Scrunk is an online team-based building and raiding game. Fight off mechs and infiltrate the enemy team's base while building up and defending your own.
Fortify your team's base with traps, walls, barbed wire and turrets to ensure your core block is protected at all times from incoming raiders.
Scavenge scrap from mechs and world events to craft explosives, bombs and guns to destroy the enemy's core block.
Dodge blast-zones or wait around to collect the scrap left behind. Fight off hordes of skitterers and shoot drones out of the sky to scavenge them for loot and scrap.
Win matches to increase your global player rank.
Last time's Scrunk 101 covered building up your base. Missed it? Just click here!
Raiding can be approached in two ways. Either outsmart the enemy builders or just... brute force it.
There's a variety of tools including weapons and explosives specifically dedicated to blowing everything up.
This explosive is the primary crafted tool for taking down the enemy's defences. Place it near anything you want to destroy and after a few seconds it'll deal massive damage to everything around it (including players!)
We all know what this does. Lots of damage, lots of flexibility! Rocket launchers are rare weapons that can be found in crates and dropped from drones. The launcher isn't very stable though so it'll break after several uses.
Another rare weapon that can be used for both area denial and damage. The flamethrower deals damage over time to anything it hits. It's also got a limited amount of fuel so use it wisely! Like the rocket launcher, flamethrowers are rare drops from crates and drones.
Remember the landmines you littered around your base? Why not use them to catch off-guard enemies? Even turrets can be absolutely devastating against a badly-designed base. There's a lot of ingenious strategies to explore to counteract even the craziest of base designs!
Guns will also damage blocks. The degree to which guns damage blocks is based off the block. For example wood walls are much more susceptible to bullet and fire damage whereas brick walls aren't.
Want to get involved in the community? Join the Scrunk Discord and say hello!
The first part in a three part series covering the three main aspects of the game. This time we're going over the building mechanics and how to defend...
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