I'm on about level 22 in Samurai VS Zombies Defense. I restarted the game again once, because I got fed up with being stuck on the same level (yea i know).
I remember that spider woman who appears somewhere in levels 39 - 45 was difficult to defeat last time.
What I do is to use the farmers extensively (I have them upgraded to level 7 so far). I use the other people sometimes but only when I really need to. I find that farmers always work the best (so long you have a lot of them).
I know that farmers don't work on the spider lady, so, when she comes what should I do? Who should I use, and what would be the best line up? Who should I upgrade and how far?
I don't want to spend a single cent IRL, so, methods that dont involve real money would be best. Thanks!
What strategy can I use so that I can pass wave 33 in Samurai vs. Zombies when I have maxed farmers and level 4 hero? I have been on this level for very long and I can't pass the stage.
Possible Duplicate: Where can I find an unattractive, overweight woman of leisure? I'm on an assassination mission in Saints Row 3 and I'm supposed to "Grab one of his hos in Henry Street Mills" to get this guy to show up. How do I know who's a ho on the street and what do I have to do to "grab" them?
farmers in the early days, but those guys must have died somehow. Now I probably have a population of thirty or so, but not a single one working the land. The two naturally-generated farm plots are still present. I even built animal pens on the outskirts. I'd like farmers, because they give me the easiest means to earn emeralds. All these librarians, priests, mages, and blacksmiths don't have the best trade offers. Is there anything that controls whether farmers will be generated? If so, how can I get this to occur?
would make up a story about the Evil Magistrate defeating the Steel Samurai. So what really happened? ...In case 3 of the first game, it was discovered that Jack Hammer stole the Steel Samurai costume, and was wearing it when he walked over to Studio 2. According to Cody, he ran into someone dressed as the Evil Magistrate, and they fought, with the Steel Samurai somehow losing. However, not many people were in the studio that day. So who did Cody see defeat Jack Hammer? It's hard to believe
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I have been playing this game, where I had beaten 1/4 enemies in the game. But after that an orange enemy is very difficult to defeat and the other 2 are very strong, so when I concentrate on 1 the others build quickly. What/s the best strategy to defeat all the enemies in the game?
you pick? I'm not too short on money, so I don't have to work with minimal budget. Fixing the machine would be the cheapest, but of course there is the time I would have to use disassembling it + it wouldn't be 100 % sure it would even work + how long would it last? The third option would also be nice, but I don't want to wait that long and I think I won't buy PS4 as soon as it is released, because of the high price. Maybe the 2nd option is the best? What do you guys think? I know this question is opinion based, but perhaps I'm just looking for opinions and experiences :)
-complexity and future-proof solution is to use lighting to prevent spawning where I don't want it. So, when I find a large dark room, how should I light it? Running all over the room and adding torches... the lighting can continue to do its job long after the plugin is removed. Can you provide me with some helpful information to accomplish the task of lighting up large empty rooms? And can you suggest how I would light up with non-level surfaces? (like the sloped roof of the Enterprise, and of the interior rooms) I don't mind using extra torches, but don't want it to be too crowded for aesthetic reasons.
I have started playing Wasteland for the first time and I'm trying to figure out the controls. While the guide has been very helpful, I can't seem to find how to leave a location. For example, I have helped the farmers at the agricultural centre, and I don't know what to do next.