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Play Downhill Skiing Game with Ski Safari 2

Play Downhill Skiing Game with Ski Safari 2

Alto's Adventure is, without a doubt, one of the greatest snowboarding game in mobile devices. Not only because its gorgeous graphics with incredible music, the gameplay was made to still be challenging enough, even in the slightest time you had to play with.

However, the developer of Ski Safari, Sleepy Z Studios (before, they were with Defiant Dev), doesn't seem to create their next game as a challenge. But rather, as a fun game to add moment of excitement to all players. Hence, Ski Safari 2 was released last August, and it's already a #1 Paid App in 11 countries.

Play PacMan Mobile with Pac-Man 256 in iOS and Android with Tips and Tricks

Play PacMan Mobile with Pac-Man 256 in iOS and Android with Tips and Tricks

It is basically the Pac-Man that we all know and loved, but with a touch of Crossy Road in it. You will be playing as the Pac-Man and will try to control it through a maze while eating pac-dots. Since it has a touch of Crossy Road in it, instead of changing level when you eat all the pac-dots, you will have an endless pac-dots in front of you.

You will still have the four colourful ghosts that's ready to chase and eat you. BlinkyPinkySpunkySueFunkyGlitchyInky, and Clyde have ready to welcome you. Unlike the old Pac-Man where there only be one unique Blinky, Pinky, Inky, and Clyde at a level, in Pac-Man 256, you will be encountering more than eight ghosts at the same time. Not only just the ghosts that will chase you. The glitch will also try to consume you, just like the eagle from Crossy Road. The different is that, you will have more time to pause and think before this glitch consumes your freedom.

Play Pizza Delivery Simulator with Pie in the Sky: A Pizza Odyssey in iOS and Android

Play Pizza Delivery Simulator with Pie in the Sky: A Pizza Odyssey in iOS and Android

Endless Runner games are like mushrooms in a forest. There could never be enough games coming out with this genre, trying to capture the heart of its fan base. Not just bringing out simple endless running game, most developers nowadays package this kind of game with beautiful graphics, so-called refreshed, newly born gameplay that actually still does the same thing, endless running.

These facts, however, didn't seem frightened the guys from Salty Croc Interactive, a Canadian independent game studio. Combining pepperoni and outer space delivery service imagined in a 1980s mind, Salty Croc that prefers to call this "fly forever" game, Pie in the Sky.

Crossy Road: How to Unlock Secret Characters in iOS/Android


Along with latest Crossy Road's micro update, I've also played a bit to find out how to unlock the secret characters. From this UK update, I can unlock three more secret characters, Rugby Player, Michael Boom, and Jughead. Also for certain, you get some new characters that can be acquired from the gacha.


How to Unlock Jughead in Crossy Road?

To unlock Jughead, you have to be at first unlock Archie and use him. While you're hopping with Archie, look for a burger on the side of the road. When you hop into it, you will unlock the Jughead. However, you can just find one and unlock it. You need to hop into 50 burgers approximately as a requirement.


How to Unlock Michael Boom in Crossy Road?

Who doesn't know Michael Boom? He's the producer of the mega-blockbuster movies like The Transformex Series, Armoutgeddon, and many other boom-bastic movies.

So to unlock this guy, you can use any characters in Crossy Road, and while you're hopping, look for a green truck with rocket. Hit your characters into that truck and enjoy the explosive moment like all of Michael Boom's movies.


How to Unlock Rugby Player in Crossy Road?

I've read many forums that saying that this Rugby Player is the hardest character that they've ever tried to unlock. Unfortunately, it is the hardest character to unlock. I haven't been able to unlock this character, but from many resources, unlocking Rugby Player has something to do with acorn and small white rugby ball.

Some people said that you need 10+ acorns while other were saying that only 5+ acorns. Either way, you should find a small white rugby ball on the top of the tree, after you collect these acorns. Then, you should hit the tree first so that the ball will fall down.

