Sniper Fury

Sniper Fury

Sniper Fury is not a game that will keep you guessing what it is all about – everything is written in title of the app. This game is designed for grown-ups since it features intense action, multiple killings and blood so this is where the PEGI 16 rating comes from. In a few words, this game is not for children.

As always Sniper Fury is a free Android game so you won’t need money to play it although some of the in-game items can be purchased for real cash, which is the case with many other such apps. The story is simple – a secret organization, likely run by the government, needs snipers who have to take down bad guys from around the world. After a brief tutorial that shows you how to play the game, you are on your own. There are four game modes to play inside Sniper Fury – the first one is Sniper, where you have to kill bad guys with one precise shot. The other is Assault, where you have to attack the bad guys with an assault rifle, since there’s no other way you can solve the situation you are in. The third one is Story, where the main story of the game is located and finally you have Contracts – a mode that does not need an explanation. In most cases, however, the missions inside the game are very short – you will find yourself right at the spot, shoot a guy and then find yourself back to the in-game menu. So missions are short and this is sort of a downside. In the meantime, however, you can upgrade your weapons with new parts such as scanners, larger ammo magazines, better optics and more. In addition Sniper Fury will immerse you in a fast paced military atmosphere so you won’t have a minute to think. Maybe this is the way the game compensates for the short missions.

Sniper Fury also excels in the sound and graphics department – the sound inside the game is great. It is very intense, military-like and fills you with action as if you are actually on the battlefield. The graphics are also very nice and as expected here you will enjoy 3D graphics from the start with the exception of the main menu. Unfortunately nothing comes for free – the game says it needs 31 MB of space but after you download these files from Google Play you will discover the app needs to download 300 MB more from the Internet so you will have to spend some more time waiting. Once this is done, however, you are good to go.

All in all Sniper Fury is a great game and if you want to play an intense action game, then this one is for you. We cannot really find any downsides to this app except that the missions are kind of short and that you have to wait for all the information to download but apart from this Sniper Fury shines. So if action is your other name head right here on Google Play and enjoy Sniper Fury – it won’t cost you a penny!

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