Outfit7’s game Talking Ginger 2 is an Android and iOS mobile game that follows up on the original title. In this game the cute kitten Ginger is growing up and he wants you to join him in celebrating his birthday. So what’s the deal? In the course of this game, you can talk to Ginger, play with him, eat with him, record videos of him, and play a variety of mini-games. And when we say “talk to Ginger,” we really mean it – Ginger will repeat anything you say, and even pick up background noises such as doors opening and closing. You can also unlock various rewards and win snacks by spinning the Fortune Wheel once a day.
If you’re familiar with Outfit7’s other “Talking” games, such as Talking Tom Cat, Talking Ben, Talking Santa, and others, this game should be quite familiar in terms of mechanics, but if you aren’t, we have some Talking Ginger 2 cheats, tips and tricks that you can refer to whenever the game feels too difficult for you.
1. Don’t Listen To Ginger All The Time When Unlocking Puzzle Pieces
As far as this game goes, Ginger will tell you to spend your snacks in order to unlock jigsaw puzzles. That doesn’t always have to be the case, as you can play the candle blowing, eating, and party whistle mini-games as often as you need to so you can unlock more puzzle pieces and complete the jigsaw puzzle once and for all.
2. The Game Doesn’t Require You To Spend Real Money
This, of course, should be music to your ears – Talking Ginger 2 does not require you to spend even a penny of your real-world money. If you’re looking for free snacks, the option to watch an advertisement video is always available, and you can do this as often as you need to add to your free snacks.
3. Get More Free Snacks, Here’s How
Snacks, as you may have figured, are the main currency in the game. You’ll need them to unlock puzzles and puzzle pieces, and you will also need them for the eating mini-games. Aside from spinning the wheel, you can also send emails about Talking Ginger 2 or subscribe to the game’s YouTube channel. As we said above, watching ad videos will earn you free snacks.
4. Turn On Child Mode If Applicable
Truth be told, Talking Ginger 2 is mainly a kids’ game. And if you’re a parent who wants to have your children play this game as an introduction to mobile gaming, you’ll want to make sure child mode is turned on. There are some ads in this game that could easily be tapped, thereby using up unwanted data. You don’t want that to happen, so turn on child mode if you wish to let your kids use your device to play this game. Fortunately, there aren’t any micro-transactions, so you don’t have to worry about your kids making unauthorized purchases in this game.