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Splash Wars – glow space strategy game Complete Guide – Tips, Tricks, & Cheats
- OrganizerOctober 21, 2020 at 5:40 PM
Splash Wars – glow space strategy game, developed by Fathill Games – strategy and puzzle games, is not only a strategy game but it is also based on a bit of luck. Nonetheless, it is fun and very addicting. They also give you options to make the gameplay harder. However, do not get overwhelmed because we have the best strategy out there for you to succeed. One thing to note is there is one cell color that dominates every other cell every time. Once you recognize that enemy cell’s pattern, you can go after that enemy cell. However, if you change course then there will be another cell color that will end up taking over instead. We will go over how to combat that and adapt to every situation.
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Not only has Splash Wars made our top 50 list but it also received 4/5 Blurphies:
- Is Splash Wars a pay-to-win? Not at all. Everyone will have the advantage to win and paying them will not increase your chances to win any level.
- Are the ads too overwhelming? Not at all. There are ads every few games and most are skippable. So every few games you will see a five-second ad that you will be able to skip. You can disable ads by putting your phone in airplane mode before you open Splash Wars up.
- Is Splash Wars tedious? You could easily get to level 1000 without it being tedious. Even though the concept is the same, the levels are different and can be a lot more complex. Not only that, they have added different difficulty adjusters, such as the speed of the game, dual or single-mode, and power or simple. This keeps the game fresh and challenging. There is something satisfying about taking over cells and becoming unstoppable.
- How well will Splash Wars perform on my device? It performs very well on any device. We have experienced no lag or glitches.
- What is the recommended screen size? We recommend playing Splash Wars on a tablet as it is much easier to use than a phone. Even though it is playable on a phone, it can be a bit challenging with fingers in the way or by accidentally touching the sliders on the right.
- Are there in-app purchases and are they worth it? You could pay one small fee for an ad-free experience. It is worth it for the price and who doesn’t like an ad-free experience for a low price?
Overall, this game is a great game for killing time and is very addicting. We would highly recommend this game to play as you will end up coming back to it time after time and the ads are not annoying nor are there any annoying popups.
Below are tips that everyone needs to know when starting out:
- The first and most important thing you need to do when playing any level of Splash Wars is to be AGGRESSIVE and FAST. If you worry about claiming other free cells first you may lose the battle. Instead, immediately attack nearby enemy cells first and foremost.
- If you have power-up cells nearby, take them over ASAP, and then attack enemy cells nearby.
- When you have claimed four cells break two off and head in a different direction. Think of it as an infection. The more cells you gain – faster than the opponents, of course – the more unstoppable you become. Power in numbers.
- There will be situations where you have an enemy cell right in front of you and they start off attacking you rendering you helpless. Simply restart the game until that enemy cell attacks somewhere else.
- There will also be situations where – if you have dual enabled – you will be pinned in the middle of two or three enemy cells. This will make it impossible for you to come out alive. Do not give up, rather, attack an enemy cell that is attacking you. If there are two enemy cells attacking you then stray your focus on expanding your other cell. Your ultimate goal with the outnumbered cell will be to become an obstacle, slowing down other enemy cells from gaining ground too fast.
- Stay on the default speed. If it is too fast for you then slow it down. The faster the speed means the faster you will have to work. It can get so fast that it will become just about impossible to play.
- If you find any level too tough with the power-ups and/or dual-mode enabled then turn one or the other off until that level becomes more manageable.
1. Restart your game if you are not getting the right look. For example, if you are next to an enemy cell, dual-mode or not, and that enemy cell attacks you first then keep restarting the match until it does not. You will most likely see an ad during the process of restarting if you have not paid to remove ads or set your device to airplane mode.
2. If you are outnumbered you can still win. However, if you are too outnumbered you will fall. For example, the enemy will attack each one of your cells one by one taking each of them over quite easily. You can use half or a bit more of your cells and attack from behind. Those enemy cells will be more vulnerable, which you will be able to take over quite easily. When you take over two, branch off and attack more of the enemy’s cells. The
3. Attack cells that are feeding to another cell. Never attack a cell that is maxed out in offense. Their defense will be impeccable and the attack will be too strong. Instead, attack the cell(s) feeding it. This will cut off the cell’s food supply making it weaker, which is the perfect time to attack. You can then split four or more cells off to fight the other remaining enemy cells and then another four or more to fight off Goliath.
4. If there is an enemy cell with only one place to go… Attacking you, then you are in a bit of a pickle as seen in the photo below. Whether you have dual-mode enabled or not and both of your cells are in the same position the method is going to be the same. Let’s use the below image as an example. In the case below, the green cell at the bottom of the image is going to be the one to live the whole way through. You will more than likely have to give up the cell at the top, unfortunately. Instead, you will want to have your green cell at the top fight the red cell to buy some time.
When first starting your level, dual-mode or not, you will want to fight the enemy cell until your cell gets stronger defensively – about 3 shots to red. Then, with the lower green cell, take over a nearby empty cell and immediately go back to the first cell you started with. Other enemy cells can help by knocking off all of the defenses on an empty cell making it a one-shot one take-over. In the case below, the blue cell helped out with that. Once you go back to the original cell, let it build up for a couple of seconds before attacking red. You will now have three cells in total. In the below situation, you will want to build up your offense before claiming another empty cell or enemy cell. Blue and pink will be fighting each other so you will be able to take over blue easily. Then, it is game over.
We hope this guide has helped you out! If you have any other questions or issues with any level let us know in the comments below and we will try our best to help you out.