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You’ve dreamt about it for years. You saved up the money. You spent months watching Sean White and many others shred the powder, and it finally clicked that you want to be like them. You spent years attempting to persuade your parents, and finally, you now have the chance to prove that you can do it. You put on your pants and suit, and strap in your feet as you stand at the top of the black runs. Welcome to Snowboard Party: Aspen, where you decide your fate.
Snowboard Party: Aspen is a simple game with simple mechanics. You control a man or woman attempting to get the top scores in different slope areas, and be the best snowboarder that the world has ever seen, or at least within the Aspens. To do this, you must start at the bottom of the mountains and work your way up to the higher pipelines. You can either aim for the pro circuit of speed snowboarding, or aim for tricking it out, and learning how to be the best trick artist the world has ever seen in the half-pipe.
As you climb, you will get the chance to face stronger opponents in real time, as well as gear yourself out. Although it seems quite easy, Snowboard Party: Aspen can be decently difficult. As such, here are a few things that you must take into account when attempting to get better at snowboarding in the game.
To start, let’s talk about how you control your character as you go through the courses. Although your character will go down the mountain on their own, you can either speed up the process or slow down the process by tilting the left digital joystick. This joystick will also help you to create tricks in the air as you spin.
On the other side of the controls, you have the specific tricks and grabs you can do. There are four buttons, one for each end that you can grab on the snowboard, one to hop on rails, and one to get ready to jump. All of these are important. The primary jump button will ensure that you get the most out of your jumps, and increase your air time. The two grab points will allow you to grab different tricks, and will also allow you to drift your rider in directions as well.
Learning how to handle these two controls will give you leverage when attempting different tricks to not become stale. The biggest thing to attempt is the jump button. Holding down the primary button will make sure that your rider will crouch, and then releasing the button will force your rider into the air. Doing this will give you more air time, which will also let you get more tricks off.
The most difficult skill to use is the grind button. This button will let you hop on rails, but only if you hit them at a certain point. The grind tricks give quite a bit of trick points, but are difficult to pull off properly. If you can master those, then you will be set for life.
Now lets get into the tricks. The easiest to get are the spin tricks, which require you to mostly hold left and right on the joystick while in the air and holding one of the ends. When you do this, it will multiply your score. At the start, make sure to only do one rotation, and do not attempt backflips or frontflips, as those are extremely difficult to pull off without having the proper air.
When doing a run down a regular slope, attempt to go off of the major jumps. These are the middle piles of snow that will let you jump like crazy. Going off track will only lessen your timeframe, as if you do not complete the course in the proper time, you will not be scored, thus losing all of your work.
Make sure to always complete the objectives. Objectives give you extra gold and money to spend on upgrades and extra tools to increase your trick status. Don’t try to complete them all at once though. Attempt to clear 3 to 4 at a time, which will give you constant gains, and let you practice as well.
Skills and Equipment
Lets talk about upgrading your skills and equipment. As you play through the game, you will gain money and income. This money and income will allow you to increase your stats. There are four primary stats: Balance, Speed, Spin, and Air. Balance increases how stable you are when you land, Speed increases how fast you go in general, Air increases how high you will go when jumping, and Spin will increase how quickly you turn in the air. The best two to go for are speed and spin. These two will allow you to push out your skills faster, and also increase your air time passively. From there, you can increase your Balance and Air. But, make sure to always keep your spin and speed at top notch levels.
You can also change your outfits and your board. There is no set bonus, so you can mix and match as you like. Make sure to choose equipment that compliments your own skills that you lack. For instance, if you are upgrading mainly speed and spin, get equipment that helps you with balance and air. This way, you come out quite equally all around.
These are just a few tips and tricks to make sure you come out on top when on your way to the big slopes. Start out by completing objectives with each area. Before moving on to the next one, complete every single objective, so that you don’t have to revisit that area later. Make sure to spec only on speed and spin when you level up. This way, you can offset it later by increasing your equipment. Lastly, make sure to get used to the joystick and buttons so that you can pull off combos later. Good luck, and happy shredding!
