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kifreegames, grub guardian

AuthorMessage
Champion
Aug 10, 2009
453
KI,

I am wondering if I am doing something wrong. On one of the grub guardian maps, Lake Nimue, I am not able to see how many snacks I have left in the food bowl because the bombs, food shield and guardian up grade are right over top of it. Is there any way to move those items? Also, How many times can one play GG for the ingame prizes before it tells you, you have reached the limit? Is there any way to get a warning when you are doing the last game you can get in game prizes for? Sorry for so many questions lol


Delver
Oct 11, 2010
270
25 prizes per day from GG game per account.

Champion
Aug 10, 2009
453
Astrologist
Aug 20, 2011
1077
I have been a little bothered by the Bomb/Shield/Upgrade display for a while, I agree. Why can't it be at the bottom of the screen?

Defender
Feb 02, 2014
100
Yes!! That is sooo annoying! As some games it comes really close and I don't have all day to waste finishing a round I already lost my goal target score. Please fix KI, I love Grub Guardian, but this is definately an unnessecary playing obstacle. Try it KI ppl and you'll see.

Explorer
Oct 30, 2011
61
One question Do you have to have crowns to get the packs or just a high score on a hard map

Defender
Feb 02, 2014
100
due3333 on Sep 21, 2014 wrote:
One question Do you have to have crowns to get the packs or just a high score on a hard map
That's like a trick question. Yes you need a high score to earn packs, and your crown balance is irrelevent. Getting a high score is very hard to do if you do not have a high ranked pet, crown purchased minions (sun,star,moon,rose(avalon) or crown purchased emergency methods like grub shield, bomb(mini annihilator), and instant upgrade. Though it is possible, but less likely.

There's some good guides out there if you utilize a search engine taking a few minutes to research the process of achieving a high score.