Cover Fire: shooting games for PC – Windows/MAC OS
Today we have Cover Fire: Shooting games published by Genera Games. From the beginning of my gaming life, I was thinking that for every game there is a device that should be played on. For me, any first-person shooter should be played on a PC. For me, mobile device games cannot be taken seriously when we are talking about FPS games. But in the past couple of months everything that I was thinking looks to be old-fashioned. Because with a couple more games this bad boy is making me pick my phone over and over again to bust some terrorists. I am talking about really legit 3rd person shooter, which is really close to any other PC game of this genre. And believe it or not, maybe we have a really good game right here. Something that worth your time and disk space. Actually speaking, the game is really a fun to play. And mostly described as a game whereby you’d get to lead your brigade of heroes to a war against the Tetracorp corporation in the best shooting game. And also build your frontline strategy on the battlefield and kill all your enemy from all sides to side entirely.
Cover Fire: shooting games Gameplay and Review
And now let`s see the gameplay of this thing. Actually, the control systems in Cover Fire are very well suited to its touch devices. And it’s simply either By sliding your finger to the left side of your screen as you’re aiming your weapon. On the right side of the screen there is also the trigger button, but most importantly, it doesn’t need to take care in making sure your hero always moves to the nearest cover because it’ll do so automatically in a standard way. The Cover Fire’s story mode and it’s line of combats has over sixty different missions on it and in each, you’ll need to work with and battle against with different characters. But with Each character, in addition, it’ll also allow you to use different firearms, and you’ll also gain More access to sniper rifles, machine guns, missile launchers, and much more. As you play and make your way up the ranks, you’ll also unlock loads of new skills and soldiers, so all this actually are really all that made up to the game as everything about it was quite intense and fun.
A lot of equipment
Good RPG elements
A little one sided
I wish there were more options for controlling the character