Dead Target

Dead Target

When you look at Dead Target you will instantly know that this is a game for grown up children. In fact the PEGI rating is 16 years old and there’s a reason why.

Dead Target will transport you to the future where an evil corporation has transformed multiple prisoners into mindless zombies that spread a zombie virus and turn everyone infected into a terrible monster. You have to deal with them and there’s only one way to do this – shoot them. You have a gun that you have to aim and then shoot at the zombies. Dead Target makes it a bit harder since in the middle of the battle you may find yourself buying ammo and then you have to reload your gun. This takes time so be careful when you aim and shoot! Unfortunately despite the fact that Dead Target is a 3D game you cannot move but nevertheless the gameplay is fun, especially if you are into shooters. The app also comes with nice sound effects. When you kill all the zombies, you can upgrade your weapons and then you can start a new level. All this is very familiar, right?

Dead Target is a game for shooter fans and this is for sure. The app comes with nice visuals, addictive gameplay and tons of fun. Yes, it may not appeal to strategy fans or people who do not like violence but as a shooter it is worth a look, although this game does not bring many new features to the genre.

Dead Target is here on Google Play.

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