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Strategies / Re: The Ultimate Seal Hunter Guide
« on: June 25, 2011, 04:51:47 AM »
This is generally a single player guide, but good point I should include teamwork.

Think Tank / Re: a buttom for just buy mines?
« on: June 23, 2011, 07:22:07 PM »
Quick buy would be bad because then the mines would be even MORE useful

Strategies / The Ultimate Seal Hunter Guide
« on: June 23, 2011, 02:42:37 PM »
Well first off I plan on making this the most in depth, impressive guide ever so I will explain every level and loads of strategies.
On Level 1 we start out with our good friend the USP Pistol. The goal is simple, eliminate the Brown Seals with two headshots as this will give you 20 more $ and finish them off quicker. No one will take you seriously in Seal Hunter if you can't get at least 90% headshots on Brown Seals. Now clearly this is not as easy as it seems for new players, the sliding on ice will get some getting used to. What works best for me, as I'm sure is the best method, is to run to your destination and then stop yourself with the opposite keys; so essentially if you want to run up, run up and once you reach your destination then simple tap the back key so you stop. Once you've mastered this you can get the maximum number of points you need on Level 1.. or can you? You can actually obtain more points in Seal Hunter by overkilling the enemy, this can be done by using grenades or the pistol-magnum combo on Level 1. The pistol-magnum combo is easy to do, all one needs to do is shoot a seal in the head with his pistol, then switch to his magnum and finish them off with a headshot. Done correctly, the seal will explode and you will be rewarded with an extra 15 points. But wait, you've decided to use the MP5, a wise choice considering the MP5 is arguably overpowered and can get you to Level 4 without a problem. Although the MP5 is fully automatic, it does not excuse you from getting headshots; it's actually rather easy to get headshots with too once I explain the accuracy of the gun. The MP5 shoots in three places; middle, above middle, and below middle. If you aim slightly above the head of a seal then you can hit the Seal in the head with both the middle and below middle shots while the above middle shot flies off in the distance. If you aim at their head however; the below middle shot will hit them in the body, causing you to lose a couple of points. Now let us go to the grenades. The grenades are an odd weapon in Seal Hunter as it is both underpowered and overpowered. When enemies are beyond the middle way point then it is a rubbish weapon, when they are in front of it however, it is a weapon to be feared (it also overkills the enemy, granting you more points). Overall I'd say the grenade shouldn't be touched unless playing a 3-4 player game; 2 if you're rather daring. The grenades are very tricky to use and unfortunately it's really up to you if you want to be good with them because all I really can explain is that if you go forward and throw one then it will go farther and if you go backwards and throw one it will land closer next to you - and that's really not helpful. With this weapon, practise makes perfect. The boss on this level is the Fat Seal, and he is quite easy. He regains his health when he stands still so no use hitting him when he's like that. Just wait till he starts moving and then shoot him (in the eye if possible as it grants a 1.25x multiplier). It is possible to kill the Fat Seal with only the beginning pistol. Once you kill that boss (which is so easy I don't think deserves more explanation) you're off to Level 2. Let me explain the weapons a little more though.

If you have a pistol at this time, it is time to get a weapon. Preferably something less or equally expensive as a Shotgun.
If you have a Magnum, stick with it until you are ready for a Shotgun (if you plan on taking out the Polar Bears with this) OR an M16 or higher
If you have a MP5, same thing as above.
If you have a grenade, same thing as above.

The weapons I use in 1 player are MP5 -> Carl Gustav -> AWP; which I will explain later.
In two player I use MP5/Magnum -> Carl Gustav/AWP/Minigun (depending on the circumstance and if my teammate has lots of money)
In three player I use the same thing as in two player.
In four player I use the same thing as in two player.

The MP5 is always your best bet because it's easy, efficient, consistent, and costs hardly anything - as I said before, you can easily make it to Polar Bears (sometimes even past Polar Bears (in 2 player +)) with this weapon.

*Level 2 - Level 5 to come later

General / Re: Mod guide (just looks, sounds, fonts and music)
« on: June 22, 2011, 03:28:59 PM »
Nice tutorial dude, really awesome

General / Re: Where are you Toumaz?!
« on: June 22, 2011, 01:47:26 PM »
So true.

General / Re: Where are you Toumaz?!
« on: June 21, 2011, 11:19:27 PM »
That truly sucks, I still plan on releasing art and ideas later if you change your mind, ahh the boredom of summer.

General / Where are you Toumaz?!
« on: June 21, 2011, 06:17:08 PM »
Not to be an ass but are we ever gonna get a new update?! I love Seal Hunter but it's losing it's fun when there are no new weapons or levels, if you would like to I can design (new levels sort of like a DLC), all you would have to do would be to code it. (Ex I would make the graphics and health for new enemies etc). I can also donate money if this would speed up the process lol

General / Update?
« on: March 11, 2011, 06:17:34 PM »
When Seal Hunter launched I played for like three weeks straight but then I got bored and left, now returning I realise that there (sadly) has not been an update with new guns and things of that nature.  Toumaz I know your a busy guy but could you perhaps throw in something to re spark my love for Seal Hunter, such as a new weapon? Something simple that wouldn't take very long to make, I'm just really craving more Seal Killing and it's old doing the same strat over and over and fighting the same boss over and over. Come to think of it, maybe you could make a new boss instead of the Walrus? (For instance, when making a server you can set it to the boss of your choosing). I'd be happy to make character designs and organize stats for balanced gameplay so the only thing you would have to do would be to code it. 

Strategies / Re: How do you kill the Walrus?
« on: August 17, 2010, 08:05:43 PM »
Correct me if I'm wrong but I was watching some YouTubes and it appears that the Walrus cannot eat you unless you are in the direct middle of it, therefore you can still be hit by his feet and escape free, so try to dodge the mouth but running down AFTER he winds up his attack.

Tech Support / Bug Reports / Re: 5 Player Glitch
« on: August 17, 2010, 08:02:07 PM »
Land Mines are a cheap way of killing it and I want to try and kill him without them

Think Tank / Re: New Buyables
« on: August 17, 2010, 08:01:07 PM »
yea i read also
A chainsaw might happen some day. ;)
but i pretty much just dropped the idea since all mine seem to get turned down anyway

I heard you and asker discussing this topic and disagreeing with melee weapons... asker saying that they tried the chainsaw and it hindered gameplay

Think Tank / Re: New weapons
« on: August 17, 2010, 07:59:54 PM »
Ak-47 is planned so I don't think the SAW is needed

Strategies / Re: How do you kill the Walrus?
« on: August 17, 2010, 06:43:16 PM »
I meant w/ out land mines

Think Tank / Re: New skins
« on: August 14, 2010, 08:46:10 PM »
Random colours would be saddening

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