Despite its name, Hitman Go has nothing to do with the game of Go. Instead, it’s a turn-based puzzle game where 47 and enemies are on a small map and everyone moves simultaneously, forcing you to rely on careful planning to accomplish each level’s goals (such as “kill all enemies,” “get to the finish in under X number of moves,” and others). It also commits one of the cardinal sins of mobile gaming, adding microtransactions on top of its 5-dollar price tag. On the bright side, the levels that microtransactions unlock can be easily unlocked in-game. It’s only the hints that suffer, then, with the game giving you 3 free level walkthroughs in a game with 263 mission goals and forcing you to pay for any more than that.