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So basically I’m so bored sometimes and I have nothing to do on my phone but video chat with my cousin which is so boring. What entertains me is gentle sniper. I really recommend this app and I see a lot of negative reviews. You guys need to stop with these negative reviews. You are costing these people’s job that took a lot of work. One review I read was that I hate this game because it is hard. So what like you don’t need to be spreading negativity on the internet. You everybody in the world is perfect. This game isn’t even perfect either. You come across something you like, you can’t for example walk up to the owner and say, SHUT DOWN YOUR COMPANY, ITS F——-ING LAME! You think they will shut It down. No. Because it is your opinion not yours and people can do whatever they want with there ads. Your just wasting your battery on your phone by writing negative thoughts. I’m wasting my battery sending positive memos. Think before you act. Thank you for reading my review and maybe see you in another review. Bye.
This game is fun, and I'm definitely gonna buy the no ads but I think its a bit expensive at $4 just to play the game with no ads, but at least it gives you the guns that you need to watch ads for, and you get to play it without waiting for bullets which is also a negative but I understand they need to make money... also I don't know if it was intentional or not but after you tap the line it keeps going, so it's always a bit off, for example i'll tap the line in the middle while it's moving to the left and the line will be very far to the left, it does add bit of a difficult but fun twist though, other than that, very fun game and I would like to see maybe some explosives, the cardboard cut out that bobs up and down, maybe make 2 bob and 2 move left to right (as it's own practice game mode), maybe stuffed animals that leak stuffing instead of putting a bow on it? Also maybe a battle mode where you fight with a bot (maybe a person in the future) and have a sniper battle and whoever lands a shot first wins? also because of all the balloon animals it would be nice if they popped and maybe there wasn't a huge metal splitting open, shot confirmation that would be nice to (on the ballon at-least, but pretty much everything is metal apparently)
I started playing this game about 2 weeks ago and I loved it. It was calming, nothing was rushed, and you could figure out how to get a good score easy enough. Then the updates came. I logged in one day to find that when you missed a shot it now told you that you failed and it took longer to restart the shot. This was a bit annoying, but I could live with it. Then the real problem came. The next update flipped the entire game upside down for me, and now instead of “gentle sniper” this game feels more like “crazy-mad-rushed sniper”. The game now tells you where you shoot to get the best score, but the sway is absolutely insane and this game now feels impossible. The recent update is less how sniping works and all of my motivation to play this game has gone out the window. Sorry, it was actually a good game, but not anymore.
I got this game because of the overwhelming number of ads I saw on other apps. I was disappointed to learn the ads are misleading and half the gameplay advertised isn’t actually part of the game. It is marketed with “My OCD is killing me!!” which, for one is offensive to people who actually have OCD, but this game actually seems like it’s trying to be frustrating. There should be a replay option beside the “next” button for levels that were less than perfect. Also, what’s the point of the letter grade if you pass every level that isn’t a “fail” regardless? The frequency of ads is overwhelming, which obviously is a tactic to get the user to purchase no ads, but really should cost no more than like $1 for a simple app like this. It’s just not fun enough to invest money in. Additionally, controls could be more sensitive considering this game is all about precision. Due to the fact there are mostly 5-star reviews I wouldn’t be surprised if this were one of those apps that offers you something in-game in exchange for a 5-star review.
Normally when you hear about a sniper game, you think disheveled thugs, bloody headshots, and cold, hard justice. (Insert Tim-Taylor-style grunting here.) But I was delighted to find this game just today. Instead of the traditional shooting bad guys as they hold innocents at gunpoint, Gentle Sniper takes a different, more Chuck Jones-style approach. You might find yourself shooting an “Arrested” stamp onto suspicious characters, making your own burger by shooting the toppings to select them, or even shooting a cup of coffee into the developer’s hand so they’ll come out with new levels faster. (Which I hope they do.) The goofy, clever tricks, challenges, and references come at you fast and hard in a method that never feels frustrating or manipulative, just lively. Best of all, there’s no human violence whatsoever. I can’t wait to see what comes next.
They are the best sniper
IN THE WORLD
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» 100m : You think you can shoot everything
» 1,000m : You believe you can shoot bacon on the frying pan
» 3,000m : Are you sure you can shoot falling leaves?
» Simple touch control
» It’s time to be the best Gentle Sniper
» Support iPhoneX, iPad series
» New stages will be updated every week
Developer - Best Indie Developer MondayOFF Game
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