Featured: Top 10 Shooter Games For Android - April 2016

Shooter games can be extremely satisfying and whether you like the fast-paced action of multiplayer combat or the steady stream and right mix of dialogue and action, there's a shooter game for every taste on Android. If you're not quite sold on shooter games for the mobile platform or if you just aren't sure what games you may actually enjoy, we've rounded up a list of ten of the top shooter games on Android worth checking out.

Half Life 2 Ep. 2

The last episode of a really great game with time-tested popularity, Half Life 2 Ep. 2 is a game not to miss. This is one which is only available to those using an NVIDIA SHIELD device, which certainly limits who can play it on mobile, but it's definitely worth looking into if you have such a device.

Kill Shot Bravo

Single player, multiplayer, Kill Shot Bravo has it all. It has over 500 missions for you to play through at your own speed and tons of PvP combat so you can sate your hunger for a little competition. The game features a mix of both first person and sniper like combat as well to help keep things interesting.

Fields of Battle

Fields of Battle is going to be a little less serious than some of the other games on this list as it's combat is based on paintball, but that's what makes it fun. There's still plenty of action involved and it has some pretty decent graphics with a large arsenal at your fingertips.

Respawnables

If you enjoy the multiplayer gameplay of a shooter and are familiar with games like Team Fortress 2 from Valve, Respawnables is your kind of game. It's a team/squad-based shooter with weapon upgrades, character customization with different costumes and more. It's also pretty light-hearted in terms of combat which makes it fun for anyone.

Unkilled

If you've played any of the Dead Trigger games Unkilled is pretty similar combat and gameplay. It's a zombie apocalypse and you're the saving grace. There's all-new graphics and loads of weapons to unlock, and plenty of zombies to kill across tons of different missions.

Modern Combat 5

Gameloft's Modern Combat 5 is not exactly a new title, but it is one of the better FPS games on the Play Store and has lots to do from a single player campaign to intense multiplayer action. The awesome graphics don't hurt the experience either.

Deer Hunter 2016

If hunting games are more your style when it comes to shooting, Deer Hunter 2016 is the latest title in a long-running franchise of games that have spanned across tons of platforms. There are more than just deer to hunt down and you'll be able to unlock and build up an arsenal of different weapons from rifles to shotguns.

Hitman Sniper

If you enjoy shooter games that take on sniper gameplay, there are really none better than Hitman Sniper. Following along the famed franchise from Square Enix, Hitman Sniper puts you in the role of Agent 47 as you're tasked with taking out high-value targets. There are achievements to collect, cloud save, and tons of weapon upgrades and unlocks.

Dead Effect 2

Excellent graphics, plenty of FPS action, and a horror-themed story line with RPG-like elements for character upgrades, Dead Effect 2 has lots to offer if you're looking for a more story-oriented shooter to fill your time. The campaign has over 20 hours of gameplay and you can customize the controls to your liking.

Critical Ops

Rounding out this list is one for the Counter Strike fans out there. Critical Ops is one of the latest from Critical Force Entertainment who have put out a couple of other games following along the Counter Strike style. It's pure multiplayer and focuses more on skill-based combat so you'll have to be on your toes if you want to succeed.

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