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Shop Guide For Newbies by Patrick Gower

This guide is directed largely at newbies who want to learn the basics of starting a shop. The reason it won’t be of much help to advanced owners is because I am not an advanced owner at all! Anyway here goes, but bear in mind that there isn’t a set way to running a shop, much is down to your own imagination and preferences.

1. Getting your shop up and running is cheap, it’s only 150 np at the time of writing this article (May 2004). To start with, your shop can only hold 5 items.

2. You should upgrade your shop size a few times to start with. Each upgrade costs more than the last but their isn’t any need to go any higher than size 3 to begin with.

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Meepit vs. Feepit Guide by unice66

Edited by Kym Huynh

This guide is a simple strategy I’ve devised to maximize points or just make your way through all five levels undefeated, whichever you feel like. I should warn you that you shouldn’t play this game just for the neopoints, as even the top scorers every month don’t have enough points to make 1000 NP per game according to the current ratio. However, by playing according to my strategy, you should get about 3000 points, which will give you the Grand Master title and the Meepit vs. Feepit avatar, if you care about that stuff. You can also use the strategy to defeat someone handily in 2-player mode.

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The Ultimate Guide to Lots and Lots of Petpets – Part Three by ben100100100509notice

Hello again! I am saying hello again as I assume that you have read “The Ultimate Guide to Lots and Lots of Petpets – Part One” and “The Ultimate Guide to Lots and Lots of Petpets – Part Two”? No? Well, go now and read them right away, you are missing out on the eighth and ninth wonders of the world yes, I really wonder why they got published But no, really, you are missing out on a fine piece of literature two fine pieces of literature, they are both simply exquisite works of art, the best sincewell, they are the best ever! So you havent read them, so I havent met you before? Thats funny, Im sure I recognize you as that person who read the article after that funny looking bald man with the pink hat

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Stowaway Sting Guide by Lindsay

Stowaway Sting is very similar to the classic Deckswabber. Each level consists of an 8×8 grid of crates of three different heights, and the bare dock surface. Your goal is to change the tops all of the bare crates to the color designated in the lower left-hand corner of the screen. For the first three levels this is not a problem the crate changes blue once you step on it and stays that way. However, once you hit level four landing on a crate more than once toggles the color on and off, complicating things. You have 60 seconds to complete each level, or its game over.

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Faerie Cloud Racers Tips

Take the advantage

When you start faerie cloud racers, normally your opponent doesn’t start all the way at the end. Fill up that extra space between their line and the wall as fast as you can, because that is similar to their life line. I find if I do this without losing, my opponent usually loses within a few seconds! – SweetieG72@aol.com

Tips you should know

1) You have to try to TRAP the other player.
2) Try to close them in a corner so they can’t go any farther.
3) NEVER play on the hard mode if you aren’t comfortable. Try the easy mode instead. (I prefer the medium mode.) – nancymckeon221

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