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100 Missions Walkthrough: Level 2 Solution (Mission 2)

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A new mission has been released for the popular 100 Missions game on Android, the Level 2 of the game or Mission 2 of the game where we have to infiltrate the enemy base and destroy it at any cost. This is, as you probably expect, a really difficult challenge and I am here to share with you a walkthrough, a step by step solution on how to complete the 100 Missions Level 2. Walkthrough is text so you can easily follow what is happening.

So let’s not waste any time and’t let’s get things started with this 100 Missions Level 2 Walkthrough!

1. Tap twice to enter the hangar, then go right.
2. Tap the end of the supply truck and pick up the dirty rag from the boxes.
3. Go left and tap the back of the truck and pick up one fuel can.
4. Go to the helicopter, click it and take a chloroform jar. In your inventory, drag the jar over the rag.
5. Tap the rag and use it on the soldier. Tap the right side of the soldier to get a key. Tap his neck area to get dogtags.
6. Go left twice and read the codes. According to the dogtags, our soldier was 1stLt (24) in the Navi (2)
7. Go right and tap the missile heads. Go right and tap the piece of paper on the boxes. According to the paper, the soldier’s id is 997 with AB positive blood type.
8. Get the AK rifle, then go right. To the left of the tank, there is a box. Tap it and take the c4 explosives.
9. Go to the Chems door. According to the code on the door and all the info we got, the code is: 99722472
10. Enter the door and tap the middle locker. Use the key to open and pick up cigarettes, lighter and car keys.
11. Go back and pick up the timer from the rack. Use the C4 explosives with it to make a bomb.
12. Go left and equip the AK rifle. Click the documents to take them from the man. There are a lot og chemical formulas there (you can slide down to see more of the document).
13. Go all the way back to the car and use the car keys to open the door. Pick up the pliers. Click the front of the car and use the pliers on battery to get the wires.
14. Go back to the chemicals room: get the canister from the inventory and drag it near the chemicals. Then put in the chemicals in the correct order: Pa, Sn, Cu, W, Pu
15. Go to the area with the barrels with explosives and drag the explosives over the jerrycan. Then drag over the wires.
16. Place the jerrycan near the barrels and go back until you are out of the hangar!

And this is the 100 Missions walkthrough for level 2 or 100 Missions Mission 2 walkthrough. It was really difficult to find the solution, especially the chemicals order, but we finally managed and we have now completed level 2 of 100 Missions. Stay tuned for more guides which will be available as soon as they are released, and until then you can check out the 100 Missions level 1 walkthrough.

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23 Comments

  1. eman

    August 31, 2012 at 4:40 pm

    in the chemical paper there is a letter b may be it is boron but I cant figure jow can we make i t

  2. chris roke

    August 31, 2012 at 8:37 pm

    Chemicals is PA.. SN… CU… W… PU …

    • joe

      September 1, 2012 at 9:16 pm

      How you get the right order?

  3. christen

    August 31, 2012 at 9:35 pm

    How do you set the timer on the can after adding the explosives?

    • chris roke

      August 31, 2012 at 9:53 pm

      Put the c4 on the jerry can then the wires then place it by the barrels then go outside and it will explode

  4. raven

    August 31, 2012 at 10:50 pm

    Ok, got the can near the chemicals and know which ones to mix but cannot get chemicals into the can. Please someone tell me how to mix them into the can on mission 2.

    • KoekieMie

      August 31, 2012 at 11:19 pm

      Add the chemicals in the order mentioned by Chris. It will work.

    • Trish

      September 1, 2012 at 10:35 pm

      I have the same problem. It won’t let me add the chemicals. Is it a problem with my phone or its there a trick to it?

    • tt

      September 7, 2012 at 2:20 am

      Where is the can?

  5. pm

    September 1, 2012 at 12:07 am

    Chemicals in this order. Pa,SN,cu,w,pu

  6. neo

    September 2, 2012 at 2:20 am

    I have the gas can sitting on the shelf, how do I put the chemicals in? I have tried to drag them on top of the can, and just clicking them with no luck.

  7. nik

    September 3, 2012 at 1:56 pm

    The trick is the drag and drop them onto the black lid of the cannister.

    • ronit

      September 5, 2012 at 11:18 am

      not working in any way i try !!!

