Best Deer Hunting Game For Android in 2022
DEER HUNTER CLASSIC
Jungle Deer Hunter - Pro 2016 - New Deer Hunting Game
- ★ Tough and Challenging Missions. to become a real sniper hunter hero in this 2016 hunting game.
- ★ Multiple Missions
- ★ Multiple weapons
- ★ Interactive Environment
- ★ HD Graphics
- ★ Smooth Game play & Interface
- ★ Great Deer Hunting Experience
- - Multiple waves
- - Sniper weapon scope zoom in option
- - Different animals in the environment
- - Real time deer animation
- - Beautiful and Attractive environment and graphics
Wild Deer Hunting Sniper 2018
- -First Person Shooting game
- -Perfect gun control
- -Realistic 3D Graphics and Sound effects
- -Profect Jungle Environment
- -Multiple gameplay mission with different tasks
Wild Deer Hunter 2020
- Different guns and pistols to use for hunting.
- wild animals including lions, elephants, wolfs, deers etc... in the safari jungle.
- Different environments e.g. snow, jungle, desert, and mountains.
- 30 challenging levels in each environment with increasing number of deers.
- Unlimited bullets in the guns are available in this animal shooter 3d game.
- Set Aim to exact target to the animals.
- zoom camera to clear the target.
- 3D safari park adventurous jungle environment.
- Simple and easy gameplay like shooting button, zoom camera button, joystick etc.
Shooting Game - Wild Animal Jungle Hunt
- Real forest animal attack hunter adventures
- Addictive levels of Deer hunting rescue from wild alligators
- Duck Hunting with Bow and Arrow
- Amazing crocodile hunter simulator 3d
- Realistic safari jungle environment
- Animals target sniper hunting simulation
- Best safari jungle sniper hunting of 2019
American Hunting 4x4: Deer
- - High quality graphics.
- - Off-road simulator american pickup 4x4.
- - Open 3D environment.
- - Realistic animated deers to hunt.
- - Realistic sound effects.
- - Full 3D - 360 Degrees Action.
Dino Hunting Simulation - Deadly Dino Hunter game
- ** HD graphics.
- ** Multiple modern guns.
- ** A variety of angry dino predators including t-rex.
- ** Has detailed 3D forest, Desert & snowy environments.
- ** Full of ultimate hunting expedition simulator game.
Deer Hunting Game
- 1. Best ever graphics and background
- 2. Multiple backgrounds with jungle, snow and bushes.
- 3. The natural sounds of deer and bullet.
- 4. High score and present score display on the top.
- 5. Easy to download, and small in size.
- 6. No connectivity required while playing.
- 7. Addictive, and kids loving.
MOSPRO Trail Camera Viewer for iPhone iPad Mac & Android, SD & Micro SD Memory Card Reader to View Photos and Videos from any Wildlife Scouting Game Cam on Smartphone for Deer Hunter Black
- 【Compatible Devices】 Four kinds of interfaces are supported; Almost all your devices are supported; IOS, Windows OS, Linux, Mac OS and Android are supported
- 【Compatible Cards】 Supporting TF (micro-SD) and SD memory card. Compatible with ALL trail camera brands including Bushnell, Moultrie, StealthCam, Reconyx, Browning, Wild Game Innovations, etc.
- 【Easy to Manage Data & Share in Real Time】 Super speed & high capacity allow you to manage all your data and files directly on this card reader and to share in real time
- 【Plug and Play】 No driver is required on the compatible devices. It is very convenient for using at anytime and anywhere
- 【Perfect for Trail Camera】 Perfect for hunters to view images/videos on site! Simply insert the card, you could easily view, delete, or share the videos or pictures catched by your game camera
Android Gamer Review: Castle of Shadows
The latest in a series of awesome game reviews from the Ultra Mega Game Examiner himself, Siegfried Faith!
The home video game industry was built on the backs of side-scrolling platformers.
The selling power of Super Mario, Sonic The Hedgehog, and Mega Man allowed video game companies like Nintendo and Sega to muster their forces together and engage in full-scale takeover of a burgeoning home gaming market.
Fast forward to 2020, where the future of gaming is held within the unshakable grip of first person shooters, motion controls, and angry birds; A digital world dominated by downloadable content and Modern Warfare. But for a whole legion of gamers who wish to bridge the gap between retro aesthetics and cutting edge technology, it is the tablets that have come swooping in to save the day.
