Army Sniper puts you behind the scope of a standard-issue U.S. Army sniper rifle, which you must use to pick off enemy troops from afar. Without your long-distance support, your unit has no chance of accomplishing its critical counter-terrorist mission.
Army Sniper's controls are extremely simple. Tap anywhere in the vicinity of an enemy to engage the scope. Then, tilt your mobile device around in space to adjust your aim. Tap the button on the right to shoot, the button on the left to slow your movements and make finer adjustments in your targeting, or anywhere else to disengage the scope. It's all supersmooth, and the tilt-to-move aspect of the game play makes for a uniquely immersive and addictive experience.
But as fun as it is to scope out and shoot terrorists in Army Sniper, there are still a few areas we feel the game could have improved. First, we wish it included an element of defense, or at least a clearly defined way of avoiding fire. As it is now, the game is all about attacking your enemies, with your character getting randomly shot throughout the levels. A way to defend yourself would add a layer of strategy.
Also, there are a considerable number of typographical and grammatical errors throughout the game. While they don't hurt gameplay, they do hurt the credibility of the developers, and should be fixed.
Despite its shortcomings, we still think Army Sniper is an addictive first-person shooting game that's worth downloading. With its unique gameplay, we can see why it's such a popular download in the Android Market.