The Apple iTunes Store is well-known for giving apps and games short and punchy descriptions that say as much with considerably less than what you’d see on Google Play Store blurbs. That said, the iTunes Store’s summarized blurb for Virtual Beggar says a lot when it mentions that your goal as a player is to help this beggar out of “the poverty”. It’s a tapping game not unlike Bitcoin Billionaire and other related titles and what you’ll basically be doing is helping your beggar in his rags-to-riches story, amassing money and becoming a business magnate along the way. So how can you speed up this story and earn more money faster? We gathered five Virtual Beggar cheats that may help you out to this end.
1. Use As Many Fingers As Possible When Tapping
The most fundamental aspect of this game is the tapping – the more you tap, the more you earn, the more chances you have to get rich and get your beggar out of his rut. This means you’ll have to tap as quickly and as frequently as you could, and use more than just one finger. We personally suggest using two or three fingers, as the more fingers used to tap, the more money you can earn through the basic act of tapping your display.
2. Focus On Coin Upgrades First
Aside from Coin Upgrades, you can also take advantage of Pets and Places Upgrades and Power-Ups, among general upgrade categories. But since tapping is what this game is about, Coin Upgrades would be the first area you should focus on, as this allows you to increase the amount of money you earn per tap. In addition, you can also boost your Passive Coin Upgrades – these would allow you to earn money even if you don’t tap on your screen. Look for the most profitable of these upgrades and buy them while they’re still cheap, as pricing can rise rather quickly.
3. Work On Your Power-Ups Next
Power-Ups would be the second area you should look into once you’ve taken care of your Coin Upgrades. The Rush Hour Upgrade is probably the best Power-Up to take advantage of; from the name alone, you can tell that this upgrade can make you a lot of profit. As for the other Power-Ups, they aren’t bad at all, but you’ll only want to check them out once you’ve got some extra coins to burn.
4. About Business Rooms
As you rise from filthy beggar to rich guy on the up-and-up, you’ll have a chance to unlock three business rooms. Once you do – and you’ll want to do this as quickly as possible – you’ll have to hire workers. But don’t be afraid to spend on hiring new blood, as cheaper workers tend to work less, and earn less profit as a result. Generally speaking, more expensive workers earn more, but if you don’t have enough money to spend on an expensive worker, it makes sense to hire cheaper workers and fire them once you can afford to purchase a better, more expensive one.
5. Don’t Forget Your Pets
Buying pets would make people drop higher-value coins, though you should only look into buying a pet once you’ve amassed all the essential upgrades, including the aforementioned Coin Upgrades and the Motel. However, you can also pass up or de-prioritize on buying pets if you don’t play the game too often, as they only come in handy if you stay in the game.