Hired Gun (iPhone Game) Reviews
Product Type: Triniti Interactive software for handheld and PDAs
Description:Manufacturer: Triniti Interactive Limited / Type: Game / Platform: iPhoneOS
Newest Review: ... is back and white. The visuals of the game are not amazing but equally they are on par with most app games. The loading ... more
Customer Hired Gun (iPhone Game) Reviews (2)
by - written on 07/09/11 (Very useful, 14 readings)
Hired gun is yet another sub-standard game that has been released by Triniti interactive on the iOS market. There have been multiple games released by the company involving the same stick characters, all have been fairly poor and Hired gun is sadly no exception. You can tell that Hired gun is trying to adapt a comic book style, like the stark black and white art of Frank Miller's Sin City series. This is complimented by the music track and the seedy street view that you are searching for your target in. The only spots of colour in the game are in your scope and the blood of your targets, which are both a vibrant red, everything else is back and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/11/10, updated on 26/11/10 (Very useful, 66 readings)
Hired Gun is one of the simplest iPhone games I have seen for a while. This can be a double-edged sword: a simple game, well implemented can be incredibly addictive (see Orbital); or it can indicate an underdeveloped concept lacking any long-term appeal. So, is Hired Gun worth the 59p asking price? The game sees you taking control of an assassin, who is hired to wipe out the enemies of a mysterious business man. You must use your sniper rifle to assassinate a number of identified targets within a set time limit. Sounds exciting, eh? Full of daring roof-top chases, cat-and-mouse strategic battles and cunning kill shots. The reality is slightly more ... Read the complete review
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