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GluMobile's sniping game is a level up from other sniper games. For one, it's not just all about the sniping. This entry from Contract Killers offers you shooting fun with other weapons too. Hunt around your subject in the many different missions and savor the moment when the last baddie bites the dust. Switching between scope and cover might steal a bit of its FPS flair, it's good enough with a score of 7.7.
19. Neon Shadow
Now if it's futuristic shooters you want, you can never go wrong with Neon Shadow. While it takes inspiration from retro games, it never fails to feel fresh. Take to their neon halls, burst through trap doors, and duke it out with drones and robots using all sorts of futuristic weaponry. A treat for fans of Halo and Metroid Prime on the mobile, it gets a score of 7.85
18. Kill Shot
A lot of games these days can surpass the graphics of this 2014 hit. But in its time, Kill Shot's 3D visuals were impressive enough for most. As a member of an elite special ops task force, stare into your rifle scope and eliminate your targets in various missions and scenic locations around the globe. While it's brought down by its microtransactions, Kill Shot remains a great FPS title with a playscore of 7.97.
Oddworld: Stranger’s Wrath garnered high praise when it was first released on the PC, PS4, and PS Vita. Which means this android had some big shoes to fill. It's a hybrid of third person and first person gameplay and its action and adventures begin in an odd Wild West beseiged by outlaws. You play the itinerant bounty hunter tasked to lay down the law once more.
It's almost the same award-winning action-adventuring on the PC and consoles, with a few adjustments for the touch controls. It has a playscore of 8.06.
16. Kill Shot Virus
If you enjoyed the sniping action in Kill Shot, Kill Shot Virus spreads it out to the zombie genre, infecting you with the heroics of saving yourself, the survivors, and the entire human race. Apart from the zombie-shooting, there's also a whole load of upgrades on offer. Deck yourself out with fancy machinery or go out in style with all their cool gear. Perfect for a quick and easy fps dose, it gets a score of 8.07.
15. Dead Effect 2
More sci-fi and zombies are your coming your in this sequel to BadFly interactive's FPS. Dead Effect 2 puts more focus into story in this second entry, immersing you in their nightmarish story set in a colony spaceship.
Choose between their three playable characters, each with their own weapons specializations, and bring whatever screeching ghoul comes in your way. Boasting console-like atmosphere, graphics, and voiceovers, it receives a playscore of 8.09.
Branding itself as a viable eSports title, Modern Combat 5's strength is rooted in its multiplayer gameplay. As usual, Gameloft takes pages right out of Call of Duty's playbook, offering the world a mobile alternative that's worthy of its past-gen console counterparts. It doesn't do much in terms of innovation but it delivers what it set out to do: letting you play Deathmatches and Capture the Flags with your squad whenever, and wherever you go.
It has a playscore of 8.1
13. DEAD TRIGGER
Madfinger Games' original Dead Trigger isn't perfect.
The second installment may still be the more refined choice, this first outing, despite some clunkiness in their controls, has more than enough zombie-shooting action for a few hours of enjoyment.
Rain bullets on the ensuing hordes of undead and get some satisfaction out of every splash of zombie noggin. Definitely not as heavy on smartphones as it used to be, Dead Trigger gets a playscore of 8.24
This game is basically Jurassic Park...except it was after all the Dinosaurs escaped, laid waste to to the Earth, and it's now up to you to put them in back in their place: underground.
Set in a world between ancient and new, Dino Hunter: Deadly Shores shows off its polished visuals that highlight the beauty of bringing down prehistoric game. Eearn your keep with each completed mission and use them to purchase various upgrades for your weapons. Just make sure you actually complete the contracts, or you'll be dino dinner for sure. It has a playscore of 8.24
As fun as Modern Combat 5 was, Modern Combat 4 is where the series hit its peak. It takes to heart their goal to bring Call of Duty to the mobile. With Zero Hour, they brought about a memorable shooting experience. Go from one end of the world to the other as you save kidnapped world leaders from a terrorist group.
Aside from the singleplayer action, it wouldn't be complate without its multiplayer that spreads out the fun with various modes to choose from. It has a playscore of 8.26
Not having actual trigger fingers hasn't stopped these guys yet. Pixel Gun 3D takes on the visuals of Minecraft, making it just as enjoyable for all ages as Mojang's original sandbox title. It also expands on Minecraft's survival gameplay with a story campaign that challenges you to survive a zombie outbreak.
