FRAG Pro Shooting – A Review
Fragile Pro Shooter is a competitive word game based on real-life firearms. It’s also a military-themed word game that focuses on gun shooting skills rather than luck. The main character, your character, becomes gun-shy after contracting a strange virus that causes him to go into hiding. Naturally, he wants to avoid drawing attention to himself or her, so he sets out on a mission to find out more about this virus and why it has targeted him.
Fragile Pro Shooter features eight-bit digital sound effects and an original concept for a time management game. It also features a multiplayer mode that supports up to four players locally and a challenge mode that challenges you to complete all levels without dying. In addition, this game has a co-op mode that supports up to four players. You can switch between the two game modes with a simple touch of the screen.
The hero of the game is called Fragile, and he is shown as a Caucasian male in his early twenties. He has a wispy goatee, a big white beard, and wears prescription glasses. In order to protect yourself from the evil creatures that roam the underground facility where he works, you have to get him out of the building and into the safety of your vehicle before the creatures reach it. Fragile Pro Shooting offers the player a series of missions set in various environments including a prison, a laboratory, a warehouse, and even a church.
Once you’ve been injected with the mutagenic virus, you’ll be tasked with protecting the rest of the staff in the building from the creatures. Unlike other versions of the game, however, you cannot shoot multiple targets from the same area. You need to use both hands to aim your weapon, and you need to move quietly while shooting (as loud as possible). You can also run faster than normal, but you’ll get tired and fall down more rapidly. If you need to rest, you can do so by sprinting or by holding down the C-button on your controller. This will cause your stamina bar to refill over time, making you stronger when you next get into the action.
Fragile Pro Shooting does not allow you to take cover behind objects in the environment. Therefore, you’ll have to get over the rooftops to shoot at approaching enemies. The environments are very large and include many different types of terrain. There are also some unusual elements such as collapsing buildings and animal hooves. As in real life, you can hear things ringing from the background, so be sure to have a keen ear for this.
The story in Fragile Pro Shooting resembles that of the movie Independence Day. An infected American soldier (Tom Cruise) travels back in time to Washington D.C., to save his friend from a group of terrorists. You’ll have a clear objective in the game: shoot as many enemies as possible within a certain amount of time. The controls are fairly simple, but there is no way to jump. Instead, simply aim the weapon and shoot. The multiplayer modes are available in this game range from versus play against other humans or against the computer.
Although the game is fun, I do not recommend it for those looking for the complexity that comes with other competitive gaming experiences. The goal is not to win, but to survive as long as possible. However, if you like fragility, this game can provide that. The fragility comes from you reload timing, as you must often reload after you’ve fired off an enemy. The controls also are not particularly complicated, so if you have basic gaming experience, you should have no problem playing FRAG Pro Shooting.
The game is free and provides you with a great way to kill time during breaks from work or school. The controls don’t need a lot of practice before you become comfortable with them, and the single-player game gives you an opportunity to see how you fair against another human player before going up against the computer. This casual game is a great option for those who enjoy playing first-person shooters and don’t want to get too involved with multiplayer games. It’s a nice change of pace from the more serious first-person shooters out there today.