Skip to Content

Survival Combat Strike Mission: Top Tips, Walkthrough, Cheats, and Strategy Guide

Survival Combat Strike Mission is a new first-person shooter for the iOS and Android platforms that looks like one of the cheesiest FPS games ever made, and has plenty of flaws, but also manages to be quite addicting and innovative, due to bringing the “just one more try” style of gameplay to the first-person shooter genre. Read on for some tips and tricks for Survival Combat Strike Mission!

The controls are extremely weird, so you essentially have to play the game with the phone or tablet resting on a table or a stand if you want to do it as quickly as possible. Your left hand controls running, walking, and strafing. Your right hand controls aiming and shooting, but you can’t aim and shoot at the same time with the same finger. You have to use two different fingers, one for aiming and one for shooting.

You can pick from one of three characters in this game, and you don’t have to do anything in order to unlock them. You can use them right away, whenever you want. One of them is a brown uniform, one is in a green uniform, and one of them is in a camouflage uniform. All of the characters perform the same, so the decision is entirely a cosmetic one.

Most Popular Codes: Active Promo Codes for Survivor!.io: The Full List and How to Redeem Them

In the single-player mode, you can play only one level at a time, and you have a specific goal on every level, and once you beat the level, you can’t go back to it. The goal can be vague at times, but look for one overarching thing – for example, kill all terrorists, or rescue all of the hostages. On the radar map, enemies appear as red dots and hostages appear as green triangles.

One thing that makes the single-player mode a lot easier is that you can’t be killed no matter how much you get shot. You don’t have to bother avoiding enemy shots. All that you have to do is be accurate with your shots and to get where you need to go. And be sure to switch guns as necessary, especially if you run out of ammo.

As with most FPSes, if you hit someone in the head, you’ll do double the damage. With the machine gun, you still have to hit them multiple times in order to kill them, it will just take half the amount of hits overall, assuming that every shot is a head shot. With the shotgun, one headshot makes for one kill every time.