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Ricochet Kills 3: Level Pack

DoraBang bang, he shot me down. Bang bang, I hit the ground. Bang bang, that awful sound. Bang bang, Mibix shot me down. Sound familiar? That's because Ricochet Kills 3: Level Pack is another batch of stages for its predecessor where you'll be playing the meanest silhouette in town and using physics to puzzle out how to take out all the marks on each level with a limited amount of bullets. Just aim with the mouse and click to fire, sending out a bullet that will bounce around... even off other people! The catch is that while some surfaces will keep your projectile going or can even be used to kill nearby targets, others will simply absorb your shot. While the Level Pack has a ton of cunningly laid out levels that force you to approach them more as a puzzle than an exercise in blind luck, it does unfortunately feel like luck still factors into it from time to time when the physics (and explosives) don't always react reliably. It helps, however, to remember that even if it looks like there's nothing there you can still ricochet your shots off the top, bottom, and sides of the screen. The result is a simple but stylish little game that'll test your aim with some very tricky stages for a coffee break or two.

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