Guncat is a new mobile game by Shortbreak Studios, which is currently available for iOS devices only, so if you don’t own an iPhone or iPad, you’re missing out on a lot of fun. The titular character is just as what you may imagine – a cat with a gun – and your goal in the game would be to take down all pesky birds and boost (your) score until ammo runs out. It’s a fun, casual shoot-em-up mobile experience that can be quite addictive, but also frustrating if you’re unable to top your previous high score and unable to catch all those birds with any one of the many weapons at your disposal. If this sounds like you, then read on and check out our share of Guncat cheats, tips and strategies.
1. It’s All About The Multipliers
Your multiplier count is the most important thing you have to keep in mind when trying to chase a high score, may it be your old one, that of a friend, or one of those (realistic) high scores on the leaderboard. Every time you shoot consecutively without missing, that adds one point to your multiplier count – it doesn’t necessarily have to be a kill, as your multiplier can increase even if you don’t kill the bird just yet. But once you miss a shot, that brings your multiplier back to its base level, which is usually 1x.
2. Don’t Shoot The Bomb Birds
In Guncat, you have to fire your weapon at the birds and go for the kill, but this doesn’t apply to all birds – the bomb birds are the ones you should NOT fire at, because that will blow them up and have you failing the round automatically. And it gets harder not to fire at bomb birds throughout the course of a round – the farther you go, the more bomb birds you’ll see, and the closer they’ll be to regular birds. Take extra precaution once you get to that part of a round.
3. Fire At Those Ammo Box Birds By All Means
You’ll get penalized in this game if you let a bird pass by without shooting at it – that will allow them to hit you and take some of your ammo away from you. But you can easily get that ammo back by shooting at ammo box birds. It’s best advised that you start taking aim when they’re close to each other.
4. Don’t Spend On Appearance Customization
It works for some – although it’s mostly a cosmetic change, using your coins on new cats or hairstyles could be a good way to freshen up your character and break the monotony. But if you really want to be productive and score high, those coins should be spent on buying better guns with better abilities and additional ammo.
5. Check The Collection Area
Why should you regularly go to the collection area? You should go there because that’s where you’ll see the birds you’ve yet to shoot; brown birds are those whom you’ve already shot, while green ones are the ones you need to focus on as you haven’t acquired them yet.