  8. capricornman07

    September 6, 2012 at 3:16 am

    Best way I found was drag the chemical can on top of gas can and release. You will hear the can filing up, then do the same with the next chemical and so on. When the last chemical in the list is used, the pop up window will appear telling you the gas can is full. Then close and it will be in your inventory.

    • scottie

      September 6, 2012 at 3:27 am

      Succes! Thanks!

  9. scottie

    September 6, 2012 at 3:23 am

    Same problem..no matter what i do cannot get chemicals in can! dragging, dropping on black lid, shaking phone, screaming..it just aint happening! Help!

    • ronit

      September 6, 2012 at 7:52 am

      it is not working !!!

  10. Lola

    September 9, 2012 at 12:40 am

    I think I’ve combined the chemicals but I can’t get the jerrycan back off the shelf! Help?

  11. Danielle Arnold

    September 9, 2012 at 12:49 am

    There r only 2 missions??

  12. Dougie

    September 15, 2012 at 12:17 am

    I noticed that the game 100 missions has 2 missions lol

  13. CC

    September 19, 2012 at 3:38 am

    I can get the liquid in the can in the right order but how much is enough. The message always says an empty jerrycan. Please help :)

  14. Calin Ciabai

    September 20, 2012 at 7:07 am

    You have to put in in the can in the exact order that I shared with you in the walkthrough.

  15. Ronnie

    September 23, 2012 at 3:49 am

    Where is the pliers? I can’t find it

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Horse Racing Games For iOS

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Horse Racing Games For iOS

Horse racing is a globally spread sport with billions of fans worldwide. The thrills of the races and the excitement of the betting make horse racing quite popular among adrenaline rush seekers.

However, unlike other sports like football or basketball that you can actually try in your backyard, becoming a racehorse rider is out of reach for most people. But all hope for our fellow race lovers is not lost and the gaming world comes to the rescue.

We are talking about horse racing simulation games where you can pick or breed your own horse, participate in online racing tournaments, earn prestige, take care of your horse, and much more.

Horse racing video games are perfect when it comes to getting the bigger picture of the sport and familiarizing yourself with other aspects apart from racing, like stable management, breeding, and finance management.

On top of that, horse racing video games can help you understand how the sport works, which may help you with the next bet you make on TwinSpires.

Fortunately, there are plenty of horse racing games for iOS, and in today’s article, we will highlight some of the best that you should try.

Rival Stars Horse Racing

This is a game made by a legendary horse race video game developer called PikPok and it is without a doubt one of the best horse racing games available for iOS right now.

The graphics look incredible for a mobile game. They are quite realistic, and the horse movement and the design of the tracks also give you the feel that you are participating in a real-world race.

Rival Stars Horse Racing has quite a fast pace, where you can complete some quests and upgrade your stable, but the focus is on the races, as it should be.

When we talk about the racing part of the game, every racetrack that you unlock offers something new. You get to race at different lengths and surfaces. But let’s focus on the important part, race mechanics.

You can steer the horse, brake, and activate their sprint ability. The horse’s performance is based on multiple factors such as ground consistency, position, race length, previous races, and much more.

Rival Stars Horse Racing also has a quite good breeding, training, and managing system. On top of that, there are many different horse coat colors and breeds. Unlike other games like Zelda where you can get a gold horse, Rival Stars Horse Racing focuses on realism. All of the horses have natural coat colors and traits.

You get to collect or breed horses, transform foals to feed, and upgrade facilities to unlock more options to progress.

The only thing that is missing from the game is the audience on the races since the race courses feel a bit empty with nobody around.

Horse Racing Manager 2024

This is a game that has a rather different approach than Rival Stars Horse Racing. It is focused more on the managing part of horse racing rather than on the actual gameplay and racing. You are in control of your business operation and your goal is to succeed in the world of horse racing and earn money.

You don’t have an impact on the races, and you cannot control your horse. The races are simulated, and the outcome depends on your horse’s stats and abilities.

That’s why horse training, and breeding a champion horse play a really important role in the game.

The best thing about Horse Racing Manager 2024 is the ability to race online. There are live PVP races that occur every 5 minutes and everyone can participate in them.

This is the perfect game if you want to learn what’s happening behind the curtains of horse racing as a sport. You are in control of your breeding rights that you can sell, as well as the age and career path of your horse.

