No More Room in Hell – Useful Tips

Helpful Tips and Tricks

  • You are infected if you see veins growing around the border of your screen, and your vision is growing faint.
  • You are bleeding if your character is grunting and you see blood on your screen.
  • You are at low health if your screen starts to lose color.
  • If you find them, you can use pills to stem off infection for a few minutes.
  • If you are bleeding you can find bandages to stop it.
  • If you are at low health, you can use first aid kits to heal yourself.
  • Kill Shamblers by charging your melee weapon for a few seconds. Don’t overcharge, you’ll lose too much stamina. Every melee weapon has a specific timing.
  • When starting out, always shove zombies back with the shove key after attacking via melee. You’ll avoid any incoming damage.
  • Memorize which ammo type corresponds to each firearm.
  • Don’t hoard ammo that you can’t use. Share it with a teammate with a compatible firearm.
  • Conserve your ammo. Firearms should be used in emergencies like a group of Runners or a horde of Shamblers blocking your path.
  • Runners or Zombie Children around? Stay on the move.
  • Objective maps have random variations. Memorize them so you can survive more consistently.
  • Avoid killing too many zombies when playing objective maps unless you have to. Focus on completing the objectives.
  • Jumping prevents zombies from grabbing you. Use this to dodge through zombie hordes.
  • If you are infected, you have around 2 minutes until you turn into a walking corpse!
  • Pills remove infection symptoms and delay them for around 3 minutes.
  • Use your Pills when it’s getting hard to see. You’ll be buying yourself more time.
  • If you are in a dangerous situation while infected, take your Pills before your vision begins blurring.
  • Medkits restore one third of your total health points and they stop your bleeding.
  • Don’t use medkits if you are close to max health unless there’s plenty to spare.
  • Use Gene Therapy syringes only when infected. If you use them before and you die they will go to waste.
  • The lower your health is, the higher the chance of infection per bite will be.
  • You can only get infected by getting grabbed and bitten.
  • Bandages will restore one sixth of your total health points and will stop your bleeding. You can only use them while bleeding.
  • Bleeding slowly reduces your health, prevents you from sprinting and forces you to use more stamina for every action.
  • You can commit suicide with a firearm when infected to prevent the reanimation of your corpse.
  • While infected you can receive damage from teammates even if friendly fire is off.
  • If you are infected and don’t trust your teammates, don’t ask for medical supplies. Scavenge and find them yourself!
  • Health Stations will stop your bleeding if you heal up to full health.
  • Standing still will regenerate your stamina faster. Crouching while moving will do the same to a smaller degree. The effects don’t stack.
  • Attacking, shoving, jumping or sprinting will drain your stamina.
  • When low on stamina you are extremely vulnerable. You can’t perform any defensive actions.
  • When low on stamina, you’ll hear your character panting desperately.
  • When low on stamina, stop sprinting. Your movement speed will be slower than walking in that state.
  • Shoot a flare into the sky when playing a survival map to get an additional supply drop (once per round).
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I turned my love for games from a hobby into a job back in 2005, since then working on various gaming / entertainment websites. But in 2016 I finally created my first website about video games – Gameplay Tips. And exactly 4 years later, Game Cheat Codes was created – my second website dedicated to legal game cheats. My experience with games started back in 1994 with the Metal Mutant game on ZX Spectrum computer. And since then, I’ve been playing on anything from consoles, to mobile devices.

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