Air Hockey of Fury

Air Hockey of Fury

Rule the table of Air hockey

Air hockey has certainly evolved ever since its production and now, it is known by many and is actually available almost in any arcade and entertainment centers. This game has probably become a favourite of kids and adults alike since its production. Well, at first glance it often looks as if you just need to swing and swing your mallet, which may not require you to use any skill. But it turns out that might not be exactly correct as there are ways to determine who are better in Air hockey not just by simply brute force.
Rookies tend to hold the mallet at the top of the knob. In doing so, however, they're inadvertently slowing down their shots and giving their opponents an opening to score. Try holding it behind the knob instead. That will give you improved agility and better accuracy, letting you move quickly to block goal attempts and take more strategic shots on your opponent.
Also, defend your goal smartly. When your opponent is in control of the puck, goaltending is your primary mission. Rather than positioning your mallet directly against the goal ? or even an inch or two away ? keep it about a foot out. This will allow you to react quickly when you see the shot coming. If it's a straight shot, you'll have time to adjust the mallet. If it's a bank shot, you should be able to reposition before it gets to your goal and block the attempt but when you do block, don't knock the puck back to the other side. Instead, just tap it lightly to regain control, and then set up your next shot.
There’s also the existence of an unblockable shot that may help you in winning an Air hockey battle. Start with your puck in the lower right corner, then tap it so it moves toward the center. Right before you hit it, twist your wrist counterclockwise (roughly 90 degrees) and just graze the puck with the side of your mallet. Your opponent, watching your hand, will instinctively guard against a bank shot, but the shot will sail straight into the goal.
Also, one most important tip is not to over-bank your shots. I find banking extremely fun as the sound it makes really excites me more and frankly, it makes the appearance of your game cooler, but in fact, it just contributes to your possible loss. Every time your puck hits the side, it slows down, and instead of confusing the enemy, your actually just helping him.
Air hockey is definitely not a battle that doesn’t require you to use skill, in fact, your physical ability matters most in this game. Whether it’s your posture or the way you hit, it is still important to know of these tips to get better in playing air hockey.


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