Crossy Road is one of the game that I still put inside my games folder. The reason because Hipster Whale's Crossy Road is one of few games that keeps update its game with new characters.

Since my last 'how to get secret characters' post for Crossy Road, it has at least 4 updates that bring in cute unique characters, each with their own uniqueness that affect the environment.

Most of the characters in Crossy Road can be won via gacha. However, for certain characters, you need to do something in order to get them and these guys won't be available in the gacha lottery. Last time, I've put list on how to get Hipster Whale, Drop Bear, Ben Weatherhall, Andy Sum, and Matt Hall. Now I'll put some list on how to get the rest of unlockable characters.


How to Unlock Gifty in Crossy Road?

To unlock this cute little gift, you have to unlock Festive Chicken first. Festive Chicken itself is unlockable on Christmas theme. If you happen to have Festive Chicken on your characters list, you have probability to unlock this cute chicken.

Gifty is unlockable when you run between 70-100 points. You'll enter a large clearing. Continue hopping and when you find a giant Christmas tree, run up to it and the tree should explode with presents and coins. This where you will acquire your Gifty.

How to Unlock Crab in Crossy Road?

Crab is one of those unlockable characters from Australia Day theme. To unlock this character you can just use any Australian characters. Then in the lane, swipe to the left and right, so you're only moving sidewards not forwards or backwards. Be careful when doing this, because if you're cleaning your screen too much in one lane, the Eagle will come and scoop you away. I'm cleaning my screen about 5 times per lane, and then I move forward.

Once you have clean your screen enough, at the end of your run you will be rewarded with the Crab. If you don't receive anything when you die, it means you haven't cleaned your screen enough.

How to Unlock Cai Shen in Crossy Road?

Cai Shen is available after the CNY update. To get this Chinese spoken character, you have to play with Fortune Chicken. Then as you play, pick up the red envelopes (we call this kind of envelope as ang pao) that scattered as you run.

You need to accumulate a total of 21 red envelopes. So you don't need to finish this requirement in one run. You can run several times and pick up the red envelopes. Once you gather enough the red envelopes, you can get Cai Shen in your characters list.


How to Unlock Phone Box in Crossy Road?

As you may know, Phone Box is one of the iconic thing in UK and Ireland. It's also used as the time travelling machine from the famous TV shows Dr. Who; the only different is the color whereas Dr. Who's Tardis is in Blue, Crossy Road's Phone Box is in Red.

The way to obtain Phone Box is quite similar with the way to acquire Gifty. You need to use UK/Ireland characters and hop until you get score around 100 (or more), then you'll find a large grass and like always, you hop until you find Phone Box in the middle. After you find it, go near the Phone Box until it stops ringing and turns to a dial tone.


How to Unlock Nessy in Crossy Road?

Nessy works like Hipster Whale. The way to acquire this cute creature is also the same as acquiring Hipster Whale. To unlock Nessy, find Nessy randomly floating alongside the logs in the river. Just jump over Nessy's back and you can unlock Nessy after you die.

How to Unlock Leprechaun in Crossy Road?

Leprechaun is also available when you play using the UK/Ireland character. To unlock Leprechaun you got to look and pick up green clovers that dot the map. When you finally come across green clovers that slightly larger, that one will let you unlock the Leprechaun.


Want to Unlock More Characters?

The characters that I've mentioned are characters that can't be purchased via gacha. I also post other secret characters in my previous post, so you might want to look at that post if you can't find the characters you're looking for.

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Downhill Snowboard Game in Alto's Adventure with Tips and Tricks

Here in Indonesia, we don't have any snow situation around. Sure it would be great to have one. We could build snowman, throwing some snowball into someone else's face, and the most fun out of it for me, is that I can go to a mountain and go snowboarding there. Being outside, enjoy the breezy wind of the mountain, and the freedom feeling as we sliding through the downhill of the mountain. It do feel relaxing and I think downhill snowboarding can relieve some stress from our head (well, I've never been doing this kind of stuff, but I do think it's true).

