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Apr 19, 2012 | 6:48 AM EDT
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#EDIT# April 23rd, 2012 #
Thank you so much for frontpage! It gives me a strange warm feeling inside:S Kinda like when hitting that perfect headshot.

You da best guys! Stay cool!
- Dan


Tyler is an ordinary guy whose patience gets pushed too far. After getting fired as a supermarket cleaner he begins a violent career as a professional assassin. This, however, is also the beginning of social decline, false friends and a spiral of deception. Watch out! You can't trust anyone...



Rated 4 / 5 stars April 24, 2012

So, wait... a janitor just so happened to have a goddamned sniper rifle in his apartment?

Beside that though, the animation style was very good, very fluid. Grammar and the such was a bit iffy, at times, though. It might just be me nitpicking, but did you have any outside sources check that before releasing?

Gameplay left a bit to be desired, though. It didn't do too much to separate itself from the thousands of other sniper games that are made every year, other than perhaps adding a sometimes humorous (The "Survival Guide" article comes to mind) in-game newspaper. In addition to that, the only real element working against you in most of the contracts was wind and distance, both of which were pretty easy to overcome. No careful watching of a crowd to find the right person and the such. Those times when there were multiple people, they were identical and made trial and error necessary.

And am I the only one a little unnerved by the fact that the cutscenes have background audio and no voices?

Eh, either way, it was a fun (especially the last mission) way to spend a few minutes.


Rated 5 / 5 stars April 24, 2012

Principal Smicipal lol


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars April 24, 2012


The sniping portion of the game game is great but I feel a lot of the story's plot points were left unfinished or didn't go anywhere. The other assassins, the old man landlord, your girlfriend, I feel these things were mentioned as existing and the story could have expanded with them but it just didn't.

On a side note, there are times when it's not clear who the target is. Maybe in the future give them some identifying clothing or something, or even better, have them perform an identifying action, like smoking.

A question, is the version on the Android Market any longer or is it the same?

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars April 24, 2012

I'm not sure, it feels like something was underrated, the story maybe? After playing this, I was kind of missed the old guy, Jake isn't it? That one, I did felt sorry for him, but this guy? Not really. But thinking it as a game on ipod, android & all those things, it seems ordinary. Since this is not a full game, then I think the full game would be longer?


Rated 5 / 5 stars April 24, 2012

This was a good game. As others have said, it took a lot of stuff into account that's there in the real world that one doesn't see a lot in most shooters. I liked that. I've played all the other CV games, and I expected this to keep on with their plot, but this is cool too. Graphics were pretty good for a stickmen game, and the animation was real smooth. I wanted to see more of my two rival businessmen, but I suppose that will come later. Only problem I had? Too short. If you'd extended, his wife could've found out, those mob dudes couldda come back, the cops couldda found him- anything. Sequel, please!

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