Clockwork Damage Cheats: Tips & Strategy Guide

Grab your guns, it’s time to go clockwork hunting! Clockwork Damage is twin-stick arcade shooter that is reminiscent of old classics like Tron and Smash TV. Massive waves of enemies are coming after you, so get ready to blast them down with the help of our Clockwork Damage cheats and tips. It’s a brutal world out there but you’ll be prepared!

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Clockwork Damage is all about taking out your threats as fast as possible, and we’ll show you how in our Clockwork Damage cheats, tips and tricks strategy guide!

Get all three medals!

Each mission in Clockwork Damage has three different combat medals for you to obtain. You will need to complete various challenges, like clearing the level under a time limit, kill a certain amount of enemies, and so forth. Each medal is worth a chest at the end of the level, so as you can imagine it is very important to try to get as many as you can.

With that said, don’t be afraid to put a challenge on hold if it’s just too hard or if you don’t have the required item. Some challenges require you to complete the level with a specific weapon or armor, and you just won’t get enough gold on your first run through to purchase the new gear as you unlock them.

Complete Daily Quests!

You receive a set of three missions for you to do every day. These daily quests reward you with a chest upon completion, and it’s mostly gold rewards, which makes them very important. Gold is pretty hard to come by and you will be struggling for it when you start unlocking all of these new guns and armor that you cannot afford!

Open the area chest!

Each area has a set of levels, and if you manage to earn all of the medals on every single level in the area, you will be able to open the area chest. The area chest reward is a big chest containing six rewards in it, including lots of gold, gems, and power ups. This is the final reason why you need as many medals as you can get!

Upgrade your guns!

We believe that your guns should be take priority when you’re deciding on what to upgrade first. Simply put: you don’t need armor if there are no enemies around to hurt you! If enemies are taking too long to kill or if you find yourself getting overwhelmed very quickly, there is a good chance that you are due for an upgrade.

Purchasing new guns is costly, but just wait until you see how expensive upgrading can be! That is why we recommend sticking to one gun when you start out and just upgrading one gun for the time being so that you have a really good gun to fall back on. Speaking of which…

Buy the Super Pump 90!

The Super Pump 90 is the third gun you can unlock, and it’s a close-range spread shotgun. This thing does MASSIVE damage against close targets, and the spread on it makes it extremely useful for taking out large groups of enemies. This thing beats out both the Liberator and Proton Zapper DEW easily, so you should try to get your hands on it as soon as possible.

That’s all for Clockwork Damage! If you have any other tips or tricks to share, let us know in the comments below!

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Jeremy is a Content Writer for Touch, Tap, Play, and has been writing in the games journalism industry for almost a decade now. With a degree in English and a passion for games, he loves to talk and write about all kinds of games. While you can find him covering the latest and greatest games, there is a special place in his heart for RPGs, action-adventure games, fighting games, and anything Nintendo related.

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