Tingle then battles Uncle Rupee as he lied and Rupeeland is not a paradise, but more of the opposite. Rupees can also be spent on items, bodyguards or when bargaining. Items and Recipes Tingle can obtain many items in the game, most of which can be sold but many items have other uses. Mapping can be done by pulling out your map and circling the area on the map with the stylus where the landmark is located. The 35 year old does this, and comes upon. Upon completing a map with every landmark, Tingle can sell the completed map to the town-map seller at. Freshly Picked: Tingle's Rosy Rupeeland features a plethora of non-playable characters that Tingle can interact with and all of them have one desire, rupees and lots of them.
Name : 1404 - Freshly Picked: Tingle's Rosy Rupeeland Languages : English, Français, Deutsch, Italiano, Español Release Group : FireX Filename : frx-trre. The more you give, the more informations the town's people will give you. Tingle can also hire bodyguards which range in strength to fight for him, Tingle can either leave the bodyguard to fight solo or join in the fight. If enough Rupees are fed, the tower found under the pool will grow upwards towards the sky, and Tingle will be able to enter Rupeeland. Salons can be found on each continent and the bodyguards within become progressively more expensive. Upon defeat, an enemy will normally drop items or rupees, items can be sold or perhaps used as ingredients in recipes.
Many items are treasures, usually weapons, Tingle can't use the weapons but he can sell them for a high price. Rupees The game places heavy emphasis on , the main goal of the game is to collect as many as possible as dictated by the games main antagonist Uncle Rupee. Rupee Goods cannot be sold, instead Tingle keeps them in the attic at his house. Tingle carries no weapons, upon encountering an enemy, Tingle will fight automatically represented by a fight cloud, the player must then tap repeatedly on the fight cloud with the stylus to win. When a certain amount has been thrown in, the Western Pool will grow into a huge tower, Tingle can climb to the top and launch himself off with the assistance of his balloon, to reach lands that were previously inaccessible. Tingle does this, but only to find that Uncle Rupee wanted the riches for himself.
In Balloon Trip of Love, players explore a picture book in a romantic puzzle adventure starring Tingle and a trio of fellow adventurers inspired by the Scarecrow, Cowardly Lion and Tin Man from The Wizard of Oz. There are 30 bodyguards in the game, 27 are salon bodyguards and the remaining 3 are special drifter bodyguards. The voice tells him to go to the pond next to his house. Uncle Rupee dresses up the 35 year old, and tells him from then on his name would be Tingle. There, Uncle Rupee, an old man with a Rupee-shaped head, appears and offers Tingle a life in a paradise called Rupeeland if he continues to feed Rupees to the Western Pool. Rupee Goods Tingle can come across hidden treasures throughout his quest, these treasures are and 30 can be found scattered throughout the game. Freshly Picked: Tingle's Rosy Rupeeland is a spin-off game from the for the handheld game console, developed by the Japanese company Vanpool and published by.
Other items include ingredients for cooking at Tingle's house, you can experiment with ingredients or follow a recipe earned by completing quests. The plot of Freshly-Picked - Tingle's Rosy Rupeeland follows Tingle's transformation from a rather ordinary middle-aged man into his green-clothed fairy persona. Bodyguards can also only be used on the continents where they were hired. Tingle can hire only 1 bodyguard at a time, any other contract made with another bodyguard will terminate the previous contract. Before Tingle can even talk to the bodyguards he has to pay commission which costs 10 Rupees on the 1st continent, 50 on the 2nd and 100 on the 3rd. Tingle can only carry his prepared recipes in , 23 of which can be found in the game. These bodyguards are very powerful and also very expensive, unlike salon bodyguards they can not be re-hired when they lose all their health, instead they must be re-found.
. There are also 2 quest bodyguards which are mandatory as the story progresses. It's virtually impossible to not lose rupees during a fight. If Tingle doesn't like the bodyguards on offer he can ring the bell to change the line-up. There are also 2 quest bodyguards.
If you offer too much, they will accept and take all of the rupees but you may have paid far more then what you needed too, it comes down to trial and error to determine the best price. Very rarely will any character ask for a set price, instead Tingle has to make an offer and hope that the character will accept, this can be very tricky as the characters normally give no indication of how much they will accept, if you offer too little they will refuse and they will also take all of the rupees you made in the offer. There are 3 drifter bodyguards in the game, they can not be found in salons, instead they can be encountered in hidden locations around the land. To progress in the game, the rupees collected must eventually be thrown into the next to Tingle's house. Tingle character already appeared in many Zelda games before.
Entering the Hero's Shrine will also terminate a contract. Bodyguards Scattered around each land are salons where Tingle can hire bodyguards, hiring bodyguards is optional but makes the game far easier. Rupees also represent Tingle's health in this game unlike the traditional in mainstream Zelda games. Unlike its predecessor, the game was never officially translated or released outside of Japan. Bodyguards come in 3 types: Small, Medium and Large Small: These bodyguards are fairly weak with low health, attack and defence but are capable of entering small holes to find treasure. This game is like a spin off or parody of Zelda games.