Pixel Gun's main treat is their multiplayer. Not only does it have an updated Battle Royale mode, it also has 11 other modes, from Deathmatch to Arena to Co-op Survival. A creative pixel shooter, it gets a score of 8.27.
Unkilled signs you up for the elite military organization called the Wolfpack that's especially trained to eliminate zombie threats.
This is no struggle for humanity's survival. It's an all out war. Jump into the action with a dramatic helicopter entrance and serve up the afterlife with the game's collection of military grade equipment. Already getting criticism for its outdated microtransactions in 2015, you best be prepared to deal with that too. It has a playscore of 8.3.
And now it's back to the gloomy suburbia. In this second Into the Dead installment, you guide a man separated from his family, navigating through a post-apocalyptic world filled with the living dead.
What makes this game special is its focus on survival elements that add a whole new layer of gameplay. Survive the set distances of their story mode, or go the extra mile and cover as much ground as you can in the endless survival mode. It's something for fans of the Walking Dead series and it has a playscore of 8.33.
7. Half-Life 2
A game that needs no introduction. Far from its origins as THE benchmark for first-person shooters in 2004, Half Life 2 remains an essential and venerated classic in the genre.
Made exclusively for Nvidia's Shield tech, it's a no brainer for anyone who already has the console. With this port to the android, some graphical concessions have been made to maintain performance in the portable format. But it's still the same Half Life 2 that most of us have played over and over again, more than a decade ago. A playscore of 8.36.
Agent 47 holds a specialized position for this mobile Hitman title. For this Sniper game, it's not enough to find your targets and then shoot.
As a spy with high profile targets, stealth and strategy is of utmost importance. Scout out your targets in the beautiful Montenegro location and wait for the perfect moment to strike for the most efficient and high scoring route. While there might be some moments of rest and waiting, it makes for a more immersive and compelling sniping experience. It has a playscore of 8.36.
Stop! Bullet time! Rediscover the events of the Cold War first-hand with a time-bending twist. As government agent Mak, use his newly found powers to control time and use it as an advantage against the troops in the enemy lines.
Controls are fairly easy, but the going willget tougher in the game's higher chapters. Get to at least Chapter Three, and you'll get to unlock their enjoyable multiplayer experience. It was one of the strongest FPS releases in 2017, and it gets a score of 8.46.
The game name doesn't exactly slide off the tongue, Guns of Boom has enough personality to let it shine past its moniker. While it looks similar to Gameloft's Blitz Brigade, it proves itself as more than just a glorified clone on the mobile. Unlike the other, Guns of Boom is a smooth and intuitive FPS experience.
Shining with the polish of gameplay, it's visuals and characters are also a plus. Take their many personalities to the arena and duke it out epic 4 versus 4 online skirmishes. Undoubtedly the slickest multiplayer FPS yet, with a score of 8.51.
A sequel to the acclaimed Dead Trigger, Dead Trigger 2 improves on the first game in every way. It injects more variety into the game and fixes the repetitiveness of the last game.
Their campaign is now packed with a selection of unique objectives, leaving the randomized events for earning money and experience. They also introduce a range of zombies into the mix, from the crushing rampagers to the explosive kamikazees. As satisfying as zombie shooters can get,it has a score of 8.61.
Coming out to shelves March last year, Shadowgun Legends has been topping our lists for a while. It delivers a dose of futuristic FPS action, with the addded treat of their delicious, console-like graphics. Get to create your very own Shadowgun Legend and become the next big superstar by ridding the world of the deadly alien threat.
Shadowgun Legends isn't just beauty either. With both co-op and online multiplayer modes, it packs all the thrills you need in a pocket-friendly package. It has a playscore of 8.61.
1. And the best Android FPS is still LONEWOLF (17+)
Released in 2016, this Sniper FPS is still the best on the Android. Unlike other sniper games, Lonewolf packs a one-two punch of compelling storyline and realistic gun physics. Take the game's age restrictions seriously. Its neo-noir narrative told in gorgeous hand-drawn artstyle will leave you questioning your moral fiber. Within its multiple possibilities, it's you who will get to decide who lives and who dies. One of the most realistic shooting games 3 years on, it has a playscore of 8.8.