Now this is the Shakespearean one! Here is the deal: You have to shoot an apple. With an arrow. And its on your friend’s head. And deprived of the reluctance that kind of situation would surely invoke in the real-life terms, you are free to go on some brain-spilling rampage. Even though you are still kind of supposed to aim for the apple, the large number of different deaths your friend can encounter, depending on where exactly he got shot, is pretty much designed with the intention to at least make a player curious. Therefore, I urge you to also try every one of them unhesitatingly. Who knows, there might even be an Easter egg somewhere in there.
The controls of Apple Shooter unblocked are really simple: you do the aiming part by moving the mouse cursor, press and hold the mouse button to draw the bow all they way(a real archer would say “to the anchor point”, which is the term for the area around the chin), and release to shoot an arrow. You, of course, may choose not to wait until the full power before you release it, but appears that such choice can only be useful in case that you are looking for the different ways for your friends to get killed.
Being in the position of the archer, the Apple Shooter unblocked to be precise, at first you will be placed on a fairly small distance from your target, so all you have to do in the first level is to place the cursor over an apple. However, with every good shot you make, the additional 5 feet is added to the distance. Gradually, the gravity starts to kick in, making it so that, after just a few levels, you also have to count in the fall, and to aim higher, in order to keep smashing those apples into pieces.
Having in mind that the apple seemingly keeps getting back, no matter how many times you hit it, there is also the high score sheet in the main menu, helping us to keep track of those among us who got away the furthest before painting the gray wall in the background, as well as the grass, with the cerebral fluid of their friend(seriously, the person is just referred to just as “your friend, and the only thing that does is that it makes it look as the game is trying to poke your conscience with a stick).But don’t let these kind of questions bother you. Grab your bow and arrow and take aim in this interesting William Tell reference, providing us with the invaluable insights on what would have happened if the famous Swiss folk story had gone south.