Shark Hunting

Shark Hunting

Shark Hunting is a game that will make all hunters tremble – what will this game bring?

The app will definitely be liked by the hunter in you, and especially if you are a hunter in real life. Then the game comes with something unique – we bet you haven’t hunted sharks before with a rifle, right? This is what you will do here – shoot sharks with a hunting rifle. This is where the similarities with other hunting games start to appear. The only thing that is different is that this time you are underwater. You have the right to miss three times before the game ends and all you have to do is aim and shoot the sharks that are swimming around you. Every once in a while there will be a black shark too – they are the most dangerous and they simply want to kill you so make sure you kill them before they do. This is actually the second way in which the game may end. Each killed shark gives you five points and you should try to make as many points as possible. This is it. A nice touch is that Shark Hunting comes with excellent 3D visuals but the sound effects are simple.

All in all Shark Hunting is a nice hunting app, although there are many similarities to other such games. The main difference is that you are underwater and this change is nice. So the fun here is guaranteed!

Shark Hunting is here on Google Play.

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