Here is a guide to the Hello Nikki Dress Up Queen Homepage!
Start Journey –
The Start Journey button is where you can access the different Acts – This is where the main game is at! There are a total of 9 Acts for the moment but the developers do add new acts – so more Nikki and Momo (And Yoko?) adventures for us!
At the end of each act, you need to have completed a specific suit (Or have obtained a number of clothing) in order to be able to move on the next act.
Act 1: Collection 30 (Obtain at least 30 items) >Act 2: Panda Dreamland > Act 3: Rock Singer > Act 4: Angel in White > Act 5: Wilds Flower > Act 6: The Purest Heart > Act 7: Ink Orchid > Act 8: Light Fairy > Act 9: Diving Carp
Maiden v/s Princess Mode –
Now, a lot of people are confused about the different modes. There are two modes, the Maiden mode and Princess mode. Maiden is the ‘normal’ mode and Princess is a little more challenging. In order to access a level in the Princess mode you will HAVE to have completed that level in the Maiden mode:) (i.e. You will not be able to attempt level 3-4 in Princess mode unless you’ve completed 3-4 in Maiden mode)
You can switch acts by clicking on the bottom left corner button.
So what’s the difference between Maiden mode and Princess mode?
First of all, Princess mode consumes more stamina (6 as opposed to 4 on maiden mode). Also, the number of times you can attempt each level is limited to 3. Unless you feel like spending diamonds to reset challenge attempts. You can do so by clicking the ‘+’ button, it will cost you 30 diamonds. In Princess mode, you can obtain rarer items (compared to maiden mode) and you will find that most of the items obtainable on Princess mode are evolvable at the Recipe Workshop. And you will definitely need to evolve many of these items to move on in the game – So avoiding Princess mode may not be an option!
Side Quests –
On top of the main levels, you can complete side quests – You don’t necessarily need to complete these levels in order to continue the main story. Each Act has a different number of side quests.
For example, in Act 2, there are two side quests.