Welcome to my guide that can earn you 40k in only an hour! I can complete the list of games in just under an hour (by like 30 seconds, I timed myself to be accurate.) except the ptera attack game I didn't play, and by the time I was done I had 41,000 Neopoints on hand! For beginners it may take a little over an hour to complete the list of games, but once you get the hang of it, you'll be making 1.2 million neopoints a month, (only if you do this everyday, of course q: ) and 14.4 million neopoints a year! That's alot of neopoints!
(Please note that doing this guide does not include the dailies, bank interest, pet central trivia, etc. You still may do those for extra NP. And I had 0np on hand when I did a "test run" of this guide and timed myself. Just to let anyone out there know who might think I'm lying or they want to try to find ways to make my guide look phony q: .)
(I would also like to note that this guide is for getting the best NP out of playing games, this guide is simply a game guide. This is posted for those who want to come neomailing me and bragging that they make over '100k' a day by RS, Sniping, Stocks, etc.)
Catch the petpet
First off, for catch the petpet, this game is pretty simple and easy. Just click on the target petpet on each screen, play this 3 times and you will earn about 490 NP's each time. 490 x 3 = 1,470 NP's. Once you get comfortable with this game it should not take more than a minute to play each time.
This game is pretty much the same thing as Kiko Match II, except with a better NP ratio. Before you start playing this game, turn animations off in the main menu, doing this will save you a little bit of time and NP. Then, just simply play the game as Kiko Match II. You should complete this game every time you play it. It's not hard and there aren't as many levels as there are on Kiko Match II. If you don't have the paitence to complete the whole game 3 times (which takes about a couple minutes) At least send score by the time you reach the final level. NP's earned playing this game are determined by how quick you are. I get better at it every time. You will usally earn NP from 400-450.
Just send score 3x you don't need to worry about dressing up the neopets q:
(300 x 3 = 900np's).
While the videos are playing on this game, I will usally minimize the window and play another game on this list. And every 15 seconds or so just bring up the window quick to get the next video going. The amount of NP's you earn from this game are random, but I would consider around 2k being an average earning daily from it.
Big time rush crowd patrol
This game is sort of like catch the petpet. It is very easy because the people you have to click on are very easy to spot as they are real pictures, and they are surrounded in bad-quality cartoon pics. q:
It is also easy as the characters are in the same spot on each background. So once you get framiliar with this game, you should be able to complete it 3 times in only a minute. If you don't miss (accidentally click on the wrong person) you should earn about 620 NP's each time. 620 x 3 = 1860np's.
Wheel of slime
Just spin the wheel and you will earn a random amount of NP. If you do this early in the day, you can usally do it again. (8 hour wait till you can spin again.)
Meerca chase II
When it comes to meerca chase II, just do the best you can on this game (: . You won't earn alot of NP from this game, so don't spend alot of time playing it. I usally play on freestyle mode on the fastest speed. (Hard.) Though if you can't handle hard speed, medium is fine too. But I do prefer the freestyle mode over classic, as it is easier (i.m.o.) and you will earn more points from it. (If your not used to freestyle, I would encourage you to get used to it (: .) So I usally die (Run into the wall or a red negg) at around 150-200pts, unless I get lucky with a fish negg or something q:
Really though, just do the best you can. I average out at 150-200pts and get somewheres from 280-350np's each time.
This game is pretty easy. I really can't determine how many NP's you will make from this game, though I would suggest suviving for at least 10 seconds if that's the best you can do. I usally last 15-20 seconds each time and earn somewheres around 600nps, usally 800-900 if I last up to 25+ seconds.
Okay, for this game, I hear from alot of people that they aren't very good at it q: . Once you learn how to play it, it's a piece of pie. Tip 1: Always aim your line / circle thing at the second coin in the air. Tip 2: Pay attention to the power of how far / fast you are going to jump. After the first 3 guided jumps, no jump should be lower than aprox. 55 % power needed, or higher than 85 % power needed. (These percentages are aprox.) I'm not an expert at this game, but I'm comfortable with it to where I don't need to look at the power and my experince / instinct knows where the blumaroo will land each time. But for beginners, pay attention to the power (: . (Don't send score until about 1180pts.) This game may take a couple minutes or more, and you will make 1k each time. 1,000 x 3 = 3,000np's.
I figure most people have this game pretty much figured out. But for those who don't, I will explain how to get 1k each time you play it (: .
