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[Nintendo Switch] Blind Shot Review

[Nintendo Switch] Blind Shot Review
  • On April 10, 2024

Blind Shot from Pixel Trapps and Tendokore is a 2D turn-based clicker shooter on Switch. Learn more about it in our Blind Shot review!


Blind Shot from Pixel Trapps and Tendokore is a 2D turn-based clicker shooter on Switch. You’ll be taking on the role of a rather clumsy commander who is sent on a special mission to fight against the deadly zombie horde. Enemies won’t move until you move, but you need to defeat as many zombies as possible to keep the horde meter from filling up. It’s an arcade-style experience on Nintendo Switch available at a budget price.


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You’ll control your character with the left analog stick as you shoot left or right as needed. By tilting the left analog stick in one direction, your character will reel back in the other direction. You can reload by pressing the X button, and you can collect the coins that zombies drop by pressing the A button. Run into a zombie or over the fire left behind, say, an air strike, and it’s game over.


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There are many bandanas for you to unlock, for which you’ll need to kill many zombies. Your options include a lucky hat, crazy eighty hair, a builder hat, a turban, an eye patch, and a rocku haircut, for example. You’ll start with the eye bandana as the standard option. There’s also a trio of customization options that need you to spend a big chunk of your hard-earned coins to unlock: the robo cop, the knight, and the paladin.


Blind Shot Review - Arsenal

Speaking of coins, you can also spend them to increase the weapons that will be part of your arsenal for subsequent runs. You start with a knife, a plasma gun, a grenade, a colt, a tesla guna saw-off shotgun, a machine gun, an air strike, a Molotov cocktail, and a chicken. Along with those options, you can use your coins to purchase a rifle, a machete, a flame gun, a drone, a minigun, a baseball bat, a magnet to attract coins, and an ammo clip to increase your overall ammo. Your arsenal is randomly rolled for each run, so the more options you unlock, the easier it will be to get some good stuff.

Blind Shot Review - Daily Bonus

Blind Shot is a 2D turn-based clicker shooter. As you use the left analog stick to attack left and right, you’ll try to keep your combo going for as long as possible to collect as many coins as possible to purchase more weapons for your arsenal, unlocking additional bandanas along the way. There’s also a daily gift you can collect by playing the game each day over seven days in total. Blind Shot is out on Nintendo Switch at a budget price of $4.99.

This Blind Shot review is based on a Nintendo Switch copy provided by Tendokore.

Review Overview

2D turn-based clicker shooter that lacks a good hook