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Playing blitz better in Keyboard and mouse vs touch screen ?

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anonym_is9SLlXKWnO8 #1 Posted 09 September 2016 - 01:51 PM

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I have played this game in my mobile phone and in my PC.

I gonna tell my gaming experience on both devices . 

First 

Keyboard and mouse:

Advantages:

1) better graphics and game experience.

2) less lagging .

3) no need to run for changing wire . 

4) easy to drive tanks .

5) quick response can be possible.

6) switching ammunition is too easy .

7)more noob players .

Disadvantages:

1)big aim time circles .

2) auto aim won't work .

3) shooting targets from low range in a problem .

4)game suddenly close in between the battle( may be a bug but now it's fixed in update 3.0).

5)have to wait 2 Min or more to participate in a random battle.( U can't play with tier9 or above tanks battles )

Touch screen devices:

Advantages:

1) less aim time to shoot .

2) playing medium tanks with least distance is possible .

3) auto aim can shoot accurately for small ranges .

4) less waiting time to get into a battle.

5) less bugs and problems are solved in every new update immediately.

6)can able to carry any where and play any time .

Disadvantages:

1) the device get heated alot and you have put it in refrigerator to cool it down . 

2) have to put the device to charger and play to avoid shutdown.

3) quick response is not possible.  

Share  your experience friend .where you feel more comfortable to play .

 



_War_Child_ #2 Posted 09 September 2016 - 01:58 PM

    Forum Fadoodler

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Blitz is engineered for mobile players and the controls make it much easier to operate when using a mobile device.  If you have the right kind of mobile phone/tablet, it is far superior to keyboard controls.

BorisBaddenov #3 Posted 09 September 2016 - 02:03 PM

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Raj,

 

What device do you play on?  I use an iPad Air 2, and it does not get hot.


I’ve noticed a strong lack of Spare Parts. Is that intended?

No, it is not. This problem will solve itself with time. Many players have several dozens of vehicles in their Garages, so they don’t have enough Spare Parts for the entire vehicle fleet. But you will gradually collect enough Spare Parts to unlock new slots for purchased tanks in time.


herbie424 #4 Posted 09 September 2016 - 02:11 PM

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iPad Pro 9.7. Works well. 

 

 

 

 

 


batteriesincluded #5 Posted 09 September 2016 - 02:23 PM

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I would question more noobs as good, but most are accurate.

CrazyChrome #6 Posted 09 September 2016 - 02:34 PM

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i use both, and i play like a 40%er on the PC and a 70% on mobile

crpl_hicks #7 Posted 09 September 2016 - 04:16 PM

    First Sergeant

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I play on my Mac with a 32" screen, so I can't image playing on anything else now!?  Although I did try it on a 60" Plasma with 5.1 surround.  That was "overpowering"!

 

"Looks like a Goddamn town meeting"


tjohn6041 #8 Posted 09 September 2016 - 05:02 PM

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I play both, and have found that computer version is better for things like shooting while moving without autoaim and sighting in.  drivig is harder and no lookaround mode is hard.

Garage:                          Loads...

Premium tanks:              Loads...

Favorite tanks:               T6 Dracula, Van Helsing HO, Su-76i Ice Claw, M4A3E4, IS-3, Object 704

I'm a wallet warrior...deal with it


anonym_is9SLlXKWnO8 #9 Posted 09 September 2016 - 06:03 PM

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View PostBorisBaddenov, on 09 September 2016 - 07:33 PM, said:

Raj,

 

What device do you play on?  I use an iPad Air 2, and it does not get hot.

 

i use my mobile phone . Which always get too hot .

anonym_is9SLlXKWnO8 #10 Posted 09 September 2016 - 06:05 PM

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I also feel playing in windows 10 is simple and more fun . 

NitroTheCreator #11 Posted 09 September 2016 - 06:09 PM

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Out of Keyboard, Touch Screen, and a Console Controller, i think the touch screen controls are superior. and the iPad mini is the superior device for blitz



HooChie_MaMa515067 #12 Posted 19 May 2019 - 09:50 PM

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I use a dell desktop that has the minimum requirements.  using a corsair mouse.  I have never tried tablet. Um I also use a left hand only keyboard.  and I use a very small keyboard to do my 4, 5, 6 buttons.  I plan to get a gaming desktop. oh I use a 27inch curved LED Samsung monitor.  I do get lag but doesn't bother me.  my mouse is adjusted to aim well.  I hope to have the best of everything.  I don't feel I die because of device.  but if I have the best there's no excuse.  I use amazon a lot to get gaming equipment.  Monday I get a Razer elite mouse.   good luck everyone. and subscribe at youtube at hoochie mamama world of tanks 5150.  I have recordings of games I won in a Cromwell b.   

Th3Parasit3 #13 Posted 20 May 2019 - 04:35 PM

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I played on a PC with a logitech k400 keyboard and integrated touch pad. Screen was TV. Not the best set up. TV screens add 25ms to 50ms latency and wireless keyboards 6 feet away add input lag. Stacked in some network latency due to wifi. Not an idea set up. 

 

I think for tablets you need to add an advantage of reduced input lag and screen latency. There are no peripheral devices. Also fewer background processes stealing resources (windows update, sucks).

 

Disadvantage for tablets is wifi/lte.

 

I want to play on the a standard desktop, but cannot bring myself to drop $ on a graphics card and new screen.






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