Select one of eleven unique playable gunslingers and seek revenge solo or with your friends in Online or Local Co-Op! Master the specialized controls of each character, collect gold from fallen foes to purchase upgrades, get totally drunk and unleash a tornado of lead across the dusty plains.
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Mixed (16 reviews) - 50% of the 16 user reviews in the last 30 days are positive.
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Release Date: Sep 23, 2015

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April 20

Heavy Fix Update!



I have compiled a pretty comprehensive list of fixes that the community have been asking for over the last month-ish and rolled them into tonight's build, major changes are:

-Joypad support for Zeke, Dutch, The 13th.
-Story mode rejigging to allow players to start with the full roster, removal of character collection.
-Overhauling the in-game lighting
-Overhauled music looping between stages, blended it a bit nicer.
-9 client cap on Perdition server added.
-Optimizations to the netcode so it should allow more people per server.
-Balance adjustments to story and arcade mode, mostly bullet speeds, it should be easier with some of the slower characters now.
-Zeke shooting buffs
-Abel reload buff now either flick or button press
-Streamlined story npc interactions.
-Lowered the visibility of Halloween update enemies to mostly VERY rare chance or Act 2 in story mode.
-And a bunch of smaller bug fixes...

Now there is a pretty good chance that there may be some introduced bugs since I have left it awhile since introducing new features, so if you find anything game breaking or just downright nasty, please post them here and I will quickly patch them out ASAP: http://steamcommunity.com/app/229810/discussions/0/361787186440675617/

Cheers!

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About This Game

When the evil railroad baron Clayton Boon decided to build a track to Hell, he didn’t reckon on a crazed shaman raising a posse of embittered psychopaths from the dead to stop him. Now they’ll pursue him across the whole Wild West, fighting their way through hordes of bandits, bears, braves and boogeymen just to find Boon and repay their debt with… A FISTFUL OF GUN!

Select one of eleven unique playable gunslingers and seek revenge as a lone wolf or with your friends in local and online co-op. Master the specialized controls of each character, collect gold from fallen foes to purchase upgrades, and imbibe a bit of liquid courage and unleash a tornado of lead across the dusty plains.

Features


Misfits and Outlaws: Choose between eleven different gunslingers each with their own unique control scheme and methods of attack to master. Some characters require the finesse of a gamepad while others are strictly bound to mouse controls to mount their offensive.

Multiplayer and Co-Op Modes: Gather a posse of gunslingers for chaotic local multiplayer or connect online cooperative modes or square off with other gunslingers at the corral in the white-knuckled versus mode.

Story and Arcade Modes: Take up arms against those that stand opposed and blast your way through the colorful landscapes of the west against dozens of unique enemies. Grab a horse, forge a river, ride a train – there’s never a dull moment in the lawless lands of the Wild West!

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP or later
    • Processor: Dual Core 1.8 Ghz
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Storage: 600 MB available space
    • Additional Notes: Gamepad, mouse, and keyboard needed to use all characters.
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Sir Salmon
( 0.4 hrs on record )
Posted: June 28
I'm gonna be honest...
*whispers* it was better on gamejolt, i will ask steam support for refund
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mertilovski
( 3.8 hrs on record )
Posted: June 27
AWESOME! One of the best games to play with a friend
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Gazpins
( 3.7 hrs on record )
Posted: June 20
I think you're supposed to play this game with friends.

I don't have any of those so I played it by myself. Big mistake.

Srsly tho, I think this game could be fun and chaotic if you had some people to play it with. I couldn't find a multiplayer match, and wasn't about to go searching for someone to play it with on a forum or anything so I stuck with single player. I couldn't beat the first level of the story mode. I tried. I tried different characters, slightly different strategies, no luck. I managed to reach the boss on my most recent playthrough, died pretty quick, and then closed the game for the final time.

Part of the factor could be that I'm not the best at bullet hell type games. But I don't think being able to die in one hit is doing me any favours either. In a game where the screen can be covered in bullets, dying in one hit just doesn't seem fair. The game doesn't really try to help you out much, either. Powerups and extra lives can be destroyed by your bullets, and are often far behind enemy lines so there's a good chance they're gonna get shot in the process of getting to them. It also felt like a lot of the characters just sucked in general. I stuck with the 13th Legion or whatever because it was the only character that could sustain more than one hit and could also output a barrage of bullets at once.

