How To Get Unlimited Coins For NBA Live Mobile

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  NBA Live Mobile is all about building up your personal team's roster. There's no playing with "real" NBA team rosters. Instead, the user starts with a base roster of low-rated players, and then through the purchase of card packs, acquisitions from the Auction House, and items received through rewards and completing collections, build the team into a powerhouse.

  The game starts out with a tutorial that goes over the basics of playing fairly effectively. The controls include an on-screen virtual stick for movement and three "buttons" that have different functions when on offense and defense. There are no optional control schemes. The only thing that can be changed is reversing which side has the stick and which the buttons.

  NBA Live Mobile features three primary modes of play. The first is a "Season" which consists of 14 games against A.I.-controlled teams. Win enough of them and make the three-game "Playoffs" and getting through those leads to the one-game Finals. Taking home the championship will bring lots of rewards with it, and then the season starts over against marginally better competition.

  There are also Live Events. These are more along the lines of mini-games or brief stretches of gameplay that have an objective to achieve. The completion of them earns more coins and/or rewards in the form of cards, trophies, and collectibles. New Live Events are added daily.

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  Then there are Head-to-Head games. These are turn-based, with the user that initiates the game playing the first and third quarters against the other team's AI controlled players, and the other playing the second and fourth quarters. There are "fans" earned through the games which contribute to leaderboard progression, and advancement on the leaderboards is rewarded with special item packs.

  The method of playing "head-to-head" makes some sense but in practice really doesn't work out. I've yet to have a single game go beyond my playing of the first quarter. Either the opponents I've challenged simply have no interest in playing the games or they are seeing a score that I've built up from the first quarter and deciding against continuing.

  The economy in NBA Live Mobile is made up of Coins and NBA Cash. The coins are earned through playing the game and selling items. They are used to buy card packs and obtain players from auction. The cash is what is purchased with real money and can only be spent on card packs.

  The concern, as always, with the Ultimate Team model is that real money has to be purchased to keep up and compete with others, that it becomes a grind if not spending money which results in the degradation of the fun factor. That hasn't been the case with NBA Live Mobile. I was able to build up a pretty good team without spending money. That hasn't included the top rated players in the game but over time they seem achievable as well. It'll just take a lot longer to complete sets to get them or build up enough in coins to grab individuals at auction.

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  There is a "Stamina" element built into NBA Live Mobile, which is commonly found in free-to-play games. Each event played uses stamina, and if depleted, you have to wait for it to replenish before playing again, or pay to replenish it immediately.

  Thankfully this artificial barrier to playing has only stopped me a few times in the many hours I've been active with the game. Max stamina increases along with hitting some new levels of XP, and it is replenished often enough as a reward that it hasn't proven frustrating yet.

  While the building up of the roster is the driving force behind the Ultimate Team concept, the actual gameplay of course matters as well. Quarters are two minutes long and that is sufficient for this type of game. That I found the controls to function well is significant, as I've never believed on-screen controls for traditional team sports games on mobile devices to be a smart design decision. And most developers would agree given the shift to card battles and team building models.

  On offense the stick controls movement while the buttons are Pass, Shoot, and "Drive" (holding it down sprints, tapping executes moves like crossovers, spins and hesitations). Holding down the Drive button and swiping over to the Pass and Shoot buttons proved especially effective for taking responsive actions when slashing to the basket or for getting the ball to an open teammate. On defense the buttons are for switching players, blocking shots, and defending (hold down to pressure the ball-handler or tap to try and steal).

  There are some really impressive animations in the gameplay and smart movement from the players. When standing around on offense you'll find teammates setting up screens and working to get open. Like every basketball video game there are some issues with the directional-based passing, but here it's not near as frustrating as on consoles. The gameplay slows down on shots in the final 10 seconds of each quarter to add drama, but those scenes play out for too long and become a drag. The shooting meter is great and the rebounding is somehow better in the mobile game than in the console one.

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  The graphics are excellent for a mobile game. The courts in particular look phenomenal. While there won't be closeups of player faces they are still very recognizable, based on the accurate-looking player models and accessories.

  NBA Live Mobile looks like a simulation game but it falls closer to the arcade-side of things. I've only seen a total of seven fouls committed in well over 50 games. There are no eight second or back court violations. Three-point shots and driving to the hoop for scores are money. The A.I. opponents have little clue of how to execute on offense and don't understand late-game situations.

  That all leads into the biggest problem with the NBA Live Mobile: it's far too easy. I haven't lost a single game and the vast majority have been blowouts. What good is it investing time towards improving your team when you don't actually feel it's necessary to do so?

  All of the players, even those rated around 60, are good enough to get wins with against the A.I. Even in Season Mode, with the A.I. teams getting slightly better each season, user teams just advance at a much faster rate so they'll never be competitive. The game shouldn't be hard but without an actual challenge interest can quickly begin to wane.

  What works for NBA Live mobile, as far as a long-term goal, are the collections called "Sets". Putting cards, trophies and other items that have been earned towards these sets will eventually unlock highly-coveted items that even include legends.

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  The simplicity of the team-building model and enjoyable accessible gameplay puts NBA Live Mobile in the company of the best sports games on mobile. If it doesn't become more challenging however it will remain as simply a lengthy campaign to collect the most desirable players, with little need for them on the actual court.

  Time is money. First of all, in order to get NBA Live Mobile Coins, you need to spend time in the game. If you are willing to spend time on making NBA Live Mobile Coins to upgrade your lineup, you can check out the guides on If you'd like to spend money in the game, you can directly buy coins. Click to Buy NBA Live Mobile Coins.

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  1.Beginners of the game can quickly complete some basic tasks which only require some basic knowledge of the game. It only takes about 10 minutes. After that, you have some coins, but it's not the best time to invest yet. You also need to make coins by playing games. At the same time, don't forget to complete Live events where you will be greatly rewarded. Some live events only need to be done once. Physical strength is very important to gamers. As long as you have enough strength, you can make coins. During this stage, it takes some effort and time to make NBA Live Mobile Coins.

  2. Next, when you have 100K Coins, you can make coins in a better way. Currently, gamers all open 7500 Coins packs, which results in lots of gold players on the market. You can get started with the gold cards. Buy regular gold card (OVR < 79) with less than 2000 coins and sell higher than 3500, because it's impossible to buy the high price. Don't sell at 3500 Coins.

  The red cup is currently expensive. You can directly use 5 gold cards to pull the cup and sell it to make NBA Live Mobile Coins. Silver card is 1100 coins, gold cup 5000 and red cup 23000. Buy gold card below 2000 coins. Be prepared with 50 gold cards. It's better to have more gold cards with you since you can pull a red cup by pulling 10 times. You can't not lose by using this method.

  3. When you have 500K Coins, you can change your focus from the quantity to quality. Please remember that thing which is rare is dear. Now there are 5 lineups. With some lineups, SF or SG are needed. You can buy these players with low price. This time you should focus on players with more than 80 OVR. Players' prices change with the market, so patience and opportunities are important.


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