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Skillshot is a cooperative or competitive multiplayer mode in which two to four players compete to score points by smashing targets. It essentially functions as a multiplayer version of ARM Getter.
Skillshot takes place on a standardized stage. Each fighter or team of fighters stands opposite of each other and cannot move from their ledge, though it is long enough for them to move side-to-side. In between the two ledges, targets start popping up. Fighters can smash the targets by punching or grabbing and will rack up points this way. They may also punch or grab opponents, which will temporarily stun them and keep them from smashing targets, along with awarding extra points. The more targets they smash in a row, the more points they get per punch (note that punching an opponent in a chain also counts for more points). The fighter(s) with the highest score at the end of the round is declared victorious.
The mode allows for up to four players. Players can compete in one-on-one, two-versus-two, or one-versus-two matches.
Names in other languages
|French||Cibles mouvantes||Moving targets|
|German||Ins Schwarze||In the dark|
|Italian||Tiro al bersaglio||Target shot|
|Spanish||Tiro al blanco||Shooting|
|Modes in ARMS|
|Versus||Fight • Team Fight • V-Ball • Hoops • Skillshot • 1-on-100 • VS Hedlok • Hedlok Scramble • ARMS Test • Rules • Replay|
|Party Match (Party Crash)|
|Friends||Party Match • Arena|
|Help||Dashboard||Stats||Recent Replays||Gallery||Badges||Set ARMS||Get ARMS|