Congratulations, you get to destroy the Among Us Crew. That means you’ll be in charge of throwing a wrist in their jobs, and make sure the job is nothing but “business as usual.”
On your screen, you’ll see a list of tasks and their locations on the map, but these are just suggestions for things you can cheat on and not your real goal. Instead, you will want to try to find a way to separate the Crew members and the **** from them whenever you can. Of course, this is not going to be easy, and you have to be cunning.
Fortunately there are a few crawling spaces that you can use, they are usually covered with air cover. You will want to use your mobility to your advantage as you select employees individually.
But there are other things you can do too. When you open your destruction map you will see that there are quite a few things you can do. You can lock the doors to keep employees attached, or break the lights and limit their visibility.
And you can damage their connection, preventing them from seeing their activities. Additionally, you can damage the reactor, oxygen, or other vital pieces of equipment that will spell everyone’s destruction unless they are repaired.
Between us, a meeting was called, what do I do?
Meetings are the only times when players have to speak to each other, making them an integral part of Among Us. Meetings are called when a body is reported, or when someone presses an emergency meeting button.
If you are an employee, use this opportunity to share information and investigate suspects. If you are a cheater, use this time to dispel suspicions and sow discord.
At each meeting, players can vote to remove one person, and if anyone has the most votes they will be thrown out of the airlock / volcano.
If you do not want to vote for someone, however, you can vote again to skip below. Use meeting time wisely, because communication will be important in helping the group communicate, and it is equally important for divers to interrupt.
What is “Among Us?”
“Among Us” is a multiplayer online game developed by developer InnerSloth in 2018. The game has seen an increase in popularity in 2020 thanks to TikTok and YouTube players who post their videos playing once. Representatives of the U.S. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Ilhan Omar also boosted the popularity of the game recently where they shared live playing the game on Twitch.
“‘Among Us’ is the focus of deceptive thinking, in which users act as swindlers scattered across a group of testers who try to **** or undermine everyone’s efforts to succeed,” said Jeff Haynes, web and video game editor at Common Sense Media. “On its face, the concept of the game may sound ugly, but the action is animated and naturally funny, and the game promotes a sense of teamwork and cooperation as players try to complete their tasks.”
In short, children should be old enough to understand the difference between hiding their identity in an online game and lying in real life if they are going to play.