Saving 12 pets can be challenging in such a small Pet Rescue board, especially since your pets are locked in various colored cages. Another problem that I noticed is that the block colors are different from the cage colors, making it harder for you free all the pets and achieve the level objective.
Fortunately, you have two paint brush boosters free for use, and these are the same colors as those of the cages. If used properly, these could be the key to winning this level. After all, all the caged pets are located at the bottom of the board, so all you needed to do is free them. Here are some tips that might also come in handy.
- Objective: Save 12 pets.
- Moves: Unlimited
- Score: 20,000 points
It might be tempting to use the paint brush boosters right away to blast large groups of blocks, but this will not serve your best interest. Like I said, the cages do not have the same colors as the blocks, so it is important to use the paint brush boosters for the blocks near the cages. Color them the same way as the cages so that you can easily remove them.
That being said, strive to drop the paint brush boosters near the cages so that you can use the surrounding blocks to connect them. Make sure that they are not sandwiched between cages because they would then be rendered useless.
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Blasting large groups of blocks is always very helpful when it comes to increasing your score. Even if you don’t manage to clear the whole board, you can rest assured that you’ll reach the target score if you keep on making large block matches. But in case you manage to clear the whole board, you’ll get 20,000 points as well—already enough to pass this round.
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By now, you may have already noticed that every time a column is cleared, the other columns move to the left to close the gap between two columns. This kind of phenomenon will work well to your advantage because it often brings together same-colored blocks or cages, making it easier for you to free up the pets. Try to work near the middle columns so that you can take advantage of the columns’ movements.