Brace yourself for an exciting voxel based MMOFPS game you can play using your mobile device.
Choose your hero and deploy them into battle.
Kill as many enemies as you can, and earn rewards from the game.
Are you into voxel-based graphics? Do you love to play first person shooter games? If your answer is “Yes” to both questions, then you should get your mobile device, turn on your Wi-Fi connection and download FPS.IO.
It’s available for both Android and iOS.
One thing that makes FPS.IO unique is that you don’t choose your armament. Instead, it takes on an RPG-style system in which you choose your heroes, and you get an entire package. This means that there’s little room for customization here, because each hero specialises in a specific weapon and fighting style.
In addition to a primary weapon, each hero (or heroine as some are female) carries a pack of inexhaustible grenades and two skills - passive and active. You can activate active skills any time you want during the battle.
Using each hero in battle gives them experience points. Once the gauge is filled up, you can level up his or her statistics in exchange for a certain amount of in-game cash. It may be tough at the beginning because your heroes are their lowest stats but, the more you play, the more powerful they become.
Another note about heroes - you can swap between each of them in between battles. If you get killed for instance, you can choose to leave the battle or to choose another hero to respawn with. You’ll have to get used to each and every hero you have in your team because you’ll be playing with them in turn.
The more heroes you have, the more times you can respawn in battle. Once you run out of heroes, you’re automatically defeated and you’re given your rewards based on your performance.
Controlling your character is very easy. You steer your character sideways, forward and backward using the D-pad on the left side of your device’s touchscreen. You control the camera with the right hand D-pad.
The camera is fully three-dimensional. You can shift to a fully first person view by pushing down on the control pad, for instance. It takes a bit of practice to fully master the camera control but, once you do so, you’ll be able to shift between different views seamlessly.
The aiming system is also something that takes a bit of practice to master. You cannot control when your character fires his or her weapon. Instead, you control only the aiming reticle. If the cross hairs find themselves aimed at an enemy, the character automatically fires.
You also cannot control jumping, but there are fixtures scattered all throughout the arena that lets you jump when you step on them.
FPS.IO is a very challenging FPS game, but it is also something that you wouldn’t want to stop playing once you got the hang of the mechanics. Best of all, the game is for free.