The usual variations of virtual control options should be available when the game ships, too, though I was quite adept with the default setup. There's also support for gyroscope aiming, though I've never been able to get very comfortable with that sort of thing, and I'd imagine support for Gameloft's sort of strange Duo Gamer controller will be in there as well.
The gunplay in Modern Combat 4 is satisfying. Enemies displayed intelligence as they utilized cover, split up to try and flank your group, and were generally aware of when it's a bad time to be out in the open. The combat scenarios still had that kind of mechanical feel which is typical of these games – progress a bit through the level, wipe out a group of baddies, progress a bit further, run into more baddies, and so on – but a smarter enemy AI and the use of the Havok physics engine for enemy death animations creates more of a natural vibe. Enemies will instantly go ragdoll once killed, creating some interesting death animations, and they appear to utilize their skills in different ways each time you play. I ran through the same section of the first mission twice, and it felt different enough each time that it helped eliminate the cookie-cutter feeling that these scripted sort of events can sometimes create.
Another welcome aspect of the game, and one that's often used in previous Modern Combat games and other similar titles, is breaking up the gunplay in various interesting ways. For example, at one point I encountered a quick-time event where I had to defend a knife attack with swipes. Another time I was able to remotely control a miniature tank as it forged its way ahead of our squad, allowing me to lay waste to as many bad guys as I could using its turret in order to clear the path ahead. Similarly, at one point I hopped in the back of a military jeep and manned its turret, being speedily swept through an on-rails section where I got to – you guessed it – blast away at more bad guys. These sections were fun and definitely offer a nice change of pace from the regular shooting.
Install this modded Google play store Installer if any one has the invalid licence issue
Here is the download link
- Install APK
- Download cache file and extract 'main.100.com.gameloft.android.ANMP.GloftM4HM.obb' file to 'sdcard/gameloft/games/GloftM4HM/' folder
- Launch the game offline (No need internet connection @ 1st run)
Download Instructions APK:
offline version APK (edited by Doc.Who):
MIRORR single sd file link
MORE MIRRORS FOR SD FILES
you these instruction for these files which are below
- Extract sd data with win rar.
- In the Android/data manualy create folder com.gameloft.android.ANMP.GloftM4HM,and subfolder files
- Then,on the computer,extracted sd data main.100.com.gameloft.android.ANMP.GloftM4HM.obb repack with 7zip or Win Rar,(rename
- obb to rar).
- This all unpacked data just copy on Android/data/com.gameloft.android.ANMP.GloftM4HM/files folder.
- Install chathu ac apk,and enjoy.
obb zip format :
7 Part :
direct link for data