You are on safari to make a photo report to save the local animal world from extinction.
How the game works is simple. Animals will move into the screen and, after some time, leave the screen. Meanwhile you must photograph them.
Besides the animals, there also poachers, which have to be shot with your real weapon. Kill them fast, or they will kill you.
If you kill an animal, then you get some penalty points.
The game itself offers different locations, from the desert to the jungle and a variety of different animals, like zebras, elephants, and others.
Safari Guns is an above-average first-person shooting gallery game, except in this game you have to shoot both bullets and pictures. Your job is to photograph a certain number of safari animals to pass each level before the film runs out. But at the same time, you must also be quick enough to switch to rifle to shoot the poachers before they shoot you. Requiring you to switch between the camera and the rifles is a nice twist that sets the game apart from other shooting gallery games, although the gameplay is still the same basic shoot-reload-shoot affair. Safari Guns is worth a look for its novel twist, but doesn't have enough gameplay variety to capture your interest for long. The variety of animals you can shoot is nice, though.
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