Brawl Stars Tips & Tricks: the best guide with the best cheats

Brawl Stars is a 3v3 multiplayer online shooting game that also features tower defense and MOBA elements, developed by Supercell for smartphones or tablets. The studio behind it is also responsible for huge mobile gaming hits, such as Clash of Clans and Clash Royale, which can already give you a hint of the enormous quality and hours of fun that this game can provide.

The idea of this game is very simple: join a team with two other players, jump into the arena, and shoot anything that moves. Targets will vary depending on the arena you play in: getting more gems than your opponent, being the last survivor, scoring two goals, breaking a safe, and more. Brawl Stars game modes are as creative as the game itself.

Your characters will get trophies with each battle, giving you access to different rewards. You will also get loot boxes (known as Brawl Boxes), where you can find power points to increase the level of your characters, coins to used to level up, gems, and new brawlers.

The game was originally released in 2017 in a select number of territories and for iOS only. Months later, it was globally released for Android, which caused a worldwide sensation. Today, it is one of the most profitable games in the Android ecosystem.

Playing a game of Brawl Stars is fun and addictive, but it is not easy. You will have to learn a lot about your style of play and your brawlers before you can start thinking about winning matches regularly. But you do not have to worry: with our help, you will be an expert in just a snap.

What is the Siege Mode in Brawl Stars and how to play it

Siege mode is, along with Heist, the mode that brings Brawl Stars closest to the objectives of a MOBA or tower defense game. There is a turret at each end of the arena that the players of each team will try to destroy while defending their own.

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How to unlock and play with Carl in Brawl Stars

As seen with other brawlers, to get Carl, you have to open all the Brawl Boxes, Big Boxes, and Mega boxes you can. To be able to do this, you need to go through the Trophy Road (where sometimes, you can get them as a reward), complete the season trophies (you have more possibilities with the Brawl Pass activated), or buy gems with real money and exchange them for boxes.

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Which are the best star powers in Brawl Stars

We have already commented on other occasions that the star powers are passive abilities that help our characters achieve certain benefits. What we have not yet determined is which of these powers is the best. Well, let's talk about the ones we think can really help us during a game.

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What are star powers and how to unlock them

Brawl Stars skills are passive powers unique to each character that give them a special ability that can cause certain attacks to deal more damage, heal faster, or receive a bonus in some other statistic. They also work as an incentive to increase the level of the characters.

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Who is the best Brawl Stars tank

When comparing the different tanks or heavyweights of Brawl Stars, we have to list them all and analyze them one by one.

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How to get Gene in Brawl Stars

To get Gene, you have to follow a very simple instruction: open Brawl Boxes, Big Boxes, and Mega boxes, as many as you can. To be able to do this, you need to do two things: go to the Trophy Road (where sometimes you can get them as a reward), complete the season trophies (you have more possibilities with the Brawl Pass activated), or buy gems with real money to exchange them for boxes.

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What is the Big Game Hunting Party mode in Brawl Stars and how to win it

In short, the Big Game Hunting Party mode places one player as the stage boss and a group of 5 brawlers who must try to beat it. The concept is very reminiscent of the PC game Evolve, released by 2K Games, where one player took on the role of a mutant monster and the rest took on the role of the various hunters chasing it.

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What is the Brawl Stars Robo Rumble Mode and how to win it

The Brawl Stars Robo Rumble mode is an endurance test; a battle of attrition against waves of robots, who will try to destroy a strongbox that our characters must defend. In essence, this is pretty simple. However, it does not mean that it is easy: as we progress through the game, it will be harder and harder to repel the enemies.

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What is the Brawl Star Survival Mode and how to win it

To put it in perspective, the Brawl Stars Survival or Showdown mode is just that, the way Supercell introduces the Battle Royale to its own game. This mode can be played alone or cooperatively, although the rewards if you manage to win in either mode, will be the same: 34 coins and 10 trophies. It is worth noting that this is the only Brawl Stars game mode where the rewards vary according to your ranking (the lower you are in the ranking, the fewer prizes you will get).

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What are Brawl Stars boss fights and how to win them

Brawl Stars Boss Fights are death matches between a team of three players and a giant robot that releases increasing amounts of smaller mobs that try to kill the players and hinder their progress. To beat this mode, you will need a well-coordinated strategy.

