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Puffle Rescue Tips!

By now many of you have probably tried out the new Puffle Rescue game in the Mine. If you haven’t, I definitely suggest heading down and trying it out. It’s a lot of fun and very different from other Club Penguin games.

For everyone who’s trying to get the hang of the game, I thought I’d post some suggestions and tips that have worked for me so far.

1. Look before you leap… or swim.

It helps to look ahead and plan your jumps. Remember that while you only have a little time to act, looking ahead and waiting for the best chance works well.

2. Sometimes ‘close’ is close enough. 

If you mistime your jump, or if you need to make a fast leap, you can still land safely even if your aim isn’t perfect. You’ll grab onto moving platforms automatically if you’re close enough…

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3. Watch for new challenges.

At first, each level you reach will introduce a new challenge. Be cautious – there are tons of break-away platforms and ice chunks, along with sharks, bumpers, cannons and more. Pay close attention until you master all of them…

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4. Last but not least, a few hidden tricks…

Have you tried standing on the mine carts until they leave the screen yet? Try it out! And if it gets too dark for you in the mine levels, remember that standing on the black and white check points will give you more light

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