Shooting Expert 2

Shooting Expert 2

It is somewhat difficult to find games that take you to a shooting range on Google Play but Shooting Expert 2 does exactly that. The goal of the game is to see how good you are at shooting, and, of course, challenge you to improve.

The idea behind the game is nice but the realization can be improved. The game features really simple graphics that look outdated and taken as if from a PC made in the 1990s. The same goes for the interface – it does not look sophisticated and nice. There are three game modes to choose from – the first one is Classic where you have to hit as many targets within a minute as possible, Multiplayer that allows you to play with friends and then Continual where the only limit is time. In the Classic mode we had to shoot at bottles and this was the moment when we discovered how to control the game – you can aim by tilting your device up and down, left and right. This is what makes the game difficult and challenging. While some people may like this feature, we didn’t as we felt the game was too difficult to play. The good news is that the number of bullets you have is unlimited, which is nice and something you will really need.

Shooting Expert 2 is an app that does not pretend to be among the best ones on Google Play or even in its category. It is best used when you have to kill some time, given you have strong nerves. Apart from this you may be disappointed by the difficult gameplay.

You can take a look at Shooting Expert 2 here on Google Play.

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