Top 10 Puzzle and dragons tips

Consider Clearing One Color at a Time

If you have a chance to eliminate all the bubbles of one color from the board, do it! When there’s fewer remaining colors to match, there’s a greater chance that the next bubble Bob gives you will be the one you need to clear a big cluster.

KIRIMICHAN.

• An easier character to utilize is “KIRIMICHAN.” A lot of North American fans may not be familiar with KIRIMICHAN. – it’s actually a salmon steak. The Ultimate Evolution for this character is “Noah KIRIMICHAN.” This evolved character is based off of the Puzzle & Dragons monster “Noah.” • Noah KIRIMICHAN. is a very good Water (blue) Leader. To get the most out of her, fill your team with Water monsters and connect four or more blue Orbs. The more blue Orbs you connect, the higher her damage output will be. You’ll also do more damage if your overall HP is 50-percent or less. See Also

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Avoid Sticking Extra Bubbles to the Core

Every bubble puzzle is made up of dozens of bubbles that branch off of a central core. On many occasions, your goal is to burst all the bubbles surrounding the core so that it activates. But if you shoot bubbles directly at the exposed core before all the other bubbles around it have been burst, they’ll just attach to it, and you’ll have to waste shots bursting them in addition to the other bubbles.

Use These Beginner Tips to Get Yourself Acquainted with the Puzzle & Dragons

Modojo.com has a few beginner tips that should get you familiar with Puzzle & Dragons’ many mechanics:

– Match three or more orbs of the same color in a row vertically or horizontally.
– There are five attributes. Fire, Water and Wood works like Rock, Paper and Scissors, while Light and Dark are vulnerable to one another.
– You can recover HP (hit points) by matching heal orbs.
– A turn is used each time you move an orb.
– Enemy monsters will attack you after a certain number of turns have passed.
– When there are a lot of enemies, match five orbs for a Mass Attack.

Unlocking the Hardest Trophy on your Way to Platinum

Matching up bubbles to pop is super satisfying, but longtime Puzzle Bobble fans will know that disconnecting large groups of bubbles from the gameboard is one of the keys to success. The same is true in Puzzle Bobble 3D. In fact, there’s even a trophy for making a match that disconnects a whopping 100 bubbles in a single shot. Whoa! If you’re skilled enough to unlock this trophy, you’ll be well on your way to beating all 100 levels in our Story Mode and earning yourself a fresh Platinum Trophy.

There Are Three Types of Dungeons You Need to Pay Attention To

There are three types of dungeons that make up the bulk of your adventuring. Normal Dungeons are…well, pretty normal. Each of those Normal Dungeons will include different tiers. The Special Dungeons focus on different types of legendary dragons that also have multiple tiers, such as the War Dragon and Sky Dragon. Special Dungeons also focus on daily dungeons, dragon dungeons and other dungeons that have different focuses (ex. Endless Corridors). As for Technical Dungeons, the monsters in these dungeons are able to use their Skills against you and your party.

Cancel Your Shot at Anytime

If you’re playing with a DualShock or DualSense wireless controller and you don’t like the shot you’ve got lined up, you can always press L2 to cancel your shot. You can also cancel your shot when playing in VR with Playstation Move controllers. After you’ve pulled back the plunger on your bubble cannon, simply return your hand to the neutral position and release the trigger button to cancel your shot. Cancelling your shot gives you the opportunity to try again for the perfect match or equip a powerup. R/G, B/Y and UNI Color Blindness Accessibility Options

Burden Your Opponent with Bubbles in Duel Mode

Did you know that Puzzle Bobble 3D features a competitive online Duel Mode? That’s right. In this mode, an endless swarm of bubbles will appear steadily rising towards a vortex hovering ominously overhead. The goal is to outlast your opponent by popping all the bubbles before they get sucked up by the vortex. Of course, clearing out bubbles faster than your opponent is the key to winning. But, in traditional Puzzle Bobble fashion, you can make your opponent’s job a lot harder. In Duel Mode, every time you make a match of 20 bubbles or more, you’ll send jammer bubbles directly to your opponent’s gameboard. So be on the lookout for those big groups of bubbles to pop.

Explore the Color Blindness Accessibility Modes

If you’re one of the millions of gamers who are colorblind, you can still enjoy Puzzle Bobble 3D. Just check out the colorblind options in the settings menu to find a color scheme that works for you. We have color modes to accommodate Red/Green and Blue/Yellow color sight deficiencies as well as a Universal mode for those with Monochromacy.