Hey everyone! We've been getting a lot of questions for more information about Tower Tag!
Here's an FAQ about the gameplay to help you all become Tower Tag experts/masters!
Q: “Where do I see my hit points?”
A: Your hit point indicator is located on top of your gun, in form of a heart-shaped symbol.
Q: “Where do I see the number of remaining shots in my Tower Tag gun?”
A: Your remaining ammunition is indicated by the energy circle on top of your gun. If you hold the trigger, you can fire up to 20 shots with high speed,
When the energy is depleted (claiming a Tower also drains energy) your shooting and claiming speed is reduced. Your gun will reload its ammunition
automatically over time.
Q: ”I want to see my individual score and that of my team, where can I find it?”
A: In each Tower Tag map, you will find two scoreboards slightly above the starting position of the respective team. The scoreboard provides information
about each player’s individual number of defeated opponents, the number of rounds won by a team, assists, as well as the remaining match time.
Q: ”When being in game, my vision sometimes gets blurry and I am unable to shoot or tag a Pillar. Is that a bug?”
A: In that case, you accidently stepped into the pillar or outside the play area (chaperone system) in front of you. If you are standing inside of a pillar, you
will not be able to shoot or claim another pillar. Simply move back into the play area.
Q: ”Even though I am standing behind cover, my opponents are able to hit me. How do they do it?”
A: Be aware, not only your avatar’s body and head are vulnerable! The hand as well as the gun are viable hit zones. Keep in mind that your gun might be
visible, even though you are standing or sitting in full cover. Tip: try to use it for your advantage, and keep the gun close to your body when taking cover.
Q: ”Can I play a game of Tower Tag without using the custom gun controller?”
A: Yes, you can play Tower Tag by just using your HMD’s standard controller devices. However, using the official gun controller will improve the experience as well as your aiming.
Q: “Are there different hit zones on the player’s avatar?”
A: Yes! The player avatars have three different hit zones. Each avatar has a total of 100 hit points. Landing a shot at the hand/weapon or body will cost the opponent 40 hit points. A hit at the head will cause a loss of 80 hit points.