10 Best Shooting Games Download Free

Updated on: May 2023

Best Shooting Games Download Free in 2023

Cops N Robbers (FPS) - Mine Mini Game With Survival Multiplayer Free

Cops N Robbers (FPS) - Mine Mini Game With Survival Multiplayer Free
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2023
  • Worldwide FPS game
  • Pixel Shooting
  • Craft Battle
  • Multiplayer

Sniper 3D Assassin: Shoot to Kill - Best Shooting Game by Fun Games For Free

Sniper 3D Assassin: Shoot to Kill - Best Shooting Game by Fun Games For Free
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2023
  • Ultra realistic 3D graphics and cool animations
  • Hundreds of thrilling missions
  • Play in multiple battlegrounds, from huge cities to beautiful beaches
  • Tons of letal guns and mortal weapons
  • Addicting FPS gameplay
  • Easy and intuitive controls
  • Free game: play it both on your phone and tablet


BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2023
  • ✪ Skins for every taste
  • ✪ Flexibleraphics settings
  • ✪ More than 30 types of weapons
  • ✪ In-game combat vehicles
  • ✪ Auto shooting
  • ✪ Massive map size;
  • ✪ Easy, intuitive control.


BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2023
  • Immerse yourself in diverse environments filled with over 100 animal species! Watch out for attacking predators including bears, wolves, and cheetahs! Hunting deer is just the beginning!
  • Enjoy endless customization as you perfect your weapons. Upgrade magazines, scopes, stocks, barrels and more! Take hunting to the next level!
  • Compete for bragging rights as you bag the biggest animals with GameCircle achievements and leaderboards!

Cover Fire: Shooting Games

Cover Fire: Shooting Games
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2023
  • The New Shooter experience. Join the resistance and Command this revolution like a real war hero.
  • Modern CONTROL that bring you an UNIQUE and immersive FEELING
  • HD Graphics with DESTRUCTIBLE ENVIRONMENTS, detailed scenes full of particles and grapeshot...
  • Supply yourself with a HUGE REAL ARSENAL. You have never seen so realistic guns in shooter games: pistols, shotguns, rifles, snipers, grenades…

Mission Destruction

Mission Destruction
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2023
  • 6 awesome Characters to choose from
  • Over 20 levels to Play
  • Smooth Gameplay
  • Easy Controls
  • A lot of fun
  • Classic space shooting game
  • Stunning graphics.

Block City Wars - Game & skins export to minecraft

Block City Wars - Game & skins export to minecraft
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2023
  • Block City Wars it is a multiplayer shooter on one grand map!
  • It's PVP Deathmatch and Sandbox mode.
  • Great variety of guns, cars, tanks, helicopter and boats.
  • Pass different missions.
  • Great City! If you are GTA fan - you will like it!
  • Use Jetpack to flight!

Shooting Bubbles of Oz i

Shooting Bubbles of Oz i
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2023
  • Fun game.
  • Seems easy but it is challenging.
  • Cool awesome 3 world, just keep going.

Code of War: Online Shooter

Code of War: Online Shooter
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2023
  • Modern 3D graphics
  • Huge selection of weapons and upgrades of your soldier
  • Lots of camouflages and decals
  • Lots of unique battlegrounds
  • Intuitive clear control system, that will be as good for newbies as for hardcore players
  • Complete daily missions and improve your fighter
  • Talk with players in the country chat
  • Dynamic battles, furious action, you will have no time for rest

Flying Horse Transform Robot Cowboy Robot Games – Super Robot Battle With Robot Transforming Games. Download Mech Robot Fighting Games Free & Enjoy Futuristic Robot Shooting Games

Flying Horse Transform Robot Cowboy Robot Games – Super Robot Battle With Robot Transforming Games. Download Mech Robot Fighting Games Free & Enjoy Futuristic Robot Shooting Games
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2023
  • Ultimate horse robot fighting game
  • Mech robot shooting game with cowboy robot transforming
  • Thrilling robot transforming animations

Top First-Person Shooter Games Holiday 2020/2020

This fall and winter, a bevy of AAA first-person shooter titles are coming out for console and PC. A look at some of the best bets for late 2020 and early 2020.

Halo: Reach is a Big Deal. Way back in 2001 former Macintosh game developer Bungie struck it rich with Halo: Combat Evolved, a refined shooter that proved to the public that the genre could exist in the land of controllers and joysticks. If not for Halo, it's likely many of the following shooters wouldn't exist in their current forms. Now, having created a multi-billion dollar franchise and one of the greatest recent game series of all time, Bungie is bowing out and handing the reins to publisher Microsoft. Reach is a prequel to Combat Evolved, taking place on the planet Reach as its human defenders try to stop an alien onslaught. The spoiler is that involved fans already know from the beginning that the humans lose: creating a compelling narrative in spite of such defeat seems a tall task, but Bungie is a studio that can deliver.

