Battle Camp Cheats and Tips
Make room for the new beast in town.
If you're a fan of MMO's - or just need your monstrous fix outside of the enormously addictive Puzzle and Dragons - then Battle Camp is for you. In this game, you'll put together a talented team of monsters and work with a troop of fellow Rangers to bring down rivals, wage Troop Wars against others and dominate weekly events. If you're skilled enough, that is.
The basics of the game are relatively easy to figure out, but here are some tips that will help you along!
How do I collect monsters in Battle Camp?
When you get started, you'll get a few basic ones to start with. However, what you'll want to do is try and get stronger, more rare monsters into your battle party. You'll be able to do this by gathering puzzle pieces that you collect from each battle, try and fuse them with the more common monsters in your party, and you'll be able to collect stronger, rarer breeds that will assist you in later battles.
Continue to try and fuse monsters with your rare creature to make it even stronger, so it stands a better chance of surviving some of the later battles in the game, as well as PVP battles against friends and strangers. It helps to have a good team at your command.
How does Evolution work in Battle Camp?
Evolution is a process that occurs with the more rare monsters in your group, thus why fusing is vital in order to continue later on in the game. As your monsters become stronger, they'll run into the opportunity to evolve, which will make them even stronger.
Are common monsters worth anything in Battle Camp?
While we put a huge emphasis on acquiring rare monsters in Battle Camp, it never hurts to have a few common ones in your party as well. You'll be able to see which creatures can create more damage, such as the Teepee, and combine their efforts with that of the stronger monsters in your group.
Don't forget to also keep an eye on their elements. Common monsters can do just as much harm as the rare ones, especially against reverse characters. For instance, Rock monsters can do damage against Wind ones, and vice versa. Same with Fire, Plant, and Water, which all seem to have effect on each class like this - Fire greater than Plant, Plant greater than Water, Water greater than Fire.
Balance it out with your team, then put them to good use to battle other elemental creatures. Remember to try as many combinations as you can, so you can take out stronger monsters in one turn!
How can I make successful matches in Battle Camp?
The key is to try and match as many icons as you can. If you get five or more, for example, you'll be able to deliver a blow to all enemies that you see on screen. Try and cascade that into a series of combos, and the damage will continue doling out to all enemies, like a chain attack.
It's vital to build combos against stronger enemies, particularly bosses. Watch out for what their weak elements are and try to chain together as many hits as you can in one shot. It doesn't happen with every single turn, but you'll see some opportunities to stack them up. Watch for these.
How do I select events in Battle Camp?
On the main screen, you'll be able to see what general quests are available, as well as what tournaments and PVP battles are at your fingertips. These are relatively easy to get into, although, like most free-to-play games, you'll use energy with each turn you take. However, keep in mind you can pay a few coins for a quick refill, or successfully complete a quest for an automatic refill.
Don't be afraid to get into random battles either. You'll earn a few coins for your trouble and level up your monsters, perhaps even to the point that fusion will make them even stronger, rarer creatures!
Do I need to pay for anything in Battle Camp?
You'll earn a decent amount of gold between battles and promotional offers, including signing up for a Tapjoy account. However, if you're serious about your monster battles and want to buy the better creatures right away, you can plunk down real money to do so, ranging from $2.99 for 30 gold all the way up to $99.99 for 1,250 gold. See what you can earn first before you invest.