Clear Vision 3
By DPFLASHES STUDIOS
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#Free to play!# The third installment in AppStore's #1 Sniper adventure!
• Tyler lives a good life, a murderous hitman during the day, loving family-man at night. He has become the success he always dreamed about, but someone is on his trail and threatens to ruin it all...
• AIM AND FIRE! Breathe slowly, pick up your rifle, put your target in your sight and fire when ready.
• Fully customizable weapons!
• 55 Unique missions!
• Animated Cut Scenes
• Gripping Storyline
• Blood and Gore Animation
• Wind and Distance Calculation
• Cool game world
• The follow up to "Clear Vision (17+)" & "Clear Vision 2"
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What's New in Version 1.1
Added support for German, Russian, Spanish, French, Italian and Japanese
Added newspaper in kitchen
Minor and major bug fixes
Great Time "Killer"
I'm use to playing the other versions of this game as well as games like it. The stick figure concept was always great to me. And in this the animations are very clean. There are a good amount of missions and they are fairly easy to complete until the higher levels. This game would have definitely gotten a 5 Star had it not been for a couple minor tweaks. 1.) There are very limited weapon choices, it is possible for customization on the weapons and they work pretty well through the entire game. I'd just like to see more of a variety. And not just 3. 2.) You will almost be guaranteed to spend money on this game. To even do the Interrogation missions you must spend Red Crosshairs which are almost exclusively purchased with actual money. And to get your upgrades quicker it is a lot easier to drop $1.99 every so often to get a couple notches on the gun. Though these issues are mainly minor because almost all games come with some sort of way to get more money out of you. So this isn't a huge issue. I see a lot of people complain about energy but it only takes 3mins to gain 1 energy back and you max out at 20/20 so it only takes an hour to get all of it back. That is incredibly fast compared to some games so I actually like it a lot. Great game, definitely try it!
Its Fun For Awhile
I had alot of fun..... for awhile. But I hate the energy system it doesn't make amy sense! Thats not how things should work! I go over somewhere shoot someone and then get up and leave and somehow I lost a ton of energy? I barley used any! And don't say it's because it's just so intense and on his toes that he gets a huge burst of energy and then later loses it because he does this for a living its not like it's his first time every time. He barley did any work it should take almost no energy. So get rid of that. And also I want more story than just a cut scene here and there. And my final complaint is how certain levels require certain guns or attachments so you have to go back and start all the way over but somehow keep the coins and do this multiple times to get the gun required. This is always a TERRIBLE way to make a game! Back tracking REPEATEDLY makes a game bland, repetitive, and seem like a ploy to get money! Another reason it is just an awful idea is because it takes away ANY replay ability. Also the things that can be done at home seem pretty empty. You have to enter the house and then go through 2 doors with a loading screen each to get to the only place that you can really do anything. Most of the rooms have no point at all.
It's really good but it does has some flaws
I'm a good fan of the first two clear visions and I'm glad that this still has the same mechanics from the previous, but there are things that make CV3 less enjoyable. The energy system isn't too bad but it does limit play time by a good amount. One of the main things is that you need A LOT of money in order to buy upgrades. Without them, the missions can get very frustrating and earning money in this game can be painstakingly slow. The "honest jobs" was a nice touch, but even then can it take a very long while to accumulate more money. The thief missions are ok, but you risk having to "lay low" for a long-ish period of time and it's pretty irritating to wait through. You can buy tokens to help you though the game but, like money, it will take a long while to get a good amount of them. Buying them is an option but you still need to buy a lot if you don't want to have a hard time. Overall, it's a pretty fun game, but it would be even better if money wasn't so hard to come by and/or all the upgrades weren't so expensive
- Category: Games
- Updated: Feb 06, 2015
- Version: 1.1
- Size: 91.6 MB
- Languages: English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Russian, Spanish
- Seller: DPFLASHES STUDIOS AB
- © DPFLASHES STUDIOS
Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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