If you like guns, and arcade-style shooters, then Overkill 2, a free game for Craneballs, may be the game for you, because only in Canada launched yesterday in the App Store. This is the sequel to the original hit Overkill, which attracted over 12 million players.
It would not be practical to create a light gun for smartphones and tablets, so Craneballs Studios reinvented arcade shooting experience for iOS devices with Overkill 2. Like its predecessor, this game free to play iPhone and iPad users challenges to survive waves of soldiers of increasing difficulty. Its biggest selling point is the 31 highly detailed guns, sniper rifles and machine guns, which all players can see / manipulate 3D enhancements and buying. That said, both the gun and game enthusiasts should give serious consideration this title.
Overkill 2 is a relatively simple game, but not easy. It is an ideal game to play when you have a few spare minutes, but you have to give all your attention and will not survive for long. While the game is fun and can even be quite addictive, the goal seems to be that of arms.
The objectives include a variety of soldiers that slide into view. When a bad guy stops moving, a timer appears in front of your body, letting you know how long it will be until it comes. The bad guys come in waves of increasing difficulty, and need a quick finger and a little patience to align the criminals and head and body shots score.
Their mission, of course, is to kill as many of these goons as possible using a variety of weapons, all of which have unique sound and a lot of improvements, such as stocks, sights the laser spot, magazines extended, silencers and grenade launchers above, depending on the model. Nothing special about the game itself. Simply point the gun (two view options to guide for sights or targeting reticle) in the bad guy you want dead and quickly press the shutter button. Enemies come in waves, so you need to stay alive, while scoring the head, blowing up grenades and blasting air special power-up boxes that only stay for a few seconds. Hit them, and you can earn bonus health, recharge faster, more accurate, armor and air attack valuable clears the screen. [Best First Person Shooter iOS Games]
The longer you survive, the more money and XP you earn. The first allows you to buy more ammo and weapons, of which there are 12. That said, the gun nuts will love the selection, a list that includes the AK-47, M4, HK 417, MG4 and SCAR. Even better, the game has a wide variety of fields, actions, expansion cartridges, barrels and other enhancements that allow you to customize the weapon of choice.
Each gun has been incredibly detailed by the developers. Updates enhance the impact of the gun. Note that each of these updates has its own strengths and weaknesses. As to unlock the good stuff is concerned, you can do that by gunning down bad guys and completing levels that add to the experience and the money needed to unlock new weapons, levels or more gears.
You spend this money on adding bits to your gun – the barrel here, a magazine there largest – to increase the damage you do. You are trapped in a small brush gun to begin with, and you have to grind for a long time if you do not want to spend anything on IAP to increase their coffers. The extent to which two loves Overkill firearms is encapsulated by the display function screen update. Pose your new weapon in a sexy angle, press a few buttons, and you hold a picture to show your friends and co-sociopaths.
To begin with, you have a comparatively weak weapon. As you progress, you earn virtual money that can be spent on more powerful guns and accessories. This keeps you motivated to continue playing as you’ll want to find out just how much damage a better gun can cause. You can speed things up by buying more virtual money with in-app purchases.