Hint #1 - Speedy Teatime: Beware The Indigestion
When going after food, focus on the color black. The color black does not appear on the cake, so seeing it makes it easier to avoid.
Hint #2 - Smash Ride: Changing Into The Fray
It takes less than two seconds to change up your Kirby for a more powerful assault. Focus on making all attacks charged power attacks to
achieve the best results.
Hint #3 - Smash Ride: The Edge Of Reason
Charging up Kirby before shooting him at Squeaks and opponents to knock them off makes knocking them off easier, but know where you are on the
platform at all time. If your opponents/computer characters knock you off, they score. If you fall off own your own, they don't score points for it,
but you do lose a few preious seconds each time.
Hint #4 - Smash Ride: Doubling Up
You'll always have more than one potential target, but if you pay close enough attention and aim when two Squeaks/opponents are right next to each
other, you can knock off two (or more!) at the same time.
Hint #5 - Treasure Shot: Rapid-Fire Strategy
If you wait long enough to see which item is coming out of each treasure chest before firing, you'll end up giving your opponents (and the
computer-controlled Squeak) enough time to beat you to the punch. Instead, constantly roll balls. If there's nothing particular to aim at, aim at a
treasure chest without anything above it. As long as you're constantly rolling balls at treasure chests, it's quicker to change direction than it is
to start up from a period of not rolling any. Just remember: don't hit those bombs.
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