Army Men Strike

Quests, Rewards, & Bonuses
Army Men Strike Guide

Quests, Rewards, & Bonuses

Army Men strike is generous when it comes to showering its players with free stuff. Even the stuff that actually matters and those one that you usually spend money for, it pitches it for free every once in a while. They usually are given in different conditions, or requirements that the players should take part into. For instance, there are the simple sign-in bonuses, where you'll simply have to play the day in consecutive days in order to earn some really valuable item, or take part into the daily Quests that it requires you to do, and be rewarded with lots of freebies in return.

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(The image above shows the simple daily sign-in bonuses which you get when you play the game daily)

The thing is, if you have patience in taking part in any of these, you'll pretty much end up having enough in-game Resources that should relatively earn you some really good progress in the game. The most common way to earn a reward item though is through the game achievements. Achievements are pretty much every accomplishment you do in the game and not necessarily something monumental or feat that you have to reach. For instance, every time that you reach a certain level of Upgrade in any of the buildings or structures that you have in your Command Center, your earn an achievement for it -- likewise, a reward item with it.

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(the image above shows the basic quests window, and gathering the rewards from accomplishing its tasks)

The Basic Quests to render in the game are separated in categories such as:

HQ Development - Quests that are relatively focused on each of the Facilities currently in your Command Center. This also includes the level of Upgrade you have for each structure. As you get higher in the facilities' level of upgrade, the game tends to reward you with a bigger sum of Items. Reward items usually include a number of plastic and paint resource, as well as some EXP points for you (commander).

Examples of HQ development that you have to achieve are:

Upgrade Copter Factory to Level X
Upgrade Parade Ground to Level X
Upgrade Tank Factory to Level X
Upgrade RC Plane to Level X
Upgrade Nexus to Level X

Military Growth - Quests that are relatively focused on having the players reach a total number of units in their respective infantry (army). This usually require players to collect a certain number of a a particular army unit. As the game requirements become higher, in return, it tends to reward players with a heftier sum of Items. Similar to HQ Development, reward items usually include a number of plastic and paint resource, as well as some EXP points for you (commander).

Example of the usual requirement that you have to achieve:

Train "X" of "Y"
Where X is the number of units it will require you,
and Y will be the type of unit.
(e.g. Train 15 Recon Tank)

Technology Research - Quests that are focused entirely on the technology that you have managed to research in your "Lab" facility. This usually includes the plethora of skills that you can acquire including healing rate of your soldiers, increase in generation and your efficiency in collecting Resources, as well as buffs for your army units. As the requirement become harder to research (requires more time to research), the game tends to give commensurate reward Items. Reward items usually include a number of plastic and paint resource, as well as some EXP points for you (commander). Technology research achievements are rather harder to pull through since each requirement tends to require multiple research items at a time, which themselves requires several hours to research.

Examples of Technology Research that you have to achieve are:

Research "X" technology (where X stands for the number of technology you have to obtain)
Research Paint Box "X" (where X stands for the level of research)
Research Strike "X" (where X stands for the level of research)
Research Heal "X" (where X stands for the level of research)
Research Fast Assemblage "X" (where X stands for the level of research)

Officer Quest - Quests that are focused entirely on the Officers that you currently have. This usually includes having to reach a certain level for an "X" number of officers, or reach a particular Star rating. It also covers assigning officers to particular special tasks, promoting them, or simply recruiting an "X" number of officers. Similar to Technology Research achievements, these ones are rather harder to pull through since promoting and upgrading them isn't that easy -- let alone having to recruit a number of them.

Examples of Officer Quest that you have to achieve are:

Upgrade "X" Officer(s) to Level "Y" (where X is the number of Officers, and Y is the required level)
Obtain "X" Officer(s) of 3-Star and above (where X is the number of required Officers to have)
Change assigned Officers "X" time(s) (where X is the number of times you have to re-assign them)
Promote Officer "X" time(s) (where X is the number of times you have to promote an officer)
Recruit Officer "X" time(s) (where X is the number of times you have to recruit an officer)

Battlefield Quest - This usually includes Quests relative on your performance in the battlefield including a number of wins (on sieges), a number of successful defense, or a number of successful attacks on rogue toys. Apart from the rewards you get from succeeding in your siege, or loots from defeating an Evil Toy, you get the additional rewards from reaching these milestones.

