Stumble Guys is a multiplayer knockout battle royale action game where you'll participate in fun battles against up to 32 players. You'll have to overcome all challenges to win, striving to knock out your opponents until only one man stands last. It's a title that takes all the best elements from the great Fall Guys to become one of its best clones that you can find on smartphones.
The objective of making it through the game’s levels without “stumbling” is pretty simple. And if you fall, you just have to start again and try to finish the game in all the chaos. But of course, you’ll need more than just running and sliding to overcome all of Stumble Guys’ ridiculous obstacles. To help you out, here are some top tips and tricks to help you win Stumble Guys’ matches.
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Top Tips & Tricks to Win Stumble Guys Matches
Make Use of Character Physics
Certain games are developed with individual characters having specific physics to give players an in-game advantage. For instance, in Apex Legends, Wraith’s Voices from the Void ability lets you hear a voice when danger is near. Stumble Guys is no different.
SG’s characters are designed so you can bump into other players and knock them off the trail or block their paths so they are slowed down. You can even push them off ledges. These actions are all useful in ensuring that at the end of the game, so use them.
Don’t Just Wait; JUMP!
Many of Stumble Guys’ levels are designed with obstacles with the sole purpose of knocking you down. With more time spent on the game, you may find a pattern to how these obstacles operate, so you can predict and wait till they’re gone.
The problem with waiting is that it can cost you the game, and you could end up far behind. So, why not jump instead? Learning to jump over the most challenging obstacles can significantly improve your chances of winning and help you save precious time.
Play to Your Advantage
Running and sliding are the two primary methods of movement in Stumble Guys. There is a third, more sneaky way to progress through levels, though, and it involves using the obstacles to your advantage. You must avoid spinning obstacles in many of the minigames in this game because if you do, you will be sent swerving away in just about any direction.
If you're careful enough, you can position yourself so that these obstacles knock you forward quickly by striking you on your back after you've run past them. Learning the proper technique for using these barriers can help you win a game you may be losing already.
Move Your Camera
You probably think you can’t control Stumble Guys’ camera. You should see the joystick on the left side of your screen, and on the right, you may have the emote and jump buttons. However, you don’t have to stick with the sometimes inconvenient camera angle, especially in modes like Stumble Soccer, which is often far from your objective.
To control the camera, all you need to do is swipe on the right half of your screen, and voila! You can place your view anywhere you like it!
Avoid the Lovers and Boxers
Just like Superman would crumble under the presence of Kryptonite, Stumble Guys has certain elements that could end you. We call them the Lovers and the Boxers, and you can identify them with the heart and boxer emotes over their characters. Under no circumstances should you get anywhere close to players with these emotes.
Players with the boxer emote can punch you out of the game, while those with the heart emote will hug you, then cart you off to be thrown off a cliff. Either way, it’s lights out for you, so you’d do well to avoid them. Besides, players with these emote usually tend to be veteran players, considering you can only get them as some of the last rewards when you use the Stumble Pass.
Let Others Do Your Dirty Work
Elimination matches are straightforward; take out everyone else, and become the last player standing. However, have you ever considered the strategy of just letting your competition take itself out?
Sure, it may sound strange, but focusing on avoiding the other players instead can killing them could better your chances of winning. It’s like sitting back and watching the chaos take over itself while you coast to victory. For one thing, it’s easier, especially in Honey Drop.
Follow the Crowd
They always say it pays to have a mind of your own, but every rule has an exception. Stumble Guys is that exception regarding the obstacle of revolving doors. Chances are you’ll never be able to cross a revolving door alone, but you barely have to lift a finger when there’s a crowd.
You just need to rush in with them. The bigger the crowd, the bigger the push, and the easier it is to get past the revolving door.
Momentum Over Strength
Here’s another tip for beating Stumble Soccer. Instead of relying on your push/ strength to help move the balls into your opponent’s/ away from your net, air dashes are a more practical option. The balls get much farther when you use air dashes instead of running into them.
Save for A Rainy Day
You’ll be tempted to use up your gems on the many skins coming your way. Don’t give in. Instead, save up for the Stumble Pass, which can get you that punching emote we discussed earlier. This way, you don’t have to spend real money.
If you’re all about those skins, there’s usually a free skin every day, so saving up your gems makes sense.
Get Your Game On!
There will be eight games each week; 4 on Saturday and 4 on Sunday at 8 pm. Thirty-two players in each lobby!
NB: All room codes will be dropped 5 minutes before the start of each game.