Plazma Burst 2
Plazma Burst 2 Instructions
Move left using 'a' or the left arrow key. Move right using 'd' or the right arrow key. Jump using 'w' or the up arrow key. Duck using 's' or the down arrow key. Aim using the mouse. Fire using the left mouse button. Change weapons using number keys 1-9 and the '~' symbol key. Drop your current weapon using 'v'. Throw a grenade using 'g'. Select your last used weapon using 'q'. Select and use an item using 'e'. Time warp using 'z'. Fall using 'x'. Use kinetic module using 'c'. Chat by typing message and hitting 'enter'. View leader table or change personage using 'tab'. View the menu using 'esc'. Change the visibility of the grid using 'g'.
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Plazma Burst 2 Walkthrough
Plazma Burst 2 is an fast paced war game that will grab your attention from the very beginning and not let go to the very end. There is a lot to keep in mind as you're playing the game and there are a lot of additional controls you need to get the hang of if you want to do well in the game, but at the same time, it never feels overly complicated and you never feel like you can't beat the game. It just takes time, attention to detail and a solid battle strategy - all of that and at least a basic understanding of the game screen. There is a lot of information to consider when you look at the game screen, so let's talk about that first.
The level editor in Plazma Burst 2 might be a bit difficult to get the hang of at first, but it's actually pretty easy to you. When you begin, you need to set your map ID. This cannot be changed so choose carefully. Your map ID will help you identify your maps so name them in a way that will help you tell what the map is from name alone. I would recommend putting 'test' in the name of any maps you want to use as test maps. Test maps help you try out idea and familiarize yourself with how well those ideas will work. They'll also help you see what you need to change and show you what doesn't work. Test maps are a great idea and shouldn't be overlooked if you want to do well in the game; especially for newcomers to online war games.
The save and load options in the level editor in Plazma Burst 2 are pretty self explanatory. Save will save your current map. Load will load the map as it was the last time it was saved. The only thing that trips most people up with this one is what 'saved' means in terms of who can play your map. After a save, the map is still only to be able to be played by you. No other players will be able to access it. You need to publish the map if you want to allow others to play it. It you don't want others to play it and want to keep it as a test map, you can choose to skip publishing. If you've really created something special, share it with other players and publish it. This feature is fairly unique to this game as most war games don't offer the ability to share your work with other players. Take advantage of that. It gives the game a whole new dimension. Remember though, in order for a map to be playable, at least one wall and at least one player must be on the map.
The tools available for use in the level editor in Plazma Burst 2 are really where things start getting complicated. Play around with the tools to see what tool performs what action and what options are available for each tool. The game offers and excellent and detailed tutorial (accessible from the main menu under 'FAQS') you should check out if you're having trouble, but no guide or tutorial can really help you use those tools to the best of their advantage. Nothing replaces good old fashioned trial and error. Remember, other players aren't able to access your map until you want them to so you don't have to make it perfect the first time. Make mistakes. Try things that don't work. Learn from the things you do wrong and strengthen your map using that knowledge. If you get stuck, the tutorial is there. Don't be afraid to use it. Just take a stab at designing your map without it first.
Perhaps the greatest thing about Plazma Burst 2 is that you can choose to play a single player campaign instead of engaging in a multiplayer battle if you so choose. Not everyone is into multiplayer games and the makers of this one have recognized that. A single player campaign is difficult, engrossing and loads of fun on it's own. you can customize your warriors and choose to play on a custom map or a pre-made one. The option to build your own map really sets this game apart from the competition and allows the player to be a little more creative but the pre-made maps are just as entertaining to play on. It's entirely up to you which you choose. While many newcomers choose to play on the pre-made maps, if you're having trouble getting through the campaign, design your own map and practice on it before tackling the campaigns again. You'll be surprised at how much of a difference it makes.
There are a ton of achievements in Plazma Burst 2 you can unlock. Achievements might be a little much for newcomers struggling to even get through the campaigns to get a handle on, but more experienced players are going to love them. Many war games offer achievements but this one really goes above and beyond. There are easier achievements and harder achievements keeping you on your toes and continuously giving you a little something extra to strive for. The three different difficulty settings also really open the range of appeal for players of all skill levels. While most war games offer different difficulty settings, easy in this game is legitimately less difficult than the other settings, but it still offers enough of a challenge to keep newcomers interested. A common problem newcomers have when starting out with war games is simple - easy is too easy but normal is too hard. That isn't the case with this one. With that said, even the most experienced players should start out on normal because hard is extremely difficult. You might be able to handle it, but give normal a shot first just in case.
The differences between the difficulty levels in Plazma Burst 2 go beyond the number of enemies you'll face. Enemies behave differently. In normal mode, your enemies will behave more like humans. They aren't able to see through walls and they have relatively normal health supplies. In hard, enemies start missions with more health, they are more intelligent, they regenerate and they are in fact able to see through walls. To make things even more difficult, enemies in hard mode won't fight with their own teammates. If you've never played the game before but have a little experience with war games, start out on normal to get a handle on how the game is played and move up from there once you know what you're doing.
As far as actual game play goes, Plazma Burst 2 is all about paying attention. You need to be ready at all times because you never know where your enemies are going to be. If you aren't ready you're going to have a very hard time surviving. You also need to focus on upgrading your weapons. As you play, you'll get a little more familiar with what weapons work best for taking on different situations, but in the beginning, it is a lot of trial and error. If you're ready for your enemies, though, you will be able to survive and make it through the game. If you're looking for an exciting, challenging and addictive war game that does things a little differently than most of the other war games online, Plazma Burst 2 is definitely a game you need to check out.