Gunslugs 3 Mod Apk – shooter action game in which players will have a large number of levels with different enemies. In different locations, users will have to help the hero avoid traps, eliminate enemies with strong guns and avoid surveillance cameras. Along the way, characters will be able to collect valuable items and spoils, among which will be new weapons and equipment. Also as you progress through the gamer will be available to new units with great war skills.
Summary about Gunslugs 3
|Get it on||Android 4.0 and up|
|Mod feature||Unlimited Money|
Introduce about Gunslugs 3
What can you expect from the game: action-platforming that the original games were, but introduced with a host of features that turn the game into a more stealthy and tactical oriented game with some rogue-lite features on top. Touch-controls are fully customizable (size, placing on screen) and the game supports controllers.
The idea is that you are free to tackle this game in the way you like: Sneak around and take your time to take down the enemies? you can do that! Prefer to rush through the game guns blazing? You’re THAT good? Well go for it. The game uses procedurally generated environments, making every game a different experience, and failing your mission is just an excuse to try again as your starting team will always be different, and the world will come with new challenges and different building layouts to sneak your way through.
Ostensibly, Gunslugs: Rogue Tactics has you doing the same thing as before – running from left to right shooting goons. Occasionally you’ll encounter a building to raid, where you can sabotage stuff and shoot more goons. But Gunslugs: Rogue Tactics throws in a bunch of extra things to do. You can approach each stage in a stealthy fashion, sneaking up on enemies before stabbing them in the back, and taking out security systems.
It’s nice in theory, but the stealth system feels clumsy and ill-defined, and you invariably end up in frantic melee scraps – or, more likely, resorting to your gun. The game is full of ideas, though. Rogue-lite elements keeps things fresh, while there are constantly shifting missions to embark upon – hacking terminals, cutting shipping containers down – and a roster of different playable characters to unlock.
What really undermines the game, though, is its controls. There are just too many buttons: five action compared to the previous game’s two, in addition to a pair of directional keys. In a fast-paced arcade game like this, it just doesn’t work. I found myself constantly missing or mis-pressing buttons and looking down to get my bearings.
There’s the ability to resize and reposition these buttons, but I could never quite get it to feel natural and instinctive. It all feels, well, sluggish. Unfortunately, Gunslugs: Rogue Tactics simply doesn’t flow as it should. Progress feels too awkward and stilted where its immediate predecessor was immediately gratifying.