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Sniper Fury Review
Last Updated: 2020-02-07 21:58:53
Gameloft is one of the more well known mobile developers, but they've recently began porting their games over to the PC. How well do their games hold up? Well, let's take a look at Sniper Fury and see if we can find an answer. How does a Gameloft game hold up to other games?
Do note that you need Steam to play Sniper Fury. Simply install it and click on this link to install it.
Right off the bat, there are a number of concerning things. The game repeatedly tells you to "tap the screen" to progress, telling you that they've ported it over with the absolute bare minimum changes. While the game does look nicer than on mobile, all they've done is really upscale the resolution a bit. The textures are still very much from a mobile game.
On top of that, there are a number of indicators that it truly was a mobile game. There's an energy bar. You can't move around at all during the missions. And it's extremely casual. That's honestly the best part about this game - it's casual. You can simply pick it up and play it when you get bored for a few minutes every day. However, don't expect it to keep your attention for long periods of time.
Sniper Fury is a mobile game through and through, and it shows in almost every single frame. While the gameplay can be engaging for short periods of time, its energy system and repetitive gameplay makes sure you can't be engaged for very long.
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