Discussion in 'Counterstrike CZ/CS/CSS/GO Forum' started by jellyome, Sep 26, 2009.
Does anyone know how to bunny hop, everyone does it in Zombie maps and i can't, how do u do it???
Umm, I don't bunny hop .
I jump round corners, and control my spray, but I don't bunny hop. I know what you mean, but it doesn't work as good as it does in Combat Arms
Press spacebar over and over and over again..
I'm a bunny hopper, it's an effective method of dodging bullets.
Bunny hopping doesnt work at all for me, a bit in an Elimination, but I just rather crouch and keep moving instead of jumping up and down and spraying, where I just crouch and control my fire. But in games like BF2 it just takes practice to bunny hop. You just need to start doing games bunny hopping if you want to get good at it. I wouldn't suggest bunny hopping, because it doesnt give you an advantage, if anything your not going to be accurate.
Just hit the jump button alot of times.Then you go hop hop hop like a bunny.
Ty for your help
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Lol. that was some easy advice. I dont bunny hop so I couldnt really help out, but with advice like that, I just might start, its got to be easy, but just because its easy doesnt mean I'll be any good.
Notice the section is CS:S guys . Not Combat arms.
In CS:S it's alot harder to bunny hop. Combat Arms makes it way too easy.
The talk of zombies confused me, I forgot there was a zombie mode in CS:S.
CS:S bunny hopping is a bit tricky.
Here's a video I found, it might help you. I can't hear anything right now but I'm sure it will help and hope it does
there is an script that launches, and its called autohotkey or something. Vac clean
Most people bunny hop with their jump command bound to their mousewheel scroll. In-game you would type "bind mwheeldown +jump" in order to make the scroll jump constantly. This will allow you to just scroll the mouse wheel constantly in order to maintain a steady jump flow. Then you can search for some tutorials on youtube where they teach you how to air strafe. From there practice makes perfect, the more you work towards learning to bhop the better you'll become.
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