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Guide to iSniper 3D: Arctic Warfare – Tips, tricks, cheats, hints and strategies

iSniper 3D: Arctic Warfare is the sequel to the original smash hit iSniper 3D, by Triniti Interactive. You return to your role as Glous Miller, who has just been imprisoned for multiple counts of murder, but then, you find yourself getting broken back out by your old comrades, and a whole new type of warfare is about to begin. Read on for some tips and tricks for the second chapter of iSniper!

One easy way to start off the game quickly is to first, go to the infinite mode and start blowing away as many people as you can. Not only is this great aiming practice, but you’ll earn lots of experience points and credits for doing this. Take those credits you earn and upgrade some of your stats, especially the damage statistics, and then go start the story mode, and you will pass stages MUCH more quickly and accurately.

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Increasing the damage that your weapon does will also allow you to drop runners much more easily, because one body shot or one limb shot will be sufficient to take most of them out (at least until you get to the more heavily armored ones). This will allow you to finish the stage more quickly, and the more quickly you finish the stage, the more bonus credits you earn.

In stages where you have to stop suicide bombers, when you can’t see if someone has a detonator, fire a shot nearby that misses everybody, and then everybody will squat down. Those with the detonators will hold the detonator up over their head as they squat, and the sun will shine off of it, so it’s easier to tell who is a suicide bomber when you do this.

The single most effective strategy for dealing with the runners is to hit the pause button, go to the options menu and change the controls to the tilt method. This will let you tilt the phone when you are in zoom mode, instead of swiping over and over to try to chase them, making it much easier to shoot on the run and to track them without losing them and/or dirtying up the screen.

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Wednesday 25th of March 2020

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