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Bullettime Fighting Instructions
Bullettime Fighting is controlled by using the keyboard. The basic default controls are as follows: left and right arrow keys to move, up key to jump, down key to punch, shift key to draw or holster your gun, control key to shoot, M key for slow motion, and spacebar to activate bullet-time. You can change these controls under the "Set Keys" menu.
Bullettime Fighting Walkthrough
Bullettime Fighting is a fighting game with mechanics similar to the fighting in the Matrix movies. Bullettime Fighting features simple graphics, a variety of special moves, four gameplay modes, and two-player capability.
The objective of Bullettime Fighting is to defeat your opponents(s) in combat. When playing alone, you can fight against the computer in Normal Mode, where you are given twenty bullets, 300 Bullet mode, where you are given three hundred bullets, No Bullet mode where you can only use melee attacks, or in a custom battle where you can set the number of bullets that you start with and the number of enemies that you must face. If you decide to play with a second player in this fighting game, you can fight against your friend or team up to battle against the computer.
The normal moves should be enough to defeat your adversaries, but there are a variety of special moves that can be employed in Bullettime Fighting. To view the combinations for these controls, click on the "Controls" option in the main menu. It is easier to input the key combinations for these special moves when you are using slow motion (default control is holding the M key) or ultra-slow motion (default control is holding the spacebar). You can use slow motion for an unlimited amount of time, so feel free to do so.
Bullettime Fighting is an entertaining fighting game, but it may feel more like an experiment than a full game to some. Firstly, once you start a game there is no way to stop the game and choose a different mode besides refreshing your browser. Secondly, after beating an enemy the game simply repeats itself; the game does not end nor is there an increase in difficulty. Finally, there is only one stage to fight on.
Despite its flaws, Bullettime Fighting is a decent fighting game. If you ever wanted to play a Flash game where you can fight in bullet-time like in the Matrix, then Bullettime Fighting is just the game for you!