Archery Ace

Archery Ace

Archery Ace will have you test your archery skills… if you have any in the first place.

The app is a very simple one – it weighs just 9 MB and as you can see there’s simply not enough content in this piece of ones and zeroes. The goal is to make as many points as possible with the several arrows that you have. So you have to adjust the arrow angle and shoot at the right moment. This is it. In addition the in-game camera is right above you, which simplifies the visuals that you get. Like we said this is a simple app.

Unfortunately Archery Ace does come with a few problems. First, we never found out how to adjust the angle of the arrow, which made our arrows fly low and then sometimes an arrow must hit the target because there’s a contact point but somehow the arrow goes through the target and you get no points. But if you can live with this Archery Ace will bring you fun.

Archery Ace is a game that needs some more work but it nevertheless has some nice features that if they grab you, will keep you occupied for quite some time. So go ahead and test your archery skills now.

Archery Ace is here on Google Play.

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