Shoot For Fun's Sake

A short solo shooter game requiring tactical skills to neutralize sensors before the sensor detection limit is exceeded.

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There are 999,999 unique selectable re-playable levels.
Levels can be played with a pistol or a rifle.
Complete a level by reaching the end point
or by shooting all the sensors.
The level is reset if sensors detect you for more than a few seconds.

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Left Mouse to Shoot

Left Mouse Shoot

  • Shots go where you aim - no random shot bloom.
  • Shoot or move, not both at the same time.
  • Shooting and moving will cause a misfire.
  • Shooting sensors close to the center causes more damage.
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Completed Level Stats

  • Accuracy - on target shot percentage. Misfires are not counted.
  • Evasion - average amount of seconds in detection state.
  • Demolition - number of remaining sensors.

Replaying levels updates improved stats.

Badges for Exceptional Stats

  • Accuracy of 98% or higher.
  • Evasion of 0.4 seconds or lower.
  • Demolition - all sensors destroyed.
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Rifle vs Pistol

  • Right mouse to aim down sights (rifle only).
  • Rifle does twice the damage of the pistol.
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Level Sensors

  • Levels 1, 2, 3 are introduction levels and have reduced sensors.
  • Levels 4 to 499,999 have the normal amount of sensors.
  • Levels from 500,000 to 749,999 have more sensors.
  • Levels from 750,000 to 999,999 have even more sensors.
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Moving and Pausing

  • ESC to pause any time.
  • Standard WSAD or arrow keys to move.
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Offline Single Player

  • No Ads.
  • No Battlepass.
  • No Micro-transactions.
  • No Anti-Cheat system.

Thank you to the Game Developer Community

Creating a game would not have been possible without countless tutorials and assets provided the game developer community. Shout-outs: