Range Shooter

Range Shooter

Range Shooter is a game for all fans of the action games you can find on Google Play. The game offers quick and dynamic gameplay and hours of fun.

The app is simple in its core – you have to test your shooting skills at a shooting range. To do this the game offers several game modes with each one of them having different gameplay. Each mode is pretty much self-explanatory – there’s Survival, Save The Hostages, Time Attack and more. You will either have to last as long as possible, shoot as many targets as you can and more. A bit later you can upgrade your weapons or get new ones that will ease your task a lot. In addition the game features nice 3D graphics but the catch is that you cannot move –instead you are stuck to the ground and all you can do is look around and of course shoot targets. The sound inside the game is also nice.

Range Shooter is a nice game that will appeal to action fans. The game, honestly, is nothing we haven’t seen before but it still has fun to bring so we are sure that some people will enjoy it. Really, there are no weak spots in Range Shooter, except that the gameplay is something we have experienced and will experience in the future.

Range Shooter is here on Google Play.

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