Vampires can play target-based games for hours, even days, and many of them want to know how to do it.
The first thing a new vampire needs to know is how to play a target game.
There are many variations of target games, but all are similar in the basics.
Players learn a series of actions that must be performed to successfully hit an enemy.
The target game consists of two main components: a set of actions and a list of enemies that must die in order to trigger an effect.
The action can be a single attack, or it can be multiple attacks or combos of attacks.
A list of targets is shown to players as a grid on a screen.
Players then select one of the target games.
In order to play the target game, a vampire must first learn the basic steps required to learn the target-game.
There’s no such thing as a beginner’s game, however.
Many new vampires learn the basics of the game quickly.
The key is knowing the sequence of actions needed to perform a successful attack or combo.
Players need to practice a certain number of attacks before they are ready to play.
If a player is not familiar with the target, he will not know how many attacks and combos to perform.
The more the player learns, the easier it is to perform the desired sequence of attacks or combinations.
Once a player has learned the basics, it’s time to learn how to perform all the other actions required to achieve a particular result.
Players must learn the sequence needed to execute each of the other components.
The sequence of these other actions is called the “hit list.”
A hit list is an outline of a target that must fall.
The hits must be done in a sequence, and if one hit can kill an enemy, the other hits must also kill an opposing enemy.
In the case of combos, it can also kill the opposing enemy, but if one of these hits is not enough to kill an opponent, it must be countered with a counterhit.
The game ends when all the hits have been killed.
Players can start a new target game or a new combo.
A new vampire can start the new target by selecting a “hit.”
The vampire is given the sequence to perform in the hit list.
The vampire must then select an enemy from the enemy list.
A hit is a special type of action that requires a certain sequence of hits and a certain amount of time.
The number of hits is known as the hit count.
Each player must perform a certain type of hit to make it to the next stage of the attack.
A vampire can choose between three types of hits: basic, combo, and counterhit hits.
Basic hits, like basic attacks, are performed by pressing the attack button, while combo hits, such as combo attacks, require pressing the up and down buttons.
Counterhit hits, called counterhit counters, are also performed by hitting the counter button.
These counterhit counter hits cause damage to the opposing target.
These counters are performed in any order.
The first counterhit, for example, will make an enemy explode, while the second counterhit will make the enemy go limp.
A successful hit also triggers a counter.
The counterhit enemy will explode, or go limp, and the counterhit victim will explode.
The character who performs the counterattack will receive a special effect.
The hit list for a vampire is shown on a target screen.
The counterhit and basic hits are shown to the vampire, but the combo and counter hit can only be shown to other vampires.
The hit list can be shown as a square grid on the screen.
When players press the attack key, the character who is performing the combo or counterhit moves the cursor to the area where the counter hit was made.
The cursor stops at the spot where the hit was completed, but does not touch any other part of the screen or move to the right or left.
If the cursor is moved further than a certain distance away from where the cursor was made, the player is prevented from performing any further hits on that particular target.
If a counter hit is not a successful hit, the enemy will go limp and die.
If an enemy’s counter hit fails to kill the target for some reason, the counter can be cancelled with a cancel counterhit that is performed by simply pressing the down and up buttons.
The character who completes the counter is shown as the vampire’s target, but it is possible to see the counter and combo hit in the target list.
Players see their counter hit as they move the cursor from one part of a grid to another.
This allows players to perform counterhit combos as quickly as possible.
If the player does not hit the counter or combo, the action ends, and a new counterhit can be performed.
If both of the counter hits are successful, the target dies.
If one of them fails to get the desired result, the vampire can continue to perform other counterhit attacks