You see where the apple is? If you drop it down in the direction of the red arrow to make the row between the bulls, it will make the bulls move up and down, as shown by the black arrows. If its already near the bottom it will go up, if its not it will go down. To move the bull across the board (this shows to the left, it works the same but the other way to go right) in this picture, move the onion to the space indicated by the red arrow to make a vertical row. The bull will then go along the board to the side. If you want it to go to the other side of the board (assuming the bull is on the left) then make the row on the right hand side of it. Another way to move the bull. The same applies to which ever direction you want to move. If you make a row directly next to it instead of under or above like the previous descriptions, it will move along that line. Watch the video to see what we mean!
You see the lone mushroom? We know we cannot remove rows of mushrooms any less than 3 so we need to make that mushroom produce babies. Make a row NEXT to the mushroom. In this picture, drop the carrot down to make the row. The adult mushroom has divided into two baby ones. You need to do the same again. Watch what happens when I move my sun down to make the row next to the babies. Can you see how they spring into new baby mushrooms? Now we have 3 babies together. You can make a row anywhere on the board for babies to grow on your next row, it doesn't have to be next to it. So make a row and watch them grow. 3 adult mushrooms in a row which will be taken away. And the solo ones need to have rows made next to them to get them to start making more babies. Just like this Points to remember: You MUST make a row next to the adult mushroom to get it to produce. On the next move, even if you do not match any crops next to them, they will automaticall