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Heroine Of The Sniper


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About This Game

""You must be here about the new operator position. Unfortunately no more are---
Wait, you wanna be a sniper!?""



This is a light-hearted first person shooter.

Key Features:


  • Consists of 15 missions with a variety of themes.
  • Take out various targets, everything from trains, cars, to bombs and helicopters. Everything EXCEPT people!
  • Utilize the unique skill/perks system to go all out and customize your character.
  • No need to hesitate with complicated weapon management. Just shoot.
  • The main character comes to life in 2D animation.
  • 2 difficulty levels and plenty of unlockable achievements.
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Title: Heroine of the Sniper
Genre: Action, Indie
Developer:
kido
Publisher:
kido
Release Date: 30 May, 2019


Minimum:

  • OS: Windows 7, 8, 10 (32bit or 64bit)
  • Processor: Intel Celeron 2957U
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Intel Iris Graphics 6100, Radeon HD 5670
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 2 GB available space

English,Japanese



heroine of the sniper


So over a decade ago, there was this little browser flash game called Material Sniper<\/b>, a fun little shooter that tested your aiming skills through a variety of challenges. Unfortunately despite the promises of more features that game offered, it kinda fizzled out and now pretty much abandonware.

Heroine of the Sniper<\/b> is pretty much that game with a price tag and nice 3D graphics. Yes, there's now actual WASD movement available now and your targets are now presented in 3D, but otherwise the core mechanics of this game and presentation is essentially identical to Material Sniper's, right down to the somewhat jazzy soundtrack style. It was nostalgia for that particular game that drove me to get this, and while this may not be the the best shooting game here on Steam, it's a nice little time waster at least.

So this game is a first person shooter where you're tasked with shooting a variety of different targets in different situations with your trusty sniper rifle. Like the aforementioned Material Sniper, this game uses pseudo-realistic shooting mechanics, with scope sway and bullet flight time being factors in shooting, and even the need to hold your breath to stabilize aim. The main charm of this particular game though, as with its predecessor\/possible inspiration comes from the animated female avatar to the lower right of the screen, who provides a bit of character to the shooting as her various facial expressions and actions reflect the actions that occur in the game: hit a bullseye and her face lights up in satisfaction, whiff a shot and her face sours, and if you manage to screw up on a mission the look of absolute terror on her face is hilarious. The game takes you through 15 missions, each with their own unique enemies and conditions to challenge, from timing shots to destroy bombs at their safest moment, to car chases, and even a short puzzle-like segment in secret bases. Unlike in most other FPS where you spray and pray, precision and accurately are normally your most important performance metrics here, though a couple of moments in the game do give you the chance to go full auto firepower. And after successfully completing each mission, you're given the abiltity to upgrade one of several stats like recoil reduction, magazine size, scope sway reduction, etc., which will further improve your ability to shoot more precisely in more harrowing situations.

By its own merit, Heroine of the Sniper isn't particularly great, and its low resource production clearly shows in sparse environments and lack of polish, though the game's missions do offer up a nice variety of challenges that'll test your aiming skills in different ways. While this game does have a semblance of a story that embraces action b-movie silliness, for the most part the gameplay will be the thing that'll attempt to engage you.

However, for me knowing that Material Sniper exists, I find myself comparing this game to that one, and in many ways I find Heroine of the Sniper to be the lesser product for a simple reason: Heroine of the Sniper doesn't have a lot of the smaller features that Material Sniper has which makes it richer. Material Sniper was a complex shooter for something so cheap, with mechanics like actual bullet flight time and even windage being a core part of gameplay, adding that bit of depth to how you shoot targets. While Heroine of the Sniper does have bullet flight time in its gameplay, it doesn't communicate this fact very well, and the gameplay structure actually makes it something you won't even worry about in 13 out of the 15 missions where your weapon might as well be hitscan.

That doesn't mean that Heroine of the Sniper doesn't have its own advantages, like having actual free movement that allows for scenarios potentially more complex than Material Sniper's has. However, Heroine of the Sniper doesn't realize the full potential of the resources that it has despite the inklings of creative ideas that it hints at (like having to time your shots to the sound of fireworks) towards improving its core game mechanics, and instead towards the end it simply becomes a generic action shooter in the vein of say Call of Duty. Without the extra mechanics that Material Sniper has, being generic is possibly the worst thing this game did, and unfortunately it's ovewhelmingly that.

For me, while Heroine of the Sniper is quite the quaint little inoffensive game that does scratch that itch of a particular subgenre of shooter for me, seeing that it's not actually any better than a free flash browser game is kind of disappointing, and makes me feel like it's really not worth the money I put down to get this. Heroine of the Sniper could've been the game that finally made me stop waiting in vain for Material Sniper, instead it simply showed me that a 10-year old incomplete flash game is actually somewhat better than a fully released game on Steam, which is rather sad to me. If that other game didn't exist, I could perhaps recommend Heroine of the Sniper as a somewhat laid-back shooting game, but Material Sniper does exist, and hence why I can't recommend this particular game in good conscience.. So over a decade ago, there was this little browser flash game called Material Sniper<\/b>, a fun little shooter that tested your aiming skills through a variety of challenges. Unfortunately despite the promises of more features that game offered, it kinda fizzled out and now pretty much abandonware.