With more and more developers getting on board with smart phone and tablet games, it seems that we are bearing witness to the dawn of the next gaming revolution.
Ladies and Germs, welcome to the first installment in a brand new series of reviews, dedicated to the best and --worst-- of the "smart" gaming world: the "Android Gamer Review" of Castle of Shadows.
You should probably know that I absolutely love Castlevania. Every single one of them. I even played through Castlevania 64 with both characters. And that is precisely why I picked Castle of Shadows to be the first game covered in this new series of reviews.
Right from the get-go you cannot help but notice the similarities between Castle of Shadows and Castlevania, particularly the Nintendo DS incarnations of the series. Even the name "Castle of Shadows," seems amusingly familiar. Character design, artwork, and subject matter are all very 'Vania-esque, but Castle of Shadows is definitely looking to make its own mark on the scene with fast-paced, ultra flashy style, and a really enjoyable weapon upgrading system. Of course, Castle of Shadows has a great many flaws as well, but we will get back to those a little later in the review.
Developed by China Wireless Arts and published by PlayPhone Inc, Castle of Shadows was released in December of 2020, as a free-to-play app for all Android-based systems running version 1.5 or greater.
Being free-to-play, you can expect to find the all usual marketing techniques in place, with options to purchase in-game items using real world money.
Game-play is surprisingly well-balanced and smooth for an Android game, with sharper controls than many other platforming games in this category., especially where combat is concerned. Every screen of the game seems to be swarming with enemies, and all of them head straight for you as soon as you enter the level (which, honestly, can be pretty infuriating at times). Slowdown will sometimes occur on lower-end phones and older models of tablets when you get too many enemies on screen at once, but for the most part the game plays like a touchscreen dream.
Castle's music is pretty decent, if a little repetitive, and does a nice job of rounding out the game in true 'Vania style. You won't find anything on par with Castlevania: Symphony of the Night as far as the soundtrack goes, but overall, not too shabby.
Now, before I tell you all about the little problems I had with this game, let's talk about the many radical weapons and magic of CoS. During the course of the game you will collect new and more powerful weapons, each with their own bonuses and unique damage types. These new swords can be obtained by either defeating a boss, or purchasing them from the item shop in Distorted Space (a mirror dimension where your character can save, shop and improve his weapons).
Once acquired, weapons can be upgraded through the use of the game's Enchant feature, with enchantments ranging in effect from experience boosters to damage amplifiers. Interestingly, when all three enchantment slots have filled on your weapon, you unlock a fourth, secret ability.
Magic is also particular to each weapon, as certain swords come complete with 2 different magical attacks which can also be boosted via enchantment. All the various spells are well-animated and have excellent hit detection, with the Ice Cross definitely being my personal favorite.
Now it's time to go over some of the less appealing aspects of the game, which one might expect from a free-to-play Chinese import.
First off, the story makes absolutely no sense. None whatsoever. In fact, I had played through 5 whole chapters before I finally muttered gruffly to myself , "I really have no idea as to why I'm doing this whole quest thing. This sucks." Even when the story does start to come together, you get hit with another cut-scene and it quickly flies apart again. Something to do with a Vampire Queen, a girlfriend, and a sword-wielding hero named Montano Cypress. Granted, many of the issues with CoS's plot could have been cleared up if a little more time had been put into translating the dialogue. Or really any time at all.
I know, that's a bit harsh considering the free nature of the game, but Spider Solitaire has better dialogue translation than Castle of Shadows, and I'm not afraid to say it.
Another issue I have with CoS is the repetitive level design that can unfortunately be found through much of the game. I swear, 3 different chapters took place in the exact same town, or one that was similar enough to make me think I had already played the level, and must have restarted by accident.
Enemies are also pretty repetitive but this doesn't really effect the game to badly, as enemies level up with you character, and new foes are introduced fairly regularly.
All in all, Castle of Shadows isn't perfect, but it certainly makes for one heck of a platformer. Fast, fluid combat and the cool factor of your collectible swords keeps the action firing on all cylinders, which mostly makes up for the non-existent plot. So, until Konami finally get off their collective duffs and release Castlevania Chronicles on the Kindle Fire, fire up this beast and get your demon-hunting fill!
Stay Tuned for more awesome Android Gamer Reviews featuring the hardest rockin' tablet games in the Universe!