There are many game modes that available in the Garry’s Mod Workshop, but we think the most fun one is Prop Hunt. Essentially, Prop Hunt is hide and seek with a twist: the hiders are able to imitate inanimate objects to better blend in with their environment. By the way, what is the code for Prop Hunt Fortnite? You have to know that the Creative code for Prop Hunt island is 6069-9263-9110.
First, you are going to need to own Garry’s Mod and subscribe to the Prop Hunt Addon. To join a game, from the Garry’s Mod main menu, you are able to click on Join Multiplayer Game, then Prop Hunt, and then you are going to be given with the servers running that game mode. To create a game, you are able to change your game mode to Prop Hunt by clicking on Sandbox in the bottom right hand corner of the main menu. Then, you are able to Start New Game. You have to do it in that order. If you need help with playing games with your friends, you are able to check out our guide here.
HOW TO PROP
As a prop player, you are going to begin the round as Dr. Kleiner. You get your head start to go hide, while the hunters are blindfolded. You have to know that a prop is anything on the map which is not a part of the map. Aside from that, remember that all props let you copy them, it depends on the map. Once you find a prop that you want to become a copy of, you only need to press E. This picks up the prop if it is small enough, and makes you look like the prop. Apparently, setting the prop back down undisturbed is harder than it sounds. If you only want to pick up a prop without becoming a copy of it, so you are able to use Ctrl+E.
HOW TO HUNT
After the prop players have half a minute to hide themselves, next the blindfolds are removed from the hunters. Now, just look for disturbed props. But, you cannot pick up the players hiding as props, so picking up objects is one way to figure out which props are “uninhabited”. The Player props also cannot be knocked over or pushed around, although a clever player prop is going to move with you once you try to push them. If you play the same map a few times, you may start to learn the positions and numbers of the map’s props that will help you spot things that are out of place. An important thing to keep in mind is as a hunter, you cannot only attack props willy-nilly. You lose health every time you attack an uninhabited prop, so we suggest you to do that sparingly. On the other hand, if you shoot a prop and you do not lose any health, you know that either it is not a prop or that it is a player.