There's a good chance you'll be screwed over by the level progression system. After the first level, you're given three random choices of where you go next, and the different pictures shown will mean different things. Either a weapon place, a perk upgrade, or some sort of shootout. Sometimes you won't get the choice of an upgrade level unless it's really early on in which case you won't be able to afford upgrades. There's also a chance you'll get levels with extra challenges, where if you don't accept the handicap of having a bigger hitbox, being slowed, or some sort of other debuff, you'll have to fight a stronger enemy. It's just kind of annoying because there's no sort of reward to balance out this challenge. I've had situations where I've progressed up to the point of one of these levels without losing a life, and then slowly my lives all drain on this one stage since it's almost impossibly difficult.

I have no idea how the hell the other boss fights work, but the first one felt like something I would never be able to defeat so I didn't bother trying to get back to it. It was basically a giant tank on tracks with a claw that would fire out and kill you. The claw was huge, probably about a fifth of the screen, and you also have to avoid being run over by the tank and the slew of little guys that are also after you. Even when I managed to defeat all the smaller enemies and then focus on just the boss, the damage I delivered was so little, that I never even got him to halfway before dying myself. I don't really understand how the weapons work in this game. At the point of me fighting the boss, my 13th Legion guy had the Samurai Warbanner equipped. It was the most expensive weapon I could get for him at the time but my damage dealt still felt pretty weak. The only change I noticed was that I could run into enemies to kill them now. Not much help when you're gonna get shot getting that close.

I don't feel like this game explains enough. They tell you the controls for the characters, show you the different weapons you can get for them, but don't bother explaining how you can use these things to your advantage. It's not the worst thing, I've ever played, but it wasn't good enough to hold my attention for long.

I will add, I did enjoy the music. The Western pixel artstyle was cool and unique, but my only gripe with it was that the orange bullets blended in to the general brownness of the setting a bit too much.

If you have a friend to play this with, either locally or online, then maybe try it out on a sale. If you're just looking for something to play by yourself then I would suggest looking elsewhere.
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Goblin
( 0.9 hrs on record )
Posted: June 16
I find the concept of the game interesting and very fun at first. After playing for a bit in the survuival mode it gets extremely boring. The controls are borderline broken, as they don't tell you what does what unless you have an XBox 360 controller. If you don't have one, good luck using half of the characters, the controls arent meant for a keyboard. If they were, they seriously need to redo their strategy.

For a pixel based game this runs surprisingly slow on even a gaming laptop, and even crashes occasionally. It makes me think this game was not programmed very well, and it certainly shows. I would love to be able to play the single player more but the control scheme and the lack of any direction or even controls they give you prevents me from doing so.

This game gets old very fast, it is something you play on your phone for 10 minutes while you poop. I have no idea how it ended up on steam. (Yes I do, thank you greenlight!)
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Moe Lester
( 1.1 hrs on record )
Posted: June 15
Product received for free
Ive been following this game since 2014 and to be honest this game has made incredible progress, it went from 3 characters to around 11. It now has a story and multiplayer and the graphics have updated nicely to make it more cartoonie. I appreaciate the effort that was put into this game and really recommend it to the person that is looking for a fun shmup game.
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MF WZRD
( 1.3 hrs on record )
Posted: June 10
i really wanted to like this game but i cant seem to fix the res. and i cant see my charcter
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Pancake K8
( 0.1 hrs on record )
Posted: June 10
Fun western game
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JordFire
( 0.3 hrs on record )
Posted: June 6
Really wanted to like this game :/ but it feels like its lacking.
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moegan
( 10.4 hrs on record )
Posted: June 4
LOL I can tell your a good ol' boy lolol!! *laughs and hi-fives you*
edit: wth??????? *stares in disbelief at comment score* Seriously over a hundred people don't like someone bein nice so they go all the way as far as to downvote them... I need to go back to imgur, this site just sucks. Misoginistic neckbearded gameing nerds.
edit2: fml why is this happening I'm being genuine an nice!
edit3: I HOPE A BIRD ♥♥♥♥♥ ON ALL YOU ♥♥♥♥IN 300 PPLS HEADS!!!!!!!!!!!
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
1.1 hrs on record
Posted: June 15
Product received for free
Ive been following this game since 2014 and to be honest this game has made incredible progress, it went from 3 characters to around 11. It now has a story and multiplayer and the graphics have updated nicely to make it more cartoonie. I appreaciate the effort that was put into this game and really recommend it to the person that is looking for a fun shmup game.
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3 of 4 people (75%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
6.0 hrs on record
Posted: June 4
I played this game with a friend of mine and we had a great time. Some characters control a bit weird but once you play it a bit it really isn't too bad. This game has a surprising amount of content. To beat the story mode took quite a while and on top of that there is other modes, a nice cast of playable characters, and a lot of challenging achievements.

