So I don't know if this is a question for here or security.stackexchange.com but the thing is I installed a game that ask me for root access to my system it seems suspicious and strange why will a game be asking for root access I assume to myself that it is some type of malware and I uninstalled the game yeah a game asking for root access what a malware and is that normal? the game is snipper 3D assassin free games By fun games for free
It shouldn't be... There is no viable reason I can think of for a game to request or need root permissions.
If this game is from an official channel like Play Store, Amazon App Store, or F-Droid, do not grant the permission and remove it immediately. This should also be reported to the appropriate app market and given a comment or review warning other users of the potential problems.
This is likely a way of hijacking your device, installing malware of somekind, or ransomware of some kind.
If you granted root permissions and run the app, I would immediately backup important data and factory reset the device, but keep in mind that root permissions can allow the app to read and write to the /system partition which survives a factory reset, so a reflashing of the factory firmware, or wiping of system and reflashing a custom ROM is highly recommended.
If your phone is rooted and the game detects it, then it will ask for root access in an attempt to prevent you from cheating, blocking ads, etc. If you deny root access, the game will most likely exit or crash.
You have two choices if you really want to play the game: