We know that the 2 is already touching two different mines, so we can safely press that tile. The 2 to the left of that mine is also touching a tile, so we can press that one too.
That leaves us with two safe tiles that we can tap on to open up further options! That opens things up quite a bit, so you'll have a 2 towards the top right that is only touching two tiles, so we can flag that one.
That seems to be randomly decided, and it doesn't change much other than adding more mines. Billie : Life Simulator has had a couple of updates in 2019 that have added two mini-games to the fun.
The original mini-game was the Prison Escape game, but now two more have been added. This game has you deploying as a member of the military and requires you to avoid landmines.
Your goal in this game is to gather enough prisoners to start a riot. Both of these games provide a fun diversion to the usual Billie insanity.
When you first begin the game, your best bet is to tap the squares on all four corners of the map. The best way to practice the Deployment Game is to either play Minesweeper on your computer, if you own a Windows, or simply to download a Minesweeper app from the App Store or Google Play (there are loads of them).
Play the app over and over and practice figuring out where each mine is. Eventually you’ll be good enough at it to beat the Deployment Game every time.
To stay alive, avoid running into walls or into your own line of prisoners. Once you get the hang of the delay, the game is pretty straightforward, although after you gather about 4 or 5 prisoners, guards will start to appear on the screen.
If you are unsuccessful, nothing will happen, generally, unless you get some rather ornery guards. They might give you a bit of a tune-up, but because no actual riot happened, you won’t get any years added onto your sentence.
Category: AndroidiPadiPhone Tags: android, APK, Billie, Billie : Life Simulator, 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.
He likes weightlifting, beer, dad jokes, the Padres and Chargers, and slightly-old luxury and exotic cars. Their latest update is v1.20, and in here, you can hearken back to those Minesweeper days in the military deployment mini-game, have children with multiple women within the same year (especially useful if you’re chasing the Scandalous ribbon while controlling a male character), and save battery life on your device, among many others.
So join us for our new Billie guide, where we shall break down all the new changes that have arrived with the game’s latest version, including military deployment, birth control and pregnancies, dating foreigners, family vacations, emigration, time machine plus many more. However, you may also be deployed to another country, where you will be asked to take part in a rather dangerous mission that could mean the end of your character’s life if you aren’t careful.
If you successfully flag all the mines and clear all the other squares on the board, you will be given a medal for your gallantry, which you could choose to sell for money, display on your uniform, or opt not to wear. If you are NOT able to successfully flag all the mines, you will inevitably step on one while clearing out squares, and that would, in all cases we’ve observed, kill your character off due to your injuries.
If it’s any consolation to those whose characters died after stepping on mines, this is, at least, a surefire way of earning that Hero ribbon and adding it to your collection. If you choose to value your life over your reputation, as the game will duly note in the dialog box, you will be reprimanded by your commanding officer…and discharged from service.
If your character’s Smarts stats aren’t exactly up there, and they didn’t attend or finish college either, we would certainly recommend enlisting in another military branch, as you likely won’t have much to choose from aside from a number of menial jobs (Janitor, Telemarketer, etc.) Aside from the aforementioned introduction of military deployments, the recent Billie update also comes with a new birth control feature, as well as an overhauled pregnancy mechanic.
While not as intense as your average graphics-heavy title, it’s still nice to have a mode that could allow you to enjoy the game for longer, even if your phone’s battery is running low and you don’t have access to a charger. The game now allows you to choose a custom set of favorite activities that will show up at the top of the screen instead of the standard Love, Mind & Body, Movie Theater, and Pets.
As we’ve noticed over the past few months, Candy writer has become virtually automatic when it comes to releasing new Billie challenges on the weekend. That’s because it covers some of Forrest’s most memorable accomplishments, including his college football stardom and the fact he had a son with the same name.
But even if your Smarts are especially low, you can get past that by studying hard, joining extracurricular activities, and not acting up in class/bullying others/fighting back when bullied in order to keep your Grades high. As one of the other requirements is to play college football, we would recommend going to the gym regularly from the time you turn 12 years old if your Athleticism is in the red or orange level.
You can pick either Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, or Coast Guard, and your career will follow a similar trajectory. Once you join the branch of the military of your choice, just stay in, work hard for a while, and then make it to E9, which is the highest enlisted rank.
Once you get there, your promotions are done, so wait out your time until you hit mandatory retirement age, at which point you can earn a pension. To get promoted high, go on every deployment you’re offered, and collect medals for succeeding.
Work hard, stay in for a long time, and continue improving yourself. Becoming an officer is the key to making a huge amount of money in the military.
Euro-zone nations tend to pay the officers in their militaries the highest out of any country. Once you get accepted as either an ensign or lieutenant (depending on if you’re in the Navy or another branch), keep working harder.
Refusing to deploy could affect your promotions, your job status, or your commanding officer could force you to go anyway. If you do end up stepping on a by accident, you’ll get injured, which mostly leads to drops in your health and happiness.
Be sure to go to the doctor to take care of any ailments that occur when you hit a mine. Go to the gym, the library, the movies, and meditate in order to get happier and healthier.
If you do get polished off, then you automatically get the “Hero” ribbon for your efforts, but your life ends. If you do successfully clear out a minefield while you are deployed, then you will receive a medal for your efforts.
Most ways of leaving the military involve simply being discharged, but you need to go AWOL in order to unlock specific achievements. To do this, say yes to every opportunity to drink, to use illicit substances, or gamble, and at random, you’ll develop an addition.
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More than likely though, you’ll get kicked out and dishonorably discharged immediately if you go to any form of prison, in which case this method becomes useless for going AWOL. You’ll enter into AWOL status because you are literally absent without leave.
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If you do, then you’ll be caught, sent back to the country that you’re from, and imprisoned for desertion, but that won’t count as AWOL. This guide is for becoming a general if you are in the Army, Air Force, or Marines, or becoming an admiral if you are in the Navy or Coast Guard.
That is the minimum requirement in order to join the military as an officer. Once you get past Captain rank, literally every aspect of your life goes into effect here.
Even if you are born and raised dumb, you can fix the smarts rating by going to the library and doing every self-care thing available (meditation, gym, etc) as often as possible. Keep going to school, and go for your graduate degrees (masters, doctorate, etc) while you are in the military as an officer.