Meshed cages will be your main enemy in level 320 of Pet Rescue Saga. In fact, you will notice that there are metal blocks at the bottom row which actually enclose colored blocks in mesh once again, regardless of whether you have just removed it or not.
Fortunately, you have line blaster boosters at every column. You also have the chance to activate rocket boosters, which will be quite easy since you only have three block colors on the board. If you want to know how to get to the next level, here are some strategies for level 320 that might help.
- Objective: Save 6 pets.
- Moves: 35
- Score: 15,000 points
The first thing that you need to do in this level is to release the line blaster boosters from their cages. Otherwise, it will be physically impossible to save the pets without the help of these boosters.
You can remove the mesh enclosing them by making moves on the color blocks above them. Actually, this is pretty easy to do, so make sure that you release these boosters with as few moves as possible. Remember that you are limited to 35 moves in this level.
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Once you have released the line blaster boosters, wait for them to aim at the pets before activating them. This will remove the mesh surrounding the block where the pet is standing on, but not the metal box at the bottom row. To completely remove this, you have to activate the rocket booster on the same row as well.
Boosters are the only way to get rid of those metal boxes that make even more meshed boxes. Just keep on repeating the line blaster and rocket booster combo as necessary until you have saved all six pets.
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In order to make sure that you are able to use the rocket booster, always aim to destroy large clusters of same colored blocks. That way, the rocket booster will be charged in an instant, enabling you to use as many as you need in the span of 35 moves since you need these rocket boosters to remove the metal boxes at the bottom row of the board. There are only three block colors on the board, so making huge groups should not be a problem.