One of the choices you can make in the game is to turn to a life of crime. The game’s latest update, however, has added a new category of life events related to crime that opens up a world of possibilities to explore.
It would be safer for you to choose a stranger as your target to avoid wasting your effort in establishing a relationship with family members. There may be a lot of ways to commit murder, but that does not mean you should randomly choose one.
If you were able to save up enough money before you committed your murder, you should be able to afford an attorney and appeal your sentence. The second option is to just stay in prison and cause trouble by starting riots.
The more trouble you cause, the higher the chances of adding to your sentence. Feel free to choose whichever sounds the most fun for you.
The game realized it also takes skill, so the new update now gives you a better chance of escaping on purpose. If you choose to escape, you get to play a mini-game where you need to outwit a guard.
You might need to put yourself in danger of getting caught in order to lure the guard into a trap. If you successfully escape from prison, you could live out a normal life, but it won’t be as easy as before.
Make sure you avoid drawing attention to yourself by staying away from high-profile jobs, like a CEO. You would also notice that it will be more difficult to get a decent job now that you have a criminal record.
Regardless of the kind of job you get, you will still be able to earn money and raise your kids. The chance of living to see old age is still there as long as you play it safe moving forward and avoid causing any more trouble.
Billie has 24 different ribbons, each of which celebrates a unique lifestyle choice. This guide will tell you the beltway to commit murder and how to get the Deadly ribbon.
It includes links to all of our other guides, where we’ve covered pretty much every aspect of this awesome game. All you have to do is escape from prison and commit another murder, if you fail then just repeat the process.
Many people read the funny names of how you can murder someone in Billie, and they get distracted from how effective each method is. For example, stairway to hell is a great name but pushing someone down a flight of stairs is likely to end in failure and incarceration.
Think about it realistically, it would have to be a big staircase to kill someone, so most of the time they will survive and call the police. A much more effective method of murder with a significantly higher success rate is to club them.
It is way more reliable than strangulation or electrocution as both of these tactics rarely ever work. The player can murder a person from their life, such as parents, siblings, partners, spouses, friends, enemies, co-workers, supervisors, classmates, teachers, professors, deans, principals, headmasters, or exes, or they can choose to murder a random victim.
They can also murder their children if their child is over 18 in iOS but there is no age limit in Android. They must be at least 14 (formerly 18) to kill on Android but may commit murder on iOS as a juvenile teenager (starting at age 14).
There is a chance murder may result in the player getting the cops called on them. The player will attempt to pull the victim's underwear over their face.
This method rarely works and usually results in the cops being called. If this murder backfires, the victim will stuff their underwear in the player's mouth, choking your character to death.
Sometimes, the victim may hit the player with a bigger stick, resulting in their death. DISCLAIMER: On rare occasions, the victim will call the police.
If this murder backfires, the victim will also have a gun and fire back at the player, killing them. When this murder backfires, the victim will leap out of the bathtub and throw the player into it, along with the toaster.
If this method fails, the victim will jump out of the way, causing the player to fall down the stairs and die. The player will pitch a fastball aiming at the victim's head.
Sometimes results in assault or calling the police if your character misses. Your character will dress like an angry Karen and pound furiously at the victim's front door to try and scare them to death.
A failed scaring to death results in the target having already sold the house to a real angry Karen unbeknownst to your character and the real angry Karen screams at you, scaring you to death. Your character will attempt to pour antifreeze into the victim's iced tea.
This method is mostly ineffective as your character will have to build and dig the trap before having the victim fall in it. Your character will try to sneak an elephant laxative into the victim's morning smoothie.
Much like the iced tea poisoning, a failed elephant laxative murder will result in the target secretly switching smoothies. A failed push will result in your target grabbing you and flinging you off first.
If found guilty, they will go to prison and be fired from their job/dishonorably discharged from the military/forced out of their university. If found not guilty of attempted murder, the victim will still know you tried to kill them and will have an empty relationship bar.
Unlike murder, hiring a hitman is for adult characters only and comes at a price. Paying him: Typically you lose extra cash but the hitman goes away.
My word, you’ve got an eye for the macabre by clicking on this Guide my friend. In any case we’re here to help with your criminal urges, and also help you to grab the Scandalous Ribbon to boot.
There’s the possibility that future updates will contain more criminal acts for you to commit though, don’t worry. Choose your victim You’ll be presented first with a list of targets to murder.
You’ll be able to choose family members, a friend, or random people. Most of the choices are ridiculous, such as “Atomic Wedgie” or “Stairway to Hell”.
Once you get in prison, the options are the same as they were before the update: You can escape, you can start a riot, or you can appeal your sentence. So if you are trying to live a respectable life, avoid prison in the first place.
Category: AndroidiPadiPhone Tags: android, APK, Billie, iOS, iPad, iPhone Evan Heisenberg named himself after a Breaking Bad character one time, and then got stuck with it. He’s a San Diego guy living in Tacoma, so he legitimately enjoys the cliché “long walks on the beach.” Aside from writing about mobile games, Evan is an aircraft hydraulic maintainer and maintenance instructor.