The stages of Bubble Witch Saga 2 are really difficult and some seem impossible to beat without spending real money on power-ups, but the truth is that every stage can be beaten for free. Although we have already talked some valuable strategy in our tips & tricks article here, it’s time to offer some more advanced tips on how to beat Bubble Witch Saga 2 without spending real money.
So after reading the original article, here are extra tips that help:
1. Add more friends
One of the best ways to keep playing and increase your chances of winning a stage is to have active friends who play the game. They can and will send you free lives, as well as help you unlock the gates to new stages whenever you reach them. This means that you will feel less often the need to spend money on this game. If you don’t have friends who play Bubble Witch Saga 2, you can search for some “add me” pages on Google. If you don’t want to do the searching, we’ve found one here.
2. Aim high and don’t waste bubbles
The higher you can aim, the better, because you increase the chances of clearing a ton of bubbles below. Also, make sure you don’t waste any bubbles when you shoot: if a shot is not clear enough or the ball that you have doesn’t create a match, switch the balls you’re shooting, as there will always be two balls there!
3. Don’t spend the free premium currency and boosts!
It’s pretty obvious, I guess, that you won’t get too much free gold or too many boosts in Bubble Witch Saga 2, and this means that you should make sure that the little the game offers for free is put to the best possible use. Don’t waste your gold on purchasing boosts unless you are really, really sure that you need them. Even more, don’t spend boosts unless you are 100% sure that you will complete the stage. Otherwise, it’s just like throwing money away! The gold can also be used, if you don’t have many active friends, to open the gates faster and unlock more levels. So only spend these premium goods when you get the biggest bang for them!
4. Strategize a bit
It might not seem like much of a game at first, but this one is certainly one where at least a bit of strategy helps a lot. Don’t just start shooting bubbles and making matches. Analyze the board and select a route – the easiest one to reach your objective – to follow. Some of the stages are really puzzle-like, so putting on your thinking cap for a bit will surely help.
So there you have it – a bunch of extra tips and tricks that help you play the game better and without spending any real money. We really hope that you can do it!