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As you have seen the site hasn’t been updated for a while. There are various reasons.. work, study, different projects and so on. Because of this stuff, I stopped playing Urban Terror for a while and I can say that I needed it, and here’s why.
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When I came back it was hell. [...]
One of the most commn mistakes is wasting stamina as we stated in a previous article. By wasting stamina we mean jumping, sprinting and crouching when there’s absolutely no need to do so. We will cover some tips on how to optimize stamina to be r
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Principles of stamina
In my experience with Urban Terror I’ve come across several players from newcomers to uber pros. Even great players make mistakes that are pretty common. There are many reasons for this. Sometimes great players are just people with good aim but with poor tactics or also it happens that in the middle of the battle [...]
The team radio in Urban Terror is fundamental to coordinate between teamates and is crucial to achieve a victory in possibly every game mode.
We already discussed it and we talked about usefull radio binds but today we are going to take it a little bit forward. Here are a few tips to improve your binds to make sure you get the maximum effectiveness possible.
When considering a typical First Person Shooter game, most would agree that fast-paced, weapons-based combat from the (first-person) perspective of being in the game is the norm. Such is the case with Unreal Tournament, Quake, and the Call of Duty series. Urban Terror certainly captures that type of action, but there are features that make it unique among others. One such feature is the distinctive movement players can use in game: wall-jumps, slides, climbs, and successive jumping to gain speed (circle jumping, bunny hopping, and strafe jumping). Apart from making the standard game faster and more interesting, jumping in Urban Terror has become a game in-and-of itself.
This guide focuses on the capture the flag gametype, the most popular gametype in organized leagues, and the second most popular gametype in pubs.
The main point of this first article is to start building concepts and a common language, vocab if your nasty.
I will give examples, definitions and wax eloquent about conceptual ideas.
if your not sure whether to read this, read it twice.
Stats of Terror is a program used to monitor ingame messages and generate statistics for a round of Urban Terror. It’s been around since 2002, but saw little use. Its operating is quite simple, if a little finicky, but the .html statistics pages it generates are a great addition to any clan’s site, or even [...]
One of the most unique things in Urban Terror is the medkit. Since this item takes up a slot in your inventory that could be used for armor or add-ons for your weapons… why do many people choose to take it? The ability to quickly heal your teammates to nearly their full health in a couple of seconds can make the difference between winning and losing the game. This article will give you some guidelines for how to be a good field medic and be the MVP of your entire team.