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EverWing: Items and Power-Ups Guide

Updated on July 25, 2017
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EverWing Items and Power-Ups Guide
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If you’re playing EverWing, then that means you’ve been encountering all sorts of items and power-ups as you fly and try to save the world from destructive Monsters and Bosses. This guide is designed to specifically help you learn more about all the items and power-ups and scrutinize them to their tiniest details.

What’s a magnet for? What does a Rush Flower do? How do mushrooms and clovers work? Why bother collecting coins and gems? The answers to these questions are about to be revealed! Read on and discover the secrets about all the items and power-ups you can collect in EverWing.

EverWing Items

1. Magnet

This item is capable of giving you the magnetic ability to pull other items toward you. With this item, there’s no longer any need to rush over and directly fetch the items. The magnet provides an invisible veil that surrounds you and attracts stuff for a set amount of time.

When you see the magnet on screen, catch it as fast as you can and the rest will follow.

2. Rush Flower

The Rush Flower is technically the most useful item in the game. It has the power to make you rush and render you invincible for a short amount of time. As it is aptly named, it propels you quickly against the enemies, leaving nothing but destruction in your wake.

Collect it as soon as you see it on the screen and obliterate all the enemies!

3. Mushroom

Mushrooms give you the ability to fire double shots for 10 seconds. That’s double of whatever your bullet level is! With twice the firepower in hand, enemies beware! It’s time to lay waste upon those evil Monsters and Bosses.

Mushrooms give you the much needed boosts in order to survive each wave of enemies. That is why you should take them every chance you get.

4. Clover

Clovers increase the player’s bullet level by 1. This means that the more clovers you get, the more powerful you become. Keep in mind though that the max bullet level in this game is 70. Now collect those clovers and demolish all evil for the sake of peace and prosperity!

Clovers come by less often than the other items. I suggest that you prioritize taking them first because the added firepower won't hurt you any less.

5. Trophy

A trophy is nothing else than a trophy. Here in this game, it is used to buy dragon eggs. The more trophies you have, the more dragon eggs you can buy.

Trophies are often dropped by Bosses and Armored Loot Goblins. Also, you can gain a lot of trophies by outranking friends in the leader boards. The more you play and the further you delve into the game, the more trophies you get.

6. Coin

This is the most basic unit of currency in EverWing. One coin means +1 score. Simply put, one coin literally means “one coin.” It’s just a single coin.

The Coins you receive can be used to purchase Guardians such as Fiona, Sophia, Lily, Aurora and Lenore and Dragon Eggs such as the Common Dragon Egg, the Bronze Dragon Egg, and the Gold Dragon Egg.

7. Amethyst Gem

An amethyst gem is equivalent to 10 coins. That means +10 score!

More Ruby Gems means more Coins for you! The Coins you receive with the exchange of Amethyst Gems can be used to purchase Guardians such as Fiona, Sophia, Lily, Aurora and Lenore and Dragon Eggs such as the Common Dragon Egg, the Bronze Dragon Egg, and the Gold Dragon Egg.

8. Ruby Gem

A ruby gem is equivalent to 20 coins. That means +20 score!

More Ruby Gems means more Coins for you! The Coins you receive with the exchange of Ruby Gems can be used to purchase Guardians such as Fiona, Sophia, Lily, Aurora and Lenore and Dragon Eggs such as the Common Dragon Egg, the Bronze Dragon Egg, and the Gold Dragon Egg.

9. Diamond Gem

A diamond gem is equivalent to 40 coins. That means +40 score!

More Diamond Gems means more Coins for you! The Coins you receive with the exchange of Diamond Gems can be used to purchase Guardians such as Fiona, Sophia, Lily, Aurora and Lenore and Dragon Eggs such as the Common Dragon Egg, the Bronze Dragon Egg, and the Gold Dragon Egg.

10. Energy

Every Energy you collect gives you +1 Raid Boss Energy. Raid Boss Energies are energies you can use to play a special game mode called Boss Raid. Unlike Standard Mode, Boss Raid lets you go straight to the Bosses for you to eliminate and receive grander prizes such as Legendary Dragon Eggs. Note that Energies are dropped by Bosses in Standard Mode.

EverWing Power-Ups

1. Time Freeze

The Time Freeze is a power-up that controls the environment and slows down enemies and their attacks considerably. This power-up can be bought at the start of a raid for 3000 coins.

2. Speed Rush

The Speed Rush is a power-up that allows you to annihilate all enemy units and collect their loots for a short amount of time. It’s similar to the Rush Flower but better and more powerful. This power-up can be bought at the start of a raid for 250 trophies.

3. Arcane Blast

The Arcane Blast is a rod-shaped power-up that gives you the power to emit powerful magical lasers. It can be used three time before running out of power. This power-up ca be bought at the start of a raid for 250 trophies.

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      G Mooney 8 days ago

      Hi i was playing everwing and i notice that it was not adding my score and then on the on weekly score changed i had a hi score and it did not even show and then it shows a very low score and now it showes my medium score it still doesn't show my hi score