With all the great experiences of snowboarding in mind, Snowman, Inc. created a game that expresses their passion as snowboarders. Snowman, Inc. itselves is a small Canadian software studio based in Toronto, Canada, focused on building apps that enhance people’s lives through productivity and entertainment. If you've used productivity apps, you might've known these guys from apps like Checkmark and Shifts. Both of these apps feature great workflows when doing daily life. Also both of these apps are designed with a very detail UX in mind.

This detail oriented minds then continue evolving their market to share their passion of snowboarding to the whole world. As it turns out, both snowboarders founder feel that most snowboarding games in the App Store are cartoony, have bad controls, or are trying too much to be like console games. That's why since late 2012, both Ryan and Jordan, started to create 2D iOS game based around an "infinite runner" mechanic. But as I've stated, Snowman won't be satisfied with just a typical game. Like most of their productivity apps before, Snowman wants something distinctive, but also beautiful in the UI. That's why for this project, they contacted U.K-based artist and developer Harry Nesbitt to work together. The result? An amazing downhill snowboard game with endless runner odyssey and it's called Alto's Adventure.

As we all might have known (if you don't, you will be), endless runner is a crowded genre with lots of game based on it. It's like when RPG is the most favorite genre at their time, now it's endless runner era. Not only indie developer choose this genre, even big player like EA, Marvel, SEGA, etc. If you don't know, even the controversial Flappy Bird can also be considered as an endless runner game! However, even in the midst of this crowded genre and between all these big developers, Alto's Adventure still stood up between all of them with their own unique distinctive look and feel. It even scored 92 out of 100 in Metacritic.

So why does Alto's Adventure still able to stand out despite the genre that they chose? If you're looking at the screenshot or at the gameplay trailer below, you won't notice why Alto's Adventure is said to be one of the best game this year. Alto's Adventure is an endless downhill snowboarding game where you play as Alto and his six friends (there is also Llama as Alto's friends). Based on the developer, the gameplay is taking inspiration from Tony Hawk's Pro Skater, but based on gamers experience, the gameplay look somewhat similar to Ski Safari. But believe me, the gameplay is not the core product of this game.

In Alto's Adventure, you will be snowboarding down the hill. When you make your way down the hill, there're also rocks and camp fire to jump over, ramps to launch off to perform back flips, and ribboned rails to grind on. Yes, you will do lots of back flips in Alto's Adventure. The game itself is heavily physics-based, so you might find that you can't just jump anywhere you want, you need to build speed and momentum before you launch Alto and his friends into the air doing some back flips. During the sliding, you might tripped yourself by some rocks, dropped yourself because you fail to gain momentum, or perhaps fall down because of the fail tricks. But you'll always start over again at the top of never-ending downhill chasing some 4 llamas that always escaped your sight.

The game are based on some criterias; coins for purchasing power-ups, points to compete with your friends high-score, and goals that you will be aiming in order to level-up. As a matter of fact, level-up is your actual main goal. Every 10 levels, you will unlock a new character, one of Alto's friend, with different characteristics, and of course different effects. In each level, you will try to meet 3 criterias in order to level-up. Obviously, there will be one criteria that usually hold you from levelling up, so hard you just want to banging your head in your pillow.


The Gameplay is not the Core Product of Alto's Adventure

For me personally, the core product of Alto's Adventure is the detail put inside the gameplay. That's the reason why if you only look at the screenshot and the trailer, most likely you won't be able to grasp the true beauty of this game. You have to get your hands in the game, put your headphone/earphone/whatever phone you have, close to your ear, put your phone close to your eye. Then you know, the more you play, the more beauty of Alto's Adventure you can experience.

I'm not exaggerating here. Let's talk about the controls first. Based on his interviews with wired.com, Ryan Cash stated, "We thought that Tiny Wings had done something really special, and we learned from its simplicity that by limiting the complexity of a game’s controls, you can actually enhance the overall experience". This is why just like many of Snowman's apps that prioritise user experience, the game's controls keep things as simple as possible. You need to just use one finger to play the game, tap the screen to jump, tap and hold to back flip, and other detail things are automatically done by the game. To even simplify it, Alto's Adventure even put a tutorial to teach you how to snowboard.

