When it comes to defining the user experience of the Hungry Shark World, my reaction comprises of a mixed bag more of the positive and less negative. However, when it comes to games, there is always the scope to better the version because of which there are always upgraded versions of all games adding even better features and versatility.
The Hungry Shark was easy to download from the Google Play store and plays fabulously on my smartphone. The 3D visual effects are mind blowing at times, although at other times I felt there could be better backdrops and more interesting scenes than the plain ones. The sound effect too carried off well on the smartphone as the attack and the counter-attack was in progress.
Though I have not had any complaint as of now when it comes to playing it, I have heard a friend of mine lament that the game seems to crash very often on his device rendering him unable to play at all. He too seems to have downloaded from the Google Play, though. Perhaps there is the need to check on the configuration compatibility.
My personal experience has been a smooth one this far and confirms the 4.4 rating that Google Play currently displays. I have found enough variety for the moment to play with the different grades of Sharks that are ever in search of food in the form of the creatures both on land and of course on the sea.
The land attacks seem to get limited at times as jumping out of the water and lurking around the beaches with more interesting human preys could probably be more fun. There are far too less number of humans that are on the beach to be devoured for the maximum number of points is 100. This calls for repeated swings on the land while also engaging in the underwater attack in the Crowd Surfer Mission. This mission could perhaps be modified with some interesting additions of land activities that will yield better results.
The missions to be accomplished seem to be fine with more than seventy-five of them, and there is always excitement waiting in the form of the Shark becoming stronger and fiercer unlocking the next level. As of now, there are six Sharks the ultimate being the mighty Megalodon that promises a lot. The looks of the Sharks are fierce and angry but probably they have a ridiculous look when they are armored with the Crab Fork or the other attack jackets.
With so much to offer the game naturally tends to be expensive especially if the lower levels are to be bypassed. Like a lot of people, I did make it a practice to be patient and collect the daily quota of the coins and the gems by tapping on the shops. i have also tried several sites that offers Hungry shark evolution cheats but not found the reliable one and left them without completing. Then there is also the map to that becomes very useful when collecting the daily reward treasure chest for four consecutive days. The overall playing experience was good with the prudent use of the resources as in all games.…