Hey there, after a bit of nostalgia remembering the good old days of Kohi gods, MCPvP, MineHQ, Badlion, and all the best papers. clickspeedtest.net has decided to put up Kohi Click Test.
Here is a replica of the Click Test from the website of the Kohi Minecraft server which closed long ago.
You can use it to check your click speed! You have 10 seconds to click as much as you can and your score will show on the CPS counter. How fast can you click?
Basically, in Minecraft PvP, one of the biggest skills you can learn is rapidly pressing your mouse button while maintaining aim.
The amount of times you press the mouse clicker in a second is known as CPS (Clicks Per Second).
If you are new to all of this you could probably think of it as double-clicking but instead of stopping at double, you just keep going.
There are various methods of fast clicking, to get higher scores on click tests, and to perform better in Minecraft PVP.
Some are easier than others, and each has pros and cons!
This is just the normal run-of-the-mill clicking that your mum or dad might do if you told them to click the mouse fast.
It usually starts at about 3-6 clicks a second but some people can get as high as 7 or even 9 doing it.
A pro of this method is that it's pretty easy to keep good aim, con is that it's hard to get high CPS, usually, you would only have average clicks per second.
This is where you tense or spasm your arm or hand.
The shaking motion allows for a much higher frequency of clicks on a click tester.
At first, it will be very hard to do for long, you will probably have to do short bursts and slowly build-up, and it will be almost impossible to aim at first.
Some PvPers have been jitter clicking for so long now that they can control the shaking so well that it looks like they aren't even moving their hand or finger such as StimpyPvP.
The butterfly was a more recent discovery compared to jitter, it is a very controversial method of clicking and is not allowed on many servers.
It is possible to get the fastest CPS with the most amount of control with this method though.
It works by using 2 fingers and slamming them down on the mouse alternating.
Lifting one while the other is slamming down, the slam of the finger on the mouse when done correctly can create multiple clicks because it's causing vibration and rattling the mouse clicker, usually at least 2 clicks, but sometimes 3 or 4 from each click.
Another reason is its controversial is some mouses are a lot better for it than others, and sometimes people get worn out mouses which can do it very easily.
Anyway, because you are only moving your fingers compared to shaking your hand, then this method is easy to control.
It can reach speeds of 25 CPS. This is amazing on a clicking speed test.
Drag isn't really practical, and can't be used in PvP, but, if you have a sticky finger mouse, depending on the friction between the mouse clicker and your finger, you can drag or rub your finger down the mouse and register 100s of clicks in a single drag.
This would be fast, technically it would be the fastest on a click speed test, it would have the best clicks per second unanimously.
When engaging in Minecraft PvP Combat, you will be wanting to swing your sword at least 10 CPS, this way you can increase your likelihood of hitting your enemy and launching them into a combo!
Clicking fast can be used for quickly placing blocks underneath you, in multiple techniques such as StanMPL bridging, Breezily bridge, god bridging, and a few more.
The advantages of this are pretty obvious and can be used in so many Minecraft game modes.
For instance, it can be used in sky wars, to quickly rush other islands or get to the center chests.
It can be used in hunger games as a stomper to quickly bridge over someone to stomp.
It can be used in bed wars to quickly get to the other team's bed. The opportunities are pretty endless here.
In build uhc and most game modes that involve blocks, you can click fast to quickly get walls up between you and an enemy.
To block yourself in, deflect arrows, trap an enemy, etc.
Fast click speeds are very useful in Minecraft and this test can help you practice them!
Also, if you're looking for other ways to improve Minecraft PvP, be sure to test Kohi Click, we've got some Minecraft PvP Tips to help you, and if you want you can try Click You can test your click speed for free by going to Speed Test.