World of Guns: Gun Disassembly lets you delve into the inner workings of guns from the largest gears to the smallest screws
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Very Positive (8,083 reviews) - 82% of the 8,083 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date: May 21, 2014

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April 29

WoG News! FN FAL model has been updated!

FN FAL model has been updated.

  • cutaways added
  • flying bullet added
  • operating gases adedd
  • full auto animation improved (rework the old system)

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April 20

Meet new DLC - Sniper Rifles Pack #1

New DLC has been released for WoG - Sniper Rifles Pack!
10% off is available!

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Sniper Rifles pack unlocks 10 models for World of Guns: Gun Disassembly:
1. SVD - popular USSR sniper rifles
2. Barrett M107 - long range .50 BMG caliber sniper rifle
3. CheyTac M200 - long range sniper rifle
4. SIG SG550s - Counter Strike game well known sniper rifle
5. VSS Vintorez - suppressed sniper rifle that uses a heavy subsonic 9×39mm SP5 cartridge and armor-piercing SP6 cartridge
6. Steyr Scout - Counter Strike game well known sniper rifle
7. HK SL9SD - a semi-automatic sniper rifle
8. Remington 700 - legendary american sniper rifle
9. Mauser 98k - popular WWII rifle, was used by snipers by special forces units.
10. Mosin Nagant - popular WWII rifle was modified and adapted as a sniper rifle from 1932 onwards with mounts and scopes

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“...the app lets you explore and disassemble/reassemble a wide range of firearms”
Rock Paper Shotgun

About This Game

The program is as true and accurate as possible to the actual workings of its real-life counterpart.
World of Guns:Gun Disassembly comes with seven different modes:
  • Field Strip
  • Operate
  • Disassembly
  • Assembly
  • Game
  • Super Game
  • Hardcore
In Disassembly and Assembly Mode, the X-Ray View looks directly through the gun to show you where all of the parts are located.
In Operate Mode you can fire, slide moving parts, and reload the gun when the magazine is empty. Slow Motion View allows you to see the gun’s operation in even more detail.
The Game Mode of this application is a mind-teasing puzzle. Here, you are given the challenge to rearrange and reassemble the gun in the fastest time. These times are then recorded locally and globally in our highscore tables, where you can compete with other users. Parts are usually assembled and disassembled in a logical order, but sometimes the order is determined by specific safety or mechanical limitations.

Available models:

  • Glock 19
  • CZ75
  • Colt 1911
  • SIG P228
  • Beretta 92FS
  • Desert Eagle .44
  • S&W Sigma
  • Springfield XDM
  • Browning Hi-Power
  • Makarov (PM)
  • Jericho 941
  • Welrod MKII
  • Walther PP
  • Smith & Wesson M&P .40
  • Ruger SR9
  • GSh-18
  • HK USP
  • FN Five-seveN
  • Walther P99
  • APS (Stechkin Automatic Pistol)
  • Beretta PX4
  • CZ 52

SMG/Assault Pistols
  • MP5
  • Tec-9
  • Uzi
  • HK UMP 45
  • Kel-Tec PLR-16
  • FN P90
  • Mac-10
  • Scorpion vz. 61
  • B&T MP9
  • Kriss Vector .45 ACP
  • Sterling MK4

  • RPG 7
  • M32
  • M79

  • Colt Python
  • S&W Model 53
  • Colt SAA
  • Ruger New Vaquero
  • Chiappa Rhino 200DS
  • Ruger Super Redhawk
  • Ruger Old Army
  • S&W Schofield
  • Webley MKVI
  • Colt Walker 1847
  • Nagant M1895
  • Webley Fosbery

  • Colt Hammer
  • Mauser C96
  • Borchard C93
  • Maxim
  • Harpers Ferry
  • Lewis Gun
  • Winchester 1873
  • Mauser 1914
  • Browning Automatic Rifle
  • Dreyse M1907

  • Tokarev Pistol
  • Luger P08
  • MP40
  • Sten MK II
  • M1 Garand
  • Thompson Gun
  • Mauser 98K
  • PPSH
  • Boys Anti-Tank Rifle
  • SKS Rifle
  • Mosin-Nagant
  • DP 27 machinegun
  • Walther P38
  • Lee Enfiled No.1 Mk III
  • STG/MP44
  • MG 34
  • Liberator FP-45
  • PTRD-41