The controls however, is only the supporting cast. The next awesome things in Alto's Adventure is the graphics. For this, most people should've agreed with me. Just by watching the gameplay trailer, people should've known the graphics quality of the game. Some critical people might think that "well, it's just the graphics that look pretty" or "it's somewhat similar to Monument Valley". Nope, the game is way more than only beautiful graphics. It has this so-called dynamic lighting and weather effects features that make your downhill snowboarding journey feels more realistic.

These two features then combined with procedurally generated terrain as you play, creating an amazing experience. For instance, I would be able to see my snowboarder as well as the surroundings (forest, village, rocks) that I'm passing through during the day, but after a while, the sun starting to sets and I won't be able to clearly see my surroundings anymore. Then, as the time goes, the night gets even darker, and now I can see shooting stars, lanterns, even fireflies glittering in the dark forest. There're also conditions when the rain is pouring and lightning that strikes hard. Or perhaps, when it's snowing, the surrounding won't be as clear when the sun shines bright. All these details not just for beautify purpose, but to leverage the overall experience and feeling of the players.

“We wanted to try and create a living, breathing environment for Alto to inhabit. That the game and its characters could be just a small part of a much larger world, with its own history and culture.” Harry Nesbitt


For now let's moving on and talk about the audio. The soundtrack, the background music of Alto's Adventure, the relaxing piano sound, gives premium feeling while playing the game. It doesn't feel too strong that it overwhelms the game, yet somehow it feels that the beat of the soundtrack was created to match the speed of the snowboarders. I mean, although I used different snowboarders and the soundtrack remained the same, I didn't feel like the music tempo is faster than the snowboarders, vice versa. I think it's because the SFX guy was doing a really fantastic job at doing this. Thus, both of the SFX and the background music are a compliment toward each other.

Nevertheless, there are lots of SFX added inside the game, showing how much efforts and details Snowman has put inside a runner game like Alto's Adventure. Starting from sound of the snowboard sliding through the snow, the sound of the llamas, the voice when you do a successful trick, the lightning sound, when you grinding through the flag, or when you go through a flock of bird. There are so many SFX going on at the same time and that has leveraged and make the audio and the graphics in the same level of awesomeness.

The last awesome things from Alto's Adventure that I want to tell you is the quests. The quests here are required to be done in order to level-up. Well, you and I can even know this without playing the game. Leveling up is no way near easy. You are required to do some tasks that even "impossible" (I'm stucked for a very long time at doing two times triple backflip in one run). The quests however, prove once again about the design capability of the game developer. Despite the impossibility of the quests, some of the quests are involving some small detail that you're not going to notice until the quest for that detail is showing. For instance, in one quest, you need to bounce on the rock. Before I meet this quest in Level 16, I would normally avoid the rock, but because of this quest, I need to change the way I'd normally play. Moreover, once you've completed the quest, you'll be feel refreshed, it's like a playing a new updated Alto's Adventure. Meaning, these quests don't just sit there, it also became that other core product of Alto's Adventure, to keep you play and to keep you interested with the game.


Tips and Tricks

During the game, I personally find that the tricks in appunwrapper.com are very helpful to me, so if you might want to check their tips. As from me, I would like to help you to understand the quests that might be difficult to understand. So here's my list.


Super Coin & Magnet

Super coin can be acquired by passing through a cog-shaped gold coin. One super coin can contain more coins that the usual coin would give. Magnet is the first power up in the game. Once you picked it up, the coins will come to you without you having to pass it.


Feather, Llamas, and Wooden Ramp

Feather is the second power up in the game. Feather will make your snowboarder floating from the ground a little bit. So when the quest is telling you to hover 'something', you need to pass through that particular 'thing' while feather power-up is activated. Llamas is the only animals here that always running away from you. You just need to find any cute animal and that's the llama. Screenshot aboves is showing you what a wooden ramp look like. So if you find a quest that related with ramp, you just need to find this kind of ramp, and jump over it.


