iPad App of the Week: Contract Killer

Yes, he did! That’s right this time around it’s game time!

Contract Killer by Glu, is what I chose this time around! Oh and it’s free, just watch the in game buy options :-(

They might call you an enforcer, or an assassin. Call it what you like – you’re a CONTRACT KILLER.

Pulled into a world of bounty hunters, mobsters and criminals, you must check in with your contacts and accept SECRET MISSIONS that only you can handle. Select your WEAPON OF CHOICE from an inventory of sniper rifles, assault rifles and machine guns. Locate your target, zoom in, take aim and GO FOR THE HEADSHOT to earn cold hard cash. You might eliminate a crime boss and escape without being spotted, or you might walk straight into an AMBUSH…

Prepare for your mission and then jump into one of many vantage points within 5 gritty 3D locations

17 Story Missions and unlimited Random Missions provide cash, XP and lots of action

20 distinct weapons including handguns, sniper rifles, machine guns and assault rifles

Use the Tranquilizer Gun to capture your target or put them down… permanently


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5 Responses to iPad App of the Week: Contract Killer

  1. Ed Herrmann says:

    What the heck man, once you finally got to the action part, you got so into the game that you changed the angle and we couldn’t see it on camera. What a tease. :(

  2. Craig Cmehil says:

    Ah crap! I still uploaded the wrong video? I played like 4 missions just to try and get it right and I still uploaded the wrong one?

    OK video offline and by tomorrow the right video will go online – sorry everyone!!!!

  3. Craig Cmehil says:

    Updated video so around 5 mins and 30 seconds the updated section comes into – so 3 mins then of good video of the game :-)

  4. Ed Herrmann says:

    Sweet time killer. It seems like the load screens would get tedious since the missions are so short, but still looks fun. Thanks Craig!

  5. Craig Cmehil says:

    The load screens are tedious and there is a disconnect in contract amounts and the amounts of everything else – a lot of work could be done in those areas for sure. For being “free” though it’s not a bad game all in all but after 37 days now my interest is beginning to waver a bit.

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