Disco Bees Cheats And Tips
Disco may be dead, but these bees keep buzzing.
Disco will never make a comeback - but that won't stop Space Inch from trying. In Disco Bees, players match three or more bees in a row, similar to the classic puzzler, Hexic. Matching four or more, or getting groups together, will result in unlocking special characters with different effects. Don't slouch when you're matching them up - it always helps to remain a busy bee.
If you need help, don't worry. We have tips that will take the pain off that sting.
How do I play Disco Bees?
It's similar to the classic puzzle game, Hexic. You have a playfield filled with bees that you can match together in rows or columns, in groups of three or more. Getting more will unlock additional characters that you can use to eliminate pieces, such as ninjas (who clear away rows of bees after being activated) and fighters (who take out all surrounding pieces with a quick punch).
The first levels are very easy, but as time goes on, they become more complex, requiring you to remove patches of honey from the playfield or reach a minimum score.
Each round has up to three stars you can earn, depending on the overall score you can get. The more stars you get, the more bonus levels you can unlock - including a special zombie bee round. Yes, zombie bees.
How do the power-ups work in Disco Bees?
Power-up characters unlock when you get four or more bees lined up together, or special formations, such as a hexagon or a grouping. There are various types available, but the ninjas are your best bet.
Ninjas manage to carve entire rows from the playfield, depending on which way their swords are pointed. Keep an eye on this, as it can help multiply your score and clear away patches of honey before you run out of turns.
One more thing - try and match special characters together. If they come into contact with each other after activation, you'll send both of them off. If two of the same type are together, you'll clear away an even bigger patch.
You can buy additional characters as well, but they're pretty easy to unlock on the board.
Can you challenge friends in Disco Bees?
Even though there's no direct multiplayer, you can challenge fellow players by signing in to Facebook and viewing their high scores. This adds a nice competitive edge to the game.
Do I need to pay for anything in Disco Bees?
You only have five turns before you have to refill, which you can do by either waiting it out or paying $0.99 for a full tank. It's best to just wait it out.
On top of that, characters can be bought and added to the playfield, ranging from $0.99 (for Hipbees and fighter bees) to $1.99 (for ninja bees). You'll earn enough of them over a round, so only make these purchases if you're stuck on a level.
Finally, you can buy additional moves if you run out during a round. You can buy them separately for $0.99, or combine them with additional characters for $1.99. Again, though, see how far you can get in the game first.