Sniper: Traffic Hunter

Sniper: Traffic Hunter

Sniper: Traffic Hunter is a sniper game, as you can see, that you can download absolutely for free on Google Play. This time, however, you will not be shooting people – instead you will be shooting various vehicles as the name of the game suggests.

Once you run and install this game you will find yourself sitting on top of a hill that overlooks a highway. You have one minute of gameplay only and once it expires you are done. Fortunately you seem to have an unlimited number of bullets so shoot as many times as you want. The thing is the game tries to be as realistic as possible (as it should) so some of the one minute time will be spent reloading. This means you have to be as precise when shooting as possible because reloading takes time and you, as a human sniper, tend to move the rifle around a bit so zooming and sniping will require some effort on your side. Once you hit a car it explodes and you get points; once the one minute time interval expires you also get diamonds. Use the money and the diamonds to buy upgrades to your rifle but more significant upgrades require real money.

Sniper: Traffic Hunter does not feature great 3D graphics but what you get will do, in addition the sound is also nice and close to the goal of the game. Apart from this the app offers simple options and menus but you cannot expect much more from a game that is around 24 MB in size. Unfortunately there are ads pretty much everywhere inside the game and this is something that we did not like much. Moreover, the game seems to be unbalanced somewhat – the simplest upgrade costs 250 golden coins while each one-minute game will bring you around 7-8 gold coins on average unless you are a really good sniper. This means you face some long time playing before you get your first upgrade but there’s nothing you can do. All in all Sniper: Traffic Hunter will help you kill some time but that’s about it.

Sniper: Traffic Hunter resides here on Google Play.

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