That Guitar Machine Gun can be yours if you follow this advice.
If you crave intense, third-person shooting fun for iPhone and iPad, both Zynga and Digital Legends Entertainment will help scratch that itch with Respawnables, an easily-accessible, free-to-play and fun shooter that comes fully equipped with single player and multiplayer components. That said, the path to victory comes paved with bullets, so to keep you fragging into the night, we forged this Respawnables cheats and tips guide using virtual iron and some good old fashioned brain grease for good measure.
Take Full Advantage Of Single Player Matches
Here's the deal. You're free to dive right into online multiplayer. Not going to stop you. With this in mind, you'll gain so much more from solo missions. First and foremost, single player gives you valuable practice against computer-controlled opponents across the game's handful of maps. Second, you stand to gain valuable experience points to unlock weapons and equipment, along with a little virtual currency to go towards purchasing new toys and other goodies. You'll receive the same perks in multi, but at least your confidence will remain intact. Plus, you'll be able to complete a myriad of objectives for even more loot.
Swap Out Heads, Torsos And Legs
Upon earning thousands of dollars, your first thought will probably involve purchasing a new shotgun or rocket launcher. Not a bad idea, really, but a little customization goes a long way. The game includes a variety of different heads, torsos and legs for your soldier, and there's more to this than simple aesthetics. Swapping parts comes with game-changing boosts, like increased accuracy, agility and health. At the end of the day, who doesn't need more of that?
Enhance Your Skills
In leveling up, you have access to a plethora of unique skills to make your warrior a more efficient killing machine. These range from increasing health by 10 percent, to raising maximum speed five percent and ammo by 10 percent. You'll need to reach specific levels to unlock the entire skills tree, along with cash and gold coins to make this happen. We say go for it, because most players will be too interested in acquiring new weapons to even bother with this facet of the game.
Shoot Red Barrels
If you play games on the regular, then you already know the benefit to blasting one of these babies. The resulting explosion will take out or significantly damage players within the vicinity.
The last thing you need is to open fire on the enemy, only to realize there are a couple bullets remaining, forcing your character to reload while the opposition retaliates. On that note, a manual reload between kills will save you much embarrassment.
Explosives Turn The Proverbial Tide
You should always have grenades on your person, or dynamite and landmines. Against high-level players, bullets simply won't get the job done 100 percent of the time, whereas lobbing some grenades into a group of characters softens them up. Hey, the people you're up against will do the same to you.
Always Pick Up Medals
Dead enemies leave behind shiny medals that, once collected, imbue your character with a bonus. Grab as many as you can.
Enjoy Premium Content
Gold burning a hole in your virtual pocket? Visit the store and spend those precious bricks on boosters. For 10 gold, you can snag a Small Cash Booster that increases the amount of dough awarded in 10 matches by 100 percent, or maybe you prefer a Small XP Booster that works the same, but for experience points. You know you want it.
Earn Free Gold
Who wants to pay real money for gold? Get some for zero dollars two ways. First, receive 50 free gold for filling out and then submitting The Respawnables Feedback form. Click the gold icon on the lower right, then press the Feedback icon.
You also stand to gain free gold by completing certain actions, like signing up for Tapjoy with eight gold, or getting a trial membership with FreeCreditScore.com for 106 gold. Same steps with the feedback form, except you'll need to click Actions.
Cash And Gold Are Available Whenever You Need It
All this and more can be yours, providing you're willing to pay for it.
Bank Deposit 17,000: $3.99
Money Case 38,000: $7.99
The Great Deal 123,000: $19.99
Big Fortune 650: $9.99
Pots Of Gold 1,750: $19.99
Legendary Treasure 7,500: $49.99
Gold Mine 25,000: $99.99
Tips From The Developers
Note: You can find these tips and a lot more by clicking Extras, then Help.
A specific weapon can be a good choice for certain objectives and a bad choice for others.
Adapt your strategy to your equipped weapon. Try using boxes or columns as cover while using the shotgun or firing from a high vantage point while equipped with a Bazooka.
The game will always try to pair you against opponents of the same level of competence.
Notice that in a multiplayer match, some items will disappear from the map when you are killed.
When a teammate or yourself are killed, you'll leave a red colored medal on the ground. You can collect these red medals to deny them to your enemies. You will win a few points too.
In Team Vs., the winning team will be the one that collects the most team points during a match. Team points are earned by collecting medals dropped by killed enemies.
You can view all achievements and your progress with the Achievements button in the Main Menu.
You will know if new items are available in the Shop when an exclamation mark is shown over the Shop icon.
Some weapons also modify your moving speed. As a rule of thumb, the heavier weapons slow you down more than lighter weapons.