Assault rifles
  • AK47
  • SIG SG552 commando
  • LR 300ML
  • HK G36E
  • FN FAL
  • FAMAS-F1
  • M-16
  • TAR-21
  • M4 Carbine
  • AK-74N
  • AKS-74U
  • AS Val
  • HK G3

  • SIG SG550S
  • SVD
  • HK SL9SD
  • Barrett M107
  • M14
  • M200 CheyTac
  • Steyr Scout
  • VSS Vintorez
  • Remington 700

Machine gun
  • M60
  • M134D 'Minigun'
  • Browning M1919
  • Browning M2
  • RPK
  • MG3
  • DShK 38

Compact Guns
  • Ruger LCP
  • Derringer
  • COP 357
  • AMT Backup
  • Ruger LCR

  • Remington 870
  • Mossberg 500
  • Benelli M4
  • Browning A-5
  • SPAS-12
  • Winchester Model 21

  • ZiS divisional field gun
  • 8,8 cm Flak 37

  • Ruger Mark II
  • Ruger 22 Charger
  • Marlin 336 Rifle
  • Ruger No.1
  • Beretta CX4 Storm
  • Browning Buck Mark
  • Calico M100

Bonus models
  • Captain America
  • Ducati 916

  • Custom Hot Rod
  • Lotus Seven
  • AC Cobra
  • DeLorean

  • Infantry fighting vehicle BMP-3
  • HMMWV A2

  • Human
  • Lion
  • Horilla
  • Horse
  • Allosaurus
  • Wolf

System Requirements

Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    • OS: XP and higher
    • Memory: 1024 MB RAM
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 200 MB available space
    • OS: XP and higher
    • Memory: 1024 MB RAM
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 200 MB available space
    • OS: 10.5 and higher
    • Memory: 1024 MB RAM
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 200 MB available space
    • OS: 10.5 and higher
    • Memory: 1024 MB RAM
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 200 MB available space
    • OS: 10.10
    • Memory: 1024 MB RAM
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 200 MB available space
    • OS: 10.10
    • Memory: 1024 MB RAM
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 200 MB available space
Helpful customer reviews
41 of 56 people (73%) found this review helpful
4 people found this review funny
5.5 hrs on record
Posted: November 10, 2015
It's a neat concept, and a potential great learning tool (If some of the inconsistencies were polished out) for what it does... That said I find it hard to reccommend due to a few issues, most glaring of which being the total loss of all my EXP, unlocks and achivments as of this morning.

That aside, it does have a lot of neat guns that most of us will never be able to touch, let alone take apart. But I would have liked to have seen even more of the oddities. Like the Liberator 3D printed handgun; designed in 2013. Or the Nock gun; an obscure 7-barreled flintlock designed in 1779. It just needs more. Especially for the $50 unlock-everything-forever cost, and the fact that you can, apperently, lose everything at a moments notice... For no apperent reason.

For now, I simply can't reccomend it. Losing my stuff was a game breaker.
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19 of 22 people (86%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
11.7 hrs on record
Posted: January 15
The basic idea of the game is that you disassemble the guns and assemble them step by step. When you have enough XP, you can unlock the next gun.

-Very skill based. You need to memorise what parts to move.
-Leaderboards. Very competitive. You will think that you have the best times. Although some people clearly cheat, Noble Empire, get your ♥♥♥♥ together.
-Very engaging mechanics. It's very satisfying to see all those animations.
-Really easy to understand how to play.
-If you are the plenty of time kinda player AND a gun enthusiast, this is the game for you.
-As you get better at the game, you unlock achievements faster and faster, thus getting more XP and more guns.

-Slow start in terms of XP. The game requires you to be good quite early.
-Poor variety of music.
-Inconsistent order of disassembly/assembly. You would think you can take that part out. Unfortunately, the game requires you to follow a specific order.
-Inconsistent duration of the animations. Ruined many "speedruns".
-Very small parts are hard to spot or don't come with the bigger parts.
-Hidden guns are much more expensive unless they show up in the unlock tree.
-Not recommended for casual players who just want to play and relax and not have to bother with the XP. But that's the life of free to play.

When I started playing this game, I only had one weapon available which is the AK-47. Honestly I think they should introduce simpler weapons first, and maybe sort the weapons by type: handgun, assault rifle, smg... Oh well.

