IMPORTANT: You must install this app through the Uptodown official app. The file includes additional OBB data, so it is not compatible with a traditional package installer. Critical Ops is a first-person multiplayer shooter which goes something like this: there are two teams made up of up to six players: terrorists and anti-terrorists. There are also two of maps and depending on your team, your job is to place or deactivate a bomb or simply get rid of as many opponents as you possibly can. Controls are perfectly adapted to touchscreen smartphones. On the left-hand side of the screen, you’ll find the virtual stick. In order to rotate the camera and aim your gun, you just have to slide your finger towards the right side of the screen. You can also find the shoot, reload, jump, and duck buttons on the right side. There are very obvious similarities between this game and Counter-Strike. You can even find similarities in the repertoire where you’ll find several different sub-machine guns, assault rifles, sniper rifles or shotguns. And don’t forget that you can also grab firearms and weapons from the bad guys you've already taken out. Critical Ops in an outstanding FPS multiplayer in every way. This really is one of the best games inside this genre for Android, even better than Critical Strike Portable which was developed by the same studio.
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