10 Westworld Tips & Tricks You Need to Know

Westworld Game Tips

It was only a matter of time before HBO’s hit show Westworld got the mobile game treatment.

And if you poured hundreds of hours into Fallout Shelter, then it’s a safe bet that you’ll spend just as much time with this one. As a new Westworld trainee, you’ve been put in charge of the official Delos Park Training Simulation (DPTS). In order to learn all the skills needed to become a trustworthy employee, you’ll have to keep your Guests happy and make sure your Hosts are always up to task. With this essential tips guide in your grasp, you’ll make your Westworld masters happy and give your Guests everything they desire…and more.

Here are the top 10 tips, tricks, and cheats you need to know for Westworld:

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1. Assemble a Nice Collection of Hosts & Power Them Up Whenever Possible

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• Keeping the many patrons of the DPTS entertained is done through the efforts of your Hosts. As you utilize the ones in your stable to fulfill your Guests’ desires and complete other game conditions, you’ll amass Coins and Host Codes. You’re going to need those items, plus Gems and Social Points to craft new types of Hosts. Once you unlock new buildings, immediately build up the Hosts needed to perform the sort of activities each buildings’ Guest is into. The more Hosts you have, the more you’ll have on hand to keep your Guests happy. More happy guests means tons more rewards that go right into amassing new Hosts.

• Improving your Hosts is mainly accomplished by having them successfully interact with Guests and taking them to the Rebuild facility. Whenever you select a Host to upgrade, it’s best to sacrifice four XP Prototypes instead of other working Hosts. Once you max out any one of your Hosts, you can choose to permanently level them up by giving up two Hosts of the same Star Rank. Once that’s complete, the Star Rank of that Host will increase and cause them to be even more efficient at keeping your Guests happy.

2. Successful Guest and Host Matchups are Based on Hat Color, Host Roles, and Their Interaction Rating

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• When it’s time to select a Host to interact with one of your Guests, there’s three main factors you’ll need to take under consideration – the Hosts’ hat color, their roles, and their …read more

Source:: Heavy.com

      

Air show stuns with spectacular array of performers over the Wasatch

HILL AIR FORCE BASE — One of the most-attended events in the state of Utah took off Saturday, with hundreds of thousands of spectators turning their eyes to the skies.

“I love aviation,” said Russ Ross, whose father was a U.S. Air Force pilot. “It brings tears to my eyes. I just love it.”

He wasn’t alone as the tarmac filled with patriots and enthusiasts alike, cheering the death-defying moves of pilots brought in from all over the country.

“It’s a hard show to fly because of the altitude,” said Kevin Ireland, executive director of the Utah Air Show Foundation, which fundraises for years to put on the super popular Warriors Over the Wasatch Air and Space Show at Hill Air Force Base for two days every other year. Ireland hand-picks the performers and said he likes to fill the show with seasoned pilots and “something exciting and different” every time.

Air shows are a great recruiting and retention tool for the military, as seeing the equipment up close and witnessing the maneuvers the pilots pull off is often exhilarating.

James Wooldridge, Deseret News

Gary Rower flies a 1941 Stearman past a Thunderbird F-16 during the Warriors Over the Wasatch Air and Space Show at Hill Air Force Base on Saturday, June 23, 2018.

James Wooldridge, Deseret News

Spectators film the Thunderbirds on their phones during the Warriors Over the Wasatch Air and Space Show at Hill Air Force Base on Saturday, June 23, 2018.

“It’s also an opportunity to show the public where their tax dollars are going and what we’re doing to keep up the national defense,” said Micah Garbarino, a spokesman with the 75th Air Base Wing. He said the Utah show gets bigger and bigger because of the “amazingly supportive community” in northern Utah.

It helps, too, that they fly some of the oldest and the newest aircraft in the world during the show.

“It’s so cool,” said Colton Anderson, age 8. His favorite performance of the day was the set of fairly new F-35 Lightning jets, because “they were loud,” he said.

Hill treated spectators to a demonstration of what the fighter jets can do, including appearing out of nowhere and flying so fast that the ground rumbles as they pass. The Utah air base was one of the first to get a squadron of F-35s, and air show announcer Mike Berriochoa said they are “a show …read more

Source:: Deseret News – Business News

      

Stampeders crush Argonauts in Grey Cup rematch; Ray stretchered off field

TORONTO — Bo Levi Mitchell and the Calgary Stampeders turned the Grey Cup rematch into a lopsided rout Saturday night.

Mitchell threw three touchdown passes as Calgary embarrassed Toronto 41-7 at BMO Field in the first meeting between the two teams since the Argonauts’ 27-24 Grey Cup win in November. Mitchell improved his career regular-season record against the Double Blue to 9-0 while guiding the Stampeders to their ninth consecutive regular-season victory over the defending CFL champions.

Toronto also lost starter Ricky Ray late in the third. After being sandwiched between two Stampeders defenders, Ray received on-field medical treatment before going on a backboard then a stretcher with his neck immobilized and leaving on a cart following roughly a 20-minute delay.

Ray, who could be seen moving his fingers, finished 12-of-17 passing for 74 yards. He was replaced by James Franklin, who scored Toronto’s lone TD on a 10-yard run at 9:11 of the fourth.

Mitchell improved his career regular-season record to 58-10-2 and is 27-3-2 versus East Division teams. Rookie running back Don Jackson also ran for 123 yards on nine carries while Eric Rogers registered five catches for 131 yards and two TDs.

Mitchell finished 20-of-22 passing for 324 yards with the three TDs before giving way to Nick Arbuckle in the fourth.

Calgary (2-0) also registered its sixth straight road win over Toronto (0-2). The Argos last beat the Stampeders on Sept. 21, 2013 and their last home victory against them came July 7, 2012.

Toronto opened a season with two straight losses for the first time since 2002. Ray lost his seventh straight start against the Stamps and dropped to 14-23 all-time against them before a home-opening crowd of 16,450, roughly 1,550 short of a sellout with the upper-east balcony closed.

After gaining just 69 first-half yards offensively, Toronto opened the second half turning the ball over on downs. Franklin was stopped on a third-and-one gamble at the Calgary 49-yard line.

Calgary responded with Mitchell’s 10-yard TD strike to Rogers at 5:33 to go ahead 27-1.

Arbuckle, DaVaris Daniels and Terry Williams, on a 102-yard punt return, had Calgary’s other TDs. Rene Paredes had five converts and two field goals, boosting his streak to 15 straight.

Ronnie Pfeffer added a single for Toronto.

Paredes’ 18-yard field goal at 14:32 of the second staked Calgary to a commanding 20-1 half-time advantage. Toronto’s defence had few answers for Mitchell and Co. while the Argos’ offence struggled to move the ball …read more

Source:: Sportsnet.ca – Sports news