Successfully passed the first two passes to the third pass.
My only feeling about the third level is that the pit is a big pit. After entering, there are several rows of smiling faces in front of a fort. On the left is the portrait of the princess, and there is a line beside it: kill all the enemies in eight seconds. On the right is an eight second countdown clock.
Give me eight seconds to kill all the enemies, which seems to be a copy of the previous little overlord game inside one. At the beginning, I felt that it was very big and the target was so big that I couldn't hit it askew. So I knocked out ten in eight seconds. I thought it was my poor skill and I played too slowly, so I continued to work hard. After several rounds, I found that if the position of the bullet is good, it seems that one bullet can knock out two smiling faces, so I got excited instantly. Is this the key point of this pass? According to the discovery just now, I adjusted the angle and speed again and again, so as not to waste a millisecond. I repeated it for many times and found that this discovery was totally useless It is impossible to achieve the goal of hitting 25 smiling faces in eight seconds.
How can I get through this? As I thought about it, I idly controlled the left and right movement of the fort. At this time, I found a phenomenon that the fort can cross the boundary of the edge. The author did this game with good intentions. He deliberately drew two boundaries to mislead the players. This should be to cross the boundaries to hit the princess or the clock. Sure enough, after beating the clock a few times and crying it, there was no countdown (alas, poor clock, it was beaten and crying, this is the author's setting, don't blame me), so we killed the rest of the enemies in infinite time and entered the next level smoothly.