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  • Last Updated: 2021-06-25
  • New version: 1.43
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  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 11.0 or later. and Android 4.4. KitKat or later

Hunter Assassin


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Hunter Assassin is an iPhone and Android Games App, made by RUBY OYUN VE YAZILIM DANISMANLIK. Today, it has gone through many interations by the developers - RUBY OYUN VE YAZILIM DANISMANLIK, with the latest current version being 1.43 which was officially released on 2021-06-25. As a testament to the app's popularity or lack thereof, it has gathered a total of 342311 Reviews on the Apple App Store alone, with an average user rating of 4.6 out of a possible 5 stars.

Video Manual: How to Use the Hunter Assassin App

How does it Work?

Control the assassin and hunt down your targets one by one. Use your surroundings and shadows to stay hidden from flashlights.

Targets with automatic machine guns can be lurking around each corner. Attack them swiftly and escape without being spotted.

Each eliminated target drops valuable gems. Use gems to unlock faster assassins.

Can you unlock the fastest assassin?

Subscription Terms

VIP Membership automatically renews for $6.99 per week after the 3-day free trial. Payment will be charged to your Apple ID account at the end of the trial period of purchase. After buying the subscription, you will unlock the following features: Ninja Assassin character, all ads removing, 5000 gems and permanent +100% level gem earning. This is an Auto-renewable subscription. The subscription is renewed unless you turn it off 24 hours before the period ends. Your account will be charged for renewal as well. Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. The account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, and identify the cost of the renewal. Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable.

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    Top Reviews

    • By Eevee person

      Really fun but...

      Alright, I’d you’ve seen the other reviews, then you might know what this is about. The ads. There is a huge amount of ads and I almost deleted the game for it. I am on a hard level and it’s annoying me, and when I’m already ticked off, an ad comes. I think “annoying...” and just watch the lords mobile ad that I’ve seen hundreds of times. After that I try the level again. I die. An ad plays. This time it’s a game I’ve only seen 90 times, not a hundred. Repeat the same process. Every. Single. Time. I. Die. I’m not sure if I should keep playing this because after every round, an ad plays. That’s a problem with mobile games. That’s why my games category is almost empty.

    • By knlovespugs

      Amazing game

      This game is one of the better ones I’ve downloaded and it’s amazing, but the ads take away from that overall feeling of you being an assassin running around killing people, I also feel like every character needs a primary upside and a primary downside, like the faster ones have a larger stab radius that alerts more guards of your position. I don’t like how the player character’s path finding makes them find the smallest distance between the guard and them, but other than those things it’s a great game.

    • By Just 4 Dud3

      Genuinely great game, some possible changes

      This is the first game that I can see real potential in it. The graphics are simple and family friendly, there’s not a single microtransaction in sight, and skins are more than just highly expensive cosmetic choices, but also give you special boosts. What I’d like to see is a tone down on the ads, more game modes added like Endless Play (You kill as many guards as possible in an infinite room until you die) and Campaign (A simple story with levels that get increasingly more difficult as you progress, with more and more game mechanics thrown into the mix too), more sound effects like a “Huh?” when the guards hear something, “Huh!” when they see you, and “ugh...” when you die, and more unique abilities for possibly modified skins. The ninja can throw ninja stars across a distance, some characters can kill guards quietly without others being alerted, and a new undercover skin that lets you walk around without alerting the guards UNLESS you stab someone up-close within their sight or shoot someone from far away, alerting everybody. But all-in-all, this is a genuinely great, addictive game. I love it!

    • By DerbyDriver1985

      Legitimately fun game, with plenty of room for growth.

      The levels to be procedurally generated, but unlike most mobile games, the AI is just random enough to always provide a new challenge, despite the fact that no new enemies or elements get added at any point after the shield guys. Still, lots of fun, one of those games I’ll keep installed to play whenever I get bored. I have some ideas for additions: 1. Add a character that had the ability to stop time, with a cool down- when activated, whenever your finger is touching the screen, time will freeze, but your “freeze” meter will drain. You can choose your path carefully while time is frozen. When you release your finger from the screen, time resumes and your “freeze” meter begins to refill. 2. Add a “boss” enemy that takes several attacks to kill. Each time you hit him, he’s knocked down, until the 5th time in which he stays down. Being spotted by the boss doesn’t count toward your “don’t get spotted” challenge. 3. Add a camera option that locks camera movement to player movement. Sometimes the camera has a mind of its own and it can cause some control issues. 4. Add a “tracker” enemy that will track you around for a greater length of time, if alerted. 5. Add a “survival” mode where new enemies enter the arena in waves, with the goal of getting the highest kill count before dying. 6. Add a wider variety of map styles.

