Cheats & Tips for Kill Shot Bravo
- Probably the best thing you can do is to scout the surroundings first. If you are not pressed by time, make sure you tag all the enemies before you start eliminate them. This way, it will be easier not to miss any.
- You always get more money if you manage to do a headshot. It will be harder but the reward will be worth it. This doesn’t apply for enemies who have head-protection.
- If you damage your enemy’s limbs, he will not die instantly. Make sure you are ready to shot immediately if you miss the first time or he may alert others.
- If you want to kill multiple enemies with one shot, you just need to spot an explosive barrel and shoot it. That should do the trick.
- Try to constantly upgrade your grip. The missions might not require it but trust me and do this – you will thank me later.
- Keep an eye on the Spotting-Meter from your top of the screen. When it’s red, the enemies are fully aware of your presence and they will try to spot you. If they fail, they will flee and your mission will be failed.
- Even though the enemies will try to kill you, you should be more worried about fleeing than being killed. I don’t think that you can be killed, as a matter of fact.
- When you need that extra flow of cash, make sure you check the Assault missions. They are pretty easy to complete and you can do them for as long as you wish.
- Don’t forget to claim your achievement prizes and your daily rewards. If you don’t claim them, they will stay in your inbox indefinitely.
Kill Shot Bravo Review
One of the greatest things that happened thanks to the hardware innovations and indirectly to the new era of 2016 smartphones is the fact that mobile gaming became more and more challenging. You can now play games which ten years ago were not compatible with your PC and that’s amazing. Kill Shot Bravo is one of them and even though it has some flaws is still a solid title.
Definitely one of the most awesome features I had the pleasure to encounter in Kill Shot Bravo is the variety of missions. Besides the usual ‘snipe and kill’ objectives, you will have several other types such as Black Ops missions, Shotgun missions or even missions where you must protect or move an asset. Because of all this, the game will not feel very repetitive and the users will stay with it for a longer time.
In addition to this, I must say that the campaign is pretty interesting – I like in particular the fact that what you do in a mission is followed-up in the next. You don’t just kill random targets and then move to the zones. Also, because they were mentioned, I must say that I enjoy that the campaign happens in 5 different zones and that the difficulty increases considerably each time you change a zone.
Another great thing about Kill Shot Bravo is the amount of weapons and equipment you can get and the fact that you can constantly upgrade them. While this is an implementation created to make sure that you don’t save too much Bucks, I still think is great that you are able to upgrade a weapon rather than always buy new ones.
In the following lines, I will explain, like usual, what I would change if given the possibility in Kill Shot Bravo or what I simply don’t like. First of all, I don’t like the balancing of free stuff compared with the premium stuff. Even though at first, you can’t clearly see this, after a while you will realize that all the weapons and the gear you can get with the premium currency are far more better than the ones you can acquire using Bucks earned in game.
Kill Shot Bravo may be considered a free to play game but it is kind of a pay to win title and that will always be disappointing. Secondly, I am not sure about the utility of the Medals. On one hand, using a currency based on the number of friends you have is pretty neat because it makes the player more sociable (even if he likes it or not). On the other hand, I believe that having such a feature can backfire and the apparition of fake accounts and spamming on Facebook and other social websites is imminent.
Lastly but not least, I must say that I am a bit upset about the lack of a mandatory feature in my opinion in an action game – the steady/hold breath button. You can buy the ‘feature’ but I honestly believe this isn’t fair. Anyone can hold their breath for a few seconds, no need to make it a power-up.
Overall, Kill Shot Bravo is a game I would probably recommend. It is definitely not the best action title out there but I kind of like it. Probably because of the missions which are usually different (rarely I had 2 same consecutive missions). You should give it a shot, it’s free.
Artwork: Kill Shot Bravo gets a rating of 7 out of 10 for its artwork. The theme of the game is the war and everything is oriented around it. The character design is dull and the enemies are all basically look the same. The environment is pretty interesting though because you can interact with it and it will be a burden not to hit trees or something like that. Even though the game uses a rather new graphic engine, a lot of textures are looking bad and old and I don’t really understand why. The animations effects are cool but the dramatism from the “last kill” where the camera follows the bullet is way too much.
Music & SFX: I give the game a rating of 7 out of 10 for its music and sound effects. Kill Shot Bravo is an action title so it doesn’t entirely focus on the music but that is still considered an important part. The game has a decent soundtrack which unfortunately lacks variety. The songs are creating a pretty nice atmosphere with the aid from the artwork, of course. The problem here lies in the SFX department because those sound effects are really boring and also not various. I expected much more because you get bored fast of repetitive sound effects especially in a game like Kill Shot Bravo.
Story/Originality: The game gets a rating of 7 out of 10 at this section. Kill Shot Bravo is a simple action game that doesn’t have to rely on complicated stories or plot twists. The campaign is interesting enough for a quick read from the player while the missions are loading but nothing more. However, I think that’s enough. In terms of originality, I must say that the game is pretty similar with other action titles. Fortunately, there are a lot of original elements (the medals currency for example) so taken as a whole the game feel authentic.
General Gameplay: Kill Shot Bravo gets a rating of 8 out of 10 for its gameplay. Because the game is an action title there aren’t many hidden complicated mechanics so even a casual user should be able to play it without having too much problems. The tutorial is pretty thorough at first and you will get helpful hints during first time missions as well. The controls are a bit misplaced and the settings are too but there isn’t anything too annoying. For the time I’ve played I haven’t encountered any major bugs or crashes but the game got frozen once or twice.
Addictiveness: I give Kill Shot Bravo a rating of 8 out of 10 for its addictiveness. The game is meant to be addictive but not for a long time. The fact that there are several modes besides the campaign one is the perfect example – when you are tired of shooting bad guys in a constructed play, you can shoot bad guys in a random play. There is a multiplayer implementation as well and the game is social-oriented meaning that you will most likely make some friend while playing it. As a bonus, your character levels up, there are a lot of weapons and equipment items and you have a daily reward bonus.
Overall, Kill Shot Bravo gets a rating of 7.4 out of 10. The game is above average and the rating reflects exactly that. There are still some improvements needed to be done but as I mentioned earlier, it shows potential.