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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Mostly Positive (185 reviews) - 77% of the 185 user reviews in the last 30 days are positive.
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Very Positive (8,644 reviews) - 82% of the 8,644 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date: May 21, 2014

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Reviews

“...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:

Pistols
  • 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

Launchers
  • RPG 7
  • M32
  • M79

Revolvers
  • 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

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

WWII
  • 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

Rifles
  • 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

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

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

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

Bonus models
Bike
  • Captain America
  • Ducati 916

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

Military
  • Infantry fighting vehicle BMP-3
  • HMMWV A2

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

System Requirements

Windows
Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    Minimum:
    • OS: XP and higher
    • Memory: 1024 MB RAM
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 200 MB available space
    Recommended:
    • OS: XP and higher
    • Memory: 1024 MB RAM
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 200 MB available space
    Minimum:
    • OS: 10.5 and higher
    • Memory: 1024 MB RAM
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 200 MB available space
    Recommended:
    • OS: 10.5 and higher
    • Memory: 1024 MB RAM
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 200 MB available space
    Minimum:
    • OS: 10.10
    • Memory: 1024 MB RAM
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 200 MB available space
    Recommended:
    • OS: 10.10
    • Memory: 1024 MB RAM
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 200 MB available space
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TrivialBread1
12.1 hrs on record
Posted: August 23
Codes dont work, the game's ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥, and everything is expensive but the ♥♥♥♥ing games free.>:(
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TobyTron | The Chegg
0.1 hrs on record
Posted: August 23
I have over 700 hours in this game, best school shooting prep sim ever. Rate 9/11
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Sony
0.6 hrs on record
Posted: August 23
From the short amount of time I actually got to play, it was an informative and entertaining experience. I learned more about the AK-47 in the first few minutes than I've ever known from watching hundreds of action movies and games. While the camera and controls are very cumbersome, they let you get a very fascinating and intimate insight into the weapon at hand. I took my time and burrowed into the depths of the gun to check out every interesting nook and cranny (especially fully assembled). Though nothing can replace a real world, hands-on experience handling a weapon and its intricacies, this sort of a program is a great tool to gain a firmer grasp on such layered pieces of technology.

The quality of the model seemed fantastic even when zoomed-in. A big gripe I had with the program, though, was that they always give you an x-ray highlight of the part you're working with as it connects and disconnects with other parts (i.e. during assembly/disassembly). This is very annoying, as it detracts from the real-world actuality of how the part would look interacting with the other parts.

Another problem I had with the program (literally game-breaking). As soon as I disassembled and reassembled the AK for the first time, I wasn't allowed to continue on and access any other functions. The server simply wouldn't connect. I looked into it online, and found that some people just have issues accessing their service due to the middleware Noble Empire uses. Nothing I can really do about it. So make sure you try connecting before you purchase anything.

Also, from reading some of the other reviews on here, I found that I would have to grind just to access many of the guns for free. While it is an understandable practice from Noble's point of view, I abhor essentially being forced to buy anything on a free-to play-game based on heavy-handed limitations set on players. At the same time, I can appreciate the effort put in by Noble to create this tool. I give this program a cautious recommendation (essentially a neutral... if Steam allowed us such an essential button). If you fully acknowledge and accept the above limitations/practices, and believe that this is still a worthy investment of your time and money, I would say go for it.
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Wafflesaregood
1.7 hrs on record
Posted: August 22
I like this game a lot.
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Raddok
6.2 hrs on record
Posted: August 21
This is an excellent niche game that targets people who enjoy building things, taking them apart, learning about their functionality, and guns.

You will not enjoy this game if you do not have a mechanical mind that takes large amounts of enjoyment from deep exploration of different devices. You must be the type of person that enjoys ripping things apart, and putting them back together repeatedly until you can probably do it in your sleep. Even if you enjoy guns themselves, it may not be enough - you have to actually enjoy the mechanical side of the weapons you love so dearly.

That being said, if you DO fall into that camp, this game will blow you away. It's hyper-realistic, and nails every little detail with extraordinary accuracy. It is easy to use, and names every single part. If you're like me, you can definitely Google search everything you find in this game, and with a bit of invested time you could become quite knowledgeable about guns in general, and a lot of specific weapons.

A lot of people are claiming it is 'Pay To Play', but it really is not. The people calling this out are not what I described above, and are operating under the assumption that you can do a few runs with the gun you're currently working, and you should be able to buy another right away. This is not the case. Remember how I said you have to actually LIKE taking apart the same thing over and over again? That's because you may have to take apart the same guns dozens of times, doing it different ways each time to get achievements and high scores (or even the exact same way, in some cases, as practice for the challenges), before you can afford to buy another weapon. Ideally, you would work the same weapon continually until you have all the achieves (which is like saying 'I know every piece of this weapon by heart') before moving forward.

The purpose of this game, I feel, is to actually teach a bit about the weapons you work with. The only way you can learn something is through repetition. There's no shame in getting some compensation out of this, anyways.

I personally have bought two new guns (beyond the two starters you begin with) at the time of this writing: the Beretta 92 and HKMP5. That's with about 3 hours of play. Pretty decent, especially if you consider I was taking my time to enjoy the mechanics of the game, and I had to take frequent breaks to pay attention to my 2 year old daughter.

So while I don't believe it is 'Pay To Play / Pay To Win', you will have to put a little work into the game to get through more than a couple guns.

