Sniper Fury from Gameloft is not the first stationary mobile shooter, but it has features that raise it above the level of the other games in the genre. The gameplay is easy to get into as your character is pre-positioned, from where you take out targets. It’s not as frenetic as other action games, but it does require timing and strategy.

The game employs a decent physics engine, and your final shot per mission is shown in bullet time, a nice feature. Plus, there’s something very satisfying about watching target drop down.

Just like with sniper games, Sniper Fury starts out with a simple mission, more like a tutorial than anything else. However as the game progresses the missions become more complex. The more missions you complete, the more currency you earn to upgrade your weapon.

It might take some time to get the currency you need to upgrade, but there are lots of side missions available that will let you do this. Keep in mind though that there’s an energy system, and you also have to locate some items in these side missions.

The early targets are easy to hit, which is nice as it’ll help you get into the game. Another nice thing about Sniper Fury is the varied scenarios, ranging from construction sites to airports. The further you go in the game, the more intricate the levels and the targets.

If you have never played a sniper game before, this is a good one to start with. If you have played other sniper titles, check this out anyway and you’ll notice the difference.

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