I was thinking about this lately, and I had no choice but to arrive at the conclusion that it is impossible to kill a monster in this game.

Why?

Think of it this way:

Imagine a bullet fired from point 0 (above) towards 1 (the monster).

Before it can reach 1, it must reach a point that is half way in between 0 and 1, which is 0.5.

However, once 0.5 is reached, it must travel to a place between 0.5 and 1, which is 0.75.

Then, once 0.75 is reached, it must travel to a place between 0.75 and 1, which is 0.875 and so on.

The problem being, it will take an infinite number of divisions between 0 and 1 if this reasoning continues, which makes it impossible for a bullet to reach 1 in the first place!

(Reason: the bullet will always need to travel between a 0.99999999999â€¦ and 1, and as we know, 0.999999999â€¦ is not 1)

This means that no bullet can ever travel from a pistolâ€™s barrel to a monster to injure it, which makes them impossible to kill.

Suggested balance mechanism:

Reduce the distance between monsters and gunshots to 0.5 the normal amount, so that monsters can be killed, since it has been shown above that 0.5 can be reached as the midpoint between 0 and 1.