Trigger Fist is a 3D multiplayer shooter game that is a lot of fun to play. The game replicates the popular game Modern Combat, which is developed by Gameloft, and has a few themes of the famous Call Of Duty series from Activision. One of the differences is that Trigger Fist is made for the iPhone, iPod Touch, and the iPad.
It has six playable maps that are gloriously developed and designed in 3D. The game also has a very useful tutorial that helps get you started. Trigger Fist is really easy to play. You can drag your finger across the screen to view the map, aim, and fire. You can even reload, switch weapons and throw grenades. The game is superbly designed and looks great on the new iPhone 5.
Likely the best feature of the game is the multiplayer. You can play with friends, family, and even people across the globe. The game has it’s own sort of “Xbox Live” type system and can quickly put you into a game so you can start playing and spend less time waiting. The characters are designed with detail and the graphics are rendered very well. It’s a very realistic experience when you start getting into the game.
Another thing that Trigger Fist offers is a variety of extra-game options. These are things like settings, equipment, and achievements. The settings can modify things like sensitivity, music, and controls. The equipment section lets you get nice perks such as extra ammunition, or adrenaline. You can even get some stellar guns here. Finally, the achievements section is pretty darn cool. It’s possible to earn achievements for doing a ton of different things. These things can range anywhere from capturing hills, to capturing goats,, to completing games. Best of all, it all links up in Game Center so you can view your achievements and leverage them against friends anytime you want.
Overall the game is one that you should keep or get. The graphics are incredible, the functionality it streamlined, and the experience is amazing. Trigger Fist is a must have game. You can download the game for free (usually $0.99) by clicking here.
This guest review was written by the folks from The Central App Review.