Happy Printer is a game that doesn’t really have anything to do with printing. It’s pretty happy though. The key to success here is typing – but there’s more going on than just bashing on your keyboard, you’re going to have to be smart as well. How smart?
Well, smart enough to look for a guide to help you out. A guide like the one you’re reading right now. It’s packed full of the best hints, tips and cheats for Happy Printer. Read this and you’re going to be winning every single time you pick up the game.
Even if you’ve been playing the game for a while, we reckon there’s going to be something here that’s going to help. So, without further ado, here are the top 5 best hints, tips and tricks for Happy Printer.
Type as fast as you can
This first one sort of goes without saying, but speed is the order of the day here. You also need to be as accurate as you can be. So, really you want to type as fast as you can without making too many mistakes. Some of the levels in particular need you to take your time and make sure you’re spelling the words just right, but more on that later.
You need spaces
On the levels where there are long sentences to type, you need to put the spaces in between the words. This is really important – if you don’t put a space in, you’ll just be tapping letters and not moving forwards. Keep an eye on your character to make sure you haven’t stopped moving.
When you make a mistake it’s really tempting to hit the delete button. The problem is, it won’t do anything to help you out. Instead, just check the screen to see where you’ve gone wrong and start typing from that point. It’s a hard habit to kick, but you’ll nail it if you keep paying attention.
Know the levels
Some of the levels need different skills. There are ones with walls with words on that you need to type to smash, others where you need to spell a word correctly to stand on the correct door of three. Once you’ve got to grips with a level, make sure you remember it for the next time.
Keep one eye on what’s happening ahead of you – that way you’re always going to know what to type next. That’s super important, especially on the levels where you’re typing sentences or smashing through walls. You should always be looking to the next challenge or the next obstacle.