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Twin Shot 2

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Twin Shot 2 Controls

Twin Shot 2 is controlled by using the keyboard. Player one moves by using the arrow keys and shoots by using the spacebar. Player two moves with the WASD keys and shoots with the F key. These keys can be redefined before playing. The P key pauses the game.

Twin Shot 2 Guide

Twin Shot 2 (also known as Twin Shot 2: Good & Evil) is the sequel to the shooting game, Twin Shot. This platform game features fifty levels (one hundred if you are willing to pay for fifty more), intuitive controls, and cute sprite graphics. Like its predecessor, Twin Shot 2 can be played as a two player game.

The objective of Twin Shot 2 is to defeat all enemies on each level to advance to the next. Each player is granted three lives per level. Contact with enemies causes one life to be lost. When all lives are lost, your character is removed from play from the duration of the level. If you are playing a two player game, your partner will be able to continue and you will be revived for the next level if your partner completes the current. Your progress is saved in this shooting game, so you can continue from where you left off the next time that you play. If you elect to play a 2 player game, and your friend is unavailable the next time that you play, you can still continue from the last unlocked level since progress is saved for both gameplay modes.

Twin Shot 2 uses the same default keyboard control scheme of its predecessor. Player one (the pink character) uses the arrow keys to move and the spacebar to shoot. Player two (the orange character) uses the WASD keys to move and the F key to shoot. The default controls work well in this two player game, but you can reconfigure them before playing if you so desire.

Twin Shot 2 is a cooperative 2 player game, but there is an element of competition. The player that makes the most kills on each level gets one point. You cannot hurt your partner with your arrows, but it is still a good idea to refrain from shooting them. Friendly fire causes the recipient to be temporarily stunned, potentially leaving them in harm's way!

Twin Shot 2 is an excellent shooting game that continues in the spirit of its predecessor. As with many things in life, Twin Shot 2 is better when shared with a friend, so grab a buddy and play a 2 player game!