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  • Summary: The follow up to the #1 Sniper game on the App Store worldwide has arrived! 17+ NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN! Minimum requirements: iPhone 3GS, iPod touch 3rd generation• As the sharpest hitman around, Tyler Smith gets the job done. But his career choice has forced him to face his greatest struggle yet, to get back what his heart desires the most.• AIM AND SHOOT! Grab your rifle and make sure to get a clear shot!Feature Overview: ? Animated Cut Scenes ? Blood and Gore Animation ? Daily Newspaper ? 25 Missions ? Retina Display Support ? 10 Weapons ? Wind and Distance Calculation ? Cool game world? The follow up to "Clear Vision (17+)"? Based on "Clear Vision" Flash GameVisit us on Facebook Collapse
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  1. Feb 19, 2013
    The developers aren't kidding when they say the game is suitable for those 17 years and over, but Clear Vision 2 isn't the feast of gratuitous violence for violence's sake that you might be expecting. Instead it's a fascinating gaming experience, one that's expertly crafted and told with a very keen eye for black humor rather than outright offense.
  2. Feb 13, 2013
    Clear Vision 2 is far from perfect, but we still had a lot of fun playing it.
  3. Feb 14, 2013
    Clear Vision 2 is a great follow up to the original game. It’s a lot of the same thing but I like that it keeps going with the same story and delves deeper into Tyler’s troubled life. Fans of the original will want to pick this sequel up, especially since it’s only $0.99. My only complaint is that it can be repetitive and the missions are short, but this can also be seen as a benefit for those only wanting to distract themselves for a few minutes during the day.
  4. Mar 6, 2013
    Clear Vision 2 almost feels unfinished. The large city map and hugely expanded stock of rifles available suggest you’re in for a much longer experience this time around, but it all ends with a weirdly shoehorned-in first-person shootout, after which the plot is tied up and credits roll.
  5. Feb 19, 2013
    A short, unambitious, and utterly superfluous sequel to a game that already offered little beyond its bawdy, juvenile sense of humour.
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