Bowmasters Game Review

Bowmasters

Action

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            Bowmasters is an aim-and-shoot game in which players choose a cartoon avatar and use various weapons to kill other cartoon characters. The object of the game is to kill the other character with the most blood and bodily destruction possible. Although there are frequent displays of intense cartoon violence and children under 12 are advised not to have this app, this game feels almost like a form of stress relief. The game is all about throwing projectiles at your enemies and watching as blood splashes everywhere. It’s surely a fun way to unwind after a long day. It’s reasonably simple stuff, so it might not entice you for too long, but it’s certainly entertaining. Despite the efforts to keep the game feeling fresh, the more you play Bowmasters the more you realize that it is ultimately quite samey, though a comforting kind of samey. Its physics engine means you get to watch as enemies tumble down a small hill because of how you hit them, and it’s oddly fun to spectate. Bowmasters is a little heavy handed with ads, but it also throws some free chests at you, providing you with coins and the occasional new character. That means you often feel like you’re making progress, making the frequent ads a little bit easier to swallow.

         Starting out, only one mode is available for the player – fighting it out against a CPU opponent. The player is presented with a long arena; Player on one side and the opponents on the other; You take turns to fling a projectile such as a javelin, flag, hoping to knock some of their health down. It happens by pulling your finger back to reflect power, while also moving up or down to adjust the angle. There’s a certain amount of guesswork with your first throw as you attempt to figure out which angle to pursue. After that, you can generally figure out how to tweak things just right, ensuring you can pull off a headshot nearly each time. Most opponents take a few knocks before they’re defeated, gradually turning more bloody after each hit. It may be a vicious in a way, but also quite satisfying. Bowmasters uses cartoon-style graphics and many different character types are available, often reflecting a pop culture reference or two. You’ll unlock new game modes as you play. You can play against a friend, or participate in a tournament that has you completing a series of battles in a bid to earn plenty of money. A Bird Hunt mode is available with you trying to shoot down as many birds as possible within a set time limit. Apple Shooting has you trying to knock an apple off someone’s head. Bowmasters’ longevity stems from your coin acquisition. You can use those coins to buy new characters, with each character often providing a slightly different take on things. For instance, you don’t want to use the gamer girl to knock an apple down because her controller is too chunky. Instead, you want to use a flag bearer or javelin thrower with their sleeker weapon. Many of the characters come with their own special attack, activated by tapping while the projectile is in motion. It’s a small but significant tweak to the format, giving you something else to be aware of.
It’s a game where you can play as multiple characters and throw weapons or random items to take down your opponent. Every character has their own special abilities and fatalities. The game is just fun overall and you should try it. Bowmasters is by far one of the best games on the app store because it takes a such a tiny idea and makes it an enjoyable game for people of all ages. It would be a good game especially for kids because it gives a good challenge and it’s very fun and addicting. Try it by downloading here:

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