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The bunnyhop gamemode is a prevalent feature found in several Source Source Engine games, notably in first-person shooters such as Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Counter-Strike: Source Counter-Strike: Source (unofficially) and etc.

Mechanism

The core mechanic of the bunnyhop gamemode revolves around a technique known as “bunny hopping.” Players employ a combination of jumping and strafing (sideways movement) to maintain or increase their speed. By timing their jumps and strafes adeptly, players can preserve momentum and traverse the game environment more swiftly than by regular running.

Gameplay

In bunnyhop game modes, players engage in races against each other, competing to complete courses or reach specific destinations in the shortest possible time. Success in navigating through the map’s obstacles and terrain requires mastering the intricacies of bunny hopping. The precise execution of jumps and strafes is vital to maintaining optimal speed.

Skill and Competition

Bunnyhop game modes are renowned for their fast-paced and skill-intensive gameplay. Players must possess precise timing, superior movement control, and a deep understanding of the game’s maps. Bunny hopping has also gained popularity within the competitive speedrunning community, as players employ these techniques to complete levels or entire games as quickly as possible.

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