Anaksha: Dark Angel, in spite of its somewhat cheesy name, is an ambitious and somewhat entertaining sniping simulation. Best for those with slightly darker tastes, Anaksha: Dark Angel will put players in the shoes of the titular character, a vigilante determined to bring down corruption. Unfortunately, this occasionally entails the murder of public figures, something that the police generally frown upon. As a result, you’re going to have to be smart and avoid making too much of a mess. You’re also going to have to avoid shooting innocents in frustration as they will be able to inform the law of your attempts at justice.
The gameplay is fairly deep. You won’t just be gunning down random people in the head. You’ll also have to break knee caps, choose specific parts of the cranium to fire on (it’s rather difficult with moving targets) and even stage ‘accidents’. The only thing that really bothers me about the game is the fact that things can feel a little too over-the-top, a jarring change from the moody Blade Runner-esque air.
You can check out the game here.