"Throwing Knife" is a knife throwing simulator for mobile target. You can choose from the four targets. In addition, you can adjust the direction and speed of moving targets. For each settings state the best result of the game is saved. The ...Read more
"Throwing Knife" is a knife throwing simulator for mobile target.
You can choose from the four targets. In addition, you can adjust the direction and speed of moving targets. For each settings state the best result of the game is saved.
The goal of the game is to get the most points.
How to play. Touch the screen. Move your finger so that the tip of the blade moved to the location where you want to throw a knife. Remove your finger from the screen. Knife thrown. When you aim pay attention to the direction and speed of the target. It is necessary to aim with anticipation.
Scoring: The game uses colored target. Points are added for hit: Green + 1 Blue + 2 Red + 5 Yellow + 10 White - 25% of the score When hit in the human game ends.
Bonus. You are invited to hit the target of a certain color. If you do this, then you get an extra knife. This will allow you to make more shots and get more points.
Attention !!! To correctly display the screen of your device must be at least 320x480 pixels.
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UPDATED ON: Aug 29, 2015
INSTALLATIONS: 1,000,000 - 5,000,000
LATEST VERSION: 1.94
REQUIRED ANDROID VERSION: 2.3.3 and up
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