    • By DannyHilly

      Fine gameplay, but an uncommon amount of ads.

      I always give games that I like, but have too many ads, a four star rating. I like this game. I understand the need for ads, too. But dear lord it’s crazy how many ads this has. On top of having an ad after pretty much every level, you’ll have occasional ads after accessing the character menu in between games. There are also nuanced ad placements, that are there just for game progression. A quest slot will be filled without viewing an ad, if you want any extra characters, you will need to view an ad. The subscription for no ads is very pricey, too. I’m not going to waste my time watching ads for a game I watch ads for half of the time, because quite frankly I can beat the levels in the time it takes to watch an ad. And I’m not going to waste my money paying over twenty dollars a month for a game that doesn’t show in content. TL;DR: Okay gameplay, ads are not only excessive, they ruin gameplay.

    • By RefreshedGamez

      A Meh for Me.

      For being a game showed to me from an add in another game, it’s pretty decent. Adds have a purpose like getting extra currency and retrying. The fact that you can get the best character in the game by just buying it is fine because it’s a single player game. The levels are copy and pasted but it is slightly seasoned with much more difficult enemies, which there are only 2. There is a blue guy, basic path finding, low damage gun. The red guy is much more difficult. The red guy can sweep the area very well, has a forward facing shield, and a much stronger gun. Another enemy is the diamond one, but it’s practically an AI that has basic path finding and no sort of attack. The levels beyond 150 are incredibly are and there are very little instances of easy levels. 172 is a pain as there are 12/14 enemies advancing towards you from the start. This level made me quit. Overall pretty meh game to past the time. 😐

    • By Ababjrade


      This game is pretty lay back considering the levels don’t actually get more difficult they just add more guards. I think it can go somewhere good if they add more to it, for example like having the arena that you’re put change themes, add some sort of blockage to make more difficult, add music ( they have certain sounds when you “kill” somebody but nothing exciting), make more assassins most definitely and maybe make them a little more reasonable to buy/ earn cause the way they have the set up it’s for them to have the consumer be a long term player but we all know our generation hates to spend no longer than a few weeks on a game especially as simple as this one. In conclusion it’s “ight” just needs to be tweaked out so the gamer doesn’t get bored of quickly, hopefully they ( the creators of the game ) update things or make a better version. Thank you.

    • By HHyperWaffle

      Please read and use my comments into consideration

      . Horrible placement of ad’s. Horrible bait. Very “Cheap”. Would not recommend this game to a friend. Horrible level choice. Stressing bits. Also: Creative. Addictive. Fun. Let’s start with the ad’s. Every single level there is a ad. This would be okay if they were short but they are 25-50 seconds long. Very irritating right? What that has caused is: I play the game less, I only play a level when I am bored, the game keeps me occupied but the flaws keep me away. This game is acting very ya know- cheap. It takes so long for another level because of the ad’s and sometimes it takes so long to not get x2 diamonds that you might think you are supposed to click on it. Each level is 20-30 or 30-50 seconds for me. So sometimes it takes longer to go to another level then playing the game. Also the levels are so weird! I will be on a high level and I will get a low level round, sometimes I get 5 people to kill sometimes I get 3 people to kill and others is 4. But we can’t forget it still, the ad’s. Game would be much better without the cheap look. Less ad’s please! And if could please fix the other flaws others have experienced.

    • By rlbroke

      Agree on remove ads review

      I’m enjoying this game and was thinking of removing ads (the free game is very ad heavy). But read a review that the remove ads options doesn’t remove all of them. This gave me pause. I don’t have a problem paying money for a game I enjoy but the idea that I’d pay but still have to suffer through them is concerning. $2.99 isn’t bad to remove ads but I’d rather pay as much as $4.99 if I knew they’d all be gone. Right now I don’t know what my $2.99 gets me. So going to hold off. The game without paying is getting untenable so sadly I may have to pass. I guess this is a note more to the developers then other players. $3 or $5 isn’t a big deal to me but need to know what I’m getting. Otherwise a fun game and recommend giving it a try.

