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Threes! Cheats


Tips and Tricks

Threes! isn't a time-based game and it's all about scores.
In this game you're not moving one individual piece at a time - you're moving all the tiles on the table.
The most widely accepted method of doing well in Threes! is to get your high-scoring cards in one of the corner and perpetually move cards in that direction.
The slow slide gesture is a great way of seeing how a move will pan out. Just drag in the direction you’re thinking of going, but don’t take your finger off the screen. Slide back to the original position if you don’t want to make the move.
Match small cards first since they aren’t worth any points when you run out of turns, they have limited matching options elsewhere, and once graduated to a higher value, makes them much more useful to pair up with other cards.





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