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There are many different guides on most of the games on Kongregate. However, there are only very few that provide you with many different guides in a single guide. For this reason, I am creating this guide.
The current topics covered include:
[July 26, 2012] Added missing controls.
[July 27, 2012] Added new ways to earn money. Edited ‘Zombie Mode.’ Shortened Change Log to 5 entries at a time to reduce size.
[July 29, 2012] Added new tip.
[July 31, 2012] Added new game mode. Added missing control. Added new tip.
Of course, in order for you to even play the game you need to know the controls.
‘WASD’ keys or Arrow keys
Left Mouse Button
Left Mouse Button
Right Mouse Button
Right Mouse Button
Hold Left Mouse Button
Hold ‘E’ key
Hold ‘E’ key
Press ‘E’ key
Press ‘E’ key
Press ‘Y’ then type in your message. Press ‘Enter’ to send
Controls can also be customized by going the Menu>Controls>Set Controls
Each gun has a fixed magazine depending on how you got it. If you looted it, you have 2 magazines. If you bought it, you have 3 magazines. If buy ammo for it, you have 4 magazines.
Damage (quick): 60
Damage (fatal): 120
Description: A melee weapon used to kill an enemy within a few hits.
Range: Short to midrange.
Description: A manual fire weapon that is often used as a secondary weapon.
Type: Assault Rifles
Description: Fully automatic weapons that are widely used. They are deadly weapons that can be used in almost any map.
Description: A manual fire weapon that can kill an enemy at long distances. However, it is ineffective at short range.
Damage: 15 × 6
Description: A manual fire weapon that fires spreaded bullets which allows it to kill enemies within short range. However, it is ineffective at long range.
Type: Explosive Grenade
Description: A grenade that has a wide blast radius. It is able to penetrate walls.
Type: Stun Grenade
Description: A grenade used to blind enemies rather than kill. The amount of time the effects last depends on how the target was hit.
Type: Gas Grenade
Description: A grenade used to block a person’s field of view using smoke.
You are split up into two teams. Death IS permanent until the next round starts. There are three ways to win.
1) The universal victory. The first team to annihilate all enemies wins.
2) Counter Terrorists only. Rescue all hostages by gathering them to the safe zone.
3) Terrorists only. Plant the bomb and wait for it to explode. Even if everyone on your side dies, as long as the bomb is active, you can still win.
You are split up into two teams. Death is NOT permanent. There is no winning situation, just a scoreboard. This mode is for the casual players who just want to get into action and fight.
A random player will be selected to become a zombie who infects others. That initial zombie will start off with 2000 HP and regenerates HP rapidly for a short amount of time in order for it to infect someone. Once a person becomes infected, he/she is instantly turned into a zombie and will have to infect others in order to win.
The objective of the humans is to eliminate all zombies.
This mode is like Team Death Match. However, zombies are added to both teams. They will aid you in fight.
Every player that enters to game is automatically a Counter Terrorist. The objective is to survive as long as you can while zombies, NPC terrorists, and/or kamikazes attack you wave after wave.
Every player who enters the game is going to fight against each other. There are no teams whatsoever.
Perhaps the most basic strategy of all. This tactic is very easy to learn. You simply find a good hiding spot, stay there, and shoot any victim that comes by.
Oh no! You have encountered an enemy head on! If you want to spare your HP, then I recommend zig-zagging throughout the crossfire. What exactly is zig-zagging? It’s simple really. Move left and right while firing back at your enemy. You will avoid many of the oncoming bullets. If you don’t have a decent weapon on you or have a sniper attacking, then simply zig-zag your way to a good hiding spot. Hopefully a team mate rescues you or the enemy simply can’t find you.
An enemy is distracted whilst aiming at another player. This is your chance to grab your knife and attack from behind! Shooting him/her isn’t recommended (unless you are far away) since the sound and injury may alert him/her and cause him/her to attack you instead. Remember, players can be unpredictable and may turn around at the wrong time (for you!) and attack. Use this tactic at your own risk!
One of your team mates have been injured. This is marked by a black dot on your radar. Use this to give a rough estimate of where the enemy is. It is recommended to use this tactic only when your team mate dies. If he lives after the injury, it can either mean he killed the enemy or simply injured him/herself.
Yup. You just died. Luckily, you can spy on other players and see where they are going to or hiding. Use this to your advantage and ambush them the next time you respawn!
Change your point of view to Third Person by clicking ‘C.’ This tactic is EXTREMELY effective. You are able to see a broader view of the field this way. You can hide behind an object and take a good look around to see what’s going on without the worries of behind seen. Eventually, an enemy will come near and you can ambush him/her!
Find a spot that isn’t well known or isn’t used much. Go to that spot and attack enemies there. Just a warning, however, that finding/getting to these spots may be extremely difficult and could cause you to die.