First off, it can be a bit tricky going from the stick to the bat. The best time to hit the kass, is at it's highest point possible. Then, hold down the left mouse button (Or spacebar) to where his wings are not flapping as he is ascending. Then, as he starts to descend, let off the button and let his wings flap, which will cause a slower descend thereby making him fly farther. And don't relax yet, because every time he hits the ground, get ready to click the left mouse button / spacebar, (just tap it) and that will cause him to bounce a little higher when he hits. Once you unlock the bat, use this same routine and you should get 1k each time. (Another factor I almost forgot to add is, wait till the flag is at a positive 10 wind speed when unlocking the bat. If it's taking to long to raise, try again by clicking and letting the kass fall out of the tree.) When you're using the bat, the flag only needs to be at 8 to be able to get your 1k. 1,000 x 3 = 3,000np's
Complete the first two levels of this game before sending score. I'm not an expert at this game, so it's impossible for me to get past the 3rd level q; . A tip I follow is if the notes are far away from you, aim your cursor / pointer, a little in front of whichever direction the music note is heading in, and always aim your cursor / pointer, on the other side of the music note. This game may take a couple minutes or more but it gives out decent NP's.
Carnival of terror
This is another game I'm just going to tell you to do your best on. Though I can give you a couple helpful tips: Be wise with ammo, and I never shoot at incoming pies unless I am low on health because ammo is the one thing you run out of quicker than the others. Always aim for their neck which is the killing-shot. Some time ago, I used to remove the clown's arms, legs, head, umbrella, everything before I killed them (lol.) Because I thought I would gain more points. But that's a lie. You get 6 points for destroying the clown, and only 2 points for shooting off their other "robot parts". So try to get them clowns with only 1 shot! And just send your score to however good you can do on this game, because this is one of those games where you could spend alot of time playing and not realize that you could make more NP by playing other games. I can easily relate this game to meerca chase II.
Smug bug smite
To play this game you need to be fast. The first couple levels are easy, but the third one you need to be like lightning q; . Nah, it's not too hard, and if you keep a good eye out, you can see the smug bug brothers' antennae sticking out from behind an object before they pop out and show themselves. So keep that in mind. If you complete all the levels, you will earn anywheres from 515pts to 600+pts. And this game has a 1.00np ratio so however many points you earn is how many np's you get. I usally earn about 550 on average each time. 550 x 3 = 1,650np's. (p.s. , it does NOT matter what weapon you choose, the net, the spray, the sticky paper, are all the same thing.)
Another game to do your best on. (But with the exception of, in your spare time, I would encourage you to practice at this game, which is a requirement if you want to earn more NP from it.) I usally send score (or fail) around 280-300pts. I always play on hard, but if you're not exactly good at the game, you should start on medium. I wouldn't consider easy, because you don't earn NP as fast and it can take alot longer than on hard or medium.
Wicked wocky wobble
Say it ten times fast q: . Lol, I would advise not sending score until at least 150pts. Though, if you're not that good, send score at least at 100pts and practice at this in the mean-time. A tip I go by is, don't catch any of the eleven point objects when starting out. This will get you more points, and save you later difficulty in the game. The time spent playing this game can be un-predictable, but it serves out good NP if you do well.
If your accurate and speedy with the mouse, don't expect trouble from this game. The NP ratio is close to 1.00, so earn as many as points as you can that come close to 1,000. This game is fairly quick. Sorry for those who aren't good at it, because I can't think of any helpful ways to explain the skill of this game.
Don't send score on this game until you reach at LEAST 500pts. I usally earn a little over 600, and I make aprox. 850-900nps each time. 900 x 3 = 2,700np's.
Just do the best you can, but I would consider playing the game until you reach 250pts or more. This should be a fairly quick process and you will earn a good amount of NP.
Just beat the first two levels of this game or send score at around 1,800pt's. 1,000 times 3 = 3,000np's.
This is the last game on my guide I would consider playing. Yes, you can still play it, but it can be a bit more time-consuming than the other games and don't pay-out as well. But still, it earns you NP. When you're playing it, and you get a diff. type of weapon, keep that one, don't be swapping back and forth between weapon types as that will just take longer to get to the final level of each weapon. And I can't be 100 % sure, but from my exp. of playing this game, the fireball weapon seems to be the best, ecspecially when it's fully upgraded.
Extreme potato counter
This game is really quick. If you're not really good at this counting thing, just beat the first two levels which are easy and you will earn aprox. 250-300 NP's. I usally fail on the 4th or 5th level.
If you got the time, play MAGAX II: Destroyer and Danimals blaster to earn an extra 6k in only a few minutes (This will total your daily earnings up to 46k from my guide. P.S., I did not play these games when I did my test run of my guide and timed myself, see top of guide for more info on that.)
Update: Big green help trivia game & Rock bump and bowl sponsor games removed.
Update: These 3 sponsor games added: Capri Sun Peggy's Peelout, Brighter Brushing, and Danimals Double Crush.
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