If you didn't know about Reach coming out, you must have had your head under a rock: Microsoft has been marketing this title more than anything it has before (including the last major blockbuster Halo title, Halo 3 from 2020.) But beyond the hype, Bungie's game promises gameplay refinements, a giant leap forward in graphic fidelity for the series, excellent music from maestro Martin O'Donnell, and callbacks to the original game. It's safe to say Bungie will be going out with a bang, not a whimper.

Medal of Honor
Release date: October 12, 2020 (North America)
Platforms: Windows PC, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3

The Medal of Honor series pretty much shaped the World War II shooter genre, but eventually it fell into stagnation. The Call of Duty series solved this by ditching the tired Nazi formula for modern warfare, and this reboot of the Medal of Honor franchise likewise moves up forward to the warfields of Afghanistan (1).

Development of the game is being handled by two studios: Electronic Arts' internal studios are handling the game's campaign mode, while the multiplayer offering is being developed by DICE (the famed developer of the Battlefield series). The game features a system of battle classes, each with weapon loadouts for multiplayer action. It remains to be seen whether this reboot of the series will click with gamers, but the developers' efforts (EA recorded authentic helicopter noises and real Apache pilots helped write campaign dialogue) offer a promising outlook (2).

Call of Duty: Black Ops
Release date: November 9, 2020
Platforms: Windows PC, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii

Having successfully brought the Call of Duty franchise into the 2000s with Modern Warfare and Modern Warfare 2, developer Treyarch took over from Infinity Ward and is sending the series back to retro by setting Black Ops in the Cold War era, once that hasn't been particularly picked over as a shooter setting. It remains to be seen how much the gameplay might be modified to reflect the realities of the period, but from previews the gameplay shifts from intense firefights to more stealth-oriented missions (3). Treyarch has always been seen as the lesser Call of Duty developer (Infinity Ward's games have generally met with better praise), but it seems on track to make a solid entry in the venerable shooter series .

Release date: February 22, 2020
Platforms: Windows PC, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3

Ok. Until now we've been talking about sequels of established, big franchises. And while I like Halo, and thus another Halo is good, we gamers like a bit of variety too. Enter Bullestorm, a game that promises to be delightfully and refreshingly over the top. As Giesen Cacho of the Mercury News wrote, "[Bulletstorm is] infectious. Part of it is the solid concept, another part is the over-the-top action and as much as I hate to admit it, part of it is the dialogue. Yes, I know it sounds like it's written by an 8-year-old with a playground vocabulary, but it does match the cheesy comic book style that the developer, People Can Fly, was aiming for" (4).

That mostly sums up Bullestorm, then. Rather than the historical action of Call of Duty or future military sci-fi of Halo, Bulletstorm puts you in the shoes of an exiled space pirate and drunkard fighting zombies and mutants of all shapes and sizes. Dispatching enemies in interesting ways via marked skill shots nets you points, upgrades, and bragging rights (5). If you're looking for a meaningful story or excellent dialogue, this probably isn't going to be the game you pick up. But for those looking for ridiculous enemies and excessively large weaponry, Bulletstorm is shaping up to be the game to get in early 2020.

Release date: TBA 2020
Platforms: Xbox 360, PlayStation 3

Bodycount is a spiritual successor to Black, a game noted for the amount of destruction players could wage and its innovative sound design. Ultimately the game didn't have the core replay value, and its largely forgotten as just another shooter only a few years old now, but with Bodycount developer Codemasters are hoping for a "pure" shooter that is refined over what came before (). Players follow the adventures of John and Jane Doe as John heads into a confrontation with a femme fatale that's apparently modeled after Lady Gaga (6). For some people, the chance to plug Gaga full of holes, albeit virtually, might be all the incentive they need.

Described as a "glossy techno thriller", Bodycount has a heavily-inspired arcade style of play. When enemies are killed, they instantly spill out spheres of "Intel", which when collected are used for character upgrades. Players can choose to hug cover for protection, or else just blast through much of the destructible terrain and forge their own paths. All this is wrapped up in lots of sexual banter and machismo, which may be just what players want. Either way, as this list shows, for anyone with the mind to blow something up, game developers have every brand you could want covered.

* (1) Reilly, Jim (December 2, 2020). "EA Announces Medal of Honor Reboot". IGN. Retrieved September 10, 2020.
* (2) Varanini, Giancarlo (August 19, 2020). "Medal of Honor Hands-On". Gamespot. Retrieved September 9, 2020.
* (3) Scott, Ryan; Will Tuttle (June 4, 2020). "E3 2020: Call of Duty: Black Ops". Gamespy. Retrieved September 11, 2020.
* (4) Cacho, Gieson (June 27, 2020). "Bulletstorm one of my favorite games at E3". Mercury News. Retrieved September 11, 2020.
* (5) Miller, Matt (June 14, 2020). "EA Shows of the Explosive Power of Bulletstorm". Game Informer. Retrieved September 11, 2020.
* (6) Clements, Ryan (June 11, 2020). "E3 2020: Bodycount Preview". IGN. Retrieved September 8, 2020.

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