Aim through your sniper scope and make your best shot!

▲ Hold and drag your sniper scope to aim, release to shoot
▲ When aiming at moving target, time your shot for the best outcome
▲ Shoot buildings and explosives for an awesome multi-kill!
▲ Upgrade weapon damage regularly for easier instant kill

Game features:
▲ Simple shooting with a puzzle twist
▲ Use your bazooka for an explosive sensation
▲ Low on coin? Bonus stages will fix you up
▲ Collect all 5 sniper rifles and adventure in different maps
▲ Infinite ammo, so don’t be afraid if you missed your target
▲ Slow motion - follow your bullet’s trajectory and see how it penetrates your last enemy

Stay frosty! Enemies are far away, but you are locked and loaded for some guns-blazing action. Leverage your wits and expertise in sniping to bring them down.
Take advantage of the environment, one shot is often all you needed to win!

What’s New

Version 1.1.8

1. Added some newly designed Boss levels.
2. Different enemies in different levels.
3. Weapon damage has an intuitive display, unlock new weapons to face challenges.

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
114.1K Ratings

114.1K Ratings

dallasman369 ,

A good game, ads a small nuisance but overall enjoyable.

Having read other reviews complaining of ads making the game “unplayable” (a gross exaggeration in my opinion) but wanting to play anyway, I decided to conduct a quick study of frequency and variety of ads by playing until I unlocked the first available weapon upgrade.
The game itself is well executed, unique and creative level design with incremental introduction to mechanics. Playing through 8 levels of 3 stages each, I encountered 14 advertisements and placed them into two categories, “voluntary” and “invasive.” “Voluntary” being the game gives you some reward for choosing to watch and ad, but declining the reward forces an ad anyway. And “invasive” meaning an ad appearing for no apparent reason, what I’m assuming is triggered after a certain number of actions by the player.
Of the 14 ads I saw, 4 were invasive and 10 were voluntary, offering a bonus multiplier at the end of every level. The only truly optional ad was one offered to unlock the next weapon, which I declined to confirm that it was indeed optional.
On the variety of ads encountered, the ads were for 5 different games, and I saw 2-3 variations for each game.
I wasn’t much bothered by the ads though they were a touch too frequent. Ignoring that, a fun game that I enjoyed playing.

Worm8u ,

Same old, same old.

I like this game only because it is one of the only sniper games if not THE only sniper game I am allowed to play. I got to around level 40 and the guns stopped 1 shotting with a headshot. Then it got boring. I only now play it when I have literally nothing else to do. I play not nearly as much as other games I have and it was the 5th game that I got on my phone. It is also laggy too. I am not complaining that it is lagging because I have an iPhone 5 and it has been used but it just makes it hard to play. And once again I am not blaming the creators for the lag. It just adds to the fact that eventually it got boring, which I should have seen coming. After all it is a game that originally I wouldn't have been allowed to play because it had "bad ads". I haven't seen one though. Anyway this is my first review and I just wanted to Erie one so yay. 4/10 would play again.

Developer Response ,

Thanks for your feedback, we will continue to optimize our game and hope you enjoy it.

Jthacool ,

Don’t spend money on this game, don’t download it

I know what you’re thinking, “wow that’s quite a bold command, what’s so bad about this game?” Well i’ll tell you, the game itself is very accessible and not all that challenging, which i suppose can be a good thing. But because of this the average person will fly through levels pretty quickly, or at least attempt to but your efforts to play at your own pace are futile, because of the infestation of ads, and i’m not just talking about a couple of 3 second ones that pop up every 10 or so levels.

These are 15 second ads with a timer that when it counts down to zero and you’d think an x would appear to click out of it, but no, it just fades into another 30 second unskippable ad immediately after. I discovered this problem pretty swiftly so i decided to go ahead and cough over $2.99 for the ad free version. BUT OF COURSE, THERE ARE STILL ADS EVEN AFTER PURCHASING THE AD FREE VERSION. I recommend any and everyone to steer clear of this game because that would give the developers money, which they clearly care much more about than actually making a decent product of a game. Even if you don’t purchase the “ad free” version they’re still making a quick buck off of you with the countless overbearing and somewhat questionable ads.

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