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Move the Walls Cheats: 5 Tips & Tricks for Effective Wall Moving

Move the Walls by BeaverTap Games is an endless flyer game that comes with a short and snappy description on the Apple iTunes store – unfortunately for Android device owners, this game is only available for iPhones and iPads as of this writing. That said, the descriptive blurb is not unlike that of many other casual games – “press play, move the walls, collect coins to unlock themes,” then asking what your high score is. You control one of several different characters and move the walls so they can keep flying without obstacles. Sounds simple? It is, but this game can get a bit frustrating at times. Thankfully, we’ve come up with a few Move the Walls cheats, tips and tricks to help you move those walls the right way.

1. Watch Out For Spike Walls

There are two kinds of walls your characters will encounter in this game. The spike walls are the ones you want to avoid, as they’re going to hurt your character with the slightest contact; swipe them away and be sure your characters do not touch them with a ten-foot pole. Cloud walls are far less harmful, and you don’t always have to swipe them to let your character fly unimpeded. However, you can keep swiping them away so you don’t lose your groove.

2. Pay Attention To The Top Of Your Screen

You want to focus on the top of your display, and not the middle or the bottom. If you’re trying to build your rhythm, which, as you may have guessed, is of paramount importance, there’s no better way to do it than by working the top. This lets you see the wall much faster, as opposed to keeping your eyes on the middle of the screen as many are wont to do.

3. Spend Your Coings On New Backgrounds, Wall Colors

As you progress in the game, you’ll earn more coins, and you can use these to buy new backgrounds and new wall colors. You’ll also be getting a new character with each background or colored wall you purchase, but it appears as if the game randomly gives you these characters.

4. Take Breaks

If you’re tired or frustrated, it will show in your game – you’ll be making more silly mistakes and won’t be getting the score you’re normally capable of. In such situations, we recommend taking a half-hour break or so to allow you to clear your head and regroup before returning to the action.

5. Get Rid Of Ads

Move the Walls is one of those casual titles that are, to be honest, best played without any advertisements. You can pay one dollar to remove them for good, or you can play without Wi-Fi or cellular connection, or switch your device to airplane mode – either way, this allows you to play without any distraction. But we’d still recommend playing the game while online (preferably when doing practice runs) as it’s the least you can do to help the developer earn money from the title.