Fire Emblem: Heroes guide – Part Three – Levelling up, skills, and rewards

In this third part of our Fire Emblem: Heroes guide we’re going to have a look at some of the menus you’re going to be using while you play the game.

Specifically we’re going to focus on the ones you’re going to be using to upgrade your characters. Mainly because the game isn’t very good at explaining what they do and why you need to be using them.

We’ll also throw in a few hints and tips about collecting your rewards, and how you can get more currencies to help you out.

Levelling up

A lot of the crystals you get can be used to power up your heroes to make them tougher. This is important, as you’ll want to keep ahead of the levelling curve to make sure that you’re not taking a beating in your fights.

To level up you choose a hero, then decide what level you want to push them to. The game will show you the highest level you can afford, but you can tap the arrows to drop it down, saving you some crystals to spend on your other characters.

It’s a good idea to keep more than four characters at a similar level, mainly so you can tweak the balance of your team if you’re coming up against an army that’s got a lot of characters that are strong against your main team.

Skills

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WarFriends guide – Part Three – Warpath Mode

One thing you might overlook in WarFriends is Warpath Mode. But here’s the thing, you really shouldn’t, because it’s a great way to earn impressive awards if you get a bit burned out on the main mode.

So with that in mind, the third part of our guide is going to focus entirely on Warpath Mode. Because it’s different enough from the main mode that you might need a few hints and tips to get you through.

Come back tomorrow for the fourth and final part of our guide where we’ll walk you through some advanced hints and tips that’ll get you through the meat of the game without so much as a scuff. Well, probably a few scuffs.

Warpath Mode

Warpath Mode is different from the main mode in two very important ways. First, you don’t have your squad on hand to help you. Instead it’s just you and the cover against the rest of the world.

Second, there’s no hero on the opposing side of the map. Instead you’re trying to take down a whole bunch of enemies before you die. And it makes the whole thing a lot more frenetic.

Warpath Mode also features some challenges. So it’s a good idea to make sure you know what you’re supposed to be doing before you dive in.

And then there’s the other twist – you can bring a friend with you…

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Star Wars: Force Arena guide – Part three – Light side or Dark side?

In this section of our Force Arena guide, we’re going to look at a question that pops up quite often – is it best to play as the Light Side or the Dark Side of the Force?

The answer is one that might just surprise you, but we’ll get to that in a minute. First make sure you’ve read the first two parts of our guide to ensure that you’re up to date with everything you need to know up to this point.

I’m gonna presume at this point that you’ve read those, and now I’m going to jump in with the shocking truth – it kinda doesn’t matter which side you choose. In fact, picking one is going to hinder you.

Which side are you on?

There are pros and cons of playing both sides in the game, but the important thing to remember is that the XP you earn from each of your decks goes to your profile, not just to your hero characters.

You earn XP by levelling up your cards, which means when you open card packs with cards for decks you’re not using, it’s worth upgrading them so that your level is constantly on the rise.

The one thing you need to do is make sure you have multiple different styles of deck on the go, regardless of the side of the Force they’re aligned to. That way if you’re taking a beating with one deck you can swap out and try another.

The units are all pretty similar on each side, but sometimes you’ll get more pow…

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Price Drop: The Room Three (Games)


The Room Three 1.0.1

Device: iOS Universal
Category: Games
Price: $ 4.99 -> $ 1.99, Version: 1.0.1 (iTunes)

Description:

***WARNING: DUE TO HEAVY GRAPHICS REQUIREMENTS, THE ROOM THREE IS NOT COMPATIBLE WITH IPAD 1, IPHONE 4 (& OLDER IPHONES) OR IPOD TOUCH 4TH GEN (& OLDER IPODS)***

WE RECOMMEND PLAYING ON iPHONE 5 (& UP) OR iPAD 3 (& UP) AS iPAD 2, iPAD MINI 1 AND iPHONE 4S MAY EXPERIENCE PROBLEMS.

The eagerly awaited sequel to the BAFTA award winning ‘The Room’ (Apple Game of the Year 2012) and ‘The Room Two’ (App Store Best of 2013-14) is finally here.
Welcome to The Room Three, a physical puzzle game within a beautifully tactile world.
Lured to a remote island, you must draw upon all your puzzle-solving ability to navigate a series of trials devised by a mysterious figure known only as “The Craftsman”.

PICK-UP-AND-PLAY DESIGN
Easy to begin yet hard to put down, enjoy a unique mix of intriguing puzzles with a simple user interface.

INTUITIVE TOUCH CONTROLS
A tactile experience so natural you can almost feel the surface of each object.

EXPANDED LOCATIONS
Lose yourself in a variety of stunning new environments, each spanning multiple areas.

INTRICATE OBJECTS
Rotate, zoom and examine dozens of artifacts to discover their hidden secrets.

ATMOSPHERIC AUDIO
A haunting soundtrack coupled with dynamic sound effects create an unforgettable soundscape.

MAGNIFIED WORLDS
Use the new eyepiece ability to explore the world in miniature

ALTERNATE ENDINGS
Return to a persistent environment and change your fate

ENHANCED HINT SYSTEM
Re-read hints to get the full picture

iCLOUD & GAMECENTER SUPPORTED
Share your progress between multiple devices and unlock achievements.

MULTI LANGUAGE SUPPORT
Available in English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, Turkish and Russian.

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What’s New

Bug fixes.

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