Baseball Superstars II Guide | Tips, Cheats, and Unlockables
Baseball Superstars II Pro is the fourth iteration in a very, very addictive series of games on the iOS platform.With an anime-type graphic style and a less realistic take on the sport, Baseball Superstars doesn’t care about being cutting edge – it just provides pure, unpolluted fun.
The seven game modes
A regular friendly match
Play through a tournament with the team of your choosing
Play through the career of a batter or pitcher
Play through the career of a coach/manager
Hit home runs for G Points. The longer then homer, the more points you get.
Using your player, bat or pitch through challenges for G Points
Online mode. Note that you’re not actually playing other people, just the AI with their team.
My League is probably the primary mode you’ll be playing with this game. You play through at most 11 seasons with a player of your creation, building up his stats and buying gear. The main things you can do in this mode are training, buying items, doing an “outing”, and playing the game. You can choose to be either a batter or a pitcher.
Before you start your first season in My League, your coach will ask you to set goals for the year. The easiest three for batting are usually batting average, hits, and OPS. For pitching, I usually go with WHIP, K’s, and K/9. It’s important to reach them for G Points, money and fame.
Right after making a new character, you should go into the mission mode/ homerun race for lots of free G Points. There’s no downside… keep repeating missions until you feel like the points aren’t worth the time anymore. It’s good practice, anyway, especially against the super pitchers. Tip: You get extra G Points for hitting the signs in Home Run Race.
After every pair of games you play, you get to pick what to do, spending Action Points. It’s important to be efficient with them – try to end up with the smallest amount you can every single time.
For batting, by far the most important stat is power. This is especially the case if you’ve played the other Baseball Superstars – timing shouldn’t be much of an issue. If your timing is good, the batting stat will be pretty useless to add. You can space out your points much more in pitching, but the more important ones are curve and speed.
Start out training your power/curve/speed and Super Batting/Super Pitching. After training the supers’, you unlock SPs for further upgrades. Don’t spend all your G Points though; save some for illnesses, injuries, and negative skills.
As your batter’s career goes on, keep emphasizing on power, while dabbling into the other skills 2ish times per season. This is to avoid getting negative skills, which you can get from lack of training or extended periods of low morale.
At the end of each season, if you’ve led the league in any of the categories or have been awarded MVP, assertively ask for a raise. It’ll lower your fame but give you more money (a 20% raise as opposed to a 10%).
At the end of your career, you can retire your player into the Hall of Fame for 30,000 G Points, and subsequently use him in season & the other modes.
Military Cap (Batter Cap)
Ironclad Glove (Batter Glove)
Wizardry Hat (Pitcher Cap)
Wizardry Hat (Pitcher Cap)
Best Gear/Unlockables in the game (+220 stat)
Berserker Helm (Batter Cap)
2 Cycling Home Runs
Force Gauntlet (Batter Glove)
3 Back to Back Homeruns
Force Blade (Batter Bat)
Super batters all level 5
Ikarus Shoes (Batter Shoes)
30 Tournament Wins
General’s Crown (Pitcher Cap)
25 K’s in a game…twice
LEVEL 55555 (Pitcher Glove)
Super pitchers all level 5
Goggle Sunglasses (Pitcher Accessory)
Register ranking online
- If you want to switch your game save to another device, go to Options and Data Management. Save the Data and then Load it on your other device.
- To save G points, wait until you get two negative skills before using Hypnotization. Having 1 usually isn’t bad enough to warrant using 2000 G Points.
- Keep your morale up so you don’t get the negative skill Basket-case, which lowers all your abilities by 20%.
- Don’t prolong healing an injury. If you wait too long, you may be due for an early retirement…
- Be efficient with your AP. Super Bat training and the Quiz show cost 6 AP each, Resting costs 3, and most of the other things cost 4. The less AP you have leftover, the less you’re wasting. An example is if you need to replenish morale, and you have 6 AP, remember to rest twice instead of “Replenishing Morale”. This obviously goes for season mode as well.
- Use your super bat when the pitcher screws up, which is notified by two red exclamation points above him after he pitches. When this happens, the ball goes exactly to the middle of the batter’s box, and combined with a Super Bat, results in good things.