Discussion in 'Super Smash Mobs' started by WhyJustY, Sep 5, 2021.
fight 3 people at the same time
You just need to play a lot and take fights. Eventually, you will get it.
Go any spacer kit and be passive. Or go aggro and demolish them. Try to keep people separate and manage your opponents. Prevent them from ganging up on you in one place.
I would do this but instead of focusing on spacing your opponente, focus on getting them low and then get them to group up so you can finish them one at a time.
Your passive strategy in a nutshell: STOP ACTUALLY PLAYING THE GAME AAAAAAAA
I'm assuming you're talking about the achievement
Learning each kit's pros and cons and then getting more game sense will help you a lot. Learning all the different maps is also important so you can know where you are and places you can guess where your opponent will go if they are low. As someone who likes to melee and enjoys playing aggressive, I use cow kit so I can jump in and fight people because the kit's abilities play into my style. The high amount of armor allows me to take a few more hits and get more kills.
TLDR: It will take time but learn what kit fits your play style best. If you don't know try out a tanky kit like iron golem or cow. Creeper is always a good choice as well just because of how good it is. Good luck
I'm not normally one to go after certain achievements but this was the exact strategy I used for the 1v3 achievement. SSM is not one of my best games and as someone who doesn't have a huge grasp on all the ins and outs of the game; it was a lot easier for me to just continue to play semi-aggressive while also trying to focus on those who I knew were low. It took me quite a while (and even more losses later) to eventually get the achievement. Like I mentioned before, I'm not too knowledgeable about the game itself but if you want suggestions kit-wise, Creeper has always been my go-to. I wouldn't call it an easy kit, but I think it fits my playstyle pretty well and I actually had the most fun using that kit as well.
I see some people have already mentioned it above, but I always suggest finding a kit and playstyle that works best for you, while also taking some time to play the game to better understand how it works and maybe gain some tricks along the way. That normally is the best way to get better and even gain some more experience that will help you get a specific achievement.
I almost got it once but that was because all the other enemies were trash. I ended the game with eight kills.
Just get 3 friends and ask them to let you kill them. Getting this achievement is pretty much impossible nowadays because of all the tryhards so this is completely fair. Not your fault mineplex died, so...
it's easy on bedrock though. In cake wars, all you have to do is gear up, find a team of noobs, eat their cake, and then kill them all when they come for you.
That's what makes it so easy
Just avoid the parties of four that pop up occasionally, and it should be easy
We are talking about Super Smash Mobs. That is a Java exclusive game. Also, getting friends to feed you kills is technically cheating.
That is not one of the 3 games I have played on java, so I wouldn't know
3 vs 1 should be a game mode for how common it is lol
SSM: 3v1 mode
3 players with no revives left take on a player with 3 revives.
Guys I feel like I may have to use a kit that a lot of people hate: Skeleton Horse.
I feel like Skeleton Horse would be the best for group control because of its high armor, how bone rush works, and the fact that bone kick would just be useful in this kind of situation.
another tip I can give you is to try to play when there's no americans on (so when it's night time or during school hours in the US) because 99% of those no-life sweats are from the US, so you should get some pretty easy games when they're not on.
I feel the best way is to simple play a lot, practice and get experience rushing people to try to get as many kills as you can. Some kits that are pretty good for this in my opinion are (not all of these are agro kits but good for getting kills):
Assuming that without them there are still enough people to start a game