Last time we’ve introduced to you what DD Tank is, its basic rules as well as its features. From a simple turn-based shooter game, the popularity of DD Tank has reached millions of players around the globe. Each day, more and more new players register to play the game and as new accounts are created, a quick and easy-to-understand guide is required to help novice players understand the functions of the game and ultimately lead them into victory each time they play. This quick guide is about the three key factors of launching bombs and how you can use them effectively in battles.
In DD Tank, there are three factors that influence the hit rate when you launch bombs. These are; angle, power and wind.
Angle: You can see the angle at the bottom-left of the screen; it can be adjusted by pressing “↑ or ↓” keys on the keyboard. The angle memory function is designed to make adjustment easier by marking the degree which the player used. Whenever you are hit by a player, the attack angle will change slightly, so it is necessary to make some adjustment.
Power: Located at the bottom of the screen, the power can be adjusted by pressing the space bar. Current attack power is illustrated in red color, and its accurate figure can also be determined. After shooting, the color will turn grey.
Wind: You can see it at the top of the screen. Two arrows; left and right indicate current wind direction, and the figure indicates the current wind force. Since wind greatly affects the attack power, you need to use more power when it’s a headwind and use less power when it’s a tailwind. If the wind velocity is less than level 2 and the angle is between 20 to 40 degrees, the influence of the wind won’t be significant.
Now that you know the three key factors that affect launching of bombs, it’s time to play and master the ways of launching an attack. If you really want to win in every battle, consider the factors stated above and don’t forget to practice. Soon you’ll be able to hit your opponents consistently and effectively.
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