Archery Tournament

Archery Tournament

Archery Tournament is a fun game for all sports fans. The game allows you to test your archery skills and see if you are any good.

The gameplay is simple – you have a bow and several arrows that you must shoot at a target. The goal in each level is to score as high as possible but this is not that easy – first you must aim very carefully and only then must you shoot. In addition to this the trajectory of the arrow is affected by wind, for instance, so you have to take this into account as well. Moreover, you have limited time to aim and shoot so this adds even more competitive elements to the game.

Archery Tournament comes with simple 3D visuals but they are more than enough to enjoy this game to the fullest. The sound effects in the game are also simple and short but this is okay since you need to concentrate before you shoot. The game has everything it needs in the sound and graphics departments and this is all that matters.

Archery Tournament is definitely a fun game. Despite its simple gameplay the game has the potential to keep you occupied for a long time because of the competitive element inside. So if you want to have fun, pick this game and you will have it guaranteed!

Archery Tournament is here on Google Play.

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