Resizing The Buttons
One of the neat and helpful additions to the game is having the ability to change the size of your primary and secondary buttons. This includes your on-screen analog stick and the weapon buttons on the other side. With mobile games, it's always nice when you have good, responsive buttons.
By changing the size of them in Armajet, it allows you to get more comfortable with the feel of them. You don't need to worry about putting your thumbs on small extra-small or big buttons. You can adjust to the way that best suits your game and that can really improve anyone's play.
It may seem like a relatively small feature but in reality, it can be impactful for your game. Being comfortable is the key for most any game, and that starts with being confident with the controls. That's one of the cool things about mobile is that, since buttons are on-screen, you can have the ability to make such changes from time to time and it's definitely beneficial here.
The Game Plays Smoother
There have been a few tweaks to the gameplay in Armajet. For starters, the boost usage is much smoother and powerful, making taking flight much more fun. As you might know, you can unlock some new fuel for your jetpack so this update will really make you look stylish out there.
Another improvement is how well you move in the air. Since you'll likely spend most of your time in flight during matches, this is a very welcoming improvement. It was good before, but now it's even better, so flying between platforms should be much easier.
Another small, but useful addition is the ability to bunny hop. So when you run out of jet fuel, you can use the bunny hop feature to move around the maps. Use this to your strategic advantage. Oh, and have some fun with it too.
Crosshair and Crosshair Color
One feature in Armajet is that you can turn on a crosshair that makes your automatic aim more visible. Having this is nice because, although shooting is automatic, you'll be able to know where the bullets will fly when fired, hoping they hit their target.
It's a good aid, especially for players new to the experience. To coincide with that, you will also be able to change the color of the crosshair. This gives you extra visibility during matches, and although it seems small, it's also kind of stylish too.
It gives a bit of personality to your gameplay. Sure, it's just a color change, but colors have meanings to certain people. Perhaps you want to change it to the color of your favorite sports team for example? You can do that. Or maybe you had a favorite crayon when you were a kid then go with that one like the drawing machine that you were back then (or maybe you still use crayons now, that's OK too).