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Dancing Line Cheats & How To Guides 2018

May 21, 2017

Do you enjoy games with amazing soundtracks? If so, you should definitely take a look at a game called Dancing Line. In Dancing Line, you play as a line, and you will have to guide your line through different environments. Sounds simplistic at first; however, there are obstacles that will try to stop you in your tracks. On top of that, the soundtracks in Dancing Line are actually quite important. Listen to the soundtracks, make sharp turns and keep growing your line by avoiding the obstacles in your path.

Dancing Line is created by Cheetah Games, one of the “largest” mobile game developers in the world. They have billions of worldwide downloads, and millions of active users a month. Dancing Line, being the melodic arcade game that it is, seems to have gotten its inspiration from another melodic arcade game. For those of you that regularly play mobile games, you must have heard about Piano Tiles and Piano Tiles 2. Both games have also been created by Cheetah Games. Just like those two games, Dancing Line is performing extraordinarily on the app markets. It currently has nearly ten million downloads, and perfect ratings. You can find Dancing Line on Google Play Store and iOS App Store. The game is completely free to play!

Even though Dancing Line has already been released a while ago, it still receives updates. In fact, the game has received a completely new level, called The Cathedral. On top of that, the latest update also has fixed some of the bugs that were in the game. If you are into arcade games, games that have amazing soundtracks, you should try out Dancing Line for sure. The game is completely free to play, but does contain advertisements. There is also an in-game store where you can purchase items with real money to further enhance your gameplay.

Dancing Line Cheats and Hacks in 2018

Are you looking for Dancing Line cheats and hacks? Are you trying to get unlimited cubes and unlock every locked level? Look no further, because none of the cheats or hacks will actually allow you to do that. The websites that claim to have Dancing Line hacks are lying, and most likely very malicious. They are trying to make you download certain files. Those files contain viruses, which will cause a lot of harm to your computer. I always say that the best thing you can do is staying away from such websites. There is no chance that those hacks will work.

Dancing Line Gameplay Tips and Tricks

The best way to enjoy playing Dancing Line flawlessly is by turning off your Wi-Fi and Mobile Data. You will quickly notice that the game contains advertisements. You could normally pay money to permanently remove those advertisements. However, who enjoys paying money to just remove advertisements from a game? No one probably does. Luckily, if you play the game without Wi-Fi or Data Plan, the game is not able to push advertisements. This trick can be used in any game that has advertisements, but doesn’t require an internet connection to play.

Cubes and In-game Store

You will notice that there are cubes in Dancing Line. You use your cubes as energy. At the beginning of your gameplay, you receive thirty cubes, but as you play the game, you will lose them. You can earn some cubes back by successfully reaching certain points during your gameplay. The in-game store does offer cubes for sale. You can purchase 50 cubes for $0.99. It is also possible to get unlimited cubes for 24 hours for $1.99. If you are willing to watch ad videos, it is possible to get 15 cubes for free by watching a single ad video.

The in-game store also offers five different chapters. The chapters are called The Desert, The Autumn, The Chaos, The Storm and The Cathedral. They will add a significant of playability to the game, if unlocked. However, they cost $2.99 each. Luckily, you can watch an ad video to temporarily unlock them. Keep in mind that the chapter will get locked away again.

Listen to the Soundtrack

At the beginning of your gameplay, Dancing Line might be quite difficult. However, all you really need to do is listen to the soundtrack. The soundtrack usually syncs up with your taps, which means that you will know when to tap on your screen. The best way to listen carefully to the soundtracks in Dancing Line is by wearing earphones. Be patient, even if you keep failing. At some point, you will get used to the soundtrack, and you will be able to avoid the obstacles better.

There is a known bug in Dancing Line where the music goes out of sync with the level. This bug usually shows up after retrying several times in a row. Luckily, there is an easy way to fix this bug. All you have to do is back out of the game by closing it entirely. The next time you start up Dancing Line, the music will be synced up, and you can use it to your advantage, as mentioned above.

Decide Your Path

As you keep playing Dancing Line, you will most likely reach a further distance. While the music is in sync for the most part, sometimes the road within the game splits up into multiple paths. This means that the music will be out of sync, depending on which path you take. If that happens to you, it means that you can no longer use the music to your advantage. The best thing you can do is to try out every path you come across, because it is likely that one of the paths will sync with the music.

If the music is distracting you, the best thing you can do is to turn it off. It is true that Dancing Line is a game that is mostly known for being melodic, with an amazing soundtrack. However, when the music goes out of sync, it might be more of a distraction than anything. You should check if you can get any further without the music, and if so, you should leave it off for the time being.

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Sinan Yildiz
Sinan Yildiz is a Freelance Reviews Writer at AppInformers and enjoys writing about games and apps way more than he should. He is passionate about technology, likes to develop websites as a hobby and is a PC gaming fanatic. He dreams of being a video game writer and seeing his work in AAA games one day.