1. Before the appearance of chickens, small animals are less than one color, so it's easy to combine them into special effects. Don't eliminate the small animals beside the eggs;
2. If the level interface is very small, don't eliminate the small animals beside the eggs piecemeal, which will make the game interface disorderly. First, eliminate the eggs to the state that they are about to hatch. Attack the eggs with special effects at one time, and a large number of chickens can be combined into special effects and broken eggs again;
3. When the game interface is large and there is no venom, take a look at the total number of chickens that need to be eliminated in the clearance requirements, and then calculate how many eggs need to be smashed. Don't smash too many eggs to cause too many chickens in the game interface. This will not only waste steps, but also damage the game situation and affect the clearance. Just let enough chickens randomly distribute, and then use powerful special effects to eliminate the chickens. If there is a magic bird, you can try to move the chickens to the side of the magic bird, and then eliminate them at one time;
4. When the game interface is large and the venom is poisonous, in addition to using the method described above, we should also pay attention to the chicken being swallowed by the venom and replenish it frequently;
5. When the ice in the corner is really hard to eliminate, we have to try to smash eggs and throw chickens.
1. Try to use special effects when you rush through the pass, and make the golden pod fall by the way;
2. When the golden bean pod is near the top, it will be sucked away by the flying saucer. At this time, we can't make the golden bean pod fall by the way of the horizontal line effect and the magic bird effect. The combined effect just makes up for the lack of the sky, and the Golden bean pod won't fall;
3. When calculating and combining special effects, you need to calculate the transposition of golden pod and small animal, and you can even wait for it to move many steps to complete a combination.