Dino Hunter: Deadly Shores is a first-person action game where you play a dinosaur hunter who’s traveled to a mysterious island to face the fiercest creatures on earth.
Dino Hunter: Deadly Shores is very similar to Deer Hunter: players go on a number of different missions where your objective is always to bring back a certain type of wild game. The only difference, obviously, is that in this case the game consists of dinosaurs of every kind.
The missions in Dino Hunter: Deadly Shores are in general quite short: if you’re a skilled enough gunslinger, you may even complete them in under two minutes. That said, be careful not to agitate the more aggressive dinosaurs.
As you get through the missions, you’ll be able to acquire new weapons: shotguns, sniper rifles, machine guns, crossbows, rocket launchers, and much more—all part of your arsenal after you buy them with your bounty money.
As the latest installment of the Glu’s Hunting Series, this time we won’t leave to shoot down defenseless animals, but dinosaurs instead in some sort of Jurassic Hunting Preserve. Many of them are defenseless, too, so we are still to see some kind of pedagogy in any of these games of venery; but others really aren’t and will attack as soon as they spot you.
The gameplay hasn’t changed much, either, but has somehow become more thrilling and challenging. Indeed, this may well be the hardest of Glu’s hunting games. In other words, the most dangerous, because many preys will become in rabid balls of fangs and talons when hurt. Others need to be attacked at weak points or several times to be shot down, otherwise they bite and tear human hunters nearby (namely: you)
The usual Glu’s free to play formula applies here, and if you play for a while every day you can eternally play it for free. This doesn’t mean there isn’t a wide array of in-app purchases to boost your weaponry, of course.
In conclusion, the most comprehensive and thrilling installment of the series, a new flagship for one of Glu’s most successful franchises.