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Peach Blood is a slightly misguiding title. The name doesn’t really seem to have any tie to the actual game except through color schemes. In this game, you control an organism that is only seen to have legs and a body, as well as a set of eyes. The whole goal of this organism is to consume as many smaller looking look-alike organisms as it can before getting consumed itself. You control this organism to the fullest extent, making it run away from enemies, and towards edible baddies. The more you eat, the better your score. Along the way, you’ll find magic edibles that allow you to grow extremely large, allowing you to consume anything and everything in your path. Although it is a somewhat straightforward game, there are a few things to keep in mind when playing. So, here are a few tips and tricks to help you eat your way to victory.
To start, let’s talk about how the game is played. Simply enough, you only have one control. The joystick is the main source of control, and you constantly move around the map. You have to constantly run around in circles and around the map to be able to gain enough edible enemies to grow. There are no other mechanics of the game, so mastering the running is a huge thing. A big thing to do is to always make large, sweeping runs around enemies. Larger enemies are also slower, meaning you have enough time to outrun them to an extent. Making sure to control them so that they do not get in your way later on down the road is essential, as they can possibly screw you up by boxing you into a corner. As such, always make sure you know the map terrain, and are sure that you can get away if the need arises.
PEACH BLOOD Guide (Powerups)
Next, let’s talk about different powerups. There are many different powerups and enemies that you can eat. From speed boosting mushrooms to little edible coins, all of these can be used. There are two types of mushrooms: speed and growth. In the growth category, the mushroom, when consumed, will allow you to grow to immense proportions. This allows you to consume just about any enemy that you will come across, meaning you can completely clear out any enemies that may have been circling you. It only lasts for a few moments, but is very effective in terms of an immunity item. But, make sure you don’t get it mixed up with the speed mushrooms. There are two types of speed mushrooms: slow and fast. The fast mushroom does just that: it speeds up your character to impossible speeds, and allows you to zoom around the map at a fast pace. The upside is this will keep you from possibly getting chased down. The downside is it is very hard to keep up with your character as he goes across the screen. With the pace you go, there is a very big possibility that you will end up running into an enemy by mistake. As such, this is a bit more perilous to use. The slow mushroom is even worse. If consumed, you slow down enough for enemies to catch you in a very unfortunate moment. It only lasts for a bit as well, but can still devastate a run.
Along with these are very simple edibles. These include small plants and animals, as well as coins. They do not do anything amazing, but do add to your score. The last edible that you can find are the ice blocks. These little dastardly enemies freeze you in place when you eat them, leaving you completely vulnerable to an attack from an enemy. As such, try to avoid these at any point, and do not get taken in from them.
With all of these plants, you want to be on the lookout for the big growth mushroom. This will allow you to rack up the necessary points that you will need in order to grow and consume other enemies. Every 10-20 points you will increase in size, allowing you to eat another enemy that is larger than your last prey. So, continue to consume enemies, and grow to all your strength.
There are a few enemies that are not consumable, but will completely screw you over. One such fellow is the talker. This talker won’t eat you, but will instead chase you around, talk your ear off, and ends up making you reduce in size. The problem with this is it does not stop at your original size. Instead, you can continue on to completely miniscule proportions. So, don’t get chased by this hasslesome enemy, and continue to chomp your way to victory.
Peach Blood is a very simple game in terms of gameplay and skill, but it can get difficult very quickly. With many different enemies that you need to get used to, it can be quite a challenge, which is why constant repetitive playing is necessary. Learning how to pursue smaller enemies and to dodge larger enemies is essential, and getting used to what enemies are edible and what aren’t is necessary for survival. Grabbing the proper mushrooms at the right time, as well as keeping the enemies at bay when trying to grab enemies at the start is difficult. It all comes down to timing which you can only learn from playing the game. So, good luck, and happy hunting!
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You wake up in a very dingy looking dungeon. You don’t know what happened, but you assume that stealing from royalty did not help your case too much. Luckily, a helpful man has offered to make you stronger, so that you will never be bullied again. Offering up a sword and axe as your choices of weapons, you must navigate the underground enemies and mazes, and look for any loot that will help you out. Gear yourself up, and take revenge on the baddies that attacked you before. Welcome to Pocket Rogues, where you make the most out of a bad situation.
