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Bowmasters Tips and Tricks

by Josh Hawkins

Bowmasters has been out for quite a bit now, but that hasn’t stopped many players from continuing to dive in and get started in the mobile PVP game. While it may not look like much from the outside, Bowmasters is actually all about strategy, timing, and aim. In this article we’ll share some of our best tips for Bowmasters to help you come out on top when going head to head with other players.

Memory is Key

One of the biggest tips we can give you in Bowmasters is to pay attention to the Power and Angle of the shots that you are making. This is especially important because these two small stats determine how far your shot will go, and at what angle it will land. The more Power and Angle you put into your shots, the further it will go.

Since you have multiple chances to hit your opponent, pay attention to the Angle and Power that you are shooting at. This will give you a better point to build off of, to ensure you’re hitting as many shots as possible.

Try All the Weapons

Bowmasters has quite an assortment of characters in the game, and while each character has the same amount of health, they all feature different weapons which act quite differently. Because of this, you’ll want to make sure you try out all of the weapons and find out which ones work the best for you. We’ve broken down how some of the weapons work below, so take a look to see how they work in the game.

Normal projectiles, like those found on Robin, Mr. Gorskiy, and Julius are pretty straightforward. They shoot straight, fall horizontally, and have the best accuracy for things like headshots.

Circular projectiles, like those found on characters like Terrance and Arnold fly much slower, so you’ll need more Power behind them to really hit your opponent hard. They don’t do as much damage as the straight projectiles, but they are really easy to aim with and more often than not you’ll find yourself hitting your enemies.

Special projectiles come in the form of both circular and straight projectiles, and they often come with various special abilities that you can activate by swiping or tapping on the game screen. They’re really helpful, but they can be hard to aim with, and may require more practice to get used to.

Get More Coins

Coins are an integral part of Bowmasters, and players should do everything they can to keep earning more coins. Sometimes it might be wise to take a break from lording over your enemies and simply take on the Bird Hunt to help you earn some extra coins. It isn’t nearly as exciting as going head to head against other players, but it can be a really handy way to build up coins and unlock new characters.

If you use these tips you should be able to get started in Bowmasters and start taking down your enemies with eases. You should remember, though, that practice makes perfect, so find a character that works for you and keep working with that character until you’re unstoppable. Then, once you have a firm grasp on that character, move on to a new character and master that one, too!