Examples of Battlefield Quest that you have to achieve are:

Attack Evil Toy "X" time(s) (where X is the number of times you have to attack rogue toys)
"X" Successful Defenses (where X is the number of times you successfully defended your HQ)
"X" Siege Victories (where X is the number of times you have successfully siege other HQs)

On top of these Quests, there are milestones too for achieving a certain number of "Achieved Quests". For instance, if you manage to complete 250 Quests, you'll earn the milestone "Complete 250 Quests" which will reward you with Commander EXP as well as a huge sum of Paint and Plastic.

On the other hand, you may also earn Items from working on your Daily Quests. Daily quests are particularly arranged, in a way that a player can actually render the given requirements with consideration to his/her current level and situation. There are 5 tier levels to the Daily Quests, and each time you earn enough points to reach a particular tier level, you earn the concluding gift box. As you get higher on the tier level, the items you get becomes all too rewarding.

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(the image above shows the daily quest and the different tier levels of achievements)

Understanding how it works is pretty simple. There are several actions in the game that you can perform, and whenever you successfully do so, it will reward you with a point equivalent to what is stated in that particular action. Tier levels to reach are separated by the total number of points you have successfully earned for that same day.

Tier level point requirements are always as such:

1st Tier - requires 100 points
2nd Tier - requires 600 points
3rd Tier - requires 1150 points
4th Tier - requires 1600 points
5th Tier - requires 2300 points

Usual Rewards:

Daily Rewards Chest for Tier 1:
8000 Paint, 8000 Plastic

Daily Rewards Chest for Tier 2:
16000 Paint, 16000 Plastic

Daily Rewards Chest for Tier 3:
5000 Commander EXP, Special Ops Sweep Ticket III, 24000 Plastic, 24000 Paint

Daily Rewards Chest for Tier 4:
Airstrike II x 5pcs, 40000 Plastic, 40000 Paint

Daily Rewards Chest for Tier 5:
Recruit Signet x 1pc, 100 Gold chest x 3pcs, Common Chest I x 50pcs, Private Exclusive Supply Chest x 50pcs

Always check the remaining time before the timer refreshes in order to maximize the stuff you can do in a day in order to reach Tier 5. Usual actions that you have perform include:

Upgrade Building (100 points) - upgrade any building "X" number of times
Research Technology (100 points) - complete and "X" number of research
Train Soldiers (100 points) - train an "X" number of particular soldiers
Build DEF Facility (100 points) - enlist an "X" number of particular DEF facility
Heal Wounded (100 points) - heal an "X" number of soldiers
Collect Resources (100 points) - collect an "X" number of resources
Unload Goods (100 points) - collect and unload an "X" number of loots (World Map)
Special Operation (100 points) - complete the spec ops for "X" number of times
Recruit Officer (100 points) - recruit an "X" number of Officers
Increase Officer EXP (150 points) - increase officer EXP "X" number of times
Promote Officer (300 points) - Promote an officer "X" times
Bug Killer (100 points) - Kill bug "X" number of times (event bonus)
Buy Item (300 points) - buy any item in store using Gold "X" times
VIP Points (300 points) - use VIP Point item "X" number of times
Fast Development (200 points) - Use any Speed-up Items "X" number of times
Use Resource Items (100 points) - Use Resource items "X" number of times
Kill Evil Toy (100 points) - Kill Evil Toys on Battlefield "X" number of times
Attack Victories (150 points) - win "X" times in attacking other HQ
Gather Resources (100 points) - collect an "X" amount of resources on the Battlefield
Claim Privileges Rewards (300 points) - Claim a particular type of Privilege Reward
Log-in game (50 points) - Log-in the game

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(The image above shows one of the tasks required in your Daily Goals, which is to purchase something in the store using Gold ten times. The Cheapest way to go is to buy 10 pieces of micro antenna which are just 5 Gold each. This is return will gather earn you additional 100 points on your Daily Goals)

Additional Bonuses

There are several bonuses thrown in the game every once in a while. For instance, when a game update is available, simply updating your current version would reward you with plenty of Items. Apart from this, you are also given somewhat of an additional bonus for qualifying on Individual Event Objectives, Growth Challenges, Timed Contests, and Battlefield Service Center Individual Stage Ranking. Rewards from these bonuses are usually a collection of rare items (speed-up, resource boxes, VIP boxes, Stamina), Gold, officer fragments, and varieties of supply chests. Usually, these additional rewards can be claimed through your Mail, and from there, go to the "System" tab.

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(the image above shows reward packages offered by the game for free just by updating to the latest version of the game)

Additionally, joining and actively participating in Corps activities would also benefit you with reward Items from Corps Gift boxes. Similar to Basic Quests, they have their individual requirements, and when your corps members collectively reach a particular goal, all members will be rewarded with commensurate items.


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