Looney Tunes Dash! is an endless runner game with a twist. Packed with lots of levels, you can work your way through as your favorite Looney Tunes characters such as Bugs Bunny, Road Runner, Tweety, and more. To do you, you'll need to escape from infamous enemies and complete challenging goals. If you don't, you won't advance, and eventually, you'll run out of lives. That's where iMore comes in! We've got the tips, hints, and cheats you need to get further and even top up your lives for free!
1. How to get unlimited free lives in Looney Tunes Dash
Just like Candy Crush, Looney Tunes Dash! is also susceptible to the same time cheat that lets you get unlimited free lives. When your 5 lives are gone, just jump into the Settings app and change the time forward a few hours. Your lives will automatically recharge, leaving you with no reason to dish out real money on lives and cash.
Just remember when you're done to change the time back, or iMessage will have issues.
2. Play each level twice
I always play each level two times. The first time I play to complete the objective, the second time I play in order to rack up more coins. Coins are important for upgrades and the way the levels are laid out, it's impossible to collect a ton of coins in some cases while completing the objective. It also gives you two chances for higher scores.
3. The more dangerous path offers more rewards
In some courses you will see a side road that lets you take an alternate path of the main road. These are typically marked with warning signs and road blocks. While these paths are always harder to navigate, they almost always offer more rewards, boosts, coins, and items than the regular route. In some cases, you may even have to take them to collect enough items to pass the objective.
4. Time your super stomps well and you'll rack up major points
The very first ability you will unlock is the super stomp. It'll also serve to be one of your most valuable. It recharges on its own and you can continue to upgrade it in order to make recharges take even less time. The key is to save super stomps for areas that contain either tons of barrels and crates, or a lot of other items to smash and rack up points. I also save them for when I see crates and barrels overhead that I can't reach. The super stomp should explode them for you, allowing you to get points on both levels simultaneously.
5. You don't always want launch pad routes
It's tempting to always take the road that launch pads lead you to, but it isn't always the best decision. This is another reason I play levels twice. The first time through, use launch pads while the second time, stray away from them. In some cases you'll find using them rewards you while some are misleading.
6. Don't forget to upgrade your powers regularly
As the levels get more and more challenging, you may find that you have a hard time passing them without having upgraded abilities and power ups. So once you collect a few thousand coins, be sure to head to the shop and upgrade your powers. If you get stuck, you can also replay past levels in order to earn coins for upgrades. Once you've upgraded your powers, try the problem level again.
7. If you're going to spend real money, spend it on coins not cash
Coins are what you use in order to upgrade your power ups and abilities. Cash is only used to renew your lives sooner. Since we've told you in step 1 how to get free lives indefinitely, there really is no reason to ever pay real money for cash and lives. Instead, spring for some coins so you can upgrade faster.
Your Looney Tunes Dash! tips, hints, and cheats?
If you're playing your way through Looney Tunes Dash, be sure to let us know in the comments any tips, hints, or cheats you've got as well as what level you've worked your way up to!
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