Super Ball Juggling Cheats, Tips And Tricks
If you're familiar with the frustrations of Flappy Bird, chances are Super Ball Juggling will drive you equally insane. The game comes to us from the same developer behind Flappy Bird, Dong Nguyen, and challenges you to meet a simple goal - only it's not so simple.
This time around, you're asked to keep a soccer ball in the air. At first, you're probably like, "Well, how hard can that be?" Then you miss it a couple of times and the thought creeps into your head. "This game is impossible!" You know, followed by several expletives.
Just when you think you've got it figured out, a second ball is put into play, this time with a player across from the first one. Now you're trying to juggle two balls instead of one.
Don't panic. Here are some tips to help you become a juggling master.
How do I nail the timing in Super Ball Juggling?
It's a matter of tapping the screen depending on where the ball is located next to the player. If you tap it just when it's aligned with his body, chances are you'll miss the kick and the round will be over. Instead, time your taps when the ball drops right above his head. If you time it just right, you can add more height to the kick, providing a slight bit of breathing room before the ball comes down again. It'll take a few tries - don't get frustrated - and you'll get the hang of it.
What's the best way to juggle two balls at once in Super Ball Juggling?
Get the balls at equal height. That'll be difficult at first, since the second ball drops just when you're learning the first. However, if you can time the hits of the second player so they're shorter than the first, the ball won't go up as high. As a result, they may sync up better, and you may have better luck getting them to fall at the same time. Keep at it.
Argh! I can't get a higher score than 10 in Super Ball Juggling! What am I doing wrong?
Nothing. This is a very difficult game, and mastering the timing will take quite a bit of work. If you're frustrated, walk away for a bit and come back to it. You won't face any punishment, and mentally, you'll be better prepared for the balls. It never hurts to walk away and try again later - that's what made us so keen on Flappy Bird.
Is Super Ball Juggling a two-player game?
Sure. Some might call it cheating, but with this game, the more the merrier. Bring in a second player to tap on the right side of the screen while you focus on the left, and you'll be able to achieve a moderately better score than trying solo. Just make sure you find someone skilled to fill the role - last thing you want to lose is a consistent record because he or she messed up.
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