Ready for more casual titles? If you are, then Don’t Get Wet might be worth checking out on the Google Play Store or Apple App Store. According to developer Twodoor Games, this is a “game of rhythm, hand-eye coordination, and hair-pulling action.” You’ll be controlling two “cute critters,” with a maximum of eight to choose from, including unlockables, and your goal is to prevent them from getting wet, hence the title of the game. If ‘80s whimsy is what you’re looking for in your mobile game, then this would be a good title for you, though we should warn you that it can get very, very addictive. Preventing these two critters from getting wet is a lot harder than it sounds, as you’ll be controlling them simultaneously.
If you’ve already played this game, chances are you can relate with what we just said, but in any case, we’ve got 4 Don’t Get Wet cheats for new and experienced players alike, that can help all of you in earning more awards and scoring more points while keeping your characters from getting wet.
1. Don’t Get Wet…By The Drops You Avoided
It’s one thing to make sure your characters don’t get hit by the incoming drops of water from above. But you may find yourself too trigger-happy after doing so, and end up stepping on some water that had just dropped after you avoided it. If you step on this water, you still get wet, and that’ll be the end of your game. In short, look up and down when trying to avoid water and you’ll have a better chance of success.
2. Control One Character At A Time
Sometimes it’s a good idea to use two fingers when playing a mobile game, and sometimes it isn’t. This is one instance where it isn’t. Of course, if using two fingers to control both characters works for you, that’s well and good, but newer players may want to focus on one character at a time, so as not to get confused.
3. Changing Characters Could Help
Don’t Get Wet is a casual game, which means that all eight characters in the game are only different by means of their appearance. They don’t appear to have any special skills or powers – they just look different. But sometimes, players do get burned out by controlling the same character all the time, so don’t hesitate to change your character if it means freshening things up a bit.
4. When All Else Fails, Ask A Friend
It’s actually a common-sense tip, but our final Don’t Get Wet tip would be to have someone else, maybe a friend or family member, help you play the game, with each of you manning one side of your device’s display. Furthermore, it can get a bit boring to play the game by your lonesome; there is a reason why developers are pushing multiplayer modes harder than ever before, and that’s the thrill and replay value of playing a game with someone else.