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Best Shooting Games by Doink Soft

Video games have had a long history of including shooting play. Like the instinct of children to pick up sticks for imaginary gun-play, this offers players a chance to step into dangerous situations that raise the adrenaline and require high levels of skill and precision.

Often called shooter games, or shooters, they test the player's spatial awareness, reflexes, and speed against computer characters and human other players in online games. They usually offer players a range of weapons, each of which behaves differently and require practice to use efficiently.

While the main aim of most of these games is to shoot enemies in the head to kill them, there are many other things also going on. Players need to consider their environment, other opponents, team-mates, mission objectives, which weapon to use and how much health they have got. This level of systems work extends beyond quick reflexes to social understanding, layered decision making, long term strategic thinking and rigorous practice.

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Era: 2019 - 2019
Total Games: 2
Total Likes: 0


Gato Roboto

Release Date: 30/05/2019

Platforms: PC, Switch and Xbox One

Skill Rating: 8+ year-olds

Gato Roboto is a running, jumping and shooting game about a cat in a mechanical suit that needs to save her space commander master. Play involves exploring the levels to take on enemies, discover new weapons and use them to access more of each area. It...


Release Date: Coming soon

Platforms: PC and Switch

Gunbrella is a retro running, jumping and shooting game set in a world dependent on a rapidly diminishing natural resource. You play a gruff woodsman on a quest for revenge, armed with the mysterious Gunbrella that shoots, glides and lets you interact...

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