Overall I really enjoyed this game and would highly recommend it if you have a friend or two to play it with.
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3 of 5 people (60%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
3.7 hrs on record
Posted: June 20
I think you're supposed to play this game with friends.

I don't have any of those so I played it by myself. Big mistake.

Srsly tho, I think this game could be fun and chaotic if you had some people to play it with. I couldn't find a multiplayer match, and wasn't about to go searching for someone to play it with on a forum or anything so I stuck with single player. I couldn't beat the first level of the story mode. I tried. I tried different characters, slightly different strategies, no luck. I managed to reach the boss on my most recent playthrough, died pretty quick, and then closed the game for the final time.

Part of the factor could be that I'm not the best at bullet hell type games. But I don't think being able to die in one hit is doing me any favours either. In a game where the screen can be covered in bullets, dying in one hit just doesn't seem fair. The game doesn't really try to help you out much, either. Powerups and extra lives can be destroyed by your bullets, and are often far behind enemy lines so there's a good chance they're gonna get shot in the process of getting to them. It also felt like a lot of the characters just sucked in general. I stuck with the 13th Legion or whatever because it was the only character that could sustain more than one hit and could also output a barrage of bullets at once.

There's a good chance you'll be screwed over by the level progression system. After the first level, you're given three random choices of where you go next, and the different pictures shown will mean different things. Either a weapon place, a perk upgrade, or some sort of shootout. Sometimes you won't get the choice of an upgrade level unless it's really early on in which case you won't be able to afford upgrades. There's also a chance you'll get levels with extra challenges, where if you don't accept the handicap of having a bigger hitbox, being slowed, or some sort of other debuff, you'll have to fight a stronger enemy. It's just kind of annoying because there's no sort of reward to balance out this challenge. I've had situations where I've progressed up to the point of one of these levels without losing a life, and then slowly my lives all drain on this one stage since it's almost impossibly difficult.

I have no idea how the hell the other boss fights work, but the first one felt like something I would never be able to defeat so I didn't bother trying to get back to it. It was basically a giant tank on tracks with a claw that would fire out and kill you. The claw was huge, probably about a fifth of the screen, and you also have to avoid being run over by the tank and the slew of little guys that are also after you. Even when I managed to defeat all the smaller enemies and then focus on just the boss, the damage I delivered was so little, that I never even got him to halfway before dying myself. I don't really understand how the weapons work in this game. At the point of me fighting the boss, my 13th Legion guy had the Samurai Warbanner equipped. It was the most expensive weapon I could get for him at the time but my damage dealt still felt pretty weak. The only change I noticed was that I could run into enemies to kill them now. Not much help when you're gonna get shot getting that close.

I don't feel like this game explains enough. They tell you the controls for the characters, show you the different weapons you can get for them, but don't bother explaining how you can use these things to your advantage. It's not the worst thing, I've ever played, but it wasn't good enough to hold my attention for long.

I will add, I did enjoy the music. The Western pixel artstyle was cool and unique, but my only gripe with it was that the orange bullets blended in to the general brownness of the setting a bit too much.

If you have a friend to play this with, either locally or online, then maybe try it out on a sale. If you're just looking for something to play by yourself then I would suggest looking elsewhere.
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2 of 4 people (50%) found this review helpful
Recommended
0.1 hrs on record
Posted: June 10
Fun western game
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60 of 71 people (85%) found this review helpful
9 people found this review funny
Recommended
34.3 hrs on record
Posted: September 23, 2015
A Fistful of Fun

This is a shooter quite like no other. The Wild West themed bullet circus is utterly insane and enjoyable. All the mechanics of the game feel finely tuned and precise: dodging bullets and sending them back feels so intuitive you should never have to stand there and bleed. The levels and areas are all varied and peppered with details and events such as carrying a giant explosive piñata, robbing banks, dodging rolling crates and so on. The structure of the game has these different level types shuffled around and enemy placement is randomized, but this only one small part of what keeps the action fun and exciting throughout.

