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Simply drag and release the shark's tail with your finger to launch him at the ducks! Dispose of the ducks and grab the coins with the fewest jumps possible to earn 3 Stars! Make your way through 96 levels and 4 different environments! Complete tons of missions & unlock loads of achievements! Play with 4 different types of shark, each with their own ability! Grab enough coins and you can upgrade the appearance of your sharks with cool, new skins!
Overview-Estimated achievement difficulty: 2/10-Estimated time for 200: 2-3 hours-Minimum playthroughs: 1 (level select)-Offline: 20/20 (200)-Online: 0/20 (0)-Missable Achievements: 0 (level select)-Unobtainable Achievements: 0-Does difficulty affect achievements: No difficulty option-Cheats disable achievements: No cheats-Glitched achievements: 0-Extra equipment needed: Windows 8 PC or TabletIntroductionShark Dash is a 2D physics-based puzzle game in which you are tasked with destroying ducks in a bathtub with different types of sharks. The sharks are launched in a technique not unlike Angry Birds, but you can re-launch them even after making impact. There are 108 total levels across four worlds. The challenge is to get all three stars on each level. One star is earned for killing all the ducks (which completes the level), one for collecting all of the coins scattered across the level, and one for completing the level in a certain number of shots. Luckily no achievements are directly related to these stars. Currently the game is listed at $1.99 in the Windows 8 Store.Step 1: Play through the levelsPlay through the levels up until Hotel Level 21. You need 100 stars to unlock the Hotel world. Otherwise, you can ignore them completely. This is the last level that is needed for the miscellaneous achievements. See the guide if you wish to earn the miscellaneous achievements along the way. Many of them will come with little to no effort and without trying.Step 2: Mop-up miscellaneous achievementsComplete whatever miscellaneous achievements you may have left. There may be a lot, but they can all be completed in a very short amount of time on specific levels. See the guide for the best levels and strategies.ConclusionShark Dash is a simple yet fun Windows 8 game and is currently the cheapest and one of the quickest to complete. Luckily none of the achievements are directly related to earning stars. This makes the game a breeze. All of the achievements can be earned with little trouble in less than 3 hours.
Inflatable blocks are transparent colored and they look like ice cubes. You'll encounter the first one in 5th level (Home). You need to shoot the shark through the block and it will break. As soon as it breaks, you get the achievement.
This is one of the trickiest achievements in the game. The best level to attempt this on is Home Level 11. You need to fire the shark at full power towards the closest group of three underwater ducks, aiming for the middle one. Your Shark will eat all three of those ducks. You also need to time it so the green soap block that automatically falls at the beginning of the level hits your Shark while underwater to push it to eat the other three ducks. This will take many attempts just to get the timing right. See the picture below for the best angle.
In level 10 (Japan) you will need to release a beach ball under water to launch it into a tunnel and it will push the 2nd shark into the mines and you get the achievement. You're going to be aiming like this:
As the father of the family, there needs to be a disaster to start any story, and here the kidnapping of your wife and child by the evil plastic ducks is the catalyst. So in a fit of rage and anger, you set out to get your family back by doing what sharks do best.
Storyboarding over, it's down to the game. To control the shark you simply slide your finger back from his body, and let go to make him jump in that direction. Just like the slingshot in a certain avian game, the distance your 'pull back' gauges the strength you put in the jump, and the direction is determined by the angle you create with your finger.
It's all rather simple, and thanks to countless games before it, very easy for users to understand what is going on. One interesting point in terms of the physics is that there is a lot of air resistance on show here. It means that your shark will quickly drop to the ground, and will slow down rather quickly. To be honest, this is perfect and feel exactly like the sort of result you would get if you were throwing a physical bath toy.
The best way I can describe this game is Angry Birds meets Jaws. In Shark Dash! players have to aim and shoot a shark at coins and ducks and catch them all with as fewer tries as possible. The graphics of the game are awesome and the diversity of the levels is one of its best features.
