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Contract killer is exactly what the title says. You are basically a free lance merc that takes up contracts (by phone calls) for sniping drug lords or criminals.
After the 1st mission is done you are brought to a map of the city where there are icons of people to take missions, go to a store to buy new guns, and take missions that you have agreed to do. The map isn't really that big. There are also icons of monuments that are around that just give you info on the location that missions are around it.
As you level up new contracts are unlocked for you to do. They always consist of:
1.) Kill the boss and only the boss
2.) Kill everyone
3.) Tranqulize everyone to teach them a lesson
4.) Random ambushes where the enemy knows your their right off the bat.
The equiment you can buy is very basic, you have your medkits, snipers, shotguns, pistols, smg, rifle, tranqulizer guns, and armor (armour ;) ).
You are only allowed to carry 2 weapons (I reccomened a sniper since the targets are always so far away). The armor system requires you to but a new set everytime it runs out.
You always have challenges every day you log in, in co-op mode. Usally it says complete the missions in under 30 seconds, get x headshots in a row, etc, etc.
You also get bonus cash for logging in every day. Sadly this game has a lot of trouble connecting for the game to load up. This happens freqently. You can just ignore it and play it without it connecting but no co-op mode this way.
The graphics are quite nice for a cell phone game. Sometimes the game dosen't sense your fingers when you tell it to do something its rare but it happens. Some missions to kill the boss are a bit unfair, you are looking for the boss but hes never around. So you shoot someone to bring him out you get the "boss is escaping" alert and as you look around like a mad man he is nowhere to be found and escapes.
Every mission has a cooldown timer so you have to wait to accept new missions. You are also limited to an energy bar that uses 5 points for every mission and have to wait 5 min till you get one point back. As you level up you get +1 extra towards it. You also get new stages but in some your character loves to camp out in a wobbly platfrom where it sways side to side making your sniping a tad bit harder.
Lastly you have a weapon challange mode where the mission gives you a specific task to do with a certain weapon.
Overall your looking at a grinding game since its really dosen't seem to have a story mode to it. But it is quite fun.
So I give it 4 dancing faces.... out of 5.
(the other face dosen't seem to show up :o )