Cyber Hunter




A serious Fortnite competitor for Android


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Cyber Hunter is a multiplayer action game closely modeled after Fortnite, where you fight for your life against up to 100 opponents at the same time. This battle takes place on an enormous island full of weapons, vehicles, and other objects that you can use to your advantage.

Gameplay in Cyber Hunter is completely customizable. For example, weapons shoot automatically by default, in which case all you have to do is worry about your aim; but you can activate the manual mode if you prefer. You can also choose between several styles of play specifically for vehicles.

The main difference between Cyber Hunter and other similar Android games like PUBG or Rules of Survival is that you can construct all kinds of buildings, just like in Fortnite. You can build stairs, walls, floors, roofs, and more with the resources you collect as you play.

Just like other games in this genre, you can play alone, in pairs, or with teams of four. But no matter how you play, your objective is always the same: be the last one standing. To do this, you'll have tons of weapons at your disposal (machine guns, rifles, pistols, shotguns, etc.) and vehicles (cars, boats, ATVs, etc.).

Cyber Hunter is an excellent battle royale that successfully translates the experience of playing Fortnite to your Android smartphone. The game also has excellent graphics and two characters to choose from when you begin.
By Raúl Rosso
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Requires Android 4.1 or higher