If you play Fall Guys and really want to win some games, there are some tips and tricks that will help you win the game, but they are not always fair! Let’s check it out.
So, you’ve probably been irritated at SeeSaw. In case you didn’t remember what it was, it’s this:
First of all, if you were on the other side of that (the left side) , you’d be f*in p*ssed. “Why does the seesaw not come down? do i have to go back all the way around to the right side bridge? why do people keep throwing themselves, falling down, and causing the seesaw to forever be unbalanced?”
and while you’re on the right side, you’d also be f*in p*ssed. Not true to example but you could think “why the f I keep falling down, this seesaw is TOO steep to even walk on, I keep sliding down to my death everytime i get on”
This tip is for people on the right side first. You might not trust me but you can do the jump and not fall, as long as it’s not STEEPER than the picture of the pink one provided actually it can even be steeper than the picture and this will still work and helps the most in that situation.You need to try to find out. Here’s the trick: Jump-Dive once to the direction of the high side, and keep walking to the higher side of the seesaw. I know what you’re thinking, “this is a bad idea. Diving makes me fall flat on my face, on a slope that’s gonna make me slide off, I can’t go the other side, let alone land and stand”.
I’m telling you, it’s not. You need technique to perform this jump. When the seesaw is high on the left, you should jump DIAGONALLY from the right to the left, or even try to make your jump as horizontal as possible (aligning yourself with the seesaw shape). I will illustrate my point with Microsoft Paint:
That is fall guys physics at it’s finest. And it turns out that knowing this helps a lot in See Saw. Look at what happens in both examples. The top one is what you should do. If you Fall with your Face touching the seesaw, over the next split second you won’t be able to walk, but you will be repositioned into standing and therefore have “walking grip” on the seesaw. you won’t fall off. Again, provided it’s not too steep, you will be able to walk.
Look at the second example. You jump on the heavy side of the seesaw, time passes for a split second, and… you’ve fallen on your back. you just can’t walk and can’t get out of it. You slide down to your death.
So, in order to achieve the first position, you should.. well. Jump-Dive. To the direction wherever the high side of the seesaw is.
This might sound like a bad idea, again, but please, don’t knock it until you try it.
This is somewhat legit because I have done a lot of jump dives in my seesaw games. It does work on semi-steep seesaws. There are times where it’s too steep, or I landed badly, and I just fell, but with several tries and patience, I got through.
And this actually benefits fellow players and ALSO YOU. By walking to the higher side of the seesaw, you
A. help the people on the left who are waiting get on the seesaw. they’re behind you so who cares, help the game be equal on both side of the bridges, they might even hinder each other by being too heavy on one side of some seesaw you’ve already passed yet again.
B. Your “slow walk time” lets the next seesaw not overcrowd/become too steep to perform a jump-dive grip. It will balance itself out with less players.
C. You will be standing on the lesser stood-on seesaw. After the pink one in the example, there’s two seesaws, left and right. If the right side is angled that steeply, it’s proof that A LOT OF PEOPLE WENT TO THE RIGHT a few seconds before. Distributing the amount of people evenly helps the game be less chaotic.
If you follow this tip, you must realize that you are being cooperative, and it turns out… on some rounds, being cooperative is the best play. Who would’ve thought? In general, I try to balance out the seesaws when I can by walking over the middle line to the other side when it’s starting to get uneven, but there are some cases where you shouldn’t. Basically, if there’s no seesaw in front of where you’re standing… well. Streams of people will enter from the other side, weighing down the other side continuously, causing the distance for you (the balancer on the high side) too far to jump to the next seesaw that is angled the opposite way. I learned that the hard way. Be nice when there’s only one seesaw on your row AND the next row of Seesaw has two seesaws, on left and right. Not when there’s only one.
On to the next tip. A lot of us hate this game. Like, a LOT. I might delete this in the future, even, because this is one of my MOST important secret tip.
So here’s Egg Scramble if you don’t want to watch the video (tip spoiler):
So Egg Scramble is about gaining points. First of all, at the start of rounds, Everyone goes for the golden Egg. There are 3 of them (your team should get one golden egg because of this). There’s a good reason everyone rushes for these = it’s worth 5 points. Keep it in your basket. But people DO steal, so how do we guard against that? Well, become the BLOCKER of your team!
Well look at the example picture again.
So in this picture, Wander is playing as Red, in the Red Basket. Which, yeah, we know teams steal eggs from each other after the initial Egg Collection, why not grab some egg of your own and save it yourself? (or he was putting eggs by getting in the basket himself, which… good thing to do, except you can throw those eggs.
So there’s a reason I highlighted part of the top block with red circles. You see, I’ve noticed something about this game.
