Mountain Sniper Shooting

Mountain Sniper Shooting

Sometimes you simply want to destroy something. Sometimes you simply want to shoot at something. Now you have the chance to do so with a new game for Android that is called Mountain Sniper Shooting.

As with most other Android apps, this one is also simple – you are an elite sniper that has to protect a certain location from the bad guys that try to get you. The goal of the game is simple – eliminate all enemies with your sniper rifle. This is not hard to do as you sit on top of a hill, while your enemies are somewhere down there. The gameplay is complemented by nice 3D graphics, a nice and lush green meadow where all the action takes place and nice sound. Just make sure not to get hit too many times as you will die and your enemies are not that stupid as you may think.

Unfortunately Mountain Sniper Shooting has a downside and this is the too sensitive crosshair that you will use. It is really hard to aim at an enemy and this is what spoils the entire game. What’s even worse is that you don’t seem to be able to adjust this setting. This means that you will likely have some hard time aiming at the bad guys down there.

If you are interested in this free game for Android then you can take a look at it on Google Play right here.

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