Scrat’s hunt for his favourite acorn has opened a crack in the Earth’s crust, sending the animals scurrying for safety. So it’s Manny, Ellie, Diego, and Sid to the rescue! Help the herd regroup and rebuild their vibrant community in Ice Age Village available for free on iPhone, iPad, & Android.
And for those of you already playing, we put together a list of the best tips and tricks in Ice Age Village. When it comes to IAV, it’s all about the acorns. So start stock piling them with these great tips and make your village the baddest in town:
Playing with friends is better!
Invite your friends to play & make new ones on the Ice Age Village forums. Once they’ve gotten started, you can stop by their towns and “like” their handy-work daily. You will give them reputation points and goodies just by saying you think their village is awesome! And as their reputation gets better, their gifts get better too. 😉
You can also leave them special gifts including coins and acorns. And don’t forget to watch out for Scrat while you’re visiting. If you catch him, he will give you extra coins every day.
To the North!
As your village grows you will need to expand. Try to get expansions that have decorations, so you can use them in your town. Big decorations like “Scrat in Ice” or a “Fire King Scrat,” will give your families a great bonus!
If you don’t have enough coins or acorns to get an expansion, but you’re still out of space, you can put away the families/fun stuff that give you the least coins and replace them with better ones. This will help you get more coins to expand. You can always replace the items later. They’re stored in your Inventory in “Collections.”
Pretty and rich ..Pretty rich?
Speaking of decorations, placing them throughout your village will make your village look awesome, and also give your animal families & buildings a coin bonus. Try to place your best decorations (we recommend the Carnivorous Flower) near the families that cash out the most. You’ll be racking in coins in no time!
Wait, where’s the last 3 tips?! Don’t worry, check back tomorrow for the rest of our awesome tips and tricks! I think your animals can wait 24 hours…