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It's Killing Time

by Eric Bonholtzer

2015

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(based on 5 ratings)
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About the Story

Experience the unstoppable power of your imagination in a game where your choices as an assassin control the story! Set off on a tense thrill-ride as you travel the glamorous, fast-paced world of murder-for-hire, dressed to kill, driving exotic cars with outlandish weapons in the trunk. Will you be a spiritual hitman or hitwoman, a ruthless assassin, a total psychopath, or a righteous killer? The choice is yours. It's Killing Time by publisher Choice of Games and author Eric Bonholtzer is a #Top10 AppStore & Android indie role-playing game. Join the movement and play this interactive text-based adventure filled with suspense and mystery today! www.itskillingtime.com Download now! #ios https://appsto.re/us/B52n7.i #android #GooglePlay https://goo.gl/wvgxC5 Also available on Amazon Kindle (Android Smartphones andTablets) and Google Chrome Store (for desktop computer).


Game Details

Language: English (en)
First Publication Date: June 26, 2015
Current Version: Unknown
License: Commercial
IFID: Unknown
TUID: wfulqnwlueu660ta

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Itís Killing Time features a great storyline, as well, and takes readers on a journey as a hitman or hitwoman who embarks on a series of missions. Each choice determines the personality of your character, as well as their fate and how the story progresses. Something Iíve noticed about books that follow the same format as Itís Killing Time is that they tend to be a little cheesy and boring after a while. I can honestly say that this book is anything but boring. I found myself periodically going back to my iPhone in order to continue reading even while I wasnít studying the app for this review.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
Shoot stuff and kill people, March 10, 2021
by MathBrush
Related reviews: about 2 hours

This is pretty much as straightforward as you get with Choice of Games. You are a professional assassin. In this game, you kill people and watch people get killed. There is also some professional association with other assassins.

There are some plot twists, but the majority of the game is violent shooting and fighting scenes, in the vein of John Wick, Jason Bourne, or that Shooter movie.

That's never been my genre (I haven't seen John Wick, for instance), but even from a position of inexperience I felt like the big moments in the story didn't fully land. Frequently the game takes over for a few minutes to pilot you through some actions that you do.

Stats are straightforward but meager. My highest stat was 27/100 by the end of the game and you get an achievement for getting 30/100. Some checks have pretty high difficulty, and I failed several times.

The high points for me were the pace of the action and the several mysteries threaded through the game.

I received a review copy of this game.


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