Fire Emblem: Heroes guide – Part four – Challenges, friends, and training

In this part of our Fire Emblem: Heroes guide we’re going to have a look at how you can get the most out of every play session, avoiding IAPs in the process.

The best idea is to focus on gathering resources, toughening up your team, and hitting the challenges. We’re going to break that down for you in slightly more complex chunks though.

Join us tomorrow when we’ll be covering some tips and strategies you’re going to need when you’re deeper into the game. Don’t worry, you don’t have to thank us. Well, me. You don’t have to thank me.

What are the challenges?

It’s a good idea to check the challenges and quests regularly so you know what you’re aiming for. The game is fun to play whatever you’re doing, but if you know you’re working towards a reward then it’s even more worthwhile.

You can check these on the home screen. And when you’ve completed them you’ll be able to collect your rewards from there too. There are other quests that pop up from time to time and if you complete these you’ll get the rewards sent to your inbox.

Make friends

One thing you might not have noticed on the home screen is that you’ll get visitors. These come from the friends you make in the PvP section of the game. So make sure you send friend requests after a fight.

The visitors will bring you gifts. And you’ll do the same to other players. Tap a visitor and you’ll get the reward. Sometimes your own charac…

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WarFriends guide – Part Four – Advanced tactics

Welcome to the final part of our WarFriends guide. We’ve covered a lot in the time we’ve been together, and I for one am proud of what we’ve achieved. You have the makings of an excellent soldier.

But if you want to take your warring even further, you’ve come to the right place. Because here we’re going to go deep into some of the tougher strategies you’re going to have to employ to own the battlefield.

We hope we’ve helped you out in your charge to become the finest warrior in the world. And if we have, feel free to let us know in the comments below.

Tap and move

First up, when you’re on the move you’ll want to be tapping on the screen to fire off some shots while you’re legging it. You’ll get points for doing it, and you might take out some bad guys while you’re doing it.

Move a lot

Staying in the same place lets your enemy focus their fire and train shots on your location. Keep moving between cover. Take no more than two or three shots at each location then move on.

Upgrade your pistol

We’ve gone on about the pistol a lot in this guide, and for good reason. It’s the most useful, and most overlooked tool in your arsenal. If it’s tough, then it’s going to do a lot of damage for not much outlay.

Get those crates

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Star Wars: Force Arena guide – Part four – Menu hints and tips

In this fourth part of the series about Star Wars: Force Arena we’re going to have a look at some of the menu mechanics that you’re going to need to make use of if you’re going to succeed in the game.

We’ll break things up with some images as well, so you can see what we’re talking about. We’re good like that. No, no don’t mention it. It’s fine, we’re here to help.

Anyway, tomorrow we’ll have a look at some more advanced tactics for when you’re actually on the battlefield, but right now let’s focus on the menus you’re going to spend a lot of time looking at.

Rewards

This is where you’ll unlock the cards you win when you play. You’ll need to actively open them once you’ve been given them, and they’ve got a countdown on them that can last for quite a long time.

It’s worth starting an unlock when you’re coming to the end of a play session so that you’ll have the new cards ready the next time you come to play.

This screen also has a number of other reward packs you can unlock at certain times, so it’s always worth coming back and checking if there’s anything new there for you.

Trade

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History walks on four legs in remake of strategy classic M.U.L.E.

If you’ve played a mutliplayer strategy game during last 15 years, then chances are you’ve been indirectly affected by the influence of M.U.L.E.

One of the first titles to allow four players to compete on a single system, M.U.L.E. didn’t break records commercially. However, it merging or real time and turn-based strategy gameplay did pave the way for many of the tactical multiplayer games we enjoy today.

Now, the folks at Comma 8 Studio have taken it upon themselves to remake M.U.L.E. for iOS devices. Check out the trailer below:

As in the original, M.U.L.E. Returns requires you to manage economic considerations and fend off foes while you attempt to colonise a planet. To achieve all this, you must utilise your Multi Use Labour Elements (M.U.L.E.s) in order to manage the operation.

If you fancy seeing how Comma 8 have treated the old girl, then you can go ahead and download M.U.L.E. Returns from the App Store right now. It costs £2.99 / $ 4.99.

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