About Sniper Fury Game
French gaming megalodon Gameloft SE is behind a new high resolution action shooter known as Sniper Fury. Originally released on November 20th, 2015 this shooter deploys you in sniper positions as you try and eliminate terrorists, protect allies, rob enemy territories, and protect your own territory. There’s more to Sniper Fury than meets the eye. Gameloft is the same studio that brought us Modern Combat 5 and Blitz Brigade, these highly successful releases were a great way for Gameloft to enter the mobile fps market and their experience shows.
Sniper Fury has over 130 missions to complete, several gaming modes, and absolutely stunning graphics. Once you get past the very necessary tutorials, you’ll be able to play either Base Mode or Mission Mode. Sniper fury is free to download but it does offer in app purchases of game currency and of in game content. There are several in game currencies: dollars are the primary currency, gold is a bit rarer than cash, rubies are the premium currency, and energy units are the energy system. In the in app store you can purchase cash, gold, rubies, and energy. In app purchases range from $0.99 to $99.99 per item for 2017.
Sniper Fury has been wildly successful, even though it was only released 3 days ago it’s already been downloaded several million times on the Google Play Store and the iTunes App Store, and even more on the Windows Phone store in 2016. On the Google Play Store, it’s ranked a 4.3 out of 5, on the iTunes App Store it’s ranked 4.5 out of 5 stars, pretty good rating considering most of the time the initial release of these big budget games receives its lowest ratings due to bugs etc., this doesn’t seem to be the case with Sniper Fury.
If you’re playing on an Android device just remember that Sniper Fury does require at least Android version 4.0 or later. If you’re playing on an iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch make sure your device is running iOS 7.0 or later. For some reason this file is significantly larger on iOS than it is on Android, a whopping 561MB on iOS as opposed to 31MB on Android. Sniper Fury is rated as appropriate for people aged 17 or older due to the frequent and intense violent depicted.
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Sniper Fury Cheats & Tips
There are many different game modes in Sniper Fury , let’s start by explaining these.In My Base mode, a PvP environment where you have to secure the gold in your vault while simultaneously planning and executing attacks on other players’ vaults. There’s also a mission’s mode with missions ranging from assault raids, sniper missions, and contract kills. There are four locations for these missions, Shanghai, China, Murmansk, Russia, the jungles of Africa, and Dubai, UAE. Each location must be unlocked by completing the previous missions.
Gameplay will cost you energy points, you start off with 10 units of energy and each game session usually takes away about 2-4 energy units depending on what you’re doing. Energy is replenished over time at a rate of about 1 unit per 5 minutes so if you run out just wait about an hour before you play again. Of course you can always purchase more energy by paying real money or spending some of the premium in app currencies known as rubies or gold. To make the most of the energy limitation I usually just play several missions in a row until I’m all out, then I just wait until the next moment I have some free time and I do the same. This way, I make the most of my free time by playing missions, and I all of the time I’m not playing I’m gaining energy.
The combat screen has your weapon in the middle, on the right side you have the zoom bar which allows you to zoom in and out by sliding up and down the bar, there’s also a fire button on the lower right hand side. Depending on which weapon you have, be it assault rifle or sniper rifle, and the nature of the mission, there may be an option for thermal heat sensing goggles, night vision goggles, infrared filter and so on.
Regardless of which weapon you have or what mission you’re in there’s one thing that always holds true, it always feels like you’re short on ammo and your reload time is way too slow when you’re in combat. To remedy this only take shots that you know you will make, this is especially important when shooting with a sniper rifle. The sniper rifle has to be reloaded after each shot, a lengthy process that involves cocking the gun back, opening the chamber, getting rid of the old case, and putting in the new one. If you shoot with the sniper and miss, you could become a lifeless corpse before you even have time to reload. With the automatic rifles and machine guns your shooting can be a bit more liberal, but don’t take this as an excuse to be reckless, yes you can shoot more an at a quicker pace before reloading, but why waste precious ammo that’s going to cost you money?
Your enemies aren’t the hardest targets and the game does cut you some slack in terms of how many bullets you can take before dying, but this really only applies to the earlier missions, as the missions get harder and harder your enemies will get much better at shooting and you will get much worse at staying alive after 6 bullets have hit you square in the chest. Gameloft did a great job at simulating the mechanics of the sniper rifle, it evens sways back and forth slightly to account for your breathing. There are also some challenging environmental factors like rain, snow, fog, wind, etc. that keep you on your toes.
Before each mission you’re going to be briefed on your targets and your overall objectives, although it’s tempting to just skip the briefing so you can go ahead and start, it’s very important to read the briefing because otherwise you wouldn’t know who to shoot since occasionally the terrorists are dressed as civilians. I couldn’t tell you how many times I let my impatience get the best of me and it wasn’t until I got into the mission when I realized there were twenty people in the room and only one target, needless to say the odds were against me and several civilians had to take one for the team while I tried to figure out which one of them was the bad guy.
You unlock weapons as you progress and earn more money, and each weapon can be upgraded to make it better. If you’re running a little low on cash just go rob someone’s vault and get some money. Each player gets their own vault to store gold. You have to develop and upgrade your vault constantly to make sure no one robs you blind. Guarding your vault are several guys known as your “allies”, these guys start off as modest rookies with guns, however, you can train them by paying them gold until they eventually become good enough to actually fend off an attack or two. Gold is a premium currency so effective vault jacking is a great way to earn some extra dough.
Sniper Fury Review
All in all, Sniper Fury is a visually remarkable mobile game that is leagues ahead of most other shooters. Over 130 missions kept the gameplay fresh and the experience never felt stale. And did I say the graphics were amazing, these were console level graphics which looked great on my iPhone 6s and even better on my iPad.
The only thing that could have been improved is the soundtrack, some sweet action music playing in the background of the lobby would’ve been nice, also the gameplay was fairly quiet with the exception of the guns going off and the occasional moan as a bullet flew through some guys’ chest. Online multiplayer mode would’ve been fun but considering this file is already nearing half a gig I don’t want to push it. The vault heist mode was fairly unique for a shooting game but otherwise your classic sniping game.