It is an interesting game, especially for those who are not afraid of data and analysis.

iHorse Racing

This is a similar game to Rival Stars Horse Racing but with worse graphics, and fewer options. This game has multiple features like horse training, stable management, horse auction, race entries, CLU-jockey hiring system, and world jockey ranking, and you can connect your Facebook profile to invite friends.

To be honest, the graphics and gameplay of the game are fun and engaging, but I’d still go for Rival Stars Horse Racing, especially if you like a more realistic horse racing game.

Pocket Stables

Let’s drop down all the realism and focus on some retro 2D gameplay. For all retro game lovers who have a passion for horse racing, Pocket Stables is just the perfect game. At first glance, this game might look simple, but it actually has many features that make it even more fun.

For starters, you can build training facilities where you can increase your horse’s stats. Additionally, not all horses are the same and your goal should be to find a horse with the right balance of speed, stamina, and intensity.

As you win races, you’ll receive prizes, that can be used to upgrade your stable and give you better ways to breed a faster horse.

It’s fun, casual, and quite cute. Plus, you get to build your horse racing community and hire people that will take care of your stable.

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Swiping, Tapping, and Tilting: How Mobile Games Are Played Today

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Swiping, Tapping, and Tilting: How Mobile Games Are Played Today

It’s crazy to think mobile games started with super basic stuff like Snake on old-school Nokia phones. Now, thanks to touchscreens and motion sensors, playing games on our phones feels more immersive than ever. Whether it’s swiping to cast spells, tilting to steer race cars, or just furiously tapping buttons, mobile gaming has come a long way from static keypads of the past.

How It Was

In the beginning, little keypads were the only controls we had to work with. Remember playing Brick Breaker on their BlackBerry, anyone? Then, the accelerometer changed everything. Suddenly, we could just tilt our phones to do all kinds of things like aim angry birds, balance stacks of blocks, even steer cars in racing games. Way better than pressing little arrows!

Of course, as screens got more advanced, mobile games exploded into all kinds of genres, from puzzles to 3D adventures. Multitouch displays, in particular, are what really enabled natural feeling gesture controls.

Swiping Changes the Game

These days, swiping is easily one of the most common ways we interact with mobile games. You’ll find it everywhere, from temples you raid in endless runners like Temple Run to baseball diamonds when batting in MLB Tap Sports Baseball. Swiping not only feels super intuitive but also adds velocity and immediacy, perfect for fast-paced games.

Even slower-paced games use swipes for all kinds of game mechanics, like directing troops across battlefields in strategy games such as Clash of Clans. No matter the genre, swiping works because it feels so smooth, direct, and responsive. Not to mention, it’s just plain fun!

Tapping into Gameplay

Tapping will always be one of the best ways we can interact with phones. After all, it’s how we click links, type messages, and snap pics. For gaming, taps are perfect for delivering pinpoint precision. There’s nothing quite as satisfying as nailing a perfect note streak in games like Piano Tiles by tapping right on the beat.

You’ll also find that tapping makes snappy navigation through menus and UI thanks to its accuracy and responsiveness. Most games use taps for activating fundamental stuff like making your character jump, shoot, or interact with objects in the game world. It’s just so reliable!

Hypercasual games, in particular, thrive on simple yet addictive tap mechanics around sorting colors, popping bubbles, merging objects, and the like. When gameplay boils down to pure interactivity, nothing beats good old-fashioned screen tapping.

Getting Physical with Motion Controls

Phones now pack all kinds of motion sensors that track positioning and tilt along multiple axes. It allows for a myriad of gesture controls that add physicality and mimic real actions. For example, you can cast a line by flicking your phone while fishing in Ridiculous Fishing. Steering vehicles in racing games feels super tactile by tilting your phone to control direction. Even party games get in on the action with shaking or wiggling gestures detecting your phone’s movements.

Anything that gets us moving beyond just staring at the screen helps create moments of skill-based mastery. You feel much more engaged pulling off tricky shots in pool games by adjusting just the right angle or keeping teetering structures from collapsing with careful tilting. That sense of physical feedback goes a long way toward gameplay immersion.

Voice, AR, and Beyond

With phone cameras, mics, and sensors improving by the generation, we’re beginning to see radical new control schemes. Augmented reality transforms the world around you into a game environment like we’ve seen with monumental successes like Pokémon GO. Calling plays or audibling routes by literally yelling at your phone has also created hilarious moments playing Madden NFL Mobile. Heck, the camera can even scan objects to import them into games. The possibilities seem endless as technology progresses!