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How to fix connection problems in Brawl Stars

To solve Brawl Stars connection problems, there is little you can do if the issue is external. If the game servers are experiencing abnormal behavior, then it is up to Supercell fix it, and not you.

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How to win Tokens and Gems quickly in Brawl Stars

There is only one method to earn tokens quickly: winning as many games as possible, and completing as many seasonal missions as we can. And what are seasonal missions? Basically, since Supercell decided that a different approach was needed with Brawl Stars, this is something that looks a lot like what you can already see in Clash Royale.

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Which is the best Brawler in Brawl Stars

Choosing the best Brawl Star character is a very difficult task. There is no official tier list that shows the ranking data, so all we can do is try to combine our research with our personal experience in the game.

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How to get Penny in Brawl Stars

There is one way to unlock Penny, one, and only one: by opening Brawl Boxes, Big Boxes, and Mega boxes, as many as you can. To be able to do this, you need to do two things: go to the Trophy Road (where you can sometimes get them as a reward), complete the season trophies (you have more possibilities with the Brawl Pass activated), or buy gems by using real money to exchange them for boxes.

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How to get Frank in Brawl Stars

To unlock Frank, all we can do is open Brawl Boxes, Big Boxes, and Megaboxes. These boxes can be obtained in three ways:

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How to get Leon in Brawl Stars

To get Leon on Brawl Stars, you can only follow one path: open boxes, lots of boxes, lots and lots of boxes. You may think that this is an exaggeration, but you must keep in mind that we are talking about a legendary brawler.

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How to win Trophies quickly in Brawl Stars

To win trophies quickly in Brawl Stars, there is only one formula: win as many games as you can. There used to be a table detailing how many trophies were won and lost depending on the rank of each brawler, but this is no longer the case.

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How to get Legendary Brawlers in Brawl Stars

To unlock legendary brawlers, you have only one possible way: open Brawl Boxes, Big Boxes, or Mega boxes. These boxes are available at the Trophy Road, by unlocking each season's free and Brawl Pass rewards, or by redeeming them for gems that can be purchased with real money to speed up the process.

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How to unlock brawlers in Brawl Stars

To unlock characters in Brawl Stars, we have two methods: by completing the Trophy Road or by opening Brawl Boxes, Big Boxes, and Mega boxes.

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How to get Gems in Brawl Stars

Brawl Stars gems are a type of currency that you get by paying real money, and you can exchange them in the game store for customization options for brawlers and more. Virtually, everything that has to do with progressing faster in the game.

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How to get Star Points in Brawl Stars

Star Points are a type of currency that you can see at the top right of the screen:

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Which Brawlers are the best for each mode in Brawl Stars

It is not the first time we say that each brawler and its skill set are more or less useful depending on the scenario. Here we will learn about it.

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How to win matches in Brawl Stars

To start winning games as soon as you land in the Brawl Stars arena, follow the tips below.

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How to start playing Brawl Stars successfully

To start taking the first steps in Brawl Stars, it is advised to adhere to a series of common-sense rules, detailed below.

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How to use Brawl Stars and how it works

The interface of Brawl Stars is really intuitive, but maybe, the users less experienced in games need an explanation. First of all, you should know that you will appear in a training arena, where you will have to learn the basic controls. The game will explain it well enough, but just in case, the button to move is on the left of the screen, and the button to shoot is on the right:

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When did Brawl Stars come out?

The project of the creators of Clash Royale to mix a third-person shooter with MOBA was one of the most popular mobile games in 2019. Today, it is considered one of the best games in Android, where millions of players battle each other every day in its arenas.

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How to update Brawl Stars

To update Brawl Stars, you have two methods available: through our servers, or Google Play. We will show you both cases.

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How to install and uninstall Brawl Stars

To install Brawl Stars, you have two methods: from Malavida, and Google Play. We will also show you the easiest way to uninstall the game, a method valid for any other app.

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What is Brawl Stars?

To define it quickly, Brawl Stars is a video game for Android and iOS where teams of 3 characters (known as brawlers) face each other in different battle arenas, with different game modes. This is a third-person shooter where, through the Internet, we will play in teams against other players.

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July 27, 2020 (Updated July 30, 2020). Translated by Manuel Sánchez