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Snipe Justin Timberlake

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FIRST APPEARED ON NG: 12/16/01

I can't believe this game is approaching it's TWO YEAR BIRTHDAY, but it seemed very relevant (and tasteless) in the context of current events.

This game was originally not submitted via the Portal. This is one step forward in my slow transition to put all of my games in the Portal.

Use the mouse to aim, and the UP and DOWN arrow keys to zoom in and out. You need to get lined up to fire. The closer you zoom in, the better your accuracy! Don't get caught by cameras and security guards! Even Justin can spot you!

Artwork by Luis!

Reviews


Not very funny...

Strange snipper game with an uncommon gameplay... Graphics are not good enough to have fun and there is no replay value at all.
Try again.



Terrible

What the hell? Worst sniping ame ever...The sound was pretty annoying too.



Awesome

I like the style from this game. The gameplay is just so fun. To be sneaky to kill Justin. This is not just because it's Justin. You should make more of this sort games. Graphics are good and that music, sweet.



Terrible

As Much As I'd Like To Kill Justin Timberlake That Is Far Too Hard To Do Simply Cause All You Get Is The Security Guards Busting You Before You Can Even Finish Off The Cameras , So If You Took And Put In Only A Couple Of Security Guards That Could Be Killed Then Maybe We'd Have A Chance To Kill Justin Timberlake .



Way to suck

So the only time you can shoot is when the mouse lines up exactly with the middle of the crosshairs? And the crosshairs just randomly move around the screen? This is one big pile of Flash shit.


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Credits & Info

Views
804,902
Votes
5,416
Score
3.55 / 5.00

Uploaded
Oct 23, 2002
12:30 PM EDT
Genre
Action - Shooter - First Person
  • Daily 2nd Place October 23, 2002