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There are 27 hidden Terminals in Superhot. Every level has one. They are typically found in areas that are difficult to reach and are often out-of-bounds. Keep in mind that at least one enemy in the level must still be alive for you to access the terminal, or the level will end before you can get to it. When you reach one, just interact with the terminal to see its message. After that, you can leave the level and enter the next level if you don’t want to play through the whole thing.
If you’re having trouble finding all 27 Terminals, use the video guide below to help you reach them.
In addition to the main game (superhot.exe), there are extra materials you can access from the starting screen of Superhot, including a mini-game called Treedude where your goal is to chop the tree without running into any branches. There are numerous small “apps,” ASCII art, and other extras you can access, as well.
Superhot also included what seemed to be another mini-game that no one could access, called shrl.exe. It would ask for a password, and players spent a great deal of time trying to access it. It was eventually revealed that “shrl” stood for “Superhot Roguelike,” but it is inaccessible through normal means.
Since the developers later made a roguelike standalone expansion called Superhot: Mind Control Delete, shrl.exe might have been intended as an early tease of what was to come.
From within Superhot, you can watch the Superhot trailers, but they’ve been redone to match the limited graphics of the in-game operating system.
After you beat the main story mode, you will unlock the Endless and Challenge modes. These two modes themselves have multiple modes you can try. Endless Mode provides you with a few different modes where either you can play for as long as you want or you’re tasked with a specific time-based goal. Challenge Mode lets you pick from a variety of challenges to complete, ranging from speedruns to a mode where you can use Hotswitch from the start to modes where you can’t use guns. There are a variety of “hard mode” challenges within this mode, as well, if you’re looking for a particularly tough challenge.
Don’t forget that you can take as much time as you need to plan out your actions. There’s no need to rush. Look around, plan out strategies, and move carefully to keep track of the situation.
Slow movements will also help you predicts where your enemies are headed and set up shots to take them down.
If you jump and land perfectly on top of an enemy, it will kill them.
There is a sound when enemies spawn that can help you figure out where they are.
If you’re attacking an enemy with your fists, don’t delay for too long. If you wait too long, the damage will reset as if you hadn’t attacked them.
There is friendly fire on the enemies’ side. If you position yourself correctly, you can make them shoot each other.
When you run out of ammo, you can throw your weapon, which will stun the enemy briefly and possibly make them drop their weapon.
You can also throw objects at enemies for the same effect.