Person Shooter Elements

Some articles on shooter, shooters, elements, person:

Six Shooter Records
... Six Shooter Records is an independent record label, based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada ... Six Shooter Records is distributed by Warner Music Canada in Canada, by Alternative Distribution Alliance in the USA and by ADA Global outside of North America ... Six Shooter also provides label management services for Flemish Eye, Nrmls Wlcm Records, and Soccer Mom Records, and band management for Rheostatics, Shout Out Out Out Out, Whitey ...
Action Roleplaying Game - Other Subgenres - Role-playing Shooter
... Role-playing shooters (often abbreviated RPS) are sometimes considered a sub-genre, featuring elements of both shooter games and action RPGs ... The gameplay switched between first-person dungeon crawl exploration and side-scrolling shooter combat, where the player could jump, duck and shoot at ... exploration to a fully 3D polygonal third-person perspective inside buildings, while bosses are fought in an arena-style 2D shoot 'em up battle ...
Shooter - Other Uses
... Shooter (mixed drink), a mixed alcoholic drink that is served in a shot glass A raw oyster on the halfshell Slang for a firearm Term for gunman (or gunwoman) of a shooting Rod Beck, American baseball ...
Six Shooter (disambiguation)
... A six shooter is a type of revolver that carries six cartridges Six Shooter may also refer to Six Shooter (film), a 2005 Academy Award-winning live action short film The Six Shooter, a 1953–1954 radio series ...
Lunacy (FIRST) - Common Robot Types - Shooter
... "Shooter" robots were able to shoot one ball at a time, usually over a long range ... Successful shooters were fairly uncommon, and often did not directly score ... Self-reloading was very common amongst the shooters ...

Famous quotes containing the words elements and/or person:

    The three great elements of modern civilization, gunpowder, printing, and the Protestant religion.
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