How To Do A Bunny Hop On Counter Strike?
When I read the question, I thought it could be referring to several things -- Music, music and dance innovation on Dance Wars, counter sinking a nail flush with a carpentry surface with some new technological insight, a pre-emptive strike with bunnies, or many other things.
I even imagined old people doing the Bunny Hop dance to rap music, using new movements. Alas, that was all incorrect.
Finally, I wised up and accessed YouTube and found some pointers that I hope will help you to do a successful series of Bunny Hops in your ever-more-victorious gamesmanship with the video game, Counter-Strike.
Doing a little more reading, I found that Counter-strike is billed as the Number One action adventure online game experience. Pitting terrorists and anti-terrorists against each other is certainly politically currrent.
The first video below gives some suggestions with a musical background, so ther eis the music I was looking for.
INSTRUCTIONS for BUNNY HOPPING v.1.6
Meanwhile, a friendly informant tells me that on your computer Keyboard, depress the W key in order to access the first run-up.
Next, let go of the W key and depress the STRAFE KEY, which is D or A. Next, direct the computer mouse in the identical direction of the STRAFE. It it's D, then move the mouse to the right and it it's A, move the mouse somewhat to the left in a tight arc. Next, JUMP.
Next, begin a forwardly-curved jump to either the Left or Right. Be sure not to use the W key to accelerate after this process.
Before landing the first jump, depress the OPPOSITE STRAFE key and arc the mouse in the identical direction of the STRAFE and depress JUMP, exactly at the very second that you land the FIRST jump. The timing is VITAL, because of you miss that second, the bunny hop is aborted.
Repeat the process from the point at which you use the D and A keys for more bunny hopping success.
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