CamGun (Camera Call of Duty)
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Call of Duty for your Camera? CamGun is a fun way to use the camera on your phone by wielding a gun like a first person shooter - Call of Duty style.
Shoot your friends with a fully automatic M4 rifle or a SPAS12 shotgun and post it on Facebook. Also includes dual wielding SOCOM Mark23, a blue and red double-bladed Star Wars Light Saber, a Mini Gun, a GRENADE EASTER EGG, a crossbow, a paintbal...
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Category: Arcade & Action
Updated: March 08, 2012
Publisher: Black Ops Pops
Version 2.25 [3.04087 MB]
Yes, I just shot you by julesassange
Since the dawn of the camera phone man has dreamed of delivering ‘one to the head’ to fellow commuters, colleagues and, of course, the end-of-level-baddie: the boss. That dream is now a violent, blood-spattered reality thanks to Camgun, an app that lets you mow down any in the vicinity of your ‘droid’s camera. These guys have a new app in the market called Fear the Reaper too. Check it out. THE EXPERIENCE Camgun overlays a gun and sight onto your camera’s viewfinder and allows you to mete out lead-based justice to all who cross its path. There’s a dazzling array of weaponry on offer from dual 9mm pistols, to crossbows, to sub-machine guns, to knives, to hand grenades that can be deployed to devastating effect on your chosen quarry. Certain weapons have neat ‘Easter eggs’ included – a long tap on the screen when using the pistol brings up a second gun for ‘dual-wielding’, while sighting the sniper rifle brings up a reticule that can be used in standard or ‘night vision’ negative mode. Should you wish to record the ensuing carnage, you can snap a pic by hitting the ‘photo’ icon on the bottom left of the screen. Sadly, there’s no option to record video from the app. Camgun is a lot of fun and we’re sure you’ll revisit it periodically making the 86p outlay justifiable. It’s certainly a lot more fun than you can have with more or less anything else that costs less than $1. Feel free to correct us if you know of another, non-app use of 99 cents that’s more enjoyable…