The playable characters are a definite highlight of the game. While most games might settle for differentiating characters by stats or looks alone, the colorful cast of a Fistul also has different styles based around the actual input and control of the character: you have a shotgun toting teacher whose two barrels need to be reloaded individually, the wanted outlaw Billy who wields twin revolvers that only fire when the highlighted chamber is pressed, Bomberman fans will feel right at home playing as Pablo the demo daredevil and this is barely scratching the surface. Each character feels vastly different from the next and they all come with some alternative weapons that can be picked up in the game. Mastering each gunslinger bit by bit feels immensely satisfying and the only problem is deciding which one is your huckleberry.

However, strong characters would be wasted if they didn't have some clever enemies to go up against and Fistful delivers on this front as well. Machine gun wagons, rabid bears, magic arrows, among others, are all a great match up against the heroes of Fistful. However, even the more standard gunslinging enemies keep things interesting as they will move about the map, flank you, set of explosives, and shoot behind cover. To help out against the overwhelming amount of bullets, the game also has powerups in the form of different whiskey that can give you a chance to ignore a bullet or make one of your own explode. Even with powerups though, you will need to hone your skills to keep your continues from running dry.

This shooter has a sure sense of style. The narrowing wide screen, red tones throughout, panning shots, acid wild west colors, arcade font and voice over, and old west monologues all come together nicely to bring out a sense of the legendary west. The soundtrack also does a fantastic piece of Morricone inspired tunes. The chants, whistling and marching drums go along nicely with the rest of the aesthetics.

The local and online co-op are both fun experiences and each mode available is pure hectic fun. However, the 9 player local co-op is really more for laughs than ever actually accomplishing anything in the game. That being said playing in a group as The Magnificent Seven or going at it on your lonesome like The Man with No Name, there is a good time to be had. The story and arcade modes, aside from cutscenes and a definite ending, differ between some shuffled around mechanics and events (such as how upgrades work and taking peyote). Aside from unlocking characters in story mode, there are also safes that have a chance to drop new locations that get shuffled into the gameplay mix. The versus mode is a great way to let your friends know that this living room ain't big enough for the 2-9 of you. The different modes, unlocks, and urge to be better all go a long way in replay value.

As far as pure arcade madness goes, A Fistful of Gun has no equal. The top down shooting action, whether alone or in co-op, is frantic, adrenaline fueled, and challenging.

*Note: as an owner of Under the Ocean that did not refund my game, I was able to receive a free key from the developer ( See here for more info ). However, this does not affect my review of the game at all.
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146 of 215 people (68%) found this review helpful
14 people found this review funny
Recommended
3.3 hrs on record
Pre-Release Review
Posted: August 27, 2014
Fun game, interesting gameplay mechanic of every control method having a seperate character with each one designed to use that method's strength, should be interesting seeing how it grows overtime
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38 of 44 people (86%) found this review helpful
4 people found this review funny
Recommended
12.6 hrs on record
Posted: February 18
Review Date: Thursday, 18th February 2016
Hours played prior to reviewing: 12.6
Achievement progress: 15/36 | 43%

Review

Welcome to the Wild West! A Fistful Of Gun is a fast-paced top-down shooter with rogue-like elements separated into 2 main modes: Arcade and Story. There's 11 different characters to choose from, each of them comes with unique controls and their own fighting system. The game has full controller support but for some characters you have to switch to keyboard & mouse, otherwise the game won't let you play them. When you start up the western action for the first time, you most likely begin with Arcade Mode that lets you pick all of those characters. Which is nice for practice purposes but can be terrible if your first choice is one of the guys with very odd controls. I have to admit I rage-quitted the game after two short runs of Arcade because I thought there's something wrong with the Steam Controller bindings (I'm using a template from the community). The character 'Noah' was the reason for it though. He's on the very left of the character select screen and why would you not start from the left?
Well, obviously I gave the game another shot after checking the discussions and finding that other cowboys play very differently. I didn't regret starting it again because I found myself getting addicted to this little gem. Let me know tell you more about the main modes:

