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  • Developer: Chillingo Ltd
  • Publisher: Chillingo Ltd
  • Genre: Action
  • Release Date: Jun 7, 2012
  • ESRB: Not Set
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Solution/tips for level 35

Stuck on level 35. There are two castles ... One stone in front (2 or3 layers deep) and a wooden one completely out of sight behind the stone castle. I have tried lobbing balls over the stone onto the wooden one but totally overshoots the wooden castle. The regular balls have no effect on the stone castle. If I choose a special ball, I only get one and it Ames care of the stone castle but then I have nothing for the wood castle. HELP!!! THANKS

Jann, Jun 13, 2012
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Answer from: Dedinsky
You have to lob them over. Try Switching up the angle by adjusting the cog on the right of the arm on the catapult. It's all trial and error

Posted: Posted: Jun 15, 2012

Answer from: Sherl
I used the lunar storm magic, did it with one ball. Just hold off tapping it until the last minute.

Posted: Posted: Jun 16, 2012

Answer from: Alexzander
I pulled the cog almost all the way back but when I pulled the rope back I pulled it about half way and lobbed it over

Posted: Posted: Jul 7, 2012

Answer from: J-Bob
On level 35 trial and error is the way to go as answered by others as well. Adjust tilt quite high and try angles and power to hit the closest corner of the building, about half way up on the wall. Just tried it again and it took me about ten tries to get it in one shot.

Posted: Posted: Aug 26, 2012

Answer from: WickedWitchQA
This level requires very fine control. Tilt the catapult, aiming high and pull back with a light strength aiming slightly to the right (pulling the ball to the left). It helps to use the wall as a fine tuning tool by remembering where you hold the position before launch.

Posted: Posted: Sep 3, 2012
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