Pocket Rogues is a simple hack and slash RPG from a top down view. You are given a single character that starts at level one. Like all rpgs, you can level up and buy better equipment, or farm for the equipment and kill enemies along the way. As you level up, you can slowly choose a class and abilities to specialize into. The specializations and choices you make will dictate how the game goes, and how easy or tough it gets. You can choose from a scrappy warrior, to a stalking rogue, to a long-range archer, or even a barraging mage. Some are easier than others, but some yield more rewards. As such, we’ll talk about how to up your game and what paths are best to choose for your playstyles.
First off, let’s talk about how the game is played. With a top down motion, it is pretty straightforward. As you roam around the dungeons and caves and sewers, you must attack enemies and fend off waves of monsters. You have three primary buttons: attack, shield, and strong attack. These, of course, will vary depending on what class you specialize in and what weapons you choose to use. But, primarily, you must get used to using what you have on hand. Specifically, getting used to having to aim in the same direction as you move. There is no hard way to move in one direction and to aim in another. So, sometimes having a great shield is useful. But, that still depends on your playstyle.
Pocket Rogues Classes Guide
Let’s start off with the pros and cons of each class, Starting with the warrior. The warrior is a simple class, with very few surprises. A shield in one hand, and a sword in another, the warrior is great at beat’em up situations, where swinging around frantically completely destroys the enemies. The only drawback is the short range on the weapons that you choose to use, and how often you have to chase after enemies. But, you will almost always have a decent amount of health and defenses to ensure that you can always take a hit.
The rogue is a bit more advanced, but extremely satisfying. The rogue is a melee attacker, who uses stealth and sneaking skills to deal extra damage to enemies. With the highest dps, a rogue is great for dungeoning, but has very little health, which results in easy pops. If you are not good at keeping yourself safe and healthy during attacks of waves of enemies, there is a fair chance this class is not for you. But, if you are able to dodge enemies and deal damage, then a rogue can clear dungeons and bosses extremely quickly.
An archer is a fast dps dealer that can stand at a decent ways away from the enemy and constantly pelt them. Usually armed with a bow or crossbow, they hold their own by pinning enemies back from arrows riddling their bodies. With rapid-fire skills and powerups, archers can be extremely strong. But, the downside to them is that they generally can only attack one enemy at a time. They cannot deal with flurries of enemies as quickly as a warrior or mage, but they can do significant work after a while, considering they are extremely mobile. So, if you like to sit in the back, this is the class for you.
Mages are seen as the almighty class. Known for massive spells and grand area of effect damage concoctions, they can completely demolish a mob of enemies in seconds. Unfortunately, this comes at a cost, as the cooldowns for the spells can be time-consuming, leaving the mage vulnerable to attacks. they are also slightly slow, with very low armor values, meaning that they can get attacked extremely often, and can be overwhelmed easily. Somewhat hard to master, the mage is great for those that have already played the game.
Best Class to Choose?
Out of all the classes, the mage is the greatest dps target. Next is the rogue, with his stealth damage, then the archer, then the warrior. This is due to the warrior’s short range, as well as low damage output compared to the others. But, these are just our opinions. You can decide how you wish to play on your own, and learn different values of the characters on your own.
Lastly, when skilling up, make sure to choose your path wisely. Depending on what spells and skills you choose to level up, attacking and killing enemies can be extremely difficult. As such, make sure you understand what you are levelling up and ensure that you know how to play your character, or else your playstyle and your character strengths will not match up properly.
Pocket Rogues is a fun, beat them up style of RPG. You roam through dungeons, killing many mobs and collecting loot. Gearing yourself up in the essentials is necessary, which you can buy or continue to loot from different mobs found throughout dungeons. When choosing your path and class, make sure to consider your choice of playstyle, and if your class will compliment it. If you like to sit back and fight, pick an archer or a mage. If you like to get up close and personal, go for the rogue or warrior. The choice, and destiny of your one character, are up to you. Good luck, and happy dungeoning!