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A few years ago i put 1 star, Now i installed again, Uninstalled again, 1 star again.. Same old repetitive boring game.. Nearly no variation.. Just bigger mammoth, Bigger tusk on mammoth.. Also, how the heck am i supposed to aim if the mammoth is waayy bigger than my screen.. And best of all, the ads.. A full 30 seconds ads after my first fail.. I force close the game, turn off my internet, tried playing for 10 minutes, bye2 game.. Boring, annoying, aggresive ads..
There his elephants every where and you have to kill a lot of them in the end kitchen tigers with giant fangs that eats you and they say I will eat you tiger and a chicken that goes tweet and that tries to kill you as well everything is really trying to kill you right now like just needed to eat right which is a good thing not a bad thing right I'm laughing. He he he he it is really a good game really good kitten game.
Game's controls seem intuitive, but gameplay is overall too difficult and unbalanced. I could not even finish a single training camp level, and I'm not about to spend my hard earned money buying something in a game to ensure I can move forward just to even get into the game well enough to actually test the gameplay. Thanks, but I will be enjoying other games while you guys try and figure out the balance.
This is a decent game, and has incredible potential, however, the game itself does become horribly repetitive, especially considering each 'story' has 100 mandatory levels of the same task over and over again. Special weapons are terribly over priced, ivory is hard to come by, and some of the weak points players are expected to hit are absolutely ridiculous. Not to mention the protagonist has only 1 health and moves at a snails pace in comparison to the animal he's hunting. Hoping the devs make appropriate changes so that it is more enjoyable for all
The game is great but if only you could see your characters clothes from before, or if you could have a multiplayer mode. From reading the other reviews people seem to think that the game is dificult (which it is) but what surprised me was that the think the mammoth was dificult lol just wait till you get to the terror bird. Also i'd recommend using the legendary knife for the mammoth, the seven rocks for the woolly rino, the triple shuriken for the terror bird and the legendary bow for the smilodon. If you want more ivory then just click the box which gives you 500 for watching an ad it comes up every five minutes or so. Finally if you dont want any ads then just turn off the internet the game isn't multiplayer it doesn't need it.
After ending the smilodon story my player did not get the headdress/skin of smilodon, As it is shown in the end of story, i had the same issue from way back when the game was released after completing the story for relevant animal the player does not get the skin or clothes for the animal they hunted, not until they start the next chapter in story. please fix it.
I really like this game! It's very fun, and the aesthetics are fantastic. The only inprovements I would recommend would be the option to restart the trial, or to quit to the menu via the pause screen. Character customization would be a pretty cool way to spend currency too. Other than those, this game is practically flawless.
Aim and Shoot! Wild Hunter offers you the unique game-play that you can hunt wild animals not only on foot but also on a fast moving vehicle! Wild Hunter lets you hunt the biggest and most dangerous animals in the world. With access to powerful guns you will rely on your marksman skills to kill and trap animals including Zebras, Bears, Cheetahs, Elephants, Lions and even dinosaurs escaped from parks. Moreover, chasing your targets on a moving truck makes the game even more challenging. Do you
Good game in the beginning then drops off. I'm halfway to level 30 and still feel I'm playing the exact same game as when I started. They need to add some variety. Also you get to a point where the money credits are useless and any upgrades need to be made with the gems.
This game is ok but 2 things are holding it back 1- energy runs out too quick! 2- my shotgun was only 3 points a 79 instead of 82 in damage power ( not that much) and I killed the requested target at close range directly in the heart at least 10 times and failed the challenge! How is that possible??? Oh right you want me to spend my $$$. No I just found a another shooting game and uninstalled this one!!HAHA SEE YA
do all players a favor, and also make yourself weeeeealthy, play a few levels of dead trigger 2. ..... now put that freedom of movement in the wilderness, have the player buy guns scopes,bullets , one deer tag for example. lets say a 5 day game time hunt, maybe 5,....15 minute sessions have a few i repeat a few deer scattered out, deer do not run all over you, you have to hunt , i repeat hunt them. time will be running out, do you finally have to shoot a doe, a 4 point buck.....or get no deer !
I'd call this book science fantasy with its post-apocalyptic setting and magicians/magical beings being a focus of the story. Hunters have some level of magic use at their disposal; their charge is to protect ordinary citizens from the Othersiders who would like to make them lunch. Or dinner or just a snack. Joyeaux (Joy) is a young Hunter, from outside Apex, the center of government. The reader discovers more about the culture as Joy does or through comparisons she makes with her is written with a young adult audience in mind, but as usual that means good writing, non-stereotypical characters, and clean language. I liked how the language had migrated in some instances; for example, chocolate has become chocolike. I liked how the Othersiders were named after the fantastical creatures they parisons can easily be made between this book and The Hunger Games. If you liked the latter, you will probably like this book. If you liked Arrows of the Queen, you will probably enjoy Hunter. I eagerly await a sequel.
