Review – Heavy Fire: Black Arms 3D


Heavy Fire: Black Arms 3D is the newest installment of Teyon Games shooting series.  The latest mission leads Will and his fellow soldiers through the dense jungles of South America in a bid to put a stop to the international trafficking arms cartel, Fuerza de Voluntad.

Available for only $4.99 on the 3DS eShop, Heavy Fire: Black Arms 3D is a great little shoot em’ up game, which intensifies as the levels progress.  I will say that I had some trouble with the first level, not because there is anything wrong with it – but because I kept forgetting how to reload my gun (stupid “B” button”).  Anyway, I am not a huge fan of FPS games, but this little gem sucked me in a bit, and I had quite a bit of fun playing.  Go ahead and give it a shot, and see for yourself!

“Deep within the overgrown jungles of South America, a group of highly trained US marines head out for their latest secret mission; to take down the largest international arms trafficking cartel known as Fuerza de Voluntad. Your soldier, Will is one of the experienced marines ready to charge through the treacherous jungle environment in this long standing heated war. Immerse yourself in this awesome military 3D shooter as you shoot down enemy aircrafts, smashing through and interacting with the hostile environment. Ride aboard helicopters and tanks aiming to vanquish the entire cartel with the use of powerful upgradable weapons for a total military show down!”


  • Complete missions through dense South American jungles with destructible objects and environments
  • Tackle missions with different vehicles including helicopters, tanks and on foot
  • Ability to advance in military ranks for access to faster and more powerful weaponry
  • Hardcore first-person shooter with special 3D effects for a surreal experience!
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