Whether you are reading this ahead of time (before Turtle Sprint’s release) or you’re playing Turtle Sprint and having a hard time moving the turtles around, we want to take a moment to share some tips from our own (rather extensive) play experience.
- The screen and your hands are clean. Finger movement must be quick to save the baby sea turtles and a dirty screen can slow your movement down or make the turtles seem “sticky.”
- If you are right-handed and it seems like your view is being obstructed, place your hand in a vertical position. Playing with a horizontal hand placement can make it hard to see. Comfort should not be affected.
- Play with the music on. It’s a fun sensory element that adds to the feel of the game.
- Use the rocks and shells as places to hold your turtles to save time and hearts!
For other concerns, please contact us directly and we’ll do our best to get you an answer as quickly as possible. Thanks for playing!
Please note: We’ve performed extensive bug testing between the two of us and with different iPads but realize we cannot always catch everything. If you come across a bug, the following information would be amazing to receive!
- iPad model (iPad 2, iPad mini, etc):
- Software Version (found under Settings > General > About > Version):
- Description of the Problem:
- Date of Bug Discovered:
Thank you so much for taking the time to notice and to send us this information. Because of your kindness, we’ll be able to improve Turtle Sprint for you and all of our other players.