Hungry Shark - Part 3
1,000,000 - 5,000,000 downloads
- Great timewaster-kind game
- Score online leaderboard
- Challenges and achievements that increase score
- 3D graphics improved - now HD
- Different environments
- The older catches has been solved, and we didn't find any, did you?
Hungry Sharks - Part 3 is a platform game in which you are a shark looking for food on the sea
This is the part 3 of Hungry Sharks (there's only paid version £3.25) that contains an underwater volcano complete with an evil genius' secret lair, Enemy Sharks, Massive Oil Rigs, Underwater Oil Slicks, Shark Finners, the mythical Kempy Bass plus more than 20 other new creature types to feast upon. What's more, it has overtaken the previous versions regarding 3D graphics, interface and amount of animals. The other parts are still on the market.
As all the animals on Earth, the sharks need to be fed. The sea is full of food to satisfy their appetite. So, help this one to survive by catching marine biodiversity and to survive in deep ocean.
There are different animals (and even human beings) to it, and depending on its size or on how rare they are, they will make you score more points. You will also get extra points by catching objects coming from the world above. The more you eat, the bigger you get. The shark's body size will change every time you level up. There's only one game mode, a sort of "Endless mode" in which you'll have to survive by feeding the shark and by avoiding marine mines, jelly belly and other enemies. However, you can get some achievements by completing challenges. You can shares your scores on online leaderboard to show other how good you manage the game.
The shark is controlled by tilt controls (to move), and alternate touch controls (to boost). The controls aren't as accurate as they should be, specially regarding tilt controls.
Hungry Sharks - Part 3 has been developed by Future Games of London, an emerging developer who has launched just this app and its updating releases.
Hungry Shark - Part 3is a good timewaster. We're missing more game modes and more accurate tilt controls, but the game is still really worth. High recommendable.
Hungry Shark Part 3 is the super-addictive sequel to the top selling iPhone game.
Part 3 contains an underwater volcano complete with an evil genius' secret lair, Enemy Sharks, Massive Oil Rigs, Underwater Oil Slicks, Shark Finners, the mythical Kempy Bass plus more than 20 other new creature types to feast upon.
Chomp your way to the top of the food chain in this fast-paced aquatic eat 'em-up. Binge on the beach, trawl the depths and raid the Antarctic to satisfy your appetite. Pick-up-and-play fun with beat-your-buddies online hiscores. Feeling peckish?
Feed your shark and grow to become the most formidable predator of the seas! But beware... this will soon attract the attention of armed shark hunters both above and below the waves.
Checkout the games press reviews at www.fgol.com -
+ BuzzFocus - 96%!
"Hungry Shark is addictive, simple to play and undeniably fun. You can play for hours and only skim the surface of what this game has to offer... This game is just that damn good."
+ Allemeineapps.de 5/5
+ TouchGold.de 4.5/5
+ AppSpy 4/5
+ WeDoTech 4.5/5
+ Full use of Tilt controls + alternate touch controls
+ An ocean full of food and enemies
+ Combo eating bonuses
+ Lost objects from the world above, find them all for big points
+ Hiscore tables: Private and Global, Last 24hrs, Your Country
+ Unlock achievements by completing 20+ new challenges!
+ Supports Move2sd so you can free up space on your phone
Log into checkout.google.com and check your order status if you have problems downloading. One off payment, no monthly charges.
HD Tablet version coming soon!
Part 1 & 2 also available in the Market.
Apologies for the crashes on 19th - 21st Dec, our update went bad. Now fixed.
3.6.0 - Added GetJar Rewards to unlock Upgrades for free!
3.6.0 - Added Restore Purchases button, in case of accidents.
3.6.0 - Now has Shark Upgrades: Blood Bath, Mega Shark and Treasure Map!
Some lists where this application appears: Reviewed by Emmanuel Lund.
The first version of Hungry Shark a little more clear its like they downgraded... it from 720p to 240p
Addictive really good