Wild Tiger Simulator 3D

Wild Tiger Simulator 3D

Wild Tiger Simulator 3D is one of these Android apps that offer something new and exciting. Really, how often have you felt like a wild animal that has to hunt in order to survive?

Wild Tiger Simulator 3D will offer just that and then more. We’ll start with the basics – the application is not a large one and at less than 40 MB it should be on your Android device in a matter of minutes. Then a short installation period follows and you are good to go. The main menu of the app is a simple one so you will be playing in seconds. What’s the main goal of the game – to score points and to some extent to survive in the wild. This is how this happens – you start as a nice and healthy tiger but your health goes down all the time. The solution is to hunt – every killed animal brings you points but it does not increase your health – instead it gives you points to spend while you are dead. Yes, this is what happens every time you play and there’s nothing you can do – you either get killed by a large animal like an elephant or you slowly die from hunger and exhaustion while killing game and collecting points. This is a rather strange decision on the side of the developers but it is here. Apparently the goal of the game is to upgrade your tiger while dead and you can do this in three major ways – spend points to get more health, speed or attack and ultimately become the greatest predator that has existed.

We’ll say a few more words on the game here – Wild Tiger Simulator 3D is all in 3D as the name of the game says and the graphics are beautiful. In addition controlling the tiger is easy – you have a joystick-like button on the display and then an animal radar system to know where you can find game. As you can see it does not take a university degree to find game or to play this app.

All in all Wild Tiger Simulator 3D is a nice game that will keep you occupied. It does not have weak spots and it is a good app to play in your free time.

Wild Tiger Simulator 3D is here on Google Play.

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