STATS

HAWAIIAN STITCH
[Lilo & Stitch]

Score:
Max:
Charge:
Skill:

Other:

100 (+18 per level)
982 (level 50)
14
Clears an arch of Tsums.

You may use gyro to clear
to top portion of the arch
but meh, it's a waste of
effort imo.

Skill Radius
1 XS
2 S
3 M
4 L
5 XL
6 XXL

MY RATING

High Score:
Coins:
Bursting:
Combo:

Overall:




High Score: Scoring potential of Tsum, Coins: How well this Tsum earns coins, Bursting: Amount of Tsums this guy can obliterate each game--basically a measure of how well it will help you level up other Tsums, Combo: Ease of getting high combos.

VIDEO

Music: Keali'i Reichel - E O Mai

STRATEGY

Disney gave stitch a haku lei and now he's Hawaiian. Makes sense. He's a pretty decent burst Tsum similar to The Japanese version got a musical version that as far as I know, was not available on the US version. Pretty lame.

Hawaiian Stitch's skill is him walking in a rainbow shape across the screen and clears Tsums in his path. He walks along the edges of the screen so more often than not you will miss out on having the top section cleared just because there are no Tsums there. Now, I know that most of you are automatically thinking "OMG USE GYRO FOOOLLL!!!" but I personally don't like it and I think Hawaiian Stitch is just another Disney attempt to get people to use that useless gyro feature which is a complete waste of battery. Battery that needs to be saved for Pokemon!!

When I play Hawaiian Stitch which is almost never, I prefer to use the shuffle button IF ANYTHING. I really don't know if shuffle does much but it does help you bump Tsums up and clear them. Just a light tap and use skill immediately after. One upside is that it shoots bubbles up and they end up falling to the center where they cause maximum destruction. I don't know.. watch the video above and see if you think it's worth it to shuffle the screen for a few extra Tsums cleared. I'm definitely never going to be convinced to use gyro though. The only person I'd ever use gyro for is Beast.

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