LINE STAGE Cheats: Tips, Tricks & Strategy Guide


The wacky LINE characters are back in an all new music rhythm game! Dress up your favorite LINE characters and get them ready for the big stage as you tap and flick to the rhythm of super catchy music! LINE STAGE is a rhythm game that tests your musical timing. We’ll help you get the beat down with our LINE STAGE cheats, tips and tricks strategy guide.

It’s all about the rhythm here, so get into the music with our LINE STAGE cheats, tips and tricks strategy guide!

1. If you’re new to rhythm games, ease yourself into the experience!

When you first select a stage, you can choose between Rookie and Veteran mode. Rookie is suited for beginner players; there are fewer beats and they come down the line much slower. If you haven’t played a rhythm game before, I highly recommend starting out on Rookie so you can get used to your inner rhythm! If it helps, tap your foot/move your head to the music. It helps you maintain the beat!

2. Play harder difficulties for more fans!

With that said, once you feel comfortable enough, try moving up to Veteran. Each difficulty mode gives rewards you with a certain amount of fans; the harder it is, the more fans you get. Fans are a passive bonus to your score, and they’re worth different amounts of points. For example, in the first city – Check City – the fans you get are Hams. If the name doesn’t give it away, they’re pretty much humanoid pigs! Each Ham is worth one bonus point. You can check the amount of fans you have by going into your profile on the main menu. Fans are very important to reaches those all-time high scores, so try to get as many as you can!

3. Level up Brown and Cony to increase their skills!

You start out with only Brown and Cony to dance for you. Each dancer has a passive ability that helps you achieve high scores. Brown gives you more points whenever you hit a beat, and the higher level he is the more points you get. Cony’s skill increases the timing window for “Perfect” beats, making it easy to get lots of points. When you level them up, their abilities get better. Leveling them up costs gold, but you should do it whenever you can!

4. Invite friends to LINE STAGE for extra characters!

Leonard the frog and Sally the chick require you to invite your friends to play LINE STAGE, or just outright buy them. You need to invite 20 people for Leonard, and 35 people for Sally. Leonard’s ability gives you bonus points for flick beats, and Sally’s increases the timing window for “Perfect” flicks. If either of these abilities sound good to you, start inviting people!

5. Try on some costumes to show off special abilities!

Aside from the character specific abilities, you can also dress up your dancers! Brown and Cony start out in their sweats, which provides them with no special bonus. Eventually though, you’ll be able to roll in the gacha machine and you’ll get a random a costume! Costumes provide special abilities, for example the first costume I got was Cony’s “Retro” costume, which gives you a bonus to Fever Boosters if you decide to buy and use one.

6. Concentration!

Above all, the most important tip that you can take away from this guide is to focus! Rhythm games always take a lot of concentration, so make sure you can play without being interrupted. Once you get into the groove, you’ll enter the “zone,” and you’ll be extremely focused and in tune with the music. Be sure to turn up the volume on your device so you can hear the music well enough!

We hope that this guide will help you get into the music and dance to victory. If you have any other questions or suggestions, leave a comment below!

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LINE STAGE Cheats: Tips, Tricks & Strategy Guide



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