IGI Cover Fire Special Ops 2019
- Version: 1.3
- Compatibility: 4.1 and up
- Author: 360 Gaming Studio
- Content rating: TeenViolence, Blood
- Package name: com.gs360.coverfirespecialops2019
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IGI Cover Fire: Mission-based Offline Shooter Review
IGI Cover Fire is one of that rare now offline level-based shooters. You impersonate a commando on the mission of destroying terrorists. Download IGI Cover Fire, and enjoy first-person shooting experience even on oldest devices!
This shooter features 3D maps and first-person view. All games of this sort have been influenced by Counter Strike a bit, but in IGI Cover Fire, the maps look like pirated copies of CS locations. They aren’t rich in details, though this may be the reason why the game runs so smooth. Half of the screen is occupied by control elements, and the enemies look very small even on large screens.
There is just what we’ve seen in other games like this. You impersonate a commando who’s here to destroy the enemies in their bases. Missions may take you to the jungle, to the coast, into the heart of the city, or into an underground dungeon. Just shoot them all and don’t let them do the same to you!
This simple idea, so obviously inspired by action movies of the 1980s, is enriched by upgrades. As you complete missions, you earn coins you can spend to upgrade your weapons, buy medical sets, ammo, other power-ups.
As for July 2019, the game only features 17 levels, and they are unlocked one by one, as you complete the previous one. You can unlock all of them at once, with one payment. But this won’t remove the ads that the app shows between levels. It’s especially annoying at the first levels that take less time to complete than to go through the ads before and after.
Though based on the default scheme (joystick under the left thumb, the camera moved with the right, buttons for shooting, recharging, applying medical or shields, and so on), the game doesn’t feel really comfortable. Maybe the joysticks should have been bigger, and the buttons organized some other way? Anyway, there is a feeling of something done wrong.
Replay Value 2/5
Formally, any level can be replayed if you are not satisfied with your results. In fact, it’s very little fun to replay the levels once you are through. Another disappointment is a very small number of levels. Tolerating ads longer than it takes to finish a level is a very specific sort of pleasure. Chances are it won’t take you long to satisfy your curiosity.
The Bottom Line
It’s a completely offline version of Counter Strike, though it’s positioned as a standalone game. It has less than 20 levels, with long and annoying ads in between. You may try it because it’s free to play, and requires no Internet to play. Probably that’s what granted the game over one million downloads. But even under these conditions, you may find better options.Collapse
You may download IGI Cover Fire because of curiosity, and you may even like its thrashy ways, but there are many way better shooters.
Pros : 3D environments;
Complicated fight system;
Free to play, with no necessity to pay.
Cons : Very few levels;
Maps are secondary to Counter Strike;
The game is stuffed with ads.
Cross-platform use 2.0