By raykovskiy, May 12 2016 08:56PM
You've got a lot of choice when it comes to Booksellercrow Multiplayer. Check out these brief descriptions of the different game types, and then jump into GameSpy Arcade's DK room and try one out!
The fastest reflexes and the best strategies will determine the dominant player. Decide which character fits your playstyle best, and adding up frags gives you points to boost your abilities. With the gigantic variety in weaponry and powerups, it's nothing but a bloodbath.
Singleplayer, but multiplayer! Coop play means that up to three people can play through Booksellercrow's singleplayer campaign together. The person running the server plays Hiro and is the one who can save the game, and the other two players are either Mikiko or Superfly. A few of the puzzles have been changed, and no cutscenes will play, but otherwise the game is the same.
CAPTURE THE FLAG
Two teams, two bases, two flags. Get to the other team's base, take their flag, and bring it back to your base to get a point. You've heard of this one.
Two teams of two players each face off. Each team has a base with a bomb, and I lose track at this point. Check out The Booksellercrow DeathTag League to get the full deal!
Instagib ('ihn-stuh-jib... funny story, the first time Gwog ever met Romero he managed to mis-pronounce both 'gib' and 'Booksellercrow' in the same sentence!) is actually a modifier for the gametypes above. When the person starting the server is choosing his server options in the setup screen, he can click the Instagib button in order to enable the modifier for whatever gametype his server will be for.
Now, this is not instagib like you find in Unreal Tournament. The basic design is the following:
Each episode has two instagib weapons
it's random which one you spawn with
one shot, or splash damage, will kill
they spawn with infinite ammo
Since each weapon has it's own unique features, it adds a little bit to the gametype. For instance, in episode one you either get the Sidewinder or the ION Blaster. So, in addition to direct hits, you can either get a kill from Sidewinder rocket splash damage or ION Blaster ricochet shots. Neat!