1. First, you will be taught how to set your mobile phone as a real gun. The volume button is the key point, you should take it seriously.
2. After you finished your setting, you will meet another page which will you can choose the training mode and more items.
3. There are three training modes: training 1, training 2 and training 3. The training 1 is mainly training you to learn using different kinds of guns. The training 2 is training you at different places such as ship to shoot targets and the targets may moves. The training 3 is training you to use cold weapon such as hands, sword, whip, hidden weapons and so on.
4. The events and campaign are designed for VIP. If you want to take events such as an Olympic shooting or take a war, you need to become a VIP.
5. If you feel this app is good, you can share it with your friends and family and please give me 5 starts. If you find any one problem of this app, please inform me.
Keeping Fire is a very good gun game app for android. If you like guns and you want to grasp different guns to shoot, Keeping Fire can provided this chance to you.
Keeping Fire is phone gun and it can simulate many different guns. You can play CS in the real world with this app. Don’t forget to open the media volume in your mobile phone. When you shoot you will hear the score and the sound of fire.
Free cell phone gun apps can be found a lot on the internet, but I would like to recommend this one to you, because it has several advantages: it can simulate many different kinds of guns: its sound effect is very good; it can provide events or war mode for VIP. I hope it can give you a good time when you have nothing to do.
A sword is a bladed weapon which is used primarily for cutting or thrusting. The precise definition of the term varies with the historical epoch or the geographical region.
In the narrowest sense, a sword is made up with a straight blade with two edges and a hilt. However, in some cases the term could also refer to weapons with a single edge.
The word sword, in fact, comes from the Old English sweord, cognate to Old High German swert, Old Norse sverð, from a Proto-Indo-European root *swer- "to wound, to cut". Non-European weapons named "sword" include single-edged weapons such as the Middle Eastern saif, the Chinese dao and the Japanese katana. The Chinese jian, in fact, is an example of a non-European double-edged sword, like the European models derived from the double-edged Iron Age sword.