Arcade: You can select any character and start on a warm-up map. The goal is to clear the screen to get to the next one and reach the highest score. The maps and enemies are randomized but get significantly more difficult over the time. After you cleared a screen, the game gives you the option to choose among 5 random upgrades to make yourself stronger. One shot or hit of an enemy kills you and takes a life (in form of a card). You start with five hearts but a horse - that you can either steal from an enemy or get through an upgrade - or an armor upgrade take 1 bullet instead of you which basically means an extra life. Arcade can be played in single-player, local and online multiplayer.

Story: Unlike Arcade mode, you can only pick one of the three already unlocked wranglers to start your journey with. The goal is to reach the 3rd chapter and kill the railroad baron Clayton Boon, the reason for all our troubles along the way. Each chapter ends with a unique boss fight and is 14 miles (= 14 screens) away from the start. Just as in the other mode, the enemies, type of maps and events are randomized, although you decide which direction you want to continue on. But keep in mind: There is no going back. Coins that you collect can be spent on several things such as new weapons, upgrades, playing cards (very important to increase the amount of your lives). Unfortunately the story can only be played alone or in local co-op and there is no support for playing it online.

★☆━━━━━━━━━[RATING: 8/10]━━━━━━━━━☆★

Positive

  • Pixelart / Graphics: I adore them. The gunslingers have been designed with love and look super cute despite them being badass killers with moustaches and all. The maps itself lacks a bit of details on first glance - but honestly, it would make the bullethell just more confusing.
  • Gameplay: The gameplay is incredibly fun if you learn how to play with the characters and pick one that you like. You will get addicted to Story mode after experiencing new things you haven't seen before and secrets that still need to be revealed.
  • Easter Eggs: It would be too spoiling to reveal too much, just let me tell you there's a lot of stuff randomly going on that you wouldn't predict and that will make you laugh for sure.
  • Soundtrack: The soundtrack fits the setting well and is neither annoying nor too minimal, they really did a good job balancing it.
  • Events: The developer organizes special community events occasionally. Unfortunately I couldn't participate in any yet but I hope another one is happening soon! (These events are required to obtain some of the achievements)
  • Steam features: Achievements - check, Trading Cards - check. Perfect! Cloud saving might useful to some players, I personally didn't need it. Workshop support would be pointless for this game.

Neutral

  • Difficulty: A Fistful Of Gun is not easy. Not at all. In almost 13 hours of playtime I still haven't beaten the campaign yet. I lost 30 lives in some screens and died because they really were impossible with the setup / loot I had. You need luck to get gold, to find a merchant and card players and you need luck with the screens you land on. Challenging games can be good and make you become ambitious but sometimes it felt like a pain in the ♥♥♥.. The achievements are (too) hard and rare as well.

Negative

  • Mac / Linux Support: Not available. Every game should have support for all platforms on Steam or at least offer support for one additional OS.
  • Online Story Co-Op: You can only play Arcade and Versus online with friends. But the focus should be on the story and that mode can only be played alone or in local co op.

Hardware Information


Hardware Windows Mac
CPU 2.2GHz Intel Core Duo 2.6GHz Intel i7
GPU GeForce 9100M GeForce GT 650M
RAM 4GB (only 3 in use) 16GB
Storage 1TB HDD 256GB SSD + 1TB HDD
OS Windows 10, 32 Bit OS X El Capitan
Resolution 1920x1080 3840x2400 (Retina)
Controller Steam Controller Steam Controller

This game was played on my Windows computer.


Disclaimer

Vegan™ - No animals got killed for this review.
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24 of 30 people (80%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
5.2 hrs on record
Posted: November 20, 2015
Short Version: A short, but highly replayable and entertaining multi-directional shoot-em-up in the tradition of Smash TV. Great fun for a few bouts with friends now and then, but only buy solo if you're really into this type of game.

In a Fistful of Gun you can get together with a few trigger-happy friends to play with guns, get drunk, break stuff, and blow up angry chickens with dynamite all without the real-life consequences! You choose from one of 11 different characters to run through random levels of retro gunslinging action, grabbing as many gold nuggets, power-ups and alcoholic boosts along the way as you can.

