Crash Delivery is a high-flying game about seeing how far you can get to your delivery destination, while destroying everything your path along the way. Upgrade your truck with the coins you earn to fly farther, boost more, and earn more cash!
Crash Delivery has a limited time Halloween event ongoing to get into the spooky mood. The event isn’t too different from the main game, so we’ll walk you through how to finish it easily in our Crash Delivery guide on how to beat the Halloween event!
How to Access the Halloween Event
To go to the Halloween level, simply tap on the pumpkin icon the left side of the screen. The counter underneath the pumpkin is the time remaining for the event – as of writing the event only has a few days left, so be sure to hurry!
You’ll be taken to a special Halloween themed level once you tap the button. Your objective remains the same: keep launching yourself to get far, earn lots of coins, and upgrade your truck using those coins to reach the delivery point, which is 1,200m for this event.
Completing the Halloween event in time will reward you with a special car themed after Batman’s trademark vehicle, the Batmobile. Plus, you get a special gift too!
How to get more Money
You’ll need to pour a ton of upgrades into your vehicles before you can even think about reaching the 1,200m mark. You earn money (pumpkins) every time you finish a run, and the pumpkins you earn are based on several different factors.
Earned money is collected during the run. Your final distance, tricks performed, and the amount of objects you destroyed are tallied into this total. Extra money is based solely off of how upgraded your Extra Money power up is.
Earned money is broken down into several different things, and we’ll list them all here for you to easily understand.
- Touch Distance is the first point of contact after you launch from the starting road. The farther you go before you hit the ground for the first time, the more money you’ll earn.
- Launch Speed is how fast you’re going when you leave the starting road. The faster you go, the more money you’ll earn.
- Back Flips occur when your vehicle pulls off a full back flip rotation. Back flips are worth 300 money.
- Barrels occur when your vehicle performs a full roll on the x-axis. Barrels are worth 100 money.
- Dives are basically front flips. Dives are worth 200 money.
- All objects in the game are destructible, and the rarer ones are worth more money. For example trees, which are everywhere, are only worth 20 money while the roller coaster is worth 350.
- Final Distance is calculated when your vehicle comes to a complete stop. The amount of money earned is directly equal to your final distance.
Early on, you’ll be relying mostly on your earned money for the majority of your income, but once you get your Extra Money upgrade up to around level 10, you’ll notice that you earn far more with it.
Eventually you’ll start to notice that you don’t really earn that much from the run itself – most of your income later in the game will be from your Extra Money upgrade, so be sure to invest is that early on to reap the benefits. To give you a point of reference, with our Extra Money upgrade at level 30 we were earning 3,000 from earned money and a whopping 10,000 from extra money.
Change up your Vehicle
Try switching to a new vehicle if you feel like you’re not getting the results you need. You’ll unlock new random vehicles every time you reach a certain distance, just like you do in the regular mode.
You can drive trucks, sports cars, ice cream trucks, and more silly vehicles, but these different vehicle shapes aren’t just for show – they actually influence how your vehicle handles.
Lighter vehicles are faster and can gain more distance easily, but since they’re lighter they don’t have as much weight to them and can easily be stopped by obstacles or terrain. Heavier vehicles accelerate slower, but thanks to their increased weight they can plow through obstacles and also bounce off of terrain relatively easily.
Keep Crashing for More Upgrades
Crash Delivery is 50% a time sink and 50% pure luck. You may have good runs where you hit a bunch of objects and earn a lot of money, and sometimes you might just crash right into a hill and stop dead in your tracks.
One thing to try is to use your boost at different intervals. You can just burn all of your boost right at the beginning to give yourself a good start, or you can ration it and see how far you can get like that. Neither option is inherently better than the other, so try and see what works for you.
The good news is that even if you have a bad run you’ll still earn money, and you’ll be able to afford more upgrades. Just keep at it and eventually you’ll be able to reach the 1,200m mark, whether through sheer brute force or a bit of physics-based luck.
To give you another point of reference, our speed and fuel upgrades were around level 50 when we were finally able to reach the 1,200m mark. Once you get there the Batmobile and a 5,000 money reward are yours to use forever in the main game. Enjoy!
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