Earning Extra XP: A good way to earn additional XP and coins is to complete quests. To see the quests menu to start completing some yourself, tap on the icon to the left of the screen.
The Importance of Ships: Ships are of utmost important. You require them for the growth of your island. The ships will bring you visitors, and these visitors will spend lots of cash on your besutiful paradise island.
Buying a Ship: If you are not sure how you want to buy a ship, this can help: you must order a ship on the hammer icon that will tap into the lower right corner of the screen to purchase. Now tap on the ship icon. You are given the opportunity, to pick a captain, that would guide your crew. Select a captain of your choice and you will then be taken to the placement mode. Here you can decide exactly where you want the ship to be docked. Once you have placed the ship, you must create them before you can use it. Once the ship has been completely finished, tap on it to potential travel can be sent to the boat show. Depending on how far the journey is, it can take up anywhere 5 hours a day for the ship to return. The longer rides will generally yield more beads than the shorter, however. Hope this helps and good luck!
Speeding Stuff Up: As you may know, the houses and shops on the island are good enough to make money on their own. You can help speed things up a bit by upgrading them to have higher output. If you wish to do this you need to tap on the building you want to upgrade, then on the Upgrade button. These upgrades normally cost pearls, which you can earn by sending ships on voyages. So, get as many pearls as possible to speed things up.
Coins and collecting: All of your buildings have a max amount of coins you can collect from them. This is the amount shown when you build them, and it reaches that amount in the time it says when you tap them (“Collect from x in y minutes”). However, you can collect from a building early, about halfway through the total time. This means that if you play a lot, you can continually collect from your buildings. This is especially useful for houses, which have a low max. If you play less often, you’ll still get a lot from your merchants. There is no downside to collecting early and not much downside if you let a building max out. The latter is similar to our other games.
Upgrading, voyages, and the inventory Hints and Tips: All of your merchants can be upgraded to give you more coins. This is done by tapping them, then ‘Upgrade’ and then spending pearls (and other gems in later levels). To acquire pearls, you send your ship(s) off on voyages by tapping it then ‘Voyage’. Longer voyages cost more coins but bring back more pearls. You can also upgrade your ship with pearls to bring back even more pearls. To check the amounts of pearls etc you have, tap the chest in the bottom left corner.
Help with Expansion costs. You’ve probably noticed that these go up as you expand the game, like everything else goes up unfortunately. I’m not aware of the cost just going up when you haven’t done anything. Expansion costs seem to go down through time since you last expanded your land, forcing you to be patient or be tempted to use real money. Having developed my game quite considerably, the cost of expansion is now more than 9,100,000 for me! It is sad that all costs go up at too great a rate as you buy more manufacturers, houses etc, and this also applies to the cost of sending ships to collect treasure. There is a risk of this putting me off what is a really enjoyable game. Something needs to be done to reduce the rate of increase in costs.
Exploration Hints and Tips: Sticking out of the mist are various objects of interest. These unlock their own quests, and they also give you the land around them when you reach them. They do take up space, so it’s good to put quest decorations or houses around them, and we have further plans for them in the future. Chopping wood takes energy. However, not all trees are created equal, and so some take more energy than others.. You can expand multiple plots of land at once, if you have purchased several explorers. This is useful for both exploring more as well as expanding a central area for more buildings
General Tips and Hints for the Game: In the early part of the game, coins, which are the regular currency in the game, are very few and far between. Most of the houses and other things that you can build do not pay very well in coins. Keep building more and more houses, as soon as you get the money/experience level for them. The more you build, the more merchants you can build as well, and merchants don’t take long to pay MASSIVE sums of money early on in the game. When you are looking for land to expand, you don’t have to buy land that is directly connected to land that you already own. In fact, whatever the next place is that you can explore (such as a cave or a tower), you can buy land right next to it. Then, once you own that land, you can expand to the land with the artifact on it, and explore it, without having to worry about owning the entire island. There is no way to sell any item that you have already placed on your land, whatsoever. So before you build a building or a decoration, be sure of where you REALLY want to put it before you build it, because the game doesn’t let you change its location. Hope these tips help and good luck!
More Hints, Tips and Help for Tap Paradise cove: Upgrading ships makes the ships get more pearls/sapphires per voyage but does not reduce the time. Be careful how much you upgrade your ships due to the fact that with each upgrade, the cost to send the ship out on a voyage costs more coins (you probably don’t get yourself trapped and unable to send ships out.) I believe the maximum level upgrade for the ships is level 10 (both of my ships are on voyages at the moment so I can’t doublecheck but I believe this is correct). Upgrading your merchants costs pearls. You have to upgrade the merchant 5 times to get to the next tier. Once you reach this next tier, you see the increase in income. With each increase in tier the number of pearls required to upgrade again goes up. The maximum level your merchants is tier 6. For the 8 hour merchants, it appears they follow similar income/pearl costs. For example: Sugar Mill Tier 4 gives 7664 every 8 hours. It costs 141 Pearls per upgrade. Stone Quarry Tier 2 gives 7664 every 8 hours and costs 141 Pearls per upgrade. Copper Mine Tier 1 gives 7664 every 8 hours and costs 141 Pearls per upgrade. After another upgrade, they all go to an income of 9960 every 8 hours which is the same as what the Fishing Pond Starts out at.
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