I was immediately compelled by the mechanics of the game, the animations, the sounds, and the neat organisation of the parts in the 3D environment. I wanted to play more, I wanted to get better at the game. It's very easy to learn how to play.

Then it told me that it has some modes of playing, Field Strip, Disassembling, Operation Assembling, Game, Super Game and Hardcore. Each mode is more difficult than the previous except for paint and operation. The hardcore mode requires you to know exactly what to do.

Operation mode is quite fun. You can attach different stuff like suppressors, laser sight, bayonettas, etc. You can slow down the time and see how the weapon works when fired. It doesn't require you to disassemble the gun or anything.

After I got good at the gun, I got enough XP points and unlocked my second gun. The pacing of the game in terms of unlocking is really well done, because you can get a weapon, and you can complete a lot of achievements for each weapon. I still haven't finished some weapons and I already have 2 guns in reserve to play. You could get a lot of XP really quickly if you dedicate your time to it. If you don't well, well then I don't recommend the game for people like you. You can also login to the game daily and amass more XP.
I actually managed to get the complete set for 2 weapons. Very satisfying, would do it again.

Yes, you can't choose any weapon you want to disassemble, without paying time or money. Yes, if the gun isn't showing up in the main screen, it's a lot more expensive on the store.

But, all in all, still would recommend the game. Just because it's free to play.
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14 of 18 people (78%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
1.1 hrs on record
Posted: January 19
As a simulator of firearms construction and function, this is top-notch and very informative. As a "game" it's a terribly shallow skeleton of time trials, leaderboards and achievement spam set up in an abysmal attempt to get users to chase the microtransaction dragon. Why is this even a game? This should be a $10-15 shareware app, all data inclusive, for gunsmiths, firearms enthusiasts and historians, and if it were such I would heartily endorse it. As it stands, a sad disappointment.
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22 of 34 people (65%) found this review helpful
7 people found this review funny
149.2 hrs on record
Posted: December 11, 2015
It's hard to be a fan of firearms and stuff in a country where ownership of firearms is illegal, so at first I was glad to have a game like this. Learning stuff about weapons, their assembly/disassembly procedures, operation modes and other was a lot of fun, indeed.
I'm not very much into XP grinding for hours for a tiny gain. Also I prefer to pick a weapon by interest. So I even purchased unlock-all-guns-forever pack 'cause Support the developers, they said, it will be fun they said. ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥t, it is. This game is the source of frustration of many kinds.

I have this game for more than a year now and here's what I got:
- Most of this time this game could not even run: crashes and/or freezes since the very start of the game. They debug it like ♥♥♥♥ on major platforms like Windows and much much more ♥♥♥♥♥ier on others, like SteamOS. They don't seem to debug it at all on other platforms like generic Linux. I have Debian btw which is very close to Ubuntu and SteamOS. C'mon guys, crossplatform era (even in gaming) started years ago, not yesterday. Instead of delivering quality product devs concentrate too much on foisting new content and boosters.
Sometimes, some versions of the game could start so I faced the rest:
- Not being able to connect to servers, losing progress and ♥♥♥♥.
- Getting messages from the game like "We think you're a cheater, we don't trust your result, we won't accept it. If you disagree please contact support team." Should I say it was not even day high score?
- Acquiring and loosing batches of achievements instantly. For absolutely no reason from my side, of course.
- Cheaters. Cheaters everywhere. Some random guy appears and instantly gets weapon alltime highscore with time less than all disassembly/assembly animation takes being run super optimally. And yeah, he will appear tomorrow and the day after tomorrow. And the day after that day. Finally, if you're lucky, you will have a small window to compete with dozens of guys as desperate as you are.

As I stated before, my progress is not bound to weapon achievements, so I only got part of the frustration you guys get if you don't buy DLCs. Still too much though. For the guys whining about pay2win: oh yeah, it's here, but implemented like crap, so doesn't work for everyone, haha.
Despite all of the above I got about 1% of normal gameplay I counted on, which is nice.

Not recommended even if you have some mainstream platform, most issues are not related to it.
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12 of 16 people (75%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
3.0 hrs on record
Posted: January 20
Good game gimped by its f2p system. Takes forever to advance to the next weapon. But you know, you could always pay $50 and unlock everything at once.
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