But with all these advancements, the most crucial thing developers can do is make sure their games remain accessible through difficulty settings, customizable controls, and assist modes. That way, anyone can tailor things to their personal playstyle and limitations. Gaming needs to be fun and inclusive for everybody, after all!

With new mobile games flooding app stores every single day, it feels risky trying out some random new title. That’s where special apps like Cash Giraffe come in handy. They actually give you money just for testing out new mobile games with no strings attached!

Where Are We Headed?

It’s anyone’s guess where things go next. Controllers are becoming more common to make mobile gaming feel console quality. Tools like Apple Pencil and Bluetooth styluses could let us draw playfields or game elements. New sensors might even track eye movements for hands-free control. The future is filled with possibilities!

For now, though, as long as developers keep innovating with intuitive tap, tilt, and swipe gestures, mobile games should have no problem staying fun and immersive. Just try not to smash your phone in celebration next time you pull off an epic comeback!

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Is it harder to qualify for iOS requirements or Android requirements for apps?

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In today’s digital age, mobile applications have become a crucial component of everyday life. They provide users with access to a wide range of services, entertainment, and information at their fingertips. However, creating a mobile app that works seamlessly on both iOS and Android platforms can be a daunting task. Developers need to ensure that their app meets the strict guidelines set by both platforms to ensure a smooth user experience.

The iOS and Android platforms have their own unique set of requirements and guidelines that must be followed for an app to be approved and made available to users. These guidelines include technical requirements, design standards, and content policies, among others. To ensure that an app reaches the largest possible audience, it is crucial that it meets the requirements of both platforms.

In this blog post, we will examine the question of which platform is harder to qualify for, iOS or Android requirements, using a casino app as an example. We will explore the specific requirements for casino apps on both platforms, the challenges developers face in meeting these requirements, and provide insights into which platform is more difficult to qualify for. By the end of this post, readers will have a better understanding of the requirements for developing mobile apps and the challenges faced by developers in meeting these requirements.

Overview of iOS and Android Requirements for Apps

To develop a successful app, it is crucial to understand the guidelines and requirements set by both iOS and Android platforms. Here’s an overview of the general requirements for apps on both platforms:

User Interface Guidelines: Both iOS and Android platforms have their own unique user interface guidelines that app developers must follow. These guidelines provide recommendations on designing app icons, typography, color schemes, and other visual elements to ensure a consistent and user-friendly experience.

Technical Requirements: App developers must ensure that their apps meet the technical requirements set by both platforms. For example, the app must function properly on the latest versions of the operating system, use appropriate security protocols, and avoid unnecessary battery consumption.

Content Policies: Both iOS and Android platforms have policies governing the type of content that can be published on their respective app stores. These policies cover a range of topics, including adult content, intellectual property infringement, and deceptive practices. Developers must ensure that their apps meet these content policies to avoid rejection from the app store.

While the general requirements are similar, the specific guidelines and approval processes for iOS and Android platforms differ in several ways. For example, iOS has a more stringent approval process compared to Android. The App Store review process can take several days, and the approval criteria are often subjective. In contrast, Android has a more lenient approval process, with apps typically available for download on the Google Play Store within a few hours of submission.

Additionally, iOS has a closed ecosystem that limits the apps available to users. Developers must adhere to Apple’s strict policies and guidelines for inclusion in the App Store. On the other hand, Android has an open ecosystem that allows for more flexibility in app development and distribution. Developers can publish their apps on third-party app stores or distribute them directly to users.

Overall, developers must understand the differences between iOS and Android requirements and tailor their development approach accordingly. While both platforms have their unique challenges, meeting their requirements is essential for app success.

Requirements for a Casino App on iOS and Android

Developing a casino app for iOS and Android requires careful attention to platform-specific requirements and regulations. Here’s an overview of the specific requirements for casino apps on both platforms:

Regulations on Gambling Apps: Both iOS and Android platforms have strict regulations on gambling apps, which are intended to protect users from fraudulent activity. Apple only allows real-money gambling apps in certain countries, and developers must hold a valid gambling license in those countries. On the other hand, Android allows real-money gambling apps in many countries, but developers must comply with local laws and regulations.

