Key Master 3

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Key Master 3 Instructions

Type in the words corresponding with your enemies using the letter keys on your keyboard

Key Master 3 Walkthrough

Key Master 3 is an excellent online typing game for any fan of the genre regardless of level of experience. Beginners to the game will find a good challenge even on the easiest difficulty setting, while more experienced players will find the level of challenge they want in the more advanced difficulty settings. The game premise is fun, the bonuses are great and the graphics are well done. This is,by far, one of the most engrossing typing games online.

The premise of the game is simple - you need to protect your 'Key Master' from the attacking enemies by typing in the words on the enemies. The bigger the enemy the bigger the word. From little soldiers to bears, spiders and dragons, the enemies keep coming. Feeling overwhelmed? There are several bonuses throughout the game to help you tackle difficult invasions. It is a wise idea to have these bonuses for when you need them most instead of using them as soon as they appear. They can come in handy when you have more than one enemy attacking. The most beneficial bonus is the orange bottle marked 'Nova'. Use this bonus to take out all the attacking enemies on the screen. The green bottle marked 'heal' will heal any hits points you've received and restore your refill your health. You will also have the chance to get a key in every level which will give you bonus points, bonus hit points and restore your health. Collect all of the keys to win.

One of the best things about Key Master 3 is the difficulty levels. You can choose from 'Apprentice' or 'Easy', 'Dabbler' or 'Normal', Master or 'Hard' and 'Grandmaster' or 'Very Hard'. Newcomers to typing games should start out on 'Apprentice'. Even if you fly through the first levels without problem, the later levels are likely to challenge you. If you find 'Apprentice' too easy, try the higher levels until you find something that suits you. Advanced typing game players should start off on 'Master' or 'Grandmaster'. It those levels are just too hard, which they very well may be, try 'Dabbler' as 'Apprentice' probably won't challenge you nearly enough.