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Fall Guys: Tiptoe strategy to win the show

Have trouble passing Tiptoe? Here are some tips and strategies to consider when participating in this show and beating the competition in Fall Guys.

Fall Guys' move to a free-to-play presentation has attracted millions of new players to try out one of 2020's flagship titles - or return to those moments of two years ago. Now coming to all platforms - PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Nintendo Switch and PC - it's time to participate in new and old shows to be among the last to reach the coveted crown.

What is Tiptoe about?

Within the game's titles, one of the ones that can bring the most trouble to players is Tiptoe, one of the shows that players can find just before the grand finale. In this show, players will find a series of tiles, where a path is hidden among them. Some of the tiles are fake and will disappear as soon as the player steps on them, causing the player to fall into the void and return to the beginning. On the other hand, others will remain fixed and will emit a color that will make them stand out for a while. When on average there are less than 20 players left, being one of the first 10 players generates some pressure to advance, but not knowing where to step becomes worse.

Tips to succeed in Tiptoe

As such, there is no strategy to guarantee that you will pass this show because every path will be different in every game. However, there are some key aspects to consider:

  • Memory is an essential part of Tiptoe. If for some reason you fall, remembering the progressed path will be essential if you want to get back to where you were. It may help to follow another player who has fallen, although it is to trust that they have memorized the correct path. Remember that the tiles will return to their place or will recover their original color.
  • Expect other players to reveal the path. Surely there will be players who want to be the brave ones and advance. If they do and move forward, follow them, if they fall, let someone else try. If you are in the early stages, try it yourself, as there is not much room to advance. Remember that also, grabbing another player can be the option to throw him and see what happens (Hey, if it worked in Squid Game, why not in this show?), although, of course, the same can happen to you.
  • Try to pay attention to the tiles. Some untouched platforms will shake a little if they are fake. This applies to the last three rows. On the other hand, in the last two rows, the safe tiles will be in the same column, so that can help your way to the goal to be faster to reach.