Heroine of the Sniper<\/b> is pretty much that game with a price tag and nice 3D graphics. Yes, there's now actual WASD movement available now and your targets are now presented in 3D, but otherwise the core mechanics of this game and presentation is essentially identical to Material Sniper's, right down to the somewhat jazzy soundtrack style. It was nostalgia for that particular game that drove me to get this, and while this may not be the the best shooting game here on Steam, it's a nice little time waster at least.

So this game is a first person shooter where you're tasked with shooting a variety of different targets in different situations with your trusty sniper rifle. Like the aforementioned Material Sniper, this game uses pseudo-realistic shooting mechanics, with scope sway and bullet flight time being factors in shooting, and even the need to hold your breath to stabilize aim. The main charm of this particular game though, as with its predecessor\/possible inspiration comes from the animated female avatar to the lower right of the screen, who provides a bit of character to the shooting as her various facial expressions and actions reflect the actions that occur in the game: hit a bullseye and her face lights up in satisfaction, whiff a shot and her face sours, and if you manage to screw up on a mission the look of absolute terror on her face is hilarious. The game takes you through 15 missions, each with their own unique enemies and conditions to challenge, from timing shots to destroy bombs at their safest moment, to car chases, and even a short puzzle-like segment in secret bases. Unlike in most other FPS where you spray and pray, precision and accurately are normally your most important performance metrics here, though a couple of moments in the game do give you the chance to go full auto firepower. And after successfully completing each mission, you're given the abiltity to upgrade one of several stats like recoil reduction, magazine size, scope sway reduction, etc., which will further improve your ability to shoot more precisely in more harrowing situations.

By its own merit, Heroine of the Sniper isn't particularly great, and its low resource production clearly shows in sparse environments and lack of polish, though the game's missions do offer up a nice variety of challenges that'll test your aiming skills in different ways. While this game does have a semblance of a story that embraces action b-movie silliness, for the most part the gameplay will be the thing that'll attempt to engage you.

However, for me knowing that Material Sniper exists, I find myself comparing this game to that one, and in many ways I find Heroine of the Sniper to be the lesser product for a simple reason: Heroine of the Sniper doesn't have a lot of the smaller features that Material Sniper has which makes it richer. Material Sniper was a complex shooter for something so cheap, with mechanics like actual bullet flight time and even windage being a core part of gameplay, adding that bit of depth to how you shoot targets. While Heroine of the Sniper does have bullet flight time in its gameplay, it doesn't communicate this fact very well, and the gameplay structure actually makes it something you won't even worry about in 13 out of the 15 missions where your weapon might as well be hitscan.

That doesn't mean that Heroine of the Sniper doesn't have its own advantages, like having actual free movement that allows for scenarios potentially more complex than Material Sniper's has. However, Heroine of the Sniper doesn't realize the full potential of the resources that it has despite the inklings of creative ideas that it hints at (like having to time your shots to the sound of fireworks) towards improving its core game mechanics, and instead towards the end it simply becomes a generic action shooter in the vein of say Call of Duty. Without the extra mechanics that Material Sniper has, being generic is possibly the worst thing this game did, and unfortunately it's ovewhelmingly that.

For me, while Heroine of the Sniper is quite the quaint little inoffensive game that does scratch that itch of a particular subgenre of shooter for me, seeing that it's not actually any better than a free flash browser game is kind of disappointing, and makes me feel like it's really not worth the money I put down to get this. Heroine of the Sniper could've been the game that finally made me stop waiting in vain for Material Sniper, instead it simply showed me that a 10-year old incomplete flash game is actually somewhat better than a fully released game on Steam, which is rather sad to me. If that other game didn't exist, I could perhaps recommend Heroine of the Sniper as a somewhat laid-back shooting game, but Material Sniper does exist, and hence why I can't recommend this particular game in good conscience.. So over a decade ago, there was this little browser flash game called Material Sniper<\/b>, a fun little shooter that tested your aiming skills through a variety of challenges. Unfortunately despite the promises of more features that game offered, it kinda fizzled out and now pretty much abandonware.

Heroine of the Sniper<\/b> is pretty much that game with a price tag and nice 3D graphics. Yes, there's now actual WASD movement available now and your targets are now presented in 3D, but otherwise the core mechanics of this game and presentation is essentially identical to Material Sniper's, right down to the somewhat jazzy soundtrack style. It was nostalgia for that particular game that drove me to get this, and while this may not be the the best shooting game here on Steam, it's a nice little time waster at least.