Grind, Bunting Flags

Grind is like a rope that tied between two poles. There will be some quests that need you to grind for some time. You just need to jump in the rope and let the game automatically count your record. Flags are the little triangle that tied up in the rope. It will be ripped off as you grind over it.


Forest/Village, Rooftops, & Chasm Jump

Forest/Village is just a location that can be passed through as you play the game. You just need to live as long as you can and you'll get there before you know. Jumping over into rooftop can be quite tricky. Usually at the end of the rope that you grind over, there will be rooftop after it. In order to reach the rooftop you can jump at the end of the rope. Chasm Jump is simple, you just need to jump from anything that from something, to a ground. So jumping between cliffs is a chasm jump. Jumping from rooftops can also be considered as one. Jumping from grinding also can be considered a chasm jump as well.


Elder & Firecamp

Elder is one of the antagonist here. He will make sure that you won't be disturbing his sleep. That's why he will chase you down. The ultimate way to escape elder is to jump over a chasm. Until you find one, you have to speed up your snowboarder by doing tricks and combos. Otherwise, he will chase you and teach you some lesson. Firecamp is a place where there is a fire on it. You need to avoid this just like you avoid rock. There is also a quest that require you to backflip over a firecamp. You can also find a firecamp with elder sleeping beside it.

Smash Rocks

To smash rocks, you need to build up your speed first. You can always do this by doing tricks like backflip or jumping over chasm. You can also use ice to build up your speed. You know your speed is there when you have this sort of air shield around you. Then you can blast through rock with it. Remember that this 'air shield' isn't last long, so take attention on that.



Combo is a collection of tricks you're able to do before you land in the ground. Every trick you do will be counted as one combo. The more tricks you can do before landing to the ground, the more score you can get.


Wing Suit

Wing Suit is the third power-up in the game. You can trigger wing suit by doing tricks and from the snowboarder scarf. Everytime you do tricks, your scarf will longwise. Once it reach certain length, it will turn into white and you can tap the wingsuit icon in the left screen.


Proximity Backflip

Proximity Backflip is a backflip but in a very short height. To do this easily, you just need to find a feather power up, and while snowboarding, do a backflip, and you will get a proximity backflip in no time.

Kiss the Rail

My last tips to help you finish the quest is Kiss the Rail quest. To do this, you need to grind on the rope first. Then before it finish, you jump so that you land just before the rope ends. Thus, the quest will be completed.



I don't feel like honest is playing part when the game is actually as gorgeous as Alto's Adventure. All the elements are put there with purpose, there's no wasted, useless element that's just there for a cosmetic purpose. I don't think any endless runner fan would just miss out this opportunity. In fact, I think if you're not a fan of endless runner, you should try Alto's Adventure. It might change your opinion and change your life too :)

Crossy Road: Tricks to get Secret Characters in iOS/Android

There aren't many games that can be considered great when we're talking about pick-up-and-play game. There are some great games like Stick Hero or Dumb Ways to Die, but that's it, most of great games are not a pick-up-and-play, it need our full attention.

Games that aren't pick-up-and-play can't be played while you're waiting in short line. Because once you left the game, you'll need to pickup where you left at the same pace. You can't just finish the game where you want, you'll need to spend some amount of time to finish what you started. This is where Hipster Whale wants to improve.

This is where Crossy Road comes in. In crossy road, you will have to (yes) cross the road to get as far as possible. This is an endless crossing game, and you just need to go there, defeat your friend score. Avoid hitting cars, trains, drowned into the river, or being swooped by eagle. I have some reasons why you should play this game.