Mercedes Lackey has created many of my favorite worlds and she creates another one with this first in what I hope of a long series. Most mysteries are explained but some core plots are left open. What do the others want? what really started the apocalypse? who is behind the evil plot?...You are almost immediately drawn into sympathy with the main character and her struggles to find a place for herself amongst the humans trying to survive against monsters from their nightmares. A consistent world of magic and science blend with characters who seem real, heroes and evil monstersQuality is slightly less than Obsidian series, as good as her better Valdemer books in that series, slightly better than elemental magicians and fairy tale stories, much better than Joast , ship cat, ... come to think of it she sure is a prolific writer and nothing she has written has been really bad, just some better than others.
The writing at the beginning was poor and had a lot of exposition. After the first few chapters the writing improved and the story gained momentum, switching from exposition to action.I'm not a fan of post-apocalyptic books and movies, but this book has a really nice twist to the whole idea. A rip in the magic wall between contemporary earth and what is called the Otherside. The opening to the Otherside brings a flood of "fairytale" like creatures bent on destroying humans. Part of me wonders if these Othersiders killed in the book our character will later regret. I couldn't help feeling sad thinking about it. There's no explanation given for why the Othersiders hate the human race, or what their motives are. I'm wondering if it's a colossal misunderstanding.
Mercedes Lackey has been my favorite author since I first read "The Last Herald-Mage" trilogy in 1996 and I've read everything since. While I have been disappointed with her recent additions to the Valdemar saga (basically all of Mags story - I am sorry, but those were just phoned in, and I rarely am so critical) I was so happy I still stuck with her nter brought me back to the classic days of Lackey's writing. The world was interesting and well thought out. The characters all had quite a bit of depth and were enjoyable to get to know. The story was engaging and left me thinking about it after I would put the book down (which really only happened when I had to force myself to sleep for work). Honestly, this one is likely one of my top 5 from her (sorry, I don't think anything will take away Vanyel's or Lavan Firestorm's story). I am really looking forward to see what happens with Joy's story line though and do hope that I gives those two a run my top spot.
It's a really interesting cross between Hunger Games and Legend with every fairy tail monster you can imagine. I found it riveting but I am a huge fan of Mercedes Lackey's writing style. It had a similar world building feel to Robin McKinley, in my was a decently fleshed out character, but her hounds were what kept me coming back.
My first reaction, "Another series?"I have some favorite Lackey series, and am always concerned more books won't be forthcoming because Ms. Lackey will be off on new tangents.But this tangent is very enjoyable. Has a little bit of Marion Zimmer Bradley feel to it, while still being a Lackey book. I can see how it would be graded a Young Adult, but as others have noted, it's intriguing enough for any age e concept is fresh: combine all the creatures from the Elemental and Fairy Godmother books, and the end of the world, as we know it. It's science fiction and fantasy, and a little Rambo tossed in, just for grins and giggles. It's a hard book to put down, but not so intense that it trips over into horror (as too many post-apocalyptic books do).The book has strong female characters, but does embed in an odd element of chauvinism now and again. However, the main character tolerates it, so I guess we can, too.Another Lackey series to follow. Sigh. I'm going to go broke.
I really enjoyed Hunter! While I was reminded strongly of Hunger Games and even a little of Divergent, the story and characters are unique enough to make it interesting. Sometimes the main character can be a little *too* wonderful, perfect, and good-hearted, but I didn't get sick of it so I guess that says something. I'm really excited to start getting deeper into the story in the next book! Curious things are brewing!
This is the first book in a long time that I just couldn't put down. A likeable and believable heroine; good, twisty plot; a little bit of mystery and romance; great action; and sound philosophy make this book a real page turner. Can't wait for the rest of the series!
While some readers may compare Lackey's Joyeaux Charmand to Collins' Katniss Everdeen, I find the similarities superficial. Yes the story is set in a dystopian future where society has fractured but Lackey's tale diverges nicely and builds her universe in her own trademark fashion with likeable and relatable characters. Lackey has woven a tale about a society recovering from the Disarray, when legends and myths and fairy tales, suddenly burst into real time on an unsuspecting populace. In answer, certain individuals under duress, suddenly find themselves with magical powers and creatures from another dimension, known as Hounds, who protect humanity from these "Others". These individuals are Hunters and with their packs, quickly become an important resource for the remaining government and military. Flash forward a few decades and humanity has recovered enough to have a few large cities protected by both technology and magic in the form of Barriers, shields through which the Others may not pass. There are other scattered settlements outside these cities but they do not have Barriers so are in constant danger from being overrun by the Others in all their forms. Joyeaux is an orphaned teenage Hunter that has been Hunting since she "popped' powers at 9 years of age. She lives in one of the smaller human settlements in the mountains that has a secret cadre of Hunters and Masters that protect the scattered human settlements around an old Monastery, until she is sent for by her uncle, a man of power and position in the largest human city of Apex. Away from everyone and everything she knows, she is caught up in a web of political intrigue involving her uncle, while struggling to understand why Hunters in Apex are treated like movie stars for doing their job. Joy just wants to Hunt and protect the Citizens, she doesn't care about ranking or impressing people....until her mentor is killed. Now Joy will do whatever it takes to find the people responsible.....