Contract Killer: Sniper

Contract Killer: Sniper

No matter what you do in life, sometimes you want to feel like a super hero. Fortunately nowadays it is easy to achieve this – just download an action game and then punish the bad guys. This is what Contract Killer: Sniper is all about – you have to administer justice when other means can’t.

The game offers all features that you would expect from an action game – vibrant and beautiful 3D graphics, excellent sound and numerous options to choose from. Everything has been made to look and feel like a James Bond movie – you are a former special operations operative who now works for the off-record “Agency” and your only goal is to stop the bad guys from achieving what they want. You can choose weapons and then you are in the game. Once you finish a mission successfully you get experience and money that you can then use to upgrade your guns or get new ones. There’s no need to say that every new mission gets tougher than the previous one. Despite the action profile of the game, Contract Killer: Sniper provides you with a simple interface to use, which makes the game play easy. After all, this is what’s needed to enjoy the game and the action, packed inside, to the fullest.

The rich, beautiful and live world inside has a price, though – the game is large so you need a stable connection to the Internet to download and then play the game. In addition to this the 3D world inside requires CPU and GPU power and hence Contract Killer: Sniper asks for powerful hardware. Make sure you have it, or you may not be able to enjoy the game. Even then the load times are long but once you get inside the app, everything seems to load quickly.

Contract Killer: Sniper is an excellent action-oriented 3D game that will keep you in front of your Android device for a long time. We can’t say anything bad about it and given you have the hardware required then go for it!

Contract Killer: Sniper is here on Google Play.

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