Our guide to MisBits focuses on its main characteristics and mechanics. You will learn the gameplay basics and find answers to potential problems. The first few pages contain starting tips that should help novice players, especially in the first hours of the game. Our guide also has descriptions of the quests/challenges and available game modes. In addition to classic competition-based modes, MisBits also has e.g. the built-in editor which allows you to create your own mini-games, as well as modify the available game modes and maps. The guide also has information about the controls and system requirements.
One of the most important chapters of the guide is the FAQ, which provides answers to frequently asked questions. There you will learn e.g. whether MisBits have microtransactions, can you play alone, how to throw items, how and why to change toys/body parts, and how to activate special attacks.
MisBits is a sandbox multiplayer action game aimed primarily at young players. The game features a wide variety of game modes. In addition to the classic deathmatch games, we can also e.g. join an unusual version of soccer, hunt for toys, or create your own mini-games and modify the existing game content. In the matches, players use funny characters that can change their body parts during the game. The game also allows you to modify their appearance by using numerous cosmetic items.
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The FAQ section contains solutions to the most frequently encountered problems. The descriptions found there can help those players who are just starting their adventure with the game and are learning its rules.
- How to throw objects? - We have described two main ways of throwing. You can use "normal" and charged throws.
- How and why should I change toys? - The use of toys is the basis of the gameplay in MisBits. However, the choice of toys shouldn't be dictated only by aesthetic qualities, since each of them offers slightly different gameplay.
- How to change the character's appearance? - You can completely change the appearance of the hero's head. As for the lower part of the body and the weapon, you can only make minor cosmetic changes.
- How to use a special attack? - Each toy has one special skill - frequent use of this skill can help you win battles.
- How to attack other players? - In MisBits, you can attack your opponents in different ways.
- How to find a special toy? - You can search for a special toy in the Toy Hunters mode. Find it fast to earn a large number of points.
MisBits world atlas
Our guide to MisBits has a mini-world atlas. We have prepared a comparison of two important elements of the game:
- All the main game modes in MisBits - You can learn about the most important rules of all the main game modes (how to play and how to win, what are the main rules of a particular mode, etc.).
- All main types of toys in MisBits - You can find out what main types of toys/lower body parts are available in the game. We have prepared information about the special skill available to each toy.
Is there a single player campaign?
No, MisBits doesn't have a typical single-player campaign. Because of that, our guide doesn't contain a walkthrough. However, it should be noted that MisBits allows you to create new content and explore maps alone (for example, while waiting for other players to join the session).
Which game does MisBits resemble the most?
MisBits is a completely original project, and it clearly doesn't copy ideas from other games. However, this game may appeal primarily to fans of such titles as Fortnite, Overwatch, or Rocket League. As for the last of the listed games, the similarity can be seen in the Kick Brawl mode, in which we play an unusual version of soccer. Just like in Rocket League, we can quickly move around the stadium and attack opponents without risking penalties.
The sandbox elements, the option to create your own content or modify existing ones, bears resemblance to Minecraft, the Dragon Quest Builders series as well as the Media Molecule productions - LittleBigPlanet and Dreams.
Is MisBits for children?
MisBits is suitable for children - it has received PEGI 7+ rating. However, this doesn't mean that this is a game designed exclusively for the kids. It can also meet the requirements of adult users and let them demonstrate great skills in winning matches.
Do I need to play with friends?
MisBits allows you to play with your friends, but you don't have to do that. You can play alone without any problems - the game uses matchmaking to pick players for the match.
How to close the tutorial window?
Each time you join a game, you can press F1 to display a screen with pictures describing its basic rules. This board doesn't disappear on its own. Instead of pressing the ESC key, you need to press F1 again to close the tutorial.
Will MisBits be released on consoles?
At the time of writing this guide, the authors don't plan to release MisBits for PS4, XONE, Switch, or any other consoles. The title is developed exclusively for PC. We don't exclude that the game may at some point get released on consoles.
Important control keys in MisBits
Below you can find the most important control keys in MisBits. The full controls list is on the separate Controls page. We have also posted information about using a gamepad and the in-game control settings.
Kick - hold down the key to increase its power.
Use a special attack/special skill - these vary depending on the type of toy/body part used.
Interact/Pick up or drop an object.
Attach/detach the head to or from the toy/body part.
Jump/Fly/Try to free yourself.
Does MisBits have high system requirements?
No, MisBits has low system requirements and can run successfully even on a PC that is a few years old. Minimum system requirements:
- Operating system: Windows 7/8.1/10 (64-bit only)
- Processor: Intel Core i3-4160 / AMD A10-7850K
- RAM: 4 GB
- Video card: Nvidia GeForce GTX 660 or Radeon R9 270
- Disk space: 10 GB
- An Internet connection
Full information about the requirements and available graphical settings can be found on the System requirements page.
About MisBits Guide
Author : Jacek "Stranger" Halas for gamepressure.com
Translator : Mateusz "Ictius" Sawka
last update : March 5, 2020
Use the comments below to submit your updates and corrections to this guide.
MisBits Video Game
- genre: Action
- developer: Pow Wow Entertainment
- publisher: 3BD Games
- platform: PC
MisBits is a sandbox, adventure game focused on multiplayer gameplay. Players can compete with each other by controlling a variety of different characters, trying to gain an advantage over others. Pow Wow Entertainment and Purple Lamp Studios are responsible for developing this game. The publisher is 3BD Games.
MisBits is an adventure game in which we observe the world from behind the hero ( TPP). The title allows players to explore an open space full of all sorts of crazy treasures and threats. The main goal is to gain an advantage over other players.
What makes MisBits different from other PvP games is that we can compete in different ways. There is a place for warriors, thinkers, explorers, as well as those who like to build (in this respect, the game offers a number of elements that resemble associations, such as Minecraft or the Dragon Quest Builders cycle). In production, we find numerous and varied mini-games that provide a bunch of extra fun.
Production also provides the ability to customize the appearance and capabilities of your hero - we can choose from a huge number of heads and bodies to create a unique combination. There is also an option for attaching the head to... a powerful vehicle, thanks to which gives us additional combat and movement skills.
In MisBits, we can only play with others. The basis of the gameplay is an online multiplayer mode, but the production offers a number of different modules (including, among other things, the classic Deathmatch). A single game can be played by 8, 18 or 48 players, depending on which type of game you choose.
MisBits has a decent three-dimensional graphics. The developers have applied a very colorful, simplified art style that evokes associations with animated films like Toy Story or Shrek. A good dose of humour has not been forgotten either. Thanks to all this, the game looks attractive, has its own character, and at the same time its graphics is transparent, which makes it easier to get a sense of the crazy action on screen.