Kill Shot

Kill Shot

Well, do we need to say much more than “just look at the name of the game and you will see what it is about”? We think no, but in any case we will say a few words.

Kill Shot is exactly what the title suggests – a simple 3D shooter for Android where you have to eliminate enemies with a carefully placed bullet. The game brings a number of regions to choose from, which is nice, and then various weapons to use and upgrade when the time comes. In addition to that there are numerous missions in each region so we think that Kill Shot will nicely surprise you with its long gameplay. Here’s what the game offers – a simple briefing will tell you what you have to do (kill people to put it bluntly) and off you go. Just use your weapon and kill the bad guys when you see them – it’s that simple but make sure to aim carefully at first. When done you get money that you can later spend to upgrade your weapons.

The game is all in 3D but the problem with it is that you cannot move from the position you are in except for some distance to the left and right so this is not your classic 3D shooter. We have not seen any problems with the game so we think it is bug free. In addition to that Kill Shot is free, just so you know, so given you are in shooting games you will have fun with this one.

Kill Shot resides here on Google Play.

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