3D violent motorcycle - use of wild racing props

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Guide:Since I downloaded the 3D violent motorcycle - Wild drag racing from my mobile phone. I have the spirit of class, waist does not hurt, legs do not acid, eat anything feel more fragrant. After my day and night operation of this game, constantly honing…

Since I downloaded the 3D violent motorcycle - Wild drag racing from my mobile phone. I have the spirit of class, waist does not hurt, legs do not acid, eat anything feel more fragrant. After my day and night operation of this game, constantly honing, summed up my own little skills for the use of props, take it out for your reference.

There are roughly three kinds of props in 3D violent motorcycle - Wild drag racing game. One is forward pursuit missile, which is divided into double warhead and single warhead. The difference is that the range and attack power of the dual warhead is greater than that of the single warhead. One is a backward firing mortar. There's no bullet difference. The last one is the sprint props for instant acceleration. How can we give full play to the power of these props?

When we found the forward pursuit missile. If you see only one car in front of you, don't use it easily. More cars will increase your attack probability. If it's time to fight for the championship and have to use it, you should first put your vehicle as close as possible to the rear of it, and then immediately launch a missile to kill the other side. Back fired mortars are used when the opponent obviously wants to overtake your car or directly chase you, you use this prop to hit others and throw them away. In the use of this principle, you should try to make your car butt at its front, so as to increase your chance of hitting. The last instant acceleration prop, after you pick it up, you just need to visually check the navigation map to see if it is a turning intersection in front of you, and then see how many cars in front of you are your obstacles. If not, you immediately use this prop to throw them away. If your obstacle avoidance technique works, you can use it directly.