Hi guest! Welcome to my Evil Fuzzles from Beyond the Stars Game Guide! Have you ever gone to somebody's lookup and seen that there is an Evil Fuzzles trophy in their cabinet, and wanted one for yourself, so you went to play, but couldn't get past the first level? Well, this is the guide for you. This guide has everything from the basics on how to play, to how to score big for mega-points and get a cool-looking trophy.
When you open the game window, you will see three options: Play Game, Instructions, and Music/Sound Off. You should read the instructions if this is your first time playing, but I will go through all of those later. If you have speakers and they are on, you should click Music Off, you should keep the sound on, however, for reasons later stated. If you don't have speakers, then don't worry about it.
Pilot your Walker from station to station, wiping out evil, mutated Fuzzles and cleaning up mines along the way! Use your mouse to aim and fire! Try to hit as many Evil Fuzzles in a row as you can without missing, then click the bonus button for extra points.
Mutant Fuzzles are attacking the Virtupets Space Station!!! You play Zygorax, a third class maintenance worker responsible for waste disposal... but instead of neocola cans and juppie stalks, today you have to dispose of something far far scarier... Hop inside your X-Scrub 4000 Walker Bot and patrol the outside of the space station, using your laser cannons to shoot the enemies. Earn points for each kill, and spend these at the end of each level to upgrade your walker.
Alright, that is the text from the game itself, and now I am going to clarify. Your Walker is the X-Scrub 4000 Walker Bot that you sit in while shooting Evil Fuzzles and making your way from space station to space station. I have labeled the basic things that you MUST know, to play the game, in the image below.
First, is the cursor. This is controlled by your mouse, and serves as cross hairs for aiming your lasers at Evil Fuzzles and Mines. The mines are the little red, bleepy-things, on the ground. You shoot them with your lasers before they explode and damage your hull. Now, the Fuzzles themselves, these things may look cute to you know, but later on, you will hate them with a burning passion. You have to shoot these, too, with your laser before they touch your Walker. For every Mine and for every Fuzzle that you shoot, you will get a point. Now you may think: "How ever will I be able to buy upgrades for my Walker with so little points per round?" The answer lies in a small green box that is called the Multiplier. The Multiplier is your key to getting mega-points and a trophy, or just even your one thousand Neopoints per game. You have to blast as many Fuzzles in a row as you can to get the multiplier up to ten. TEN is the golden number in this game. When the Multiplier Box hits ten, you can click it for an extra THIRTY POINTS! This adds tremendously to your score, especially when you do it over, and over.
Shooting Fuzzles and Mines and getting the Multiplier Box gets you points. But what do those points do? They turn into Virtucreds. These can be spent on items and upgrades.
To redeem your Virtucreds at the Space Station for upgrades, all you have to do is mouse over the item and a box to the right will give you some brief information about it, then click to buy. And on the game play screen, you will have a dashboard that tells you how many of each item you have. Here's the information:
Hull: Add 10 points to your hull integrity. (100 Points Max)
Shields: Shields are an extra cover over your hull worth 20 integrity points.
Droid Repair: Droids constantly give you hull integrety.(Every time you buy a Droid, the price for the next one goes up, but they are well worth the price to have.)
Radar: Radar Warns you of the Fuzzles that come at you from the side.(I think that this is pretty useless honestly. If it is your first time ever playing Evil Fuzzles, dont buy it and then play a round. Then, on your next round, buy it and see if it makes a difference.)
Mega Gun: Upgrade your gun by one level. (VERY IMPORTANT)
Smart Bomb: Clear the screen of Fuzzles with one shot. (Pretty useful in upper levels)
Stun Bomb: Stuns enemy Fuzzles for a short length of time. (I could go either way with these. If you have some extra Virtucreds after you buy the stuff that you need, there is no harm in picking up a few of these)
As you progress through the levels, the Fuzzles will get stronger, and stronger. Well, I say, so should your weapon. The first thing that you should upgrade when you reach the station, is the Mega Gun. Otherwise, you will have to double-click every Fuzzle, and that can get pretty hard. Then, if your hull is getting low, you should buy the hull upgrade. This will heal you hull by 10 points. Remember, though, your hull cannot go above 100).
The game does get faster as you progress through the levels, so I suggest running something in the background, such as the Wheel of Monotony, to slow it down
As you know, killing Fuzzles raises the Multiplier Box. Well, exploding the mines doesn't raise that. So your main focus should be to kill the Fuzzles, and then blow up the mines.
The faster you shoot the Fuzzles, the more show up in each level. That means a bigger multiplier, and more points
At the top-left hand corner of the game screen, there is a box that tells you how far away from the next Space Station you are. You should always be aware of what this box says because you know if you are 200 km away from the station and you have ten on your multiplier, you should wait until it says "Approaching" to actually click it and get more points.
After you get to about level 8, this game gets REALLY fast and intense. Thus, I suggest that you listen to some REALLY fast and intense music! May I suggest Dragonforce, specifically Through the Fire and Flames!!
The game Evil Fuzzles from Beyond the Stars is occasionally in the WC (World Challenge) for the Virtupets Space Station. This means that you can play against other Neopians to get WC map pieces and then convert the map into a fabulous prize!
The Review Score for this game (if you get above this score, it will be reviewed by a Neopets staff member and will take a while to be accepted, where you will get your Neopoints or maybe even a trophy is) 1900. The highest score you can get without it being reviewed is 1899.
This game is the remade version of the original Evil Fuzzles from Beyond the Stars, which you can still play through the Game Graveyard. I hope this guide has helped you. Good Luck!.
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