Thing Thing Arena 3
Thing Thing Arena 3 Instructions
Move left using 'a' or the left arrow key. Move right using 'd' or the right arrow key. Jump using 'w' or the up arrow key. Duck or take cover using 's'. Run using 'shift'. Double jump by double tapping 'w' or the up arrow key. Aim using the mouse. Fire using the left mouse button. Reload using 'r'. Switch weapons using 'e' or the mouse wheel. Throw a weapon or exchange weapons using 'space'. Switch to melee fighting using 'q' or by clicking the mouse wheel. Grab an enemy or execute an enemy using 'f'. Pause the game using 'p'. Perform a ground stomp by hitting 's' twice.
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Thing Thing Arena 3 Walkthrough
Thing Thing Arena 3 is light years ahead of most of the other stick games online but with that in mind, it's almost much more complicated. Doing well in this game is going to require a lot of attention to detail and is going to require you to get used to using a lot of different controls. There is a lot to this particular stick game so if you're just looking for a light, fun way to kill a little time with, you might want to look elsewhere. If you're looking for an addictive stick game that will challenge you to put your skills to the test, this is the game you're looking for. While many of the other stick games online are content to offer cutesy premises and basic controls, this one really seeks to offer a challenge and it succeeds. Anyone with any experience in stick figure games is going to love the level of difficulty this one offers as well as the attention that has done into making this game is as interesting as possible. The story of the game is pretty great; probably not the best story the genre has to offer but enough to satisfy that like their shooting to have a bit of a purpose. While the actual premise of the game isn't all that uncommon in the world of online stick figure games, it never feels boring or old. Your goal is to take out as many enemies as you can as you try to avoid getting yourself killed. You want to rack up as many points as possible in the meantime. The bonuses and achievements offered in this game make getting a high score a bit easier, but still far from simple. If you're looking for a battle, you got one in this game.
The basic premise behind Thing Thing Arena 3 is a little bit sketchy. We see a stick figure busily doing something to a computer and armed men attacking him from above. He escapes to his car and attempts to speed away, but his enemies are in hot pursuit. After a brief altercation the computer stick figure is the last man standing after taking out the two figures pursuing him. This is where our game begins. As you attempt to take out as many enemies as you can, you'll earn points for each kill you get. How many points you get will depend on how you take out your enemy. There are ways to kill an enemy that will earn you more points. In addition to bonus points for certain types of kills, there are several weapons bonuses and achievements you can get as you play. While many stickman games offer bonuses and achievements, few can compare to the number of them offered in this game. In fact, there are three bonuses for each of the weapons you can have in this game and that is a fairly impressive arsenal. You can get a berretta, a magnum, a thompson, a glock 18, a lever shotgun, an auto shotgun, a rebound shotgun, a PANCOR, a spike grenade, a grenade dart, a laser cannon, a tavor, an arrow gun, a pipe, an acid grenade, a proxy mine launcher, and an artifact 19. You can only carry two weapons at any given time, so on occasion, you'll have to trade weapons. Make the decisions wisely though. Pay attention to the stats for each weapon. Don't trade weapons if the new weapon will serve less purpose than the one you're carrying. Each weapon works better in certain situations, so pay attention to the situation you're in before you decide to trade. It's also a good idea to look at the ammo you have available for each of your weapons. If you only have a little ammo left, it's sometimes a good idea to trade a better weapon for a less effective weapon as it will give you more ammo. A great weapon is important but it won't do you much good if you can't it.
Achievements are fun additions to Thing Thing Arena 3 that aren't offered in most of the other stick games online and there are plenty of them to strive for. Newcomers to stick games who are having trouble getting the hang of how the game is played might not be able to shoot for the achievements when they first begin playing, but more experienced players who are finding the game fairly easy will love the challenge of trying to reach a specific goal. You can view the achievements available as well as what achievements you've gotten in the pause menu. The ability to check your achievements in the pause menu makes it much easier to track your progress and see how you're doing in terms of your goal. You can also easily look for new achievements to strive for by accessing this menu. Try to have a few achievements in mind and work toward getting those first. Once you have, you can look for new ones in the menu and work toward them. Experienced players shouldn't have any trouble getting all of the achievements if they're willing to put in the time. Newcomers, on the other hand, should focus on just surviving. this isn't an easy game. The controls are fairly complex when compared with the controls in most of the other stickman games online so if you're having trouble, achievements might be a little more than you're willing to take on. Surviving long enough to take out a fair number of enemies and get a good score is more important than getting achievements. Once you're a little more comfortable with how the game is played and have a better understanding of how to use the controls, you can start trying for the achievements. Stick with the easiest ones first and work your way up. Don't worry if you can't get the more difficult ones before you die. You'll do a little better each time you play.
The best way to do well in Thing Thing Arena 3 is to keep an eye on the information in the upper left side of the game screen. This is all the information you need. The active gun is shown on the top along with how much ammo you have. Keep an eye on that ammo. You can reload before you've run out completely. After a tough battle that saw a lot of ammo fired, reload regardless of whether or not you're completely out. This will prepare you for the next round of enemies. The last thing you want is to get stuck trying to defend yourself against a tough enemy with barely any ammo in your weapon. The gun listed on the top left of the screen is always the active weapon. If you switch active weapons, the new weapon will be shown along with its ammo information. If you run out of ammo completely or are facing a tough battle with limited ammo, toss the gun and pick up a new one. This is much easier to do if you watch your ammo. Also, take advantage of double jump, front flips and back flips. They'll help you evade your enemies much easier. This is great if you're being attacked by more than one enemy at once. It gives you the chance to put a little distance between you and your attackers. Remember, you can also grab and execute your enemies. You will not be injured by enemy fire while you are executing an enemy you are holding which is a clear benefit. Finally, take advantage of the option to take cover if you are outnumbered and running low on health. Taking cover will reduce the amount of damage you take which is a clear advantage.
Overall, Thing Thing Arena 3 is a complicated but engrossing stick game that will put your skills to the test and keep you entertained from the beginning to end. This stick game is definitely a bloody mess though. If you have a problem with a lot of blood, you can turn off a little bit of the gore from the options menu. If you love a stick figure game with lots of blood, though, this one should offer you more than enough to keep you happy. It isn't an easy game by any stretch of the imagination, but practice will help you improve. The great thing about this game is that even practice is a lot of fun. The more you play, the more you'll improve. Stick with it. Frustration is definitely your enemy with this one. Just enjoy the game for what it is and you'll have a blast. If you're a fan of stickman games that offer something a little more, this is a game you have to play!