  • Built for quick session. You only have one live, once you die it all reset to 0.
  • So many playable characters available. There are various characters available and all have their own unique voice and environment.
  • Easy to play, hard to master. It really do!
  • Conserve battery feature. Yes, it will reduce frame rate, but at the same time, you won't have to afraid of running out of battery while playing.
  • Game Center friends scores show up in the road. So your friends can see you once you beat their score.
  • Can be played in any orientation. Landscape or Portrait, one hand or two hands, you decide.
  • FREE!

Here's a 1 minute gameplay trailer that I've created for you.

Tips and Tricks [UPDATED]

I’ve published this post about 2 weeks ago, but until now, I still spent some of my free time playing this games. I figure out some of you might experience a similar experience with me. So, I decided to share some cheats (tips and tricks) that I’ve found while playing the game. Hopefully these cheats can increase your high score as well 😊

  • Be Patient. My first and most important tips for playing this game. I’m pretty sure you’ve all figured this out. But, even one step you’re impatient, you’ll be facing the consequences. So make sure you’ve thought your step two or three taps forward.
  • Find your 'Best' Character. In other words, use what character you think suits you the best. All the characters are actually have the same speed. What makes them different is the effect when they're hopping and the environment. This small little detail might/won't affect you, but for me, black sheep is my best shot for breaking the high score.
  • Master the Railroad. This is the easiest step to master. Before you cross the railroad, you just make sure that the red light isn’t blinking. If the red light is blinking it means the train will be crossing in any moment. You still have some millisecond to cross though.
  • Master the Water. Crossing the river is one of the hardest task in this game. The trick actually is in when you hop in a log. If your next log happens to flow in the same direction with your current log, hop quickly to the next one. Otherwise, wait a bit until you’re not far from the end of river, then hop to the other wood that flow reversely. So, during your hop, you need to be positioned in the middle of the screen.
  • Hipster Whale. It will be available for you on the river and it will be act like the log, if you saw one be sure to hop on that whale and you'll get the characters right away.

After those basic tips, the hardest part of playing this game is of course crossing the road. Crossing the road seems simple if it only involves two to three lanes in the road. But if it’s involving more than it, it should be a different challenge itself. I’m separating tips for crossing the road because it has different strategy when crossing more than three lanes.

  • Don’t be afraid to cross. Once you see two to three gaps available, tap and move up. You can always swipe in any direction to avoid the cars or trucks. You can even swipe backward if you don’t have any possible move to move backward.
  • Watch out for the Police Cars. Sometimes there will be some particular light, this is a sign of police car about to pass through. The speed of this car is as fast as train, so if you can’t pass through that lane in one tap, you better find a way to wait until the police car passing through.
  • Be fast but accurate. Make sure you have a fast tap ability to avoid heavy traffic. Aim for the green grass and before doing the fast tap, count your total tap first.
  • Pause a Hop Mid-Tap. During your crossing journey, you can stop your hop anytime by tap and hold the screen. My suggestion is when you arrive at the green area, tap and hold it so you won't be hopping over the road.

For secret characters, there are approximately six characters that can be unlocked inside the game. You won't be find any of these characters from the 100 coins gacha. I have found some way to unlock some of the secret characters and will keep you update if I find another secret characters.

  • Hipster Whale. Hipster Whale like I've said earlier in this article can be found in the stream. You will encounter Hipster Whale when you're crossing the river. Hop on this creature and you'll have the character in your character list.
  • Drop Bear. With the Australia update there are some iconic Australia characters that can be acquired from the gancha. You will know if the character is an Australian by their 'sandy' environment. Use this Australia character you will come across a tree with a cute blueberry colored bear. Hop to this tree and you will have Drop Bear on your list.

These three developer characters, you have to get a score that close enough with your current high score. The limit is 50. So for example, if your top score is 118, you have to earn 50, but if your top score is 218, you have to earn 168.

  • Ben Weatherhall. Use Dark Lord.
  • Andy Sum. Use Mallard.
  • Matt Hall. Use Lucky Cat.