. It’s a great and fun mechanic, it’s the nature of this game. But what you didn’t know is that it’s vital in Egg Scramble. If 4-6 of your teammates stand there in the painted circle, (UPDATE EDIT: you can do this with 3 people quite reliably. If you’re alone or with one other person, you gotta be somewhat active going from left to right and pray there’s not 4 thieves going out at once), people can’t get out. No matter how many people try to steal your eggs, you won’t have to worry about what happens in the basket. If anything, by disabling their exit, you’ve effectively killed off those players since they can no longer do anything for the match to help their team or to reduce your scores. The advantage is then on you. How many of your teammates are in the middle of the field? If you outnumber them, or atleast disable some of those egg stealers, your current points are secured, and your other teammates can take eggs from the now-not-so-crowded field, Assuming that they’re not trapped in a basket already.
I’ve tried this multiple times but it couldn’t work well because I was the only one doing this kind of blocking. My fellow teammates guard scores by getting in the basket, which causes them to be unable to chase stealers that DO get out. Getting in your own basket is the worst thing you could possibly do.
This tip is not perfect, and I will add extra tips to augment this:
-You can rapid-grab button (not that rapid, just don’t hold it down too long) to stop people below you from throwing eggs out. If they do try and succeed, you caught it. Worst case scenario is that when 2 people grab the same egg, it launches vertically up in the air sometimes to break dumb stalemates, but remember that near your basket, the ground is sloped towards your basket, with hammers going inward to knock some eggs quite often. You’re relatively safe from any risk by grabbing. If anything you reduce the risk of eggs being thrown out.
-Ignore the little things. If someone is carrying a normal egg out and you can’t block them, DO NOT chase them when you have a golden egg in the basket. What happens then, is you will not realize WHEN someone do take your golden egg out. If you pick a role as a blocker, maintain that the whole round while prioritizing the golden eggs.
Of course, this means that at the start of the round, you should get eggs in the basket first. Extra tip regarding that: so how do I throw eggs into the basket if I shouldn’t get in baskets? well, you’ve come to the right place! While holding an egg, Jump+Dive, and release the egg-grab button at the end. This is a horizontal throw. I have not tested if “Vertical Throw” exists by doing the same thing without the dive, but this gets the eggs in the basket quickly and safely so I just do this. Once you’re losing in scores AND the other teams put up blocks like these, you will most likely just lose. Maybe you can jump dive into the blockers to cause the blockers to fall into the basket, but that’s up to the thieves/stealers/teammates on the field, not you. This tip is for anyone who’s team does NOT have enough blockers / any blocker whatsover yet and want to guard eggs. Once you see a lot of people on your team doing this, THEN you should go out in the field and try to steal eggs.
So, here is tiptoe from that same timestamp (same-ish) :
We all know what happens in this game, don’t we? People try to finish but keep dying and respawning, pointlessly discovering tile by tile because they should, but whoever falls at the last 4 rows of tiles near the finish line won’t qualify due to the respawn point distance. Well, that sucks. This is just some RNG b*llshit. Even if you didn’t say that, I literally said that when I play this. Of course there is the common wisdom of “don’t be too far in front”. But when everyone realizes this, people start pushing whoever is in front of them to discover tiles, which is a d*ck move. I included this tip because this might help people be slightlynicer knowing that they don’t need to be a d*ck to win.
So look at that picture again, now very obviously highlighted. You definitely noticed this too in your playthrough.
That one tile. It has a gap to the left, but none to the right. With the camera angle, it’s obvious that it’s slightly nudged up. You may have noticed, but in this game. Tiles Wiggle occassionally, and in that picture, the highlighted tile was wiggling. I thought it was just a fun little thing to make the world feel more alive and playful. Oh boy, was I wrong.
. In my 2 days of playing this constantly and winning 5 matches, I have never known this or realized this. If Wander didn’t upload the video, if his friend didn’t notice or if I didn’t watch it, I wouldn’t know. I must share this to people. So if you’re patient enough, just keep a lookout on tiles that never wiggle. You will be able to take paths. If your tile is overcrowding and you can go in 3 directions, you will atleast know where to go if 2 of those directions have wiggling tiles at that second. If you’ve only seen one tile wiggle, you have reduced the chance of picking the wrong thing from 66% (1/3) to 50% (1/2). Of course, people will still overcrowd or maybe jerks will push you off, but now it’s for a different purpose. You’re not just pushing people off and trying to see tiles. You can make a much more educated guess and discover tiles yourself. If you’re confident it’s been a long time and that tile isn’t wiggling, go get that path and secure your victory!
If everyone knows about this, the need for pushing other people lessens. This reduces uncertainty and increases the rate of “i’ll discover it myself” instead of “i push you to check”. share this one with everyone you know who plays fall guys.
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