jelly and place them according to their barrels. Make a mistake three times and you are out! You are also tasked with disposing of the defects, in this case, ice cream. Not to worry though as you have your skeith friend to eat up all the ice cream for you! Here’s a few game guide tips to help you get that high score you wanted.

You will start out with the conveyer belt running slowly, but don’t let that put you off. As you proceed in levels, the belt will gradually speed up until you wish you were back on level 1 speed. Positioning of yourself is crucial in the later levels as the better positioned you are, the faster you can sort through the jellies and the more points you can accumulate. If you are too far to the edge, you risk missing picking up the jellies all together and lose a mark. I would recommend staying as close to the dispensing chute as possible are you are able to quickly pick up the jelly and run off with it while not risking another jelly falling off the conveyer belt while you are away. To exemplify this, take a look at this image:

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Snow Wars Guide by agriff1

Anyone can get a gold trophy in snow wars, and earn tons of snowballs in the process!

Snow wars is a luck/chance game rated hard. To get a gold trophy and win the game it takes at least 1000np, but its more likely to take about 3000-4000np. This is because you get a gold trophy after 10 competitors and each game costs 100 to start. The 4000np will easily be earned back if you sell the snowballs you get at the end of each battle. For instance, the stone snowballs you get at the end of level 10 sell for 1200 neopoints each, and you get two of them.

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Defender Trainer Guide by lucy5ive

The following is a list in alphabetical order of all the neopets, petpets and items found in the game. The numbers represent how many letters are in their names.


Acara5 Aisha5
Blumaroo8 Bruce5 Buzz4
Chomby6 Cybunny7
Elephante9 Eyrie5
Gelert6 Grarrl6 Grundo6
Jetsam6 Jubjub6
Kau3 Kacheek7 Kiko4 Koi3 Korbat6 Kougra6 Krawk5
Lenny5 Lupe4
Meerca6 Moehog6 Mynci5
Peophin7 Poogle6 Pteri5
Scorchio8 Shoyru6 Skeith6
Techo5 Tonu4 Tuskaninny10
Uni3 Usul4


Babaa5 Bearog6
Doglefox8 Drackonack10
Meepit6 Meowclops9 Mortog6
Slorg5 Snorkle7 Snowbunny9 Spyder6

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