Vinnie's Shooting Yard 5

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Rating: 4.62/5 stars (170 ratings)

Vinnie's Shooting Yard 5 Instructions

Aim as fast as you can with your mouse and shoot with the left mouse button in this first-person shooting game. When you're low on ammo, or have an empty clip, hit the spacebar to reload. Take enemies out before they shoot at you, and upgrade your weapons (and unlock levels) as the game goes on.

Vinnie's Shooting Yard 5 Walkthrough

Vinnie's Shooting Yard 5 is a shooting game that doesn't hold any punches. Instead of walking around and looking for your targets, they'll come right up to you - and you'll have to take out simultaneous enemies, if you're not careful. With four levels to choose from, and three guns to upgrade to, Vinnie's Shooting Yard 5 is a fast-paced game that will push your skills to their limit.

The first level consists of a few rooftops and office buildings. It's easy to tell when you've been shot, as the game indicates getting hit with a gruesome blood splatter, but if the enemy shooting at you happens to be behind a window, you'll have to look hard to find them. Not only that, enemies won't wait for you to take them out - if you don't get one shooter, another will come out from the shadows regardless.

And, with three different difficulties, trying out this shooting game on easy difficulty, first, is probably your best bet. On easy, enemies will shoot (and reveal themselves) much slower, so you'll be able to aim and preserve what life you have much better. If you're going for a headshot, which kills every enemy in one hit (where 4-5 body shots kill them), aiming is everything, and easy mode will give you a better chance of survival.

Vinnie's Shooting Yard 5 is a great first-person shooter for anyone who likes fast-paced, tense gameplay. Not to mention that the game will throw a few curveballs here and there: some enemies will walk right up to you, and others are sometimes almost impossible to see. With four levels to gun down, three difficulties to choose from, and a whole lot of ammo to use up, this shooting game won't disappoint you in the least.