Usage of Weapons in the Bullet Force game

Video games have become an important part of our lives. They are interactive and it causes the usage of our brain cells. Some strategic games have always pulled in people from all sides of the world. The age of the internet has brought in several people who share the love for a game. But before playing we will need to know about them in depth. Just let us have a look at the key components of the Bullet Force video game. So, let us begin with it.

What type of game is Bullet Force?

Bullet Force is a first party shooting based game which is multiplayer in nature. You can run it on Oss like Windows, Ios, Macintosh etc. The game revolves around some map areas so that you can play at several places and enjoy yourself without getting bored. The game was designed by an 18-year old and he did an amazing job in making this thing a success.

What are the weapons that you use in the game?

A shooting based game will always require you to carry weapons. In this game, the writer has divided the chapters into different sections and beats so that it is easy to work with them. Here are the weapons:

Light weapons are mainly the ones that you will use during the first few days of playing the game. Some examples of light weapons are MNR-7 Bio Reactive, Confed LZR-10, Foley 356 Tactical, Jax-IP etc.

Medium weapons are better than the light weapons and they do come handy in some places. The examples of these include Confed LZR-23, L-Shot 75, MK-ASLT, Jax-IR, Bower 20 and Ion Beamer.

Heavy weapons do have a weight to them but they are one of the best things to use in class. Some of the heavyweight weapons are Rail CLVR, A50 Bio reactive, Plutonium Cutter, Sweeper etc.

Other than these you will also get grenades collected from several places and they have unique names. You will also get throwing knives and darts that will help in injuring the opponents.

Tips on weapons that you should follow to play the game:

Definitely, follow these tips if you want to be a good player and have a nice game. They are:

Always check the guns that you have on yourself. Guns will always be an important decider of winning the game.

Definitely try to use the Hawk’s stealth if you get your hands on it. It immensely 

helps in winning tough games. Recharge her whenever you see a low energy warning.

If you have a canon, then fire it immediately rather than holding back on it.

The miscellaneous exploding barrels are also a nice way of killing your opponent. Just see that you are using the weapon strategically. Use Bullet Force Hack to get Bullet force free gold when you are in desperate need of it.

So, here is some information that you will definitely need while playing the game. These tips and tricks will help you out in winning the games. Enjoy the game with your friends and family.

Blackberry Bold Looking to Take the Smartphone Genre; but Can it Beat the iPhone?

Since the iPhone dropped sometime ago, little has hit the market that truly contends with the wonder that is Apple’s cell phone creation. But Blackberry, the maker of all things smart, is gearing up to release a contender, and it looks like it could take the big title. The Blackberry Bold will be released this summer and first looks and hands-on reviews have it seated right next to the iPhone ready to take the title of “best smartphone ever!”. Before we pick a winner lets see how the phones stack up against each other.
Specifications amp; Features

The iPhone stands super sleek with the following dimensions; 115 x 61 x 11.6 mm and weighs in at 135g according to GSMarena. The Blackberry is a bit lighter at 133g but the difference is neglible. It is a touch thicker and a bit wider than the iPhone though with the following dimensions; Length: 114mm, Width: 66mm, Thickness: 14mm.

Both the iPhone and the Bold offer up most of the same exact features. They both offer up bluetooth, mp3 playback, headphone jacks, wi-fi access, e-mail and texting. According to Crackberry the Bold’s display will be a HVGA, 480 x 320 pixels, Transmissive TFT LCD screen that supports over 65k colors The iPhone offers up something similar but the Bold’s screen is apparently far better. Blackberry is fairly well known for their screen quality so that comes as no surprise. The build quality is supposedly good on both, although the iPhone appears slightly sleeker.


Apple’s first parlay into the cell phone arena was a good one, without a doubt, but initial bugs had some consumers crying foul. Honestly what can you expect from a first time phone manufacturer, but with the bugs ironed out the iPhone is certainly functional. It’s biggest claim to fame is the touchscreen. While it’s a nice touch I don’t find it particularly practical so I was excited to see that blackberry stuck with their old fashion full-sized QWERTY keyboard for their new Bold. My concept on this is “if it ain’t broke don’t fix it” and personally I think Blackberry has one of the nicest keyboards around (this coming from a sidekick convert says a lot).

On top of it’s nice keyboard the Blackberry has had a long standing relationship with most major carriers thus the new phones will likely be available across the board for all carriers to varying degrees. To me this is a big plus for the Bold as the iPhone has been exclusive with Cingular/AT T; since it’s launch date.

The Bold will run on a high-speed 3G wireless network according to The Sacramento Business Journal which will make the loading of web pages a breeze, adapters will also enjoy seamless streaming video from applicable websites. The iPhone runs on the EDGE network that loads something like a 56k connection (remember those) according to Network Computing.

The Bold will likely offer up about 5 hours of talk time and 13 days of stand-by. The iPhone currently fares a bit better with about 7 hours of talk time but stand-by is only about 10 days. The Bold surpasses stand-by time by about three days but that all remains to be seen as stand-by are often “mileage may vary”

Design amp; Appeal

Both the iPhone and the Bold are sleek looking smartphones that anyone would be proud to carry. The Bold appears to tote a bit more rugged design and is not nearly as glossy and polished at the iPhone, although that might be a good thing for many, less prone to scratch and what not. The bold also offers up a nice sized keyboard that is on the front of the phone, make sure you lock it to avoid any random phone calls or texts, but of all the design is nice, not nearly as innovative or tech-savvy as the iPhone but it does the job just fine.

The iPhone has long appealed to the 20-something apple crowd, but the Bold will likely appeal to the business (wo)man who is looking for something a bit more business-like. The business crowd has long flocked to the blackberry phones so that should come as no surprise.


In short the Bold is a nice new innovative phone that will offer up a quick hi-speed connection. Overall it’s a nice upgrade for the business crowd but it will take a lot for it to blow the iPhone out of the water, after all Apple has somewhat of a cult following.