So this game is a first person shooter where you're tasked with shooting a variety of different targets in different situations with your trusty sniper rifle. Like the aforementioned Material Sniper, this game uses pseudo-realistic shooting mechanics, with scope sway and bullet flight time being factors in shooting, and even the need to hold your breath to stabilize aim. The main charm of this particular game though, as with its predecessor\/possible inspiration comes from the animated female avatar to the lower right of the screen, who provides a bit of character to the shooting as her various facial expressions and actions reflect the actions that occur in the game: hit a bullseye and her face lights up in satisfaction, whiff a shot and her face sours, and if you manage to screw up on a mission the look of absolute terror on her face is hilarious. The game takes you through 15 missions, each with their own unique enemies and conditions to challenge, from timing shots to destroy bombs at their safest moment, to car chases, and even a short puzzle-like segment in secret bases. Unlike in most other FPS where you spray and pray, precision and accurately are normally your most important performance metrics here, though a couple of moments in the game do give you the chance to go full auto firepower. And after successfully completing each mission, you're given the abiltity to upgrade one of several stats like recoil reduction, magazine size, scope sway reduction, etc., which will further improve your ability to shoot more precisely in more harrowing situations.

By its own merit, Heroine of the Sniper isn't particularly great, and its low resource production clearly shows in sparse environments and lack of polish, though the game's missions do offer up a nice variety of challenges that'll test your aiming skills in different ways. While this game does have a semblance of a story that embraces action b-movie silliness, for the most part the gameplay will be the thing that'll attempt to engage you.

However, for me knowing that Material Sniper exists, I find myself comparing this game to that one, and in many ways I find Heroine of the Sniper to be the lesser product for a simple reason: Heroine of the Sniper doesn't have a lot of the smaller features that Material Sniper has which makes it richer. Material Sniper was a complex shooter for something so cheap, with mechanics like actual bullet flight time and even windage being a core part of gameplay, adding that bit of depth to how you shoot targets. While Heroine of the Sniper does have bullet flight time in its gameplay, it doesn't communicate this fact very well, and the gameplay structure actually makes it something you won't even worry about in 13 out of the 15 missions where your weapon might as well be hitscan.

That doesn't mean that Heroine of the Sniper doesn't have its own advantages, like having actual free movement that allows for scenarios potentially more complex than Material Sniper's has. However, Heroine of the Sniper doesn't realize the full potential of the resources that it has despite the inklings of creative ideas that it hints at (like having to time your shots to the sound of fireworks) towards improving its core game mechanics, and instead towards the end it simply becomes a generic action shooter in the vein of say Call of Duty. Without the extra mechanics that Material Sniper has, being generic is possibly the worst thing this game did, and unfortunately it's ovewhelmingly that.

For me, while Heroine of the Sniper is quite the quaint little inoffensive game that does scratch that itch of a particular subgenre of shooter for me, seeing that it's not actually any better than a free flash browser game is kind of disappointing, and makes me feel like it's really not worth the money I put down to get this. Heroine of the Sniper could've been the game that finally made me stop waiting in vain for Material Sniper, instead it simply showed me that a 10-year old incomplete flash game is actually somewhat better than a fully released game on Steam, which is rather sad to me. If that other game didn't exist, I could perhaps recommend Heroine of the Sniper as a somewhat laid-back shooting game, but Material Sniper does exist, and hence why I can't recommend this particular game in good conscience.. It's good, but it's not particularly excellent. Level design is quite good and creative, but the objectives are quite straightforward - the game lacks tactical elements like strategic planning and decisive pacing, but with this price I won't complain anything, (and looks like the game was not meant to build a realistic atmosphere as well.) And yes there is a really cute waifu<\/span> sniper, which is probably the reason why you are browsing this game right now. <\/b>

You could probably finish this game around 2 hours if you don't chase for achievements. For me, with this gameplay length I would rather wait for sales. But if you are rich enough or got extra cash to spent with, buy it with full price.

BTW, I rate this waifu 10\/10. Cuteness overload. It's good, but it's not particularly excellent. Level design is quite good and creative, but the objectives are quite straightforward - the game lacks tactical elements like strategic planning and decisive pacing, but with this price I won't complain anything, (and looks like the game was not meant to build a realistic atmosphere as well.) And yes there is a really cute waifu<\/span> sniper, which is probably the reason why you are browsing this game right now. <\/b>

You could probably finish this game around 2 hours if you don't chase for achievements. For me, with this gameplay length I would rather wait for sales. But if you are rich enough or got extra cash to spent with, buy it with full price.

BTW, I rate this waifu 10\/10. Cuteness overload. It's good, but it's not particularly excellent. Level design is quite good and creative, but the objectives are quite straightforward - the game lacks tactical elements like strategic planning and decisive pacing, but with this price I won't complain anything, (and looks like the game was not meant to build a realistic atmosphere as well.) And yes there is a really cute waifu<\/span> sniper, which is probably the reason why you are browsing this game right now. <\/b>

You could probably finish this game around 2 hours if you don't chase for achievements. For me, with this gameplay length I would rather wait for sales. But if you are rich enough or got extra cash to spent with, buy it with full price.

BTW, I rate this waifu 10\/10. Cuteness overload



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