Feel like killing a little time by, well, killing things? Gunner Free Space Defender is a first person shooter for Android that does away with pesky distractions like having a story and actually bothering to move around.
In Gunner Free Space Defender you do two things: aim and shoot. Well, that could technically be three things, because you have both primary and secondary weapons. Your primary weapon has unlimited ammo, but with a catch: every shot you fire subtracts from your score. This weapon can also overheat, so you'll want to be careful with that itchy trigger finger.
You can swap weapons between missions, provided they are unlocked, and different weapons require you to alter your aim to make sure you hit your target. Two gameplay modes are provided: Campaign and Survival, and the game boasts 32 levels.
Gunner Free Space Defender seems to run on most devices running Android 2.2 and up, and will cost you $1.99 in the Google Play Store. If you want to try it out first, a free Lite version is available. For both links, hit up the sources section below the article.
Have you tried Gunner Free Space Defender? Did you think it was worth buying the full version?