Select a skin that closely resembles the colors from the map. This will allow you to somewhat blend in with the map. This tactic will rarely work if your entire body is exposed, however. Try using it when you are hiding behind an object.
For those of you who don’t know how to choose skins:
Click on the white ‘Account’ button on the top right corner. Click on ‘View Profile’ then click on ‘Choose CT/T skin.’
You are on a high elevation spot and can’t seem to get a shot at your unsuspecting enemy. At times like this, you have to decide whether or not to attack or wait for another enemy. If you decide to risk attacking, then jump down as he/she is passing by and attack from behind! Beware, however, that you may lose some of your HP depending on how high you were.
Say an enemy has run away behind a wall. You cannot see him/her, therefore, you have to chase after him/her or find another enemy, right? WRONG! As long as shooting through walls is enabled and the wall isn’t too thick, you can fire blindly into where you think the enemy is. That person will take damage and often won’t know where the attacker (you) is.
Try to deceive the enemy. If you are camping and manage to kill someone, that person will know your whereabouts after he/she respawns and will often try to ambush you. Once you kill someone, wait a few seconds for the camera to go away, then move to a camping spot nearby. Now you can ambush the ambusher!
- Try not to stay idle in the same spot for too long. An enemy may approach you from behind.
- If you want to purchase weapons, don’t do it immediately after you spawn. Spawn points are often exposed areas and you could die before you have a chance to even use the weapon.
- Players sometimes accidentally press the ‘Chat’ button. They won’t be able to function certain ways due to the game thinking you are trying to type something. If your controls appear to be locked, check to see if you accidentally pressed the ‘Chat’ button.
- If you are lagging suddenly and don’t know why, try refreshing your browser. Unity games tend to cause lag after prolonged usage.
- Fire in short bursts. You will increase your accuracy significantly this way. The only time you should empty your entire clip into an enemy is if they are close by.
- If you are attempting to launch a sneak attack against an enemy, or are trying sneak pass them, try to do it quietly without those clickity click footsteps.
- In survival mode while in Top-down view, you can scroll your mouse to inside a building. Click here to see the effects.
With the introduction of the shopping system, money has become an important factor in the game. I will provide the different ways to earn money and how I recommend you using it.
Kill Player: 100
Kill Zombie Player: 500
Kill NPC: 10
Recover Flag: 2000
Earn Gold Medal: 4000
Planting Bomb: 2000
Rescue Hostage: 800
Survive Zombie Mode: 800
New players often make the mistake of buying their own weapons. You should NOT buy weapons if you have less than 5,000 dollars. Players often die before they can achieve the amount of money they used to buy the weapon. Overtime, you will lose more and more money until you are broke!
I recommend picking up weapons on the ground rather than buying them. It may be tough to get used to at first, but this will allow you to rack up money a lot easier.
If you simply can’t seem to kill players at all, try playing Survival or start a single player match. You can weaken the enemies if you are playing single player. No matter how weak you make them, they ALWAYS give 10 dollars.
Once you achieve a satisfactory amount of money, you can start purchasing your own weapons. Though, I wouldn’t recommend it unless no one has bought any weapons yet in the match you are playing.
You must play Classic mode and be a Terrorist. Bombs are also randomly distrubuted to a single person per round. If you have it, there should be a bomb icon on to the left of the screen. You also must place the bomb near the detonation zone (marked by a red ‘X’ inside a red circle. Example: Located in the center of aim_kappy).
These are the hostages the Counter Terrorists must rescue. You must approach them and press E. Once that is accomplished, take them to the safe zone (Example: The right side of the bus in fy_simpsons_house_v6).
In Team Death Match, if Zombie Mode is enabled, you can choose if you want to become a human, monster, or fatty.
The host has enabled night mode. Press ‘F’ to toggle the flashlight on or off.
Counter Terrorists and Terrorists.
Kill more enemies. And by more enemies, I mean a LOT.
By being a hacker.
Unfortunately, you can’t.
You MUST be at least rank 20. More skins will be unlocked as you rank up. Click on the white ‘Account’ button on the top right corner. Click ‘view profile.’ Click ‘select CT skin’ or ‘select T skin’
First, you MUST be the host of a game. Bring up the menu and click ‘Server.’ That will give you MANY options to customize your own game.
Yes. Go to the Menu. Click ‘Controls.’ Click ‘Set Controls.’
Go to your account profile. Click ‘View Profile.’ At the bottom there should be a box that allows you to input your clan tag. Once accomplished, click ‘Set Clan.’
For a video walkthrough made by Rawwk, click here.
You can become a host of your game and disable “Shoot Through Walls” or disable “Third Person View.”
Some doors are made to be purely decorational. They are treated as walls.
Low Ping means that the game will detect laggers and remove them. Custom means that the game can be customized (though, some games can still be customized without the Custom tag).
The only way for a kamikaze to give you money is by either killing it with a knife or head shot.
A magazine is used to hold bullets. A clip is the amount of bullets in the magazine.