Apple Shooter 3D

Apple Shooter 3D

Apple Shooter 3D is another Android game whose title says it all – this time you get to be an archer who shoots apples with arrows.

The story behind the game reminds us of the legend of the Swiss folk hero William Tell who shot an apple situated on the head of his son with a crossbow bolt in order to save him. This adds some flavor to the game, which is always nice. What’s even nicer is that the developers of the app have put some more effort into the game in order to make it 3D. The downside is that the graphics, although nice, are heavy on the hardware so do not expect great performance out of your Android device especially if it is not a powerful one. The gameplay itself is simple although it may not look like this at first – just move the bow with your finger and the game will pull the bow string for you. Then all you have to do is aim carefully and release the string. This is where the challenge lies – if you are not careful you will either lose an arrow or kill the guy that assists you with the apples.

There isn’t much else to say about Apple Shooter 3D. It is a nice and simple game for all users who want to kill some time while having some action. Apart from this Apple Shooter 3D does not bring anything new, which isn’t necessarily bad news.

Apple Shooter 3D is here on Google Play.

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