Bird Hunting

Bird Hunting

Google Play is known for providing its users with all kinds of games and Bird Hunting is one of them. As the name of the app suggests here you will be hunting birds.

Quite naturally this app will suit those of you who like to hunt wild animals. The good news here is that with Bird Hunting you will not hurt live animals, which means that this game may be enjoyed even by people who want to protect nature. The actual gameplay is simple – you are given a rifle and you have to shoot at birds that are passing by. All this action takes place in a beautiful and colorful 3D world so your eyes will surely appreciate what they see. So you have to aim and then shoot at a bird but fortunately you can zoom at the target and this will make things a lot easier for you. The thing is that you must not miss because when you miss three times the game ends. Each shot bird gives you one point and this is the ultimate goal in this game – score as high as you can before the game ends.

All in all Bird Hunting is definitely a fun game. There’s the action element of whether you will hit or miss and in addition all this takes place in a beautiful virtual world. Hunters who do not feel like going out will surely enjoy this game, which is also true for people who simply want to have some action in their lives.

Bird Hunting is here on Google Play. Enjoy!

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