Frag Your Way to Victory with Critical Strike Portable
Well-built first person shooters are not quite as common as other game types on Android. Despite the fact that modern hardware is more than adequate to play such graphically intensive games, clunky controls and poor support have doomed many a decent contender. Thanks to XDA Forum Members Pavel M and FrIuNs, that is all changing.
Critical Strike Portable takes mobile, online 3D gaming to the next level. Originally based on the gameplay from the popular PC shooter Counter Strike, Critical Strike is now its own unique entity. Utilizing the Unity 3D gaming engine and custom (non-Valve) models, Critical Strike is fast paced and fun. FPS veterans will enjoy being able to run, jump, and kill their enemies with realistic weapons and movement. The developers are also hard at work adding both bots and an in-game store, so that hard earned kill cash can be put to good use in the ongoing struggle for FPS supremacy.
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