Stacky Dash is a game about swiping up tiles, then using them to build pathways to more tiles. It’s a pretty simple concept, but there are plenty of things you’re going to have to work out if you want to get the most out of the experience.
Well, actually you’re not going to have to work them out, because we’ve written this guide. It contains all of the hints, tips and tricks you’re going to need to become the greatest Stacky Dash player the world has ever seen. Or, y’know, be quite good at the game.
New players should treat this guide as their indispensable bible. So should older players. Every should, is what we’re saying. So, without further ado, here are the top five best hints, tips and cheats for Stacky Dash.
The most important thing to remember is that you need to collect every tile you possibly can. That’ll make sure that you get across the gap without having to head back and also ensure that you get to the chest at the end of the level. Take your time and collect everything before you move on to the next part of the level.
Play the bonus levels
The bonus levels are a great way to grab some coins, and they’re a lot of fun as well. You’ll need to watch a video to unlock them, but you’ll see your coffers getting massive if you play them when they’re offered.
Watch out for bouncy corners
Things change the deeper you get into the experience. Bouncy corners and arrows will push you in a direction when you hit them whether you want them to or not, so be careful they don’t fire you out towards the exit before you’ve collected every tile that the level has to offer.
Use the portals too
Portals work pretty much as you’d imagine, Swipe into one end and you’ll come out of the other end. It’s usually pretty obvious how you need to use them, but keep your eyes open and make sure you’re not portalling yourself into a tricky situation before you’ve cleared everything you need to.
Should you increase your coins?
There’s not much point in increasing your coins by watching videos. You use the coins to unlock different skins and backdrops, but they don’t really change anything about the game. You’ll get the same puzzlers, you’ll just see them a bit differently.