Dino Hunter: Deadly Shores

Dino Hunter: Deadly Shores

Dino Hunter: Deadly Shores is a free Android game that you can find on Google Play. As the name of the game suggests you will have to hunt dinosaurs and to make it out alive!

This app is not a bad one – it comes with nice 3D graphics, excellent gameplay and tons of in-game features and options to choose from and use to develop your character but we must mention the drawbacks the game comes with. First, it is relatively large and you may have to wait a little for the app to get downloaded but this also depends on the speed of your Internet connection. Second, once run, the game checks for updates and if any are found it will automatically download and install them, which means you are likely to wait even more. Third, it will ask you to use your Google+ account to play but fortunately you can decline this offer. And fourth – it is heavy on the hardware so you are likely to experience slow gameplay especially if your Android device is not among the most powerful ones.

Apart from these issues Dino Hunter: Deadly Shores offers addictive and nice gameplay. The game gives you objectives to achieve and they always include shooting a different type of dinosaur every time. You have a sniper rifle and as in any hunting game you will have to aim and then shoot. If you are not successful the first time you will have to defend yourself against the angry and wounded dinosaur. If successful (and alive for that matter) you can go to a weapons shop and upgrade your weapon. Unfortunately there’s an issue here too – there are in-game ads that are annoying and waste time but we suppose this is the price to pay for Dino Hunter: Deadly Shores being free.

All in all Dino Hunter: Deadly Shores is a fun app – given you have a powerful Android device. If this is not the case you can still try the game but do not expect miracles.

You can take a look at the game here.

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