Bitejacker is controlled by using the keyboard and the mouse. The WASD (or arrow) keys are used to move, the E key performs actions, and the R key reloads. The mouse is used to aim and to shoot. The escape or P keys are used to pause the game.
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Bitejacker is a zombie game based on the indie game review show, Bytejacker. This shooting game features personalities from the show, sprite graphics, 8-bit audio, and simple, arcade-style gameplay.
The objective of Bitejacker is to survive the zombie onslaught and make it to the exit in each level. When you start this zombie game, you are given the choice to play as Anthony Carboni or Jonathan Rivera, two personalities from the Bytejacker show. I advise playing as Anthony since his special abilities are more useful. You will have to start from the beginning of this zombie game each time that you play, but your progress and money are saved. Quitting the game costs you thirty-percent of the money that you earned, but it's better then dying which will cost you even more! Thus, it is best to quit while you're ahead and come back later with full health.
Bitejacker uses an intuitive combination of mouse and keyboard controls. Your character is moved by using the WASD keys or the arrow keys. The E key is used to execute special moves when the "Awesome-O-Meter" at the bottom of the screen is filled. You will automatically reload your weapon when it is empty, but you can also manually reload by pressing the R key. The mouse is used to aim and to shoot. This control scheme is quite common in shooting games, so if you are a veteran of the genre, you should not have much trouble picking up this zombie game.
Bitejacker starts out relatively easy, but the difficulty ramps up as you make more progress. This zombie game doesn't have to be hard; it is possible to run to the exit in each level, blasting a path through the zombies as you go. If you want to get the full value out of this game, things will become more difficult. Rescuing civilians and guiding them to the exist may make things harder, but it can be rewarding. Rescued civilians will provide extra money if you guide them to the exit, may help you fight the zombies, and at the very least, serve as meat shields. It is also a good idea to search boxes, trash cans, and corpses for weapons and money. This requires you to remain stationary around the object that you are searching, however, so you run the risk of being surrounded by the undead.
Bitejacker is a wonderful zombie game with a load of pop culture references, such as Mortal Kombat's "Toasty!" and Sonic the Hedgehog's shoes as a speed upgrade. If you like arcade-style shooting games with a humorous twist, then you will enjoy Bitejacker!