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Nanny Mania, a game by Gogii Games, is a lot like The Apprentice: Los Angeles, Dinner Dash, Cake Mania and other multi-tasking games where you must get as much done as you can as fast as you can. Though the game may look intimidating in the harder levels, here are some tips and tricks that may get your “game” house as clean as your own.

  • Keep yourself wired. After level 1-5, A coffee machine will appear in the kitchen. The coffee machine can get you adrenalin up which will help you to get to your tasks really fast. With each stage having more and more tasks, taking the time to refill your cup while doing your house work can get you finished with the level sooner than later.

  • Get ahead of yourself, but not too ahead. Something that you can take full advantage of is the fact that you can click as many chores as you can in a row and let your player get at them one by one. Though keep in mind that some things such as laundry, babies, and dinner make you wait for the next task. So don’t get too ahead of yourself.
  • Be aware of new problems areas. After each level, the house will add more things that need to be cleaned. Be aware of the new items so that you aren’t standing there wondering why you haven’t completed the level with an aquarium hiding in a room needing to be cleaned like I have on occasion.
  • Dinner is very helpful. With the family at the dinner table wondering where the food is, you can get a lot of the other tasks done while they aren’t adding to the mess. If you feel you have a ton of chores and they want dinner, take your time and get some other chores done before serving them.
  • You can’t do two things at once. When holding food, baby bottles, dirty clothes, or a laundry basket, a lot of the chores can’t be done. Try to get those items to their next step as soon as you can.
  • Setup an early routine. Some chores will always be there when you start the level. It’s best to keep a routine for the first few seconds. Experiment with different routines for when new chores come up with every new level. This will really help you get a great start in the early stages of the level.
  • Go Room by Room. Some areas have a ton of messes inside one room. Working on all the messes will help you to keep organized your tasks by working on rooms instead of individual tasks. You should also move to the next task-filled room closest to you as crossing the house for one small task is a waste of time.
  • Get things done while you wait. With Dinner and Laundry taking a while to get done, go ahead and get some other tasks finished. You can usually get 2 or 3 tasks finished before the food or Laundry are done.
  • Prepare for messes. Some tasks can be seen a mile away. Kids near the mirror, Dad coming home to change, and a toddler by a bookshelf. Keep an eye on the family for when they are about to mess so that you can take care of it quickly. Keeping a bottle in the bottle warmer will help as the babies actions are completely random as apposed to the rest of the family.
  • Clothes, clothes, everywhere. Make sure that you get all the dirty clothes in one quick swoop so you don’t have to do more than one load of laundry. Multiple loads can get very time consuming and will eat up your bonus points.
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