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For the iPhone version, I recommend using Marigolds on Lvl 1.1 (only the base zombie) Basically you want to set up 3 lanes of marigolds with a single garlic at the front to divert the zombie into the other 2 lanes. I hope this unicode art makes sense ┌─┬─┬─┬─┬─┬─┬─┬─┬─┐ │S│M│M│M│M│M│M│M│G│ ← Z ├─┼─┼─┼─┼─┼─┼─┼─┼─┤ │P│T│W│ │ │ │ │ │ │ ← Z ...


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UPDATED: I wasn't really satisfied that my previous answer was correct, so I spent some time experimenting. I was partly right and partly wrong. Experiment 1: I traversed the 1st island with the screen pressed nonstop. It took approximately 60 seconds for the day/night division line to move from 90° (vertical) to approximately 20°. I traversed the 2nd ...


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I beat him on first blood line by going the way with most enemies (fighting as many as I could), and spending any skill points I got into attack, and then buying the best sword I could before the fight (for me it was the firebrand). On the first blood line, the god king is at a reasonable speed and parrying his attacks is very straightforward, and not ...


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Update The latest update of Angry Birds Space fixes a bug and makes this achievement not only possible, but incredibly easy. A bird now only needs to pass through the intersection of two gravity fields to gain the achievement. There are several levels on which this is possible, including the one listed below and in the comments. Original post A ...


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Words With Friends uses the Enhanced North American Benchmark Lexicon (ENABLE), with a few custom additions such as 'Zen' and 'Qi'. The base word list can be found here, but I don't have a source for any of the custom additions at this time. Source


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You have to play through Adventure mode a second time to get the Zombologist achievement (or Cryptozombologist, depending on which platform you're on). The Yeti zombie first appears in stage 4-10 (the night fog stage) on your second playthrough, and appears randomly and infrequently afterwards. Completing each stage a second time will also give you a small ...


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In a word: Yes It is so incredibly fast. Even better, it's much easier to actually stop at the target floor (even if it's floor 2). For some reason, it's also easier to read the floor numbers. (Personally, I also think it looks better than the previous elevator, but that might just be me.) It does take a while to save up for it, but I would definitely ...


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For the most part, they will wait there until you want to make use of them. However, if you tap on them to start the elevator, you will be forced to deliver them to some floor before you can take any other actions such as restocking or constructing a new floor. Be aware, however, that as long as the VIP is waiting at the elevator, you will not have any ...


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From a bit of looking around, it appears that the iOS version of FF2 is a pretty much direct port of the PSP version with added touch controls, so if you can find any information related to the PSP version, that should apply here as well. That being said, I looked at multiple walkthroughs and reviews for the PSP version, and many of them mentioned hitting ...


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The key is that speed of zombie spawning is somewhat controlled by how fast you kill them, so try to make it as slow as possible. Potato mines are great early on. Snow peas are also good at doing slow damage. And of course you can just throw up walls for them to slowly eat through. Buy yourself enough time and you should have no problem getting enough ...


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Don't be afraid to evict tenants who don't offer enough skills, or delete an unprofitable floor to replace it with something better. Both of these actions will take time, but not cost money. I've also found that getting two or three workers on each floor gives me money faster than having more floors, so make sure you build plenty of apartments.


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Trying to heroquest every year is probably what's causing you problems. Wait two or three years between heroquest attempts. (I'm not entirely sure whether or not two years are enough; three years should always be all right.) If you go to the Quests screen and listen to your advisors, they'll tell you whether or not it's been too soon since your last one; if ...


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The vip status is saved in the iOS memory so you will only lose your VIP if you access your friend towers or close down the game from iOS. Additionally, any operation with your device that would flush the RAM, such as rebooting the device or crashing, will wipe your VIP. EDIT: Wanted to mention this can all be tested with normal elevator patrons.


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The Tiny Tower Wiki explains that each store has it's own demand (assuming demand is at 100% for that floor category), so sales at any given store are at a constant rate of 10 customers per minute. Bitizen buy items randomly, so they'll buy a mix of all items and all items' stock will decrease at the same rate regardless of price. Naturally items with ...


