Parents' Guide to

Bullet Force

By Paul Semel, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 18+

Awkward, violent online first-person shooter just isn't fun.

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Community Reviews

age 12+

Based on 6 parent reviews

age 18+

Don't Play this game!!

Alright.....there are many issues with this game 1.even though chat has bad word filter , it can't identify when the words are split(When I type'Idiot' , it will not show but I can fool this filter by typing 'Id io t') 2.This is a pay to win sort of game - even though the developers say this game needs skill , it is not true. After lvl 17 you will be forced to play with elite players(players who know how to kill properly) .They have better weapons than you so you won't have a chance with them. 3.Next is the spammers and hackers, this game does not have a proper system to remove these people so you got 2 options , leave or bear with them. 4.Bugs and Issues - Players are fed up with this game because they constantly get kicked for no reason. Sometimes the server doesn't work. Other bugs include constant lagging and other stuff.. I guess that's all , this game is pretty decent when it comes to maps and game modes.... What I am trying to conclude is that this game has a lot of flaws , this game is not even properly completed yet , unlike games out there , the options here is so limited.All you can do is to pick a gun and shoot , nothing else , trust me there will be no fun in this after a while. If you are seriously into FPS browser games , try games like Krunker or Venge because games like these does not contain adult content or brutal violence... Have a good day!

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Too much consumerism
age 17+

You can't play it FA or conquest tell you rank 17 an then when you reach 17 it tells u the games are for new players considering i just ranked 17 im new players its so hard to get in to a game you spend all day trying to find a game it will let you in to

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (6):
Kids say (16):

Like so many mobile first-person shooters before it, this one again shows why this kind of game only works when you have a controller or keyboard. In Bullet Force, you use modern military weapons to engage in online gunfights in such typical locations as a city, a forest, and a Middle Eastern outpost -- though it does mix things up, if only a little, by also holding them in a park, a Japanese garden, and (disturbingly) an office. This also has the usual types of gunfights, including "Free for All," in which it's everyone for themselves; the capture point mode "Conquest"; "Gun Game," where everyone has the same weapon, but it's constantly being swapped for another; and, of course, "Team Deathmatch." But while this would be generic if it were on a console or computer, it's actually worse as a mobile game since its controls are so awkward. Doubly so because the part of the screen you press to shoot is right next to where you slide your finger to aim. And no, everyone having this handicap doesn't make it any better -- just that much more frustrating. Which is why Bullet Force is as dull as its uncreative name suggests.

App Details

  • Devices: iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Android
  • Pricing structure: Free
  • Release date: March 14, 2018
  • Category: Action Games
  • Publisher: Blayze Games
  • Version: 1.3.4
  • Minimum software requirements: Requires iOS 8.0 or later; Android 4.2 and up
  • Last updated: May 31, 2022

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