One of the first games I downloaded from Google was Gun Shot Fire War. It was one of the first games to come out with the Android operating system. I downloaded it and gave it a try after reading several posts about it in various forums on the internet. In this review I will discuss some of the pros and cons of the game as well as a short walkthrough on how to get started with the game.
As you can see from the in-game video there are many versions of Gun Shot Fire War available for android users. The one that interests me the most is the free version which is where you take up the role of an Arizona sheriff and protect the citizens of Megaplex Village against incoming rounds of illegal aliens. You get to shoot down every enemy soldier you encounter along the way and also the helicopters which are carrying off the supplies to bring in the new soldiers. You are also responsible for destroying any military installations which are located around the map area. If you manage to destroy all the enemy soldiers on the ground before the helicopters to reach the helicopter pad, you will then be given the chance to shoot down the helicopter itself. If you successfully destroy the helicopter, you earn the right to rescue the captured civilians that were being held hostage by the terrorists.
The second version of the game which costs $2.99 has significantly less game play than the first as it does not incorporate any of the gun-fire action. It just consists of a few select shooting range type scenes, which are very easy to complete. So if you were looking for a free FPS game play with excellent gun fire action, then you should definitely look out for gun shot fire war.