Kill Shot Virus - a heavy-handed Android shooter, which every second offers users more and more tests, sending in battles with the bloodthirsty walking dead, flooded with city streets and squares. The protagonist is armed with a rifle with an optical sight, and this gives a weighty advantage, allowing to destroy the zombies with a single shot still at distant approaches. But one bullet kills a dead person only if it hits the head, if you enter the body, the zombie will not die, and it will take several more shots. Gradually, the arsenal of weapons will become wider, there will be large-caliber machine guns, powerful shotguns and standard assault rifles. The peculiarity of the Kill Shot Virus project is that the user will be able to see in slow motion the flight to the skull of a walking dead, however, this is only available after an ideal shot quality - headshots. All this is accompanied by beautiful special effects and blood sprays flying out of the shot head of the cadavr. In short, the project deserves close attention and is able to compete with the top games of its genre.
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