Disney Emoji Blitz is, in short, another match-3 puzzle game. Only this time you get to line up the adorable little caricatures of recognizable Disney icons instead of colored gemstones. Not a bad idea, really.
New characters can be earned, each with their own special abilities. They can also level-up to boost their point values. Clearing out large groups will create power-ups, etc. It's mostly par for the course.
One Jump Ahead
Preparation can actually make a big difference. Different character abilities will be useful in different situations, but the key is to find what works for you.
Keep leveling-up your emojis. Every emoji you earn can gain experience through regular play (when you equip them), and the higher their level the more points they'll end up giving you.
Check abilities before jumping into a game. Many of the character abilities are similar, but you'll still want to know who does what so that you can plan accordingly once you're in the thick of it.
Boosts are usually a waste of coins. Unless you have a surplus of gold, or you really want to clear a particular challenge, it's probably best to hold on to your money.
Zero to Hero
Each game of Disney Emoji Blitz is on a timer, so you'll need to work fast. That doesn't mean you can't also work smart, though.
Try not to focus on character icons. Instead, look out for large groups of colors and go from there. It's (generally speaking) a lot easier to make sense of things that way.
Don't use power-ups right away. Different types have different functions, such as clearing out horizontal and/or vertical lines or removing all of a single character from the board. The thing is, most of these power-ups can combo with each other and clear out even larger chunks (and earn you tons more points) if you get them lined up right.
Keep an eye out for souvenirs. These items (recognizable as the only icons on the board that aren't a face) are needed in order to complete souvenir sets and earn even more gold. They're often used to complete challenges as well. You can collect them by getting them to the bottom of the screen.
Wait for Blitz Mode to activate to start using more power-ups and character abilities for an even bigger score boost.
Whatever's left in the character ability meter at the end of a game will be used to place storm cloud power-ups (clear vertical or horizontal lines) at random for some last-second scoring. The more that's in the meter, the more power-ups you get.
Disney Emoji Blitz not the sort of game that will win over those sho don't like the genre or anyone who might be burned out on matching triplicates, but it's fun enough when taken at face (pun sort of intended) value. There are lots of characters to unlock and collect, plenty of high scores to chase, and it's fun, for lack of a fancier descriptor.