Today's small series to bring you is to eliminate the stars play system introduction, high score skills. Eliminating stars, formerly known as trendy stars, is a classic elimination game developed by an independent developer named Brian back in 2009. Its official Chinese version was introduced into China in 2004. Since then, the number of users and players of this game has been increasing!. It's different from most games, because this game has no time limit, but that doesn't mean it's easier to operate than other elimination games.
Although the rules of the game seem relatively simple, if you want to pass 10 levels and get high scores, you need to go through careful thinking and detailed calculation. Generally, novices don't have to think about it, but they can also pass 2-4 levels because the scores of the previous levels are low, and many stars of the same color gather together. You can see it at a glance, and you don't need to think about it at all. But because the score of each level is cumulative increase, so the more to the back level, the more difficult to pass, and each level can not be careless. If the score of the previous level is not much, then the pressure of the next level will be great. Each level must reach the required score to pass. Some of the rules of the game is to destroy the stars together, the more stars, the higher the score, the last remaining stars can not be eliminated, the higher the bonus. If there are no stars left, 2000 points can be added and 1920 points can be added if there are only one star left. If there are more than 10 stars left, no points will be added, but no points will be reduced.
Kill the stars is such a puzzle game, it can exercise brain power, test patience. If you don't have a clear idea and enough patience, just random point, there is no fun and play. Of course, it will not achieve the effect of brain training.
Although the game of eliminating stars seems simple, it is not easy to get high scores. Xiaobian introduced to you the game system of eliminating stars, and some high score skills, do you remember?