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Color Bump 3D Cheats: Tips & Guide to Roll the Ball Like a Pro

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For every mobile gamer who likes (slightly) addictive games, we’re here to give you our Color Bump 3D tips and tricks to help you pass the levels quickly and effortlessly, because some of them might prove quite difficult.

If you’re quick to anger, check our Color Bump 3D guide right here below because that’s going to change your whole perspective about the game. It will make even the most difficult of levels seem like a walk in the park, and it’s going to show you just how easy it is to pass that finish line.

Some of the tips we will share below you might already know or learned on your own, but some of them may be new to you! So let’s not waste another second and dive right into the Color Bump 3D cheats and tips!

You’re the master of the ball!

You’re in control of everything. Don’t be scared to make quick turns, slow down or even go quickly! You should try out every move possible, because it will help you learn what all the possible moves are. You can try this at the earlier levels, since they have the least colored blocks, but if you want to try things out at higher levels, who am I to stop you?

Just don’t be scared of restarting a level, because once you master all the available moves you can do with the ball, you will be able to pass them faster than you think!

For example, you might see a huge block of tiered blocks, the highest being a colored one. Try bumping into it quickly, dodging its fall left or right, and testing all the moves you can do. This is not only fun, but will help you master the game in little to no time.

Don’t stay too far ahead

This might have its advantages and disadvantages; for once, you can keep the ball ahead if it’s easier for you to dodge that way. It might not work for everyone, but if it works for you, then go ahead! You won’t be able to plan your next move like this, because the incoming blocks cannot be seen yet, so that’s a big minus from me. 

If you stay too far ahead you might also risk hitting a colored block that was hidden behind a white one, so it might not come easy. If you happen to end up in front, try slowing down your moves and returning the ball to a more comfortable position on the screen.

By going back and forth you’ll make use of all the terrain given to you in the game, so that might help in some situations (like dodging falling blocks for example). Once you feel OK about moving around the area, you will find it much easier to use all the available space.

Adjust the ball’s speed

If you’re impatient about reaching the finish line, you might be doing what I said above: staying super far ahead. If you’re OK with that, then you do you, but it’s not always for the best. In that situation, you might be moving the ball super fast and reckless. You know that you can always adjust its speed, right?

Well, it all depends on how fast you tap on the screen. If you move around at the last second, your moves may be quick but they might not be that accurate. I suggest always having a somewhat average speed with the moves, because some turns are really tight and you don’t want to keep hitting the colored blocks.

Rush for the finish line!

Here’s where you can make quick moves (at least that’s what I like to do). When you have a clear sight of the finish line, you can always spot a linear and safe route and quickly tap the ball there!

It’s fun, but also might help you avoid any last-minute accidents that might occur when you see a few colored blocks right in front of the finish line. Once you pass it, even if the game’s physics brings a block to you, it won’t make you lose. So that’s why it’s ideal that you quickly pass.

The game follows physics

It’s a no-brainer, right? If you know at least some basics of how the blocks reach when you hit them, this game is going to be super fun, and a piece of cake! The thing you need to keep in mind here, if you don’t know it yet, is that blocks do fall. 

Here are a few tips on how to avoid certain blocks:

The blocks that fall (after hitting a tiered comp) can be easily avoided by going back and forth, and securing a safe route. Sometimes it might help just rushing forward, since they can block your path, and we don’t really want that now, do we?

The moving colored blocks are best avoided if you see their pattern. Take your time and don’t rush into the closest empty spot because it might be on their route. Try thinking your moves ahead with these, because they might sometimes get really annoying.

Long plank white blocks can be used to avoid many things. It’s best if you position yourself well in order to keep pushing them in front of you, but be careful because the blocks they move might come back towards you, and that’s when you need to pay extra attention. Whenever possible, use them to your advantage!

Plan your moves (or think at least one move ahead)

I’ve mentioned this before, but it is extremely important especially later on in the game, when levels get longer and more difficult. The best thing you could do is grab a cup of tea and relax, because a clam mind assesses the situations differently.

Planning ahead here means trying to avoid the more difficult routes and seeing the safest ones from afar. Also, using the blocks to your advantage. It’s much easier to plan if you’re not making sudden moves, but also if you keep a somewhat slow pace of the game.

Died at the last second? Watch an ad!

Well, even if you haven’t died right before the finish line, it might help in certain situations. After dying, by watching an ad you will respawn after the blocks that killed you, so it might make things super easy for you by just passing them.

These are all the Color Bump 3D tips and tricks we have for you guys right now, but if you know some other cool stuff that we haven’t mentioned, let us know down in the comments below!

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