10 More Bullets

10 More Bullets


So, how many ships can you destroy with 10 more bullets ? In this sequel of "10 Bullets", the objective remains the same : wait for the perfect spot and shoot to trigger massive chain reaction. And this time, upgrading your hero and collecting in game boosters will make it a total destruction.
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About 10 More Bullets
So, how many ships can you destroy with 10 more bullets ? In this sequel of "10 Bullets", the objective remains the same : wait for the perfect spot and shoot to trigger massive chain reaction. And this time, upgrading your hero and collecting in game boosters will make it a total destruction.

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A Google User
Mar 18, 2015
I liked it, but it runs out of things to do pretty quick.
A Google User
Mar 18, 2015
Wow Just the game I was looking for. There arent so many better apps in the Play Store but this one fits my resume.
A Google User
Mar 15, 2015
why WHY IS NO ONE DOWNLOADING THIS
A Google User
Mar 14, 2015
fun but needs more depth not bad but gets boring after you finish the achievements
A Google User
Mar 4, 2015
Great app. Not only is it one of the few games that works with phones with Android OS <4, but it is extremely smooth on my HTC Incredible. Keep in mind, the specs on it include 512 GB RAM, a single-core 1 GHz processor, and about 256 MB of ROM that the thing uses for application storage. Google recommends that developers use .75 GB of RAM for emulators. It's smooth. It's extremely smooth. 2048 doesn't even run that smooth. I love this game for that reason. If I could choose who I could learn OpenGL from, it would probably be these developers, because of how compatible with everything it is. Heck, if there isn't one already, I'd help develop an iOS port for this game. It's amazing, to simply put it.