If u want to get richer than number 456 (Džung Lung Lung Dung) then this guide will help you!
The goal is to have at least a four-player alliance and stick together until the end. You could even form alliances mid-game, in minigames such as The Floor is Lava, by letting players know you’ll give them some room. The fewer players targeting you come end-game, the better your chances are of winning.
In Glass Jump or Stepping Stones, your chances of winning are very low if you’re one of the first players to jump. It’s best to hug a corner and wait until at least 50 percent of the players have jumped before doing so yourself. In Red Light Green Light, let others go first so you can’t get pushed and eliminated.
To master the diagonal jump, you first have to be sprinting by holding W and Shift. Then, you have to jump with Space while holding either A or D to move left or right. If you time it right, you’ll be flying around the map in no time.
Just make sure you don’t hold the crouch button for too long because you’ll eventually lose your momentum and get slowed down. This manoeuvre is best done when you have a lot of space to work with.
Surprisingly, counter-strafing is just as useful in Crab Game, but for a completely different reason. In Red Light Green Light, it’s essential that you stop once the doll turns its head around. To make sure you don’t slightly move forward, you can counter-strafe by letting go of W and tapping S to stop on a dime. You can do the same thing when moving sideways with the A and D keys.
Some versions of Red Light Green Light have large rocks and trees you could use as cover. If you angle yourself right, you could stay out of sight from the doll and move while other players have to stop. This little trick could come in handy when you’re racing against the clock.
Instead, try to talk to a player with a hat. Let them know you could just pass the hat to each other every 5 seconds and you’re both guaranteed to advance to the next round. Not only will this get you further in the game, but you’ll make a new friend in the process.
Every player has a baseball bat that they could use to knock players off the platform. It’s best to crouch in the centre of the hill. That way, you don’t get sent as far when hit with a bat and there’s a good chance you’ll just bounce off someone and stay on the platform.
The best strategy for playing Lights Out alone is to get to the top of an empty bunk and chill. If you’re playing with a group, make a corner of the dorm yours. If you have a gun, use it as self-defense as opposed to offense, because there’s no need to bring attention to yourself.
You could follow someone closely in Red Light Green Light and push them before they can stop. You could even push someone off a platform in Glass Jump, Stepping Stones or The Floor Is Lava. Whatever the case may be, Crab Game will be useful to hold you over until Season 2 of Squid Game is released.
Thanks to Samuraii● for his great guide, all credit to his effort. you can also read the original guide from Steam Community. enjoy the game.
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