Ancient Scandinavian knights-Vikings-used swords and axes as weapons. No wonder, the guys were strong, all their lives they ate healthy food and in the fresh air. With axes, they not only hacked, but also threw them. For accurate and long-range shots, regular training sessions were required, which the Vikings arranged in their free time from hiking.

We invite you to take part in a series of such trainings. Throwing an axe involves more than just strength and agility. Before throwing, the warrior must skillfully calculate the trajectory of the weapon's flight. To develop these skills, targets were used, hidden behind natural or artificial obstacles. To hit such a target, it was necessary to throw the axe at a calculated angle to the ground surface. After such a throw, the axe flies along a parabolic trajectory and, skirting an obstacle from above, hits the target (or does not hit — here's how to aim).

In this game, a Viking throws an axe along a pre-known trajectory, which is calculated and shown by the program. Of course, the whole process (aiming and the throw itself) is carried out with your direct (virtual, of course) participation. So, point the sight marker at the target, click the button (with your finger) and the Viking throws the axe. He flies strictly along the marker line shown before throwing, unless of course there are no obstacles in his way.

The first levels of the game are easy to complete, as usual. Targets stand or hang on chains motionless and there are no obstacles that change their position. Well, then they show up. These are also stones moving back and forth, walls and obstacles of a different kind, which make it very difficult for a Viking (that is, for you) not only to aim yourself, but also to choose the moment of throwing.

You can play the game VIKING: THROWING AN AXE online 24 hours a day for free. It is no need to download and install it on your computer, and it is also not required you to be the registered user. Just ckick and enjoy. See also a set of related games below on that you might be interested to look.