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Here is how to find out approximately what your score might be: If you were to run a certain distance without getting any coins your score (S) would equal your distance (d) times your multiplier (m): S = m × d. But when you add coins, your score is the multiplier times the distance times the amount of coins (c) divided by 1000: S = m × d × c / 1000. (This ...


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When you first play, I would suggest NOT upgrading airports or planes. Bucks are used to buy parts for new planes. As you gain levels, the planes you can develop are gradually better. Develop better planes based on carrying more passengers, or the same passengers with a plane that has more speed / range. Upgrading airports seems to me to be best kept for ...


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Here comes Wikipedia to the rescue! The Battle for Wesnoth, or simply Wesnoth, is a turn-based strategy game with a fantasy setting, designed by David White and first released in June 2003. In Wesnoth, the player attempts to build a powerful army by controlling villages and defeating enemies for experience. White based Wesnoth loosely on ...


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I’m pretty sure all of this is in the manual, or the game’s FAQ. Heroquests are dangerous and unreliable; they are not part of the normal flow of the game and shouldn’t be something you do as often as once a year. (And trying to do so will make it harder.) Be sure that you know the complete myth (some have secret portions, learned by sacrificing for ...


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With the recent release of version 2.0 (July 26, 2012 for iOS devices), you can pay Tower Bux to build a specific floor from all of the not-yet-built floors. You can't do this while a floor is under construction. Once you have built an empty floor (using coins), you tap on the floor and choose "Choose Specific Floor" from below all of the "Random [Floor ...


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There proportion of free to paid games is much greater in Android than in iOS, and most paid games are pretty cheap. There are definitely many more high-quality games on iOS right now, but with the announcement of big developers coming to Android (Unreal Engine is planned to be ported to the platform) and Google's promotion of Android game development, ...


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A simple way would be to keep trying till you destroy everything. Note that you can use some of the other birds before using the Eagle! However, there is a "4-stars" score for each level, invisible to you. (See: Eagle Score on this AngryBirdsNest post). You have to reach that score with the eagle to get 100%. The percentage of that score you get is the ...


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The two achievements you're asking about were added in the game's 1.1 update. However, there is a bug with them: if you had already met the requirements for the achievements before you updated, there is no way for you to receive them. This is because you'll never "reach" the 200/400/etc point where the game should give you the achievement, since you were ...


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Josh, it does not matter if you will argue to the death that this is a "feature" not a "bug", as it was clearly considered a bug by the developers. Also, from your description it really sounds like a bug to me personally. Now, to adress your question itself: No, there is no known way to "teleport" your party like it was possible with that glitch.


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Quick-selling: It costs 1TB to sell 600 units of an item (regardless of value - 1, 2, or 3 coins) - so this will net you a maximum of 1800 coins per TB if you are selling the top value item. Trading Tower Bux: Option 1: The cheapest option is the exchange of 1 Tower Bux for 250 coins. Let's represent the words "Tower Bux" as "TB" in an effort to ...


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As you have already found, one of the main differences is the drop in graphics quality. This means, according to Pocket Gamer: Lower resolution No mouth animations Fewer dynamic camera angles (kill cams, presumably) Lower quality lighting Additionally, the PvP multiplayer mode is not available. However, according to both Venture Beat and Joystiq, it will ...


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Well the jackass answer is find a friend to play the game with. Another idea is if you have Facebook, post a status message asking for anyone who has the game, but that is putting yourself out on Facebook which may not be desirable. You could also find people via the Facebook We Rule Page and post on the discussion board there. Developers put objectives ...


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Sparks happen when you are trying to turn, but can't. That is, when you're pushing into a wall. This also has the side effect of making you turn faster when the turn becomes possible. So if you plan ahead and "spark into" your turns, you'll corner faster than if you had waited until the actual intersection to change your direction.


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I would suggest starting with the original Angry Birds, simply because it contains much more levels than the Seasons edition. (The original Angry Birds has 11 worlds as of this post, and the Seasons edition has 3 Halloween worlds and 25 Christmas levels.) The Seasons edition is more of an extension to the original.



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