Contract Killer 2

Developer: Glu Games Inc

Current Version: 1.0.1

Last Updated: 4 years ago

Download Size: 382.5 MB - Download

Description:

You are Jack Griffin, the ultimate Contract Killer. Experience an intense, international storyline combining long-range kill shots and close-range melee attacks. To survive in this line of work, you have to sneak your way in, shoot your way out!

1ST-PERSON SNIPER CONTRACTS
Use scopes and silencers to conduct long-range assassinations

3RD-PERSON ASSAULT CONTRACTS
Use cover and stealth to sneak up on your enemies and perform devastating melee attacks or just blast away! It’s your choice.

FREQUENT KILLER CLUB CARD
Complete dozens of unique Challenges to earn titles, badges, and big rewards.

HUGE VARIETY OF OBJECTIVES
Assassinate high-profile targets, Eliminate all enemies at street level, Survive sudden ambushes, Defuse hidden bombs, and Ghost your way through enemy lines.

CUSTOMIZABLE WEAPON KIT
Upgrade weapons with scopes, silencers, and magazines and outfit Jack with throwing knives, body armor, and brass knuckles.

PLEASE NOTE:
- This game is free to play, but you can choose to pay real money for some extra items, which will charge your iTunes account. You can disable in-app purchasing by adjusting your device settings.
- This game is not intended for children.
- Please buy carefully.
- Advertising appears in this game.
- This game may permit users to interact with one another (e.g., chat rooms, player to player chat, messaging) depending on the availability of these features. Linking to social networking sites are not intended for persons in violation of the applicable rules of such social networking sites.
- A network connection is required to play.
- For information about how Glu collects and uses your data, please read our privacy policy at: www.Glu.com/privacy
- If you have a problem with this game, please use the game’s “Help” feature.

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Most Helpful Reviews

5/5
Version 1.0.1
Review by RandomlyAnonymous12345

I beat the game WITHOUT buying anything - When I started to play this game, it was pretty confusing, but it is possible to beat it without buying any in app purchase. I’ve only played this for a couple of months and I didnt have a lot of free time on my hands. All you have to do is know what to buy, when to buy it, and how much money you’ll need to get it. Usually meele kills would be ideal, because they give you money, and you just have to have patience. And every now and then l buy a flash grenade or a reactix pill to help, but it isn’t that difficult. Finally, there is a point in the game where there are no more contracts. This is Chapter 9 in the game if anyone’s wondering. Also the highest level you can achieve is level 20.

Found helpful by 15 out of 35 people
1/5
Version 1.0.1
Review by (_*_) (_*_)

WARNING - THEY WILL TAKE YOUR $$$$$$ - ONLY 20 LEVLS - I was enjoying this game, and of course purchasing credits to make it through the levels. What I didn’t realize is that ONCE YOU CLEAR LEVEL 20 - THE GAME STOPS WORKING. I bought a credit pack to get me through level 20, then the game JUST STOPPED. No challenges, no missions, no way to go backwards and replay levels. With all that $$$$$ just sitting on the screen…. I contacted Glu customer service. It took over a month and here is their response: We have recovered some very old ticket threads lost in the system; we apologize for the long delay in answering. The Mac version of Contract Killer 2 has a level cap of 20. If you have lost currency from purchases, please contact the iTunes store customer service to inquire about your purchase and request help regarding this loss of currency issue.. Apple does not allow developers to handle billing issues. If you get an answer saying that In-App purchases are the responsibility of the developer, please insist that they assist you as we have no way of accessing their purchase records. We are the developer and do not have access to any account or billing information on the iTunes App Store. We hope this information assists you and we sincerely apologize for the inconvenience. Of course, I contacted Apple, and they said it was not their problem and to contact Glu...

Found helpful by 97 out of 101 people

More Reviews for Current Version

2/5
Version 1.0.1
Review by SniperLyfe

Good gameplay and is intreging, but needs SEVERE improvement - This game is fun, but it has many, many bugs. First, you can still access the dock and the toolbar on mac, which exits out of the game and opens other apps; it doesnt even pause the game when doing that. Second, in certain ghost missions, you REQUIRE knives. There is an enemy beyond reach of melee and you cant move on without taking him out. I had to reinstall the game and restart because of that. Third, the first weapon you buy is full of crap especcially if a smg is MORE POWERFUL than a SNIPER RIFLE! Is that even logical. The first weapon you buy is the Bronson, and i saved up in a matter of 10 mins to get the raptor smh, which is more powerful than the rifle itself!!! These are many reasons why Glu should get its sh#t together and create a good Contract Killer 3. The game is also full of other weird features such as unlocking certain things at different levels, in real life, if you were to go to a gun store to get a silencer or a scope, would the cashier say: “sorry sir, you need to be level 7 to get a universal silencer.”. Is that even logical?! Anyone who works at Glu, if you are reading this, please fix the bugs i stated above and seriosly think about inproving the game.

