[Android]Non-violent shooting games for android


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Droidready

In these days, there are so many violence based action games to play. But, I love non-violent shooting games. 'An Ultimate Hunt' is one of my favorite shooting games. Here, you have to shoot 'birds' instead of mankind. Shoot birds as many as you can in a limited time. Fines for shooting wrong birds. Too many fines and you'll loose the level. You've to watch out because the birds and their friends will fight back. Too many hits and you die. Also do not run out of bullets or you will loose.

Here are some screenshots for your eyes..

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You can download and enjoy this game from here.

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+Eternal Tempest

FYI - costs 99 cents.

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vincent

Spammer?

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Droidready

Spammer?

Not really, but, sometimes wants to be that.

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LSlari69

I don't know about being non violent. Can shooting ever be non violent? Shooting is the very act of violence is it not?

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Detection

Not really, but, sometimes wants to be that.

Based on that reply, I'd say yep

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