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About the game

Hind Warfare is an online multiplayer game developed and published by MONSTER BUNNY STUDIOS,
a subsidiary of Indian Digital Production House TCP DIGITAL, NEW DELHI. The game is entirely inspired by the bravery of Indian Commanders and their killing instincts. Hunting for weapon and equipment to kill the oppotunity while saving themselves remain the fundamental spur throghout the game.

Game Modes

Team Deathmatch

Two teams battle each other in an elimination-based challenge. The first team to acquire the target number of kills wins the match.... Players respawn immediately after death. If both teams have the same score when the timer runs out, the game ends in a draw.

Team Deathmatch
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Capture The Flag

Two teams compete for control of three locations on the map marked with lettered waypoints: A, B, and C. Earn a score for each zone your team controls.... Players respawn immediately after death. Halftime occurs after one team gains 100 points. The teams then switch sides on the map and the first team to earn 200 points wins the match.

Free For All

It’s every Operator for themselves. The first player to earn the target number of kills, or who has the most kills when the clock runs out, wins the match.


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Bomb Diffusal

Bomb defusal is one of the most popular and pretty much the go-to game mode for anybody. In this game mode, Team A must plant a bomb at one of two bomb sites and ... Team B must stop them.
Team A wins if they eliminate all enemies or plant the bomb before the round ends and it explodes. Team B wins if they eliminate all enemies, defuse the bomb or if round time expires before the bomb is planted.

The Characters

THE MAPS

Hind Warfare is India's first ever first-person/third-person shooter game with all Indian Maps. The locations/maps were chosen by keeping a gamer’s interest from each corner of the country in mind. The nature and elements of each location are very diverse from each other.

kuldhara

An abandoned village in the Jaisalmer district of Rajasthan. Some 300 years ago, it used to be a prosperous village of Paliwal Brahmins under the state of Jaisalmer. A ghost town now, it holds a charm with the ruins of castles and fortresses. Peep right into the lives of the people who once inhabited them.

Mawphanlur

Deep within the forest area of North-Eastern state of Meghalaya, considered one of the wettest regions in the wild. The mountainous terrain along the southern part of the Shillong Plateau. Living Root Bridges is one of the main attractions of this map.

Paharganj

A neighborhood of Central Delhi, which is popular with low-budget travelers for the cheap lodgings; an epicenter of the city's drug crime, sexual assaults, and sex trade.

vizag Port

India's third-largest port by volume of cargo handled and largest on the Eastern Coast. Proposed by the British Govt. after the First World War, it was built in 1927 to facilitate the export of manganese ore from the Central Provinces