    • By reeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

      Like the game but left with a sour taste

      Great game, simple concept, fun all around. The only thing that brings the game down is the add spam. Now I get you need ands and all but I bought add block and there didn’t seem to be a difference. The amount of adds is just nuts. Anytime there is a loading screen for a 20 second level, add. You want your 3rd quest slot open? Add. You want random box that shows up every 3 levels that’s an add. Oh yeah there is an add for the gems you got at the end, on top of that box with 500 gems. Like I get it but the only thing for me is just that quest add that keeps showing up, like I’d rather that just take up a button in the corner then take up my quest space every time. Other then that love this game, just feel sour after buying add block for the quest space to still have the add mission show up. There are cool things that could be done such as a sniper that could kill you in one shot or higher difficulty missions that give more gems then normal. Or a 1 time mission where you have to kill and enemy and upon death you get a ton of gems or a skin piece. Maybe enemies with different weapons like shot guns. Would be nice to add more maps, or a map creator to make your own scenarios

    • By Dakotawubbedout

      Feels like an EA game. Money-grabbing nonsense.

      TL;DR: Don’t waste your time giving any money to these insidious developers. The game is fun, and of course it needs to pay the bills. But it’s only fun until you realize you have to watch a video after every level, to gain the currency, to open “gifts” that pop up in the middle of some levels (of which you MUST watch the video). Granted, some are skippable while most are not. Now there’s an easy fix: pay a WEEKLY $7 PREMIUM to get NO ADS, ruin the progression system by doubling gem drops, and special access to stronger characters from the get-go. It’s clear this simple game was ruined in the development stage because on LEVEL 3 it is shoved into your face. “Sure, Ok. 3 day free trial then $7/week? No big deal.” Good thing there was a free trial because now I see that there are STILL videos everywhere. Not after completing each level, but to access the aforementioned gifts, to double your currency drops, and THERE IS STILL AN AD BOX BENEATH THE GAME. Honestly stay far away. The game’s concept is great though, so this I give it a 2/5. Tone down the ads and fix the premium and you’d have a great game.

    • By Grizzly-Gaming


      After playing for a few hours and trying to get the faster characters I must rely on keys to unlock more characters because “random” gems are unlocking from worst to best, levels last about 30 seconds and after each one there is a 1 minute add. Want more gems? Watch an add! Want to unlock more try’s with keys? Watch an add. Oh you didn’t get it a second time? Watch another add. Oh man, you still didn’t get the character? Watch more adds for more try’s. I Click the button and... nothing you collect the gems and are screwed out of a guaranteed character. You WILL spend 4 times the amount of time watching ads vs playing the game. If you enjoy it turn off WiFi and cellular data so you don’t get bombarded with ads. However, I’m uninstalling this right now because I have been robbed of 3 characters in a row on the final key watch an add scheme. Developers like this should be banned from the App Store.

    • By DigitalXPhoenix

      This is just dumb

      This game has a good concept and all, but it executes it very badly and the game ends up too easy. Because of how easy it is, you are spending most of the time watching ads, which are placed after levels, as quests, closing the selection menu, even reopening the app from the background. Of course there is the option to remove ads for three dollars but that likely doesn’t even remove the quest ads and I would not like to find out. Then there is the premium. Seven dollars per WEEK is a lot for a mobile game they probably made in twelve hours. It doesn’t even give that much, just a character that makes the game even more unnecessarily easy and some currency and a boost to profits. Normally I like games similar to this, in the rogue-lite genre, but the mere existence of this game is an insult to it. Do not even waste your time on this game unless you like watching ads every five seconds.

    • By Mikeypbjoker

      Total BS

      I accidentally purchased the $3.00 no ads option. That was my mistake, I’m not blaming that game for that. What I do have a problem with is that even though I purchased the no ads option the game is constantly trying to get me to click onto ads. Showing a link to look at an ad for a bonus and waiting 3-5 seconds to show me a much smaller button saying “no thanks” to be able to move on. It is so easy to accidentally click a button to go to another ad that you can’t get out of without waiting for it to finish or just closing the game. Not to mention the “VIP option” that they have. $6.99 A WEEK for a low tier mobile game that plays more like Ad-Clicker the Game with occasional breaks where you’re an assassin. The gameplay is meh at best. Do not recommend for game play. If you still download it do not waste your money on the no-ads option. It’s a complete ripoff.

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