One of the biggest draws of the game is the multiplayer aspect, with high-score progress designed to track a full posse of players. This is emphasized even further by the unforgiving gameplay, which can cause the 'continue' screen to pop up rather often in solo mode. Even though bullets are too scarce in many stages to push this into bullet-hell territory, between the heat-seeking farm animals of doom, stray crates of dynamite, and of course a horde of guntoting baddies, you WILL die. Simply completing the relatively short single-player story mode (which is truthfully about as story-less as a story mode can be) might take some practice.

Of course, once a playthrough ends, the secondary hook of Fistful of Gun may very well entice you into another round; Each of the eleven different characters to choose from features a different gun, which is actually an entirely new control scheme and shooting style. One gunslinger fires large shotgun blasts, but only in the direction you're currently running and limited to a single shot in each barrel, while another wields a 6-shooter that can be quickly fired in any direction, but requires joystick flicking and a lengthy reload period after you empty the chamber. Each of the guns requires you to learn a new set of skills, so perfecting them all could provide a very lengthy challenge.

All in all, Fistful of Gun is a fun, difficult game reminiscent of old school shooters, but with modern features added to boost entertainment and replayability. If you're buying it purely for solo play, you might want to wait for a decent sale or be certain you enjoy this type of game - a short Story Mode, and a highly replayable but somewhat repetitive Arcade Mode designed around high scores might leave you feeling that the experience was a bit lacking. However, if you love retro shoot-em-ups or have a few friends to play with, A Fistful of Gun could be a blast.

Received a free copy for testing/reviewing purposes.
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19 of 22 people (86%) found this review helpful
Recommended
21.1 hrs on record
Posted: May 1
I feel like this game is misunderstood by the people who gave them a negative review. Let me tell you why:

I´ve seen old Spaghetti Western films because of my dad, always had contact with those movies cause he loved Clint Eastwood as the badass bounty hunter, but his favorite Sergio Leone´s film is "Once Upon a Time in the West" starring Charles Bronson. Anyone that never watched Sergio Leone´s films will not understand the game title or even the concept idea that the developer want to give you here (I might be wrong tho). You don´t need to know about these films, but It will make you appreciate the game even more.

Just look at the first game trailer on Steam. People need to see The Good, the Bad & the Ugly movie to understand the intention: a Tribute to good old Western flicks.

And It´s not about an idea only, the game in my personal opinion is amazing, It´s a fast paced 16 Bit graphics title. Full chaos at multiplayer, you need some skills at higher levels. I´ve always liked the "Simple but Fun" combination on other games, and this one has It.

I´ve had smaller problems with the multiplayer, but guess what, the Developer is there for you. How many times you people had complaints about game developers leaving the title abandoned? this is not the case, Its been 7 months since the release on Steam and he´s been there, listening to the people that bought It (don´t believe me? go to the discussions). Why he behaves like that I asked myself, It was the first time for me that a developer actually read what I wrote. Well probably It´s because he loves what he does and he appreciates people who support him and enjoy his fast paced title. This deal makes me like the game even more, thinking that maybe he will add some DLC or new characters on a near future. If not, we still have such a solid game here. Trust me, It has a big replay value, simple but fun is the way to go sometimes.

The musical score is amazing, It will tranfer you to that crazy time. The gameplay and difficulty are good. You can´t go wrong here, what else do I need to tell you?. Support this guy, he deserves better ratings.
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21 of 27 people (78%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
5.2 hrs on record
Posted: November 14, 2015
I am enjoying this game immensely. It has so much style and different gameplay mechanics between the 11 characters you can play. So far I tried Arcade and Story modes and both are non-stop action for survival. You get a few lives and then have to start all over again in Arcade mode once you expend all your lives.

The music is decent as well as is the pixel graphics. Lots of interesting pick-ups and you can even buy from a store that gives you some power-ups. You also get power-ups after you beat a stage, which helps as you progress, since it does get harder.

Overall I think this game is really good, I just hope they continue to add more content and characters to make this an even better game in the future. Also I personally thought that Duke with his Mini-Gun is amazing at gunning down the many enemies you have to face.

I may update my review again after I try some of the online portion of the game when I find some more people to play with.

Good job devs, keep up the good work!
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