Shark Dash - in this arcade-puzzle game with elements of physics, in gameplay reminiscent of the famous Angry Birds, the main characters are rubber toys bathroom, namely shark and her pals, as well as harmful with rubber ducks. In the story, the ducklings hooligans brazenly invaded the habitat of sharks, and kidnapped the girlfriend of the protagonist, while they themselves unceremoniously bathe as if nothing had happened! This angered all aquatic life - sharks,saw-fish saw-fish, fish-hammer, diver etc. and of Course a shark will rescue his soul mate, and you need to eat as many rubber ducks. Gameplay is simple - pull the shark's tail and fed to the ducks. 96 levels in 4 locations, from Japan to Rome, coins, bonuses and different appearance of the hero!
You cannot ignore the importance of the dash cam memory card when it comes to collecting evidence in a car accident. Imagine, how dreadful it is if the scene of the terrible collision was not recorded nor saved in the dash cam's storage, only because the micro SD card is full. Anyway, it's extremely urgent to clear up the filled micro SD card (known as TF card as well) that is used by a dash cam in a car. To get rid of a continuously filling up memory card, there are some workarounds here that worth trying.
Almost all dash cams are featured with a 'Loop recording' function. When the memory card storage reaches full capacity, loop recording allows for a continuous recording by overwriting older files. This feature itself is designed to completely solve the SD memory card storage problem so the dash cam will be always recording even if the SD memory card reaches full capacity.
So, when your dash cam memory card says full, make sure that you didn't delete savings in the card storage by yourself, and the loop recording is turned on. Based on the fact that the loop recording is on, set the time of loop video to be shorter, particularly when you are using a low-capacity micro SD card. For example, you can choose from 1/2/3 minutes or 3/5/10 minutes mode on different dash cam brands. That is to say, choosing 1 minute over 3 minutes of loop recording time is better.
When your memory card gets full, try to connect it to a computer. Some dash cam is with WIFI enabled, which enables you to connect the dash cam directly with a phone/tablet, to transfer useful videos from the dash cam to your mobile device. Afterward, go to format the memory card in the dash cam.
Don't have WIFI feature in the dash cam? You need to connect the dash cam memory card to a computer. Transfer the useful video clips to other storage devices as a backup. To achieve a full format on a computer, you can format SD card using Windows, CMD and a formatting tool.
Car owners should be very familiar with those dash camera brands, like Garmin, Nextbase, Thinkware, BlackVue, TaoTronics, Pilot, Binatone...But did you choose the right one? Not really if you insert a wrong micro SD card (formerly known as TF card) in it.
Technically speaking, the best dash cams have similar technology to one another, and they are all using a micro SD card to record and save continuous footages while you're driving on the road. To achieve the best performance of a dash camera when recording, the read/writing speed of the memory card is of vital importance. And, the ideal SD card that you should use in your dash cam should be Class 10 Write Speed. According to the 'best micro sd card for your dash cam 2019' research, the highly suggested card you should use in your dash cam includes:
Swapping hungry sharks for Angry Birds (Free) and googly-eyed ducks for slovenly hogs, Shark Dash oozes personality. Each level takes place in a tub filled with a mix of bath-time implements: Salts, soap bars, plastic rings, beach balls, and several unique props like explosive mines and inflatable blocks that burst at a touch.
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Hungry Shark Evolution is a game that lets you take control of a greedy shark whose life consists of eating all day long. Your mission is to guide him towards schools of fish, turtles, swimmers, and any humans that are around so that he can satisfy his ferocious appetite.
In Hungry Shark Evolution, you live the life of a shark, starting from its "tender" childhood up until it becomes a true predator. Your shark's only concern in life is eating, so you need to help him find something to satisfy his constant hunger. He isn't particularly fussy either and won't hesitate to put anything in his mouth. He will even devour poor swimmers and fishermen.
Take him to explore the sea and find food to prevent his hunger bar from running out. Be careful though, as there are certain things he cannot eat. Getting close to jellyfish or porcupine fish can be fatal to his health. The shark must also be mindful of his surroundings and fight multiple enemies to survive. 2b1af7f3a8