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Do you like mobile shooter games?

Discussion in 'MMOFPS and Online Shooters' started by Heromanguy12, May 22, 2020.

  1. Heromanguy12

    Heromanguy12 Ogre Hall of Fame Royal Ogre

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    When it comes to shooter games, they are mostly on PC or consoles, but there are also mobile shooter games. What do you think of mobile shooter games and are they any good?
     
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    Metaqrion Elite Ogre Royal Ogre

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    Actually I like mobile shooter games more than shooter games on other platforms. I am not kind of a person cares graphics in FPS games, also it is easier for me to control my character on mobile.
     
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    Justiphis MMORPGer

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    Yes. They can be fun. But, most shooters have terrible storylines.

    Even 'Duck Hunt' had a simple premise that it needed very little pontification to get its point across.
     
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    Depends on the shooter game. If it's hyper-competitive or requires moving around in first-person or third-person view (implying that the game's in 3D), and taking down players, then I'd say no, especially since those types of shooters generally eat up GPU and the control schemes are generally bad. But if it's a shooter game similar to Space Invaders, Galaga, or more of the simple arcade-type games, then I'd be fine with that.

    In fact, several years ago when iPods were still popular (before the iPhone and the iPod Touch), Parachute was one of those games people would play while listening to music on the go. Even though that game probably wouldn't be as interesting by today's standards, I think the click wheel created a unique experience.
     

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