Bulletproof for Amnesty International out now for iPhone
By Simon Burns On 24 Apr, 2011 At 07:15 PM | Categorized As iPhone, News, Reviews | With 0 Comments

MobiGame have released a brand new game, Bulletproof.

The game is released to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Amnesty international, and all of the proceeds will be going straight to the charity. Not only that, but Mobigame developed the game for free.

That’s no small thing, as developing a game not only takes money, but also time and human effort, so well done MobiGame. Bravo!

So, what’s the game like? Well it’s a gallery shooter, with a difference, as the atmospheric introduction movie will show you.

You play someone who is about to be executed by firing squad, and the aim of the game is to try to deflect the bullets before they hit you. When each soldier fires, a yellow shape will appear, Virtua Cop style. Touch the shape before the bullet hits that point and the shot deflects harmlessly away.

There are a number of levels to work through, each with either more soldiers or faster bullets, and the tenth level is really very difficult.

The best thing about the game is the atmosphere, with a lamp swinging back and forth across the room and the soldiers standing very still, and the bullets flying at you are very convincing. There’s a few options to mess about with and you can rewatch the trailer as many times as you want.

It’s all going to a great cause, and it’s a fun and actually pretty emotive game, so we are going to do the right thing and give it a charity score of 100%.

Not everyone is so generous, as MobiGame have told us that at least 80% of players are using pirated versions, which is a shocking stat. It’s for charity, it’s only 99 cents, and people still feel the need to steal the game.

For those of you who want to donate to a good cause and get a decent game as a reward, here is the link to the game on iTunes.

Bulletproof iTunes


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