Day of the Viper
Battlefield IV is a Shooter, Simulation, Adventure, Single-player, and Multiplayer video game developed by Electronic Arts. It is the sequel to Battlefield 3 and comes up with some diligent features but a similar kind of gameplay. Throughout the game, the player serves as a shooter whose main mission is to shoot all the enemies around and be the master of the Battlefield.
While inspecting the playfield, the player views the environment from a first-person perspective. The game’s HUD comprises two compact rectangles where the lower left-hand corner features a mini-map and compass, and the right one includes an ammo counter. The top right displays kill notifications of all the players.
The top left corner of the screen features a chat window where the guild-mates can remain in contact with one another. Weapon customization allows the player to modify primary, secondary, and melee weapons with different equipment. Most weapons have a default setting for firing modes such as semi-automatic, the feature allows the player to spot the targets.
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Day of the Viper is an Adventure, Shooter, and Single-player video game developed by Major Developments. Throughout the game, the player serves as a protagonist, where the main mission is to shoot all the foes and obstacles trying to rule the base. While inspecting the world, the player views the environment from a first-person perspective.
The Sun League has attacked against the corrupted and oppressive computer masters for a defense base. The only hope is the player to reactivate the planet’s defenses and he ha to fulfill the hopes of people. The player must find floppy disks scattered through the stations to reboot that evil computer.
The player has to fight 33 types of little robots to complete this task. The game offers 25 levels, and each level offers an automatic map to explore. The player can use turbo-lifts to get to them. The game has core features such as 33 Robots, First-person Perspective, 25 Levels, and Shooting Adventure.