Policies on In-App Purchases: In-app purchases are a significant source of revenue for casino apps. However, both platforms have policies governing in-app purchases to ensure a fair and transparent user experience. Apple requires all in-app purchases to be processed through its own payment system, which takes a 30% commission on all transactions. In contrast, Android allows developers to use third-party payment systems and takes only a 15% commission on transactions.

Requirements for App Design and Functionality: Both iOS and Android platforms have requirements for app design and functionality. These requirements cover various aspects of the app, including user interface, navigation, and security. For example, apps must use secure authentication protocols and encryption to protect user data.

When it comes to casino apps, there are some significant differences between the requirements for iOS and Android. For example, Apple does not allow apps that offer gambling services to minors, and developers must comply with strict age verification requirements. Android also has age restrictions but allows for more flexibility in the types of gambling apps that can be developed and published.

Another significant difference between iOS and Android is the availability of real-money gambling apps. While iOS only allows real-money gambling apps in certain countries, Android allows these apps to be developed and published in many countries. This can impact the development approach and revenue potential of a casino app.

In conclusion, developing a casino app for iOS and Android requires careful consideration of platform-specific requirements and regulations. While there are similarities in the requirements, there are also notable differences that must be considered. Click here to see these casinos and their respective apps to better understand the design and functionality requirements of casino apps on both iOS and Android platforms.

Challenges of Meeting iOS and Android Requirements for Casino Apps

Developing a casino app that meets the requirements of both iOS and Android platforms can be a complex and challenging task. Here are some of the common challenges that developers face:

Compliance with Regulations: Casino apps are subject to strict regulations on both iOS and Android platforms. This can include requirements related to gambling licenses, age verification, and responsible gambling. Developers must ensure that their apps comply with these regulations to avoid rejection from the app store.

Payment Systems: In-app purchases are a significant source of revenue for casino apps, but the payment systems used by iOS and Android platforms differ significantly. Developers must carefully consider which payment system to use and ensure that they comply with the policies of the platform.

User Interface: Both iOS and Android platforms have unique user interface guidelines that app developers must follow. These guidelines provide recommendations on designing app icons, typography, color schemes, and other visual elements to ensure a consistent and user-friendly experience. However, designing a user interface that meets the requirements of both platforms can be challenging, especially when dealing with complex user interfaces and game mechanics.

Security: Casino apps require robust security measures to protect user data and prevent fraudulent activity. Developers must ensure that their apps use secure authentication protocols and encryption to safeguard user data.

While the challenges faced by developers in creating casino apps for iOS and Android platforms are similar, there are notable differences. For example, Apple has stricter age verification requirements for gambling apps than Android, which can be a significant challenge for developers. Additionally, the payment systems used by the two platforms differ significantly, with Apple taking a 30% commission on all in-app purchases compared to Android’s 15% commission.

In conclusion, developing a casino app that meets the requirements of both iOS and Android platforms can be a challenging task. Developers must navigate complex regulations, payment systems, user interface guidelines, and security measures. While there are similarities in the challenges faced, there are also notable differences that must be considered. By understanding these challenges, developers can create high-quality casino apps that meet the requirements of both platforms.

Conclusion

In conclusion, developing a mobile app that meets the requirements of both iOS and Android platforms can be a challenging task. In this blog post, we explored the specific requirements for a casino app on both platforms, the challenges developers face in meeting these requirements, and provided insights into which platform is harder to qualify for based on the example of a casino app.

We learned that both iOS and Android platforms have unique requirements related to user interface guidelines, technical requirements, content policies, and regulations on gambling apps and in-app purchases. While there are similarities in the requirements, there are also notable differences that must be considered.

In terms of which platform is harder to qualify for, the answer may vary depending on the specific app being developed. However, in the case of a casino app, iOS is generally considered to be the more challenging platform due to its stricter regulations, more stringent approval process, and higher commission rates for in-app purchases.

As mobile app development continues to evolve, it is essential for developers to stay up-to-date on the requirements and guidelines set by both iOS and Android platforms. By doing so, they can create high-quality apps that meet the needs of their target audience.

We encourage readers to share their experiences developing apps for iOS and Android platforms in the comments below. Your insights can help others navigate the challenges of mobile app development and contribute to the continued growth of the mobile app industry.

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