Toy Story: Smash It! Cheats And Tips
Disney's 3D puzzle game, Toy Story: Smash It!, puts players in control of Buzz Lightyear as the popular hero attempts to knock over blocks with different balls. With 60 challenging stages to master, there's a good chance you'll get stuck at least once. No worries. These helpful hints will send you to three-star glory.
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-Press the left and right arrows to maneuver Buzz in those directions. This allows you to view puzzles from different perspectives. Doing this may reveal solutions you wouldn't have seen otherwise.
-Eliminating aliens is only half the fun. To receive three gold stars per level, you must also collect the floating blocks that spell out the word TOY.
-Did you make a critical mistake? You can always restart the level by pressing the button on the top right corner of the screen.
-Be on the lookout for exploding presents. You can solve many puzzles with one chain reaction.
-Use Balloon Balls strategically. Fit these projectiles in tight spaces and tap the screen to inflate. Keep an eye on the balloon's shadow to figure out its position.
-You may need to break some glass before throwing a Balloon Ball.
-Impact Balls can destroy just about anything. Throw the ball, then press the screen to make it travel in a straight line to the intended target.
-Did you pull back on the screen to throw a ball and don't like the angle? Pull back even further (preferably towards the ceiling) to cancel the throw, or line up the targeting reticule with the white circle around Buzz.
-You'll have a tough time knocking over metal bricks. Instead, search for weak points.
-Don't aim directly for the aliens. They'll put up their shields each time.
-The more three-star scores, the easier it will be to unlock new episodes.
-Always check to see the current ball before throwing. You don't want to waste a Balloon or Impact ball.
-Replay previously completed levels to earn more stars.
-You don't have to knock over aliens per se. You just need to knock over the blocks they stand on.