If you find yourself devoid of weapons, or simply enjoy beating people up(hey, who doesn’t?), you’ll see that this is where TS comes into it’s own. Kung-fu is the ultimate TS art; dispatching a heavily armed enemy with your bare hands will earn you not only the respect of your fellow players, but it will also gain you more frags(on occasion, see the Scoring section). It can be used to destroy objects and disarm & kill opponents. As you become more proficient, you can use it more often and may even find yourself favouring it over standard weapons.

At its most basic, the controls are:

Primary Fire: Punch

Secondary Fire: Kick

There is, however, an awful lot more to it than that. Firstly, you will notice in the bottom right-hand corner of the screen a bar labeled ‘Kung-Fu’. This dictates the power of your attacks. When you perform a kung-fu move, the bar will reduce, and then recharge itself. From this bar, you will see how much damage your attacks can do, as the lower this bar gets, the less effective your punches and kicks will become. Below is an image of the bar in its fully charged state

Kung Fu Moves

Primary Fire

Secondary Fire
Jump Punch
Jump + Primary Fire
Jump Kick
Jump + Secondary Fire

Note that by holding primary fire you will do a punch combo consisting of 4 fast punches and a final powerful punch. The same for the secondary attack, but this time you’ll do a series of fast kicks then a final powerful one. In few words, holding fire button means fast attacks, while tapping it once means powerful attacks.

There are also available some other special attacks and tricks, using varying control combinations, but we’ll leave you to discover them… be a Specialist.


It is possible to knock an opponents weapon from his hands, thus leaving him unarmed and vulnerable. To do this you need to perform a kung fu attack that deals at least 30 points of damage. These include running kicks and jump kicks. Punching and kicking whilst stationary will not disarm an opponent.

Note that your opponent may have more than one weapon and only the one they are currently holding will be kicked from their hands. Though if you are disarmed and have another weapon, it will not automatically be selected for you. This gives you the opportunity to engage in a kung fu fight with your attacker or, if you choose, you may select your other weapon and attempt to attack him.

Kung Fu Whilst Armed

Even when holding weapons, it is still possible to kung fu your opponents. Simply press the jump key when close to another player and you will perform a kick. This kick can be used for disarming, as long as it is a running kick. It’s also useful for disarming opponents when you find yourself close to them during a gunfight. Note that while performing this move, you will be unable to shoot.


Blocking a kung-fu attack is possible through pressing punch as someone attempts to hit you. This is effective both for punches and kicks.