Welcome to part 2 of the beginner’s guide to The Respawnables! Tap here to go back to part 1 of the beginner’s guide.
In the mission mode, there will be you and somewhere between 1 and 3 other “players” on the field, who are really computer controlled, and who have different power ups depending on the round and your level. Your goal is to kill them all, and to collect the bonus points that they drop. Each time that you kill someone, you gain 50 points. Each time that you collect points from someone who has been killed you get another 50 points.
That said, you don’t need to kill someone in order to collect the points. Theoretically, you can win simply by chasing other players or characters around who are shooting each other, waiting for one of them to die, killing the other one who will already be weakened, and then stealing both of their points. If you get killed, you drop your own points too; if you collect your own points, you will get a large bonus.
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The controls involve a joystick on the left side and a fire button on the right side. That’s all. If you pause the game and hit “controls” you will be able to change the way the game is controlled, switching from a full virtual pad mode to the classic controller mode, and even changing the sensitivity of the simulated controller and inverting the Y axis if you so choose to.
Of course, once you are killed, you will respawn in this game. Once your enemy is killed, they will respawn. That’s why it’s called the Respawnables. Multiplayer mode is the exact same in every way as mission mode, with the only difference being that the rest of the players are actually real. There is also Vs Team mode, in which players are organized into two teams, and the team with the most points (rather than the player with the most points) wins. In all multiplayer modes, players are divided up by their experience levels.
You gain experience as you complete more rounds, and the more points that you earn in one round, the more experience points that you will earn from that round.