Spider-man Unlimited - Your Friendly Neighborhood Web-head iOS/Android Games Review & Tips

Who doesn't love this adoring, cute, funny, smart, easy minded Marvel heroes, Spider-man? In the mid of 2014, Gameloft introduced the latest installment of Spider-man called Spider-man Unlimited.

In this endless running game, we play as our friendly neighborhood Spider-man. The world becomes a chaos when there are many Green Goblins who are coming with the super villains across dimensions. This is where all the Spider-men across dimensions are working together to defeat the bad guys.

Things I Like

Well, if you think collections of Spider-man costumes throughout the entire comic book version weren't compelling enough, maybe my list can help you. My first one on the list is the hilarious conversation between Goblin and Spider-man. You have to check it by yourself to be laughing (at least smile) at the conversation.

Don't forget about Spider-man's "WOHOO" voices while running and swinging throughout buildings, accompanied with fast beat tempo background sound. And like many other endless running game, I always love how our adrenaline will be pumped up as we go jumping, sliding, avoiding all those obstacles coming towards us.

My last point in this short list is when spidey have his sky dives moment. It felt really awesome to swing across high building while avoiding bridges and laser. Super cool!

Tips and Tricks

For my playing tips, I got some cards under my sleeve to get you a higher score in your rank.

  1. Play the events. Playing the event will give you quite a generous reward. ISO-8 and if you get a good rank, you will get a free summon ticket, or even get the grand prize, a rare card.
  2. Do as many side quests as possible. Doing side quests are not hard as it have at least an end to it (at least). It also reward ISO-8 upon completion and gives your Spidey quite a boost of EXP.
  3. Watch for the golden bad guys. While playing, please watch out for a gold bad guys, you will notice them as their uniform are way different compared to the original bad guys. When you successfully KO’d these bad guys, you’ll be rewarded with 1 free ISO-8.
  4. Try to punch bad guys as much as possible. To get a higher score, punch the bad guys in a combo. This combo will only last for some time, so make sure you keep punching the bad guys while you have the combo.
  5. Get near miss. Other tricks to get keep the combo alive is to avoid obstacle when it really close to you. This will takes time to master, but once you master it, you can get at least 30 combos non-stop with this.
  6. Finish first issue as soon as possible. When you beat the first issue, you'll unlock team up features. This team up slot will allows you to bring another spidey and increases the score multiplier. It easily raise my high score point, this team up however, only available in the Unlimited and Event mode, not in issue mode.

And as for management tips, I have these tips to ensure you playing this game the right way.

  1. Every Spidey is important as other. Even the common web-head will be useful for you on some day, so save all your spidey at least one type unless you really want to do it for rank up or level up.
  2. Extra cards to level up faster. You can use some useless spidey cards to level up your favorite web-head card. It has been proven giving bigger EXP rather than running like usual.
  3. Rank-up your spidey. To get a higher level allowance, rank up your spidey. This will add another stars in your spidey and allowed to gain more level. To rank, you need to have exact copy of the spidey you want to rank up, plus two random spideys. If you don’t have, you can always use ISO-8 to rank up.
  4. Expand Roster Space. As a starter, the spidey collections only limited to six. To expand this, you only need to pay 1000 vials. This to ensure you save enough collections for later to use.
  5. Earn XP with Spider Ops. You can also get some experience without running. Use this spider ops a lot to get some experience shared among your Spider-man.
  6. Use ISO-8 properly. Don’t use your ISO-8 to continue your running unless (no don’t even think to use it). Use this ISO-8 only to bring another Spider-men, don’t use this to any other thing beside to bring another spider-men, full stop.
  7. Add more friends. Play the events and try to add as many friends as you want. With these friends you can send some tokens and asked token for yourself in return.


To play an endless runner is one thing, but like always, to play endless runner with a theme, especially heroes theme is always awesome. If you’re a fan of Spider-man, you should play this game, if you’re not a fan of, but a fan of endless run, you still have to play the game. Perhaps if you’re not a fan of both, please just try to play this game :)

Spider-man Unlimited 4 Modern Jamming Sep 17, 2014