In level 118 of Bubble Witch Saga 2, you need to save seven animals amid all the frogs and bat bubbles on the board. If you still remember from previous levels, frogs add three bubbles on the board for every three moves, and bat bubbles re-attach themselves to the board even though you’ve already hit them.
Fortunately, you also have line blaster boosters and zen bubbles peppered throughout the board. Though this level’s certainly going to be tough, you can conquer it by having a few tricks up your sleeve. Here are some tips to help you out in level 118.
- Goals: Save the animals.
- Moves: 40
- Stars: 1 star = 35,000 points; 2 stars = 120,000 points; 3 stars = 250,000 points
As in any ‘save the animals’ levels, you need to always look for weak spots that will help release the animals in as few moves as possible. Though there are probably no single bubbles holding an animal, there are huge same-colored bubble clusters that you might be able to target.
Make sure that the weak spots you’re targeting are above the animal that you’re saving. It will be pretty useless if you keep targeting bubbles below the animals.
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Both line blaster boosters and zen bubbles will be of big help to you in this level, as they can help get rid of the frogs and some of the bat bubbles on the board.
As always, line blaster boosters also help save the animals, so instead of trying to plod through countless bubbles to release the animals, simply target the line blaster booster above them. As for the zen bubbles, they may not help you with the animals, but they’ll certainly help you in clearing obstacles.
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I know, both the bat bubbles and the frogs are distracting. You might be itching to get rid of them right away, but keep in mind that removing them from the board will not help you reach your goal. Before you know it, you’ve used up all 40 moves and you lost the game.
Focus on your goal of saving the animals, no matter how annoying the obstacles may be. Always be on the lookout for targets that will help you achieve your goal, not simply get rid of the obstacles. Look at the bigger perspective.