This page contains Brothers In Arms 2: Global Front Hints for iPhone - iPad called "How to know how much health you have" and has been posted or updated on Mar 30, 2013 by MartinWarrior.
- Developer: Gameloft
- Publisher: Gameloft
- Genre: Adventure
- Release: Feb 22, 2010
- ESRB: Not Set
How to know how much health you have
If you look where your medikits are (top left) there will be a number inside a grey circle. The number shows how many medikits you have. If you tap the number you will get one medikit. The grey circle will disappear and it will start appearing again from the top. This shows how long you have until you can get your next medikit. Another thing that a lot of people are not aware of is the red circle around the grey circle shows your health. It starts at the bottom, goes right and then finishes on the bottom left. This red line will move around the grey circle indicating your health. For instance a grey screen would have next to no red line and full health would be all the red line. So if you have half the red line you know that you har half health. You do heal yourself without medikits (if you aren't being shot). If you start on a grey screen it will tak longer the first half healing yourself than the second half. This may have been a bit long winded but if you are in a level where you have half health ad healing and you get a medikit then jump out and get shot and can't heal yourself with another medikit because it is still counting down, you will realise that if you have spent two seconds waiting to heal fully without a medikit you could use that medikit when you jump out
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