I hope you can enjoy this game like myself!
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TwilightKillerX
2.2 hrs on record
Posted: August 21
Enjoyable to perfect your best, and then forget that one part, then start over... then cry...
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DeimGG
0.7 hrs on record
Posted: August 21
BILLY MAYES HERE,
WITH THIS 50% OFF BACK TO SCHOOL: SCHOOL SHOOTER EDITION.
LIMITED OFFER.

R.I.P
Billy.
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Danny
0.2 hrs on record
Posted: August 21
When F2P games were a good place
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JGPlato
84.7 hrs on record
Posted: August 21
Pretty detailed and informative Game, if you are interested in how weapons function. The main goal of the game is to disassemble and reassemble a lot of different weapons (manly small arms but also a bmp, an anti-aircraft gun and so on). You can also see how specific processes function (in slomo).
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{NESA} GhostMesa
2.6 hrs on record
Posted: August 20
great little simulator about learning about gun features and assembly. Way too pay to play though. wouldn't recommend playing after the first few guns are unlocked.
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Most Helpful Reviews  In the past 30 days
7 of 7 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
66.8 hrs on record
Posted: August 6
I bought the starter pack (3.99 sale) within the first hour of playing this game. After several more hours of tinkering, I decided that I'm sure I will invest more money in this game. Based on the fact it's been out 2 years successfully, has tons of iconic guns I love and some I have, and many more interesting guns in development, I belive this is pretty real. It's alot like an interactive version of the 'Forgotten Weapons' YouTube channel.

At this point (10 hrs), I've not used Exp. to unlock any new weapons. I've got 31,000 Exp. points to show for my time so far, which can only buy a few guns or one of the expensive ones. I haven't minded a moment of the "grind" so far, it's kind of like a really fun version of going to school. I am, however, probably going to buy the $50 lifetime guns access in the near future. As with the few great F2P games I've played, I've determined that it's more effecient use of my time to earn real money than to spend the enormous amount of time it takes to unlock all the content for free. It's not a cheap game in that respect, but doing the math shows it's a no-brainer with a game with such a high entertainment value.

For some perspective on my opinion, I am:
-A proessional high-level auto mechanic
-I've spent about $150 on War Thunder
-I'm a lawful gun owner
-I've done some amatuer gunsmithing that has proven to be safe and reliable
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5 of 6 people (83%) found this review helpful
Recommended
54.2 hrs on record
Posted: August 5
Game is very detailed,and that is what makes game really good.There are really much guns and this game is very good for real life,i know some guys who are in army and they need to dissamble real weapons but this game can help you for real life,its game anyway,it cant replace real life experience!
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
5.5 hrs on record
Posted: July 28
Great game I love the amount of effort and love to create such a wonderfully complex game + seeing how inside the guns and all the individual peices put together, great research. - Would recommend if you are interested in how different guns work and what is inside.

Just one con - I would enjoy this a lot more if you had to pay instead of having microtransactions in it this can be annoying when you have to get xp to unlock the next weapon.
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4 of 5 people (80%) found this review helpful
4 of 5 people (80%) found this review helpful
Recommended
398.8 hrs on record
Posted: July 28
iIf you like guns, you will love this game. i have been around guns all my life and this game is verry accurate
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
6.2 hrs on record
Posted: August 21
This is an excellent niche game that targets people who enjoy building things, taking them apart, learning about their functionality, and guns.

You will not enjoy this game if you do not have a mechanical mind that takes large amounts of enjoyment from deep exploration of different devices. You must be the type of person that enjoys ripping things apart, and putting them back together repeatedly until you can probably do it in your sleep. Even if you enjoy guns themselves, it may not be enough - you have to actually enjoy the mechanical side of the weapons you love so dearly.

That being said, if you DO fall into that camp, this game will blow you away. It's hyper-realistic, and nails every little detail with extraordinary accuracy. It is easy to use, and names every single part. If you're like me, you can definitely Google search everything you find in this game, and with a bit of invested time you could become quite knowledgeable about guns in general, and a lot of specific weapons.

A lot of people are claiming it is 'Pay To Play', but it really is not. The people calling this out are not what I described above, and are operating under the assumption that you can do a few runs with the gun you're currently working, and you should be able to buy another right away. This is not the case. Remember how I said you have to actually LIKE taking apart the same thing over and over again? That's because you may have to take apart the same guns dozens of times, doing it different ways each time to get achievements and high scores (or even the exact same way, in some cases, as practice for the challenges), before you can afford to buy another weapon. Ideally, you would work the same weapon continually until you have all the achieves (which is like saying 'I know every piece of this weapon by heart') before moving forward.

The purpose of this game, I feel, is to actually teach a bit about the weapons you work with. The only way you can learn something is through repetition. There's no shame in getting some compensation out of this, anyways.

I personally have bought two new guns (beyond the two starters you begin with) at the time of this writing: the Beretta 92 and HKMP5. That's with about 3 hours of play. Pretty decent, especially if you consider I was taking my time to enjoy the mechanics of the game, and I had to take frequent breaks to pay attention to my 2 year old daughter.

So while I don't believe it is 'Pay To Play / Pay To Win', you will have to put a little work into the game to get through more than a couple guns.

I hope you can enjoy this game like myself!
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
2.5 hrs on record
Posted: August 7
oddly addicting. I'm not a gun hobbyist but i find this game to be fun and also its interesting to see how specific guns are put together
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14 of 26 people (54%) found this review helpful
26 people found this review funny
Recommended
2.9 hrs on record
Posted: July 26
I've assembled enough AKs to become a certified desert arabic gunsmith and selling my wares for