Mushroom Wars 2 Tips And Tricks: Best Strategies For Beginners on PC
These mushrooms look cute but they can also be quite deadly in the right hands! The trick of winning every battle is simple: Take the correct decisions at the right times and use your mushroom soldiers with a certain strategy – this will bring you victory in a very short time. There are also a few features in the main game you need to pay attention to. Well, this Mushroom Wars 2 tips and tricks guide will contain everything you need to know about this game: A perfect Mushroom Wars 2 strategy for beginners, and what to do while you are not fighting. Let’s start: We came to this forest to chew some gum and kill some mushrooms, and we are out of gum.
Get Your Free Chest Every 4 Hours
The first trick is the simplest one: Remember to get your free chest every 4 hours. These chests contain lots of useful things, and they are normally sold for real money. Well, there is also a free chest to grab without paying anything, so you should remember visiting the “Shop” every 4 hours to claim your free goodie.
Remember To Upgrade
Most of the players just “rush” to the enemy and neutral buildings. Invading a building does not guarantee victory. In fact, if you do it with too few troops, it may be a very big mistake: You won’t have enough numbers to hold the building against an attack, and you will lower the defense of your other buildings too. Basically, you will place a big “please attack here and break my defenses” sign in front of a building, if you attack and invade them blindly.
Don’t just rush to the empty buildings – that will never work in the long run.
Instead, use your troops to upgrade your buildings. In other words, strengthen your defenses before attacking the enemy. This is especially true for buildings next to your opponent: If you conquer a building like this, the first thing to do should be upgrading it. Doing so will reduce your enemy’s possible routes and may even force him to follow a specific route. And you can always place a defense tower on this route. Clever, right?
This building is very close to the enemy – we should upgrade it before anything else and strengthen our defenses.
Towers Are More Important Than You Think
You must have at least one tower active during any stage of the game. If you see unguarded towers on the map, you must focus on capturing them before anything else. And if there are no towers, consider changing one of your buildings into one – towers are always useful. In fact, by placing a tower onto the right place, you can force your opponent to follow a certain route and put all of your defenses on the same route. Towers on the middle can give you control over the entire map, so if you will transform one of your buildings into one, makes sure it is near the middle.
This seems to be a very good candidate to become a tower.
And now, we can control the battlefield much better: Our tower is in the middle.
Choose The Right Hero For The Job
You can bring a hero to a map and benefit from its special skills. There are more than a dozen heroes in Mushroom Wars 2 and each one has a different skillset. For beginners, heroes with defensive skills are the best: They will improve your defenses and let you fight against the strongest enemy attacks. In this context, we recommend picking Rudo as your main hero, as long as possible. He is a free hero and available right from the start – you don’t need to grind or purchase with real money. Rudo can increase the defense of any building, accelerate unit speed, and instantly take over an unprotected building. It is really the best option at the start: Focus on empowering Rudo before starting to chase others.
You can check the special skills of every hero in Mushroom Wars 2 on this screen.
And we believe you are now ready to start fighting: Take a look at our BlueStacks setup guide too before rushing to the battlefield, because it contains additional tips and tricks. There can be only one mushroom in this forest and it should be you: Go out there and show those shrooms who is the boss! (Yes, it is you.)