Found helpful by 89 out of 102 people
4/5
Version 1.0.1
Review by Mu Mu muuuuuu?

Great game!!! Needs fixing. - Overall high quality game. Fun, addictive. Decent graphics but outdated (similar to N64 Goldeneye). Good price (not including In-App purchases). Voice acting also not bad. Suggestions: Maybe could use a bit more variety in the gameplay. More melee attack animations. Maybe it would be cool to choose the melee animation based where you click in the yellow part of the circle. Being able to move freely would be fun, as well as having the option to use the specific control movent as it is. Silencers, med pacs, etc, just too difficult to get starting out. Major gripes/Must fix: The cursor issue-It becomes difficult to continue the game if the menu bar is activated while trying to aim. Everytime I move to extreme ends of the screen. The dock/drop down menu appears, which results in applications opening unnecessarily, functions being activated. Reload issue-After unloading a whole magazine, you automatically take cover to reload which is fine but only if you stay down and not pop up to get faced with bullets flying at you. Headshots could more effective, sometimes it take a few headshots to get a headshot let alone a body shot. If a character is not wearing armor he should take more damage. 5 Stars from me if these issues get fixed. And I’m waiting…. Can't ask much for a free game right folks? Highly recommended if you need your Hitman fix.

Found helpful by 8 out of 20 people
2/5
Version 1.0.1
Review by SHOOTERMEDIC

If you plan to succeed in this game, bring your wallet! - This game is exigently difficult if not impossible to be sucessful in unless you purchase by way of iTunes weapons, tools and med packs required to be effective. The only reason I describe it using "exigently difficult" is I am pretty confident some troll from Glu Games will jump up to say "See, I beat the game without spending money and it only took me 11 months!" if I was to use the term "impossible". I am quite surprised this game somehow rates a 4-star review despite most all the reviews I have read thus far point out this very same fact. The game itself would be prety decent for the modest cost but not so much in that it is bait for roping a hapless player into buying more stuff (a few bucks at a time). The fact they want cash from you at every turn turns me off to it completely. In fact, where I would have continued to play the game if it was possible to be sucessful without buying stuff; that option is gone forever because I don't like businesses that takes advantage to make profit.

Found helpful by 75 out of 80 people
4/5
Version 1.0.1
Review by helppleaz.

Not bad for free but I could use some help... - So basically I’ve been playing this game and it’s grown on me. But I’m stuck on a level that requires throwing knives and my only option right now is to actually pay money to buy knives for this level. You can earn throwing knives with melee kills but that is not possible for me to do. So if I want to reach higher levels without pulling out my debit card I have to reset the game. Ive tried deleting it and reinstalling but all my information turned out to be saved and it just put me where I left off. Anyone know how to start from square one? If you do let me know please:) By the way, I really think the developers of this game should make throwing knives purchaseable with cash you earn from the contracts, if the developers actually read these...

Found helpful by 4 out of 4 people
1/5
Version 1.0.1
Review by Andy2khou

Even worse than the moblie version - Pay wall, but it is possible to win… until you realize that even the biggest “free” gun is underpowered. Some commands are overlapped (like placing bombs), dock isn’t disabled (as in, you can move to your dock and click out of the game), exiting the game doesn’t even pause it, necks do some sort of freakish rubber band sometimes, the story is bad, the story isn’t even finished, it doesn’t have half of the content the mobile version does, stealth is half baked, AI is dumb, automatically coming back out of cover after a reload is dumber, it looks pretty bad, and it is pretty bad. It was two stars at most on moblie… the mobile version actually finished the story, at least. If you really want a cover based shooter with a massive pay wall from Glu, get contract killer sniper on a mobile device. Not that CKS is a much better game, but it certainly trumps this pile of crap! I actually enjoyed CK1 quite a bit. It’s sad to see this abomination come after it. Many people would call this half-baked. This wasn’t even put in the oven. This is Glu at it’s typical- freemium all the way with the least amount of effort put into what could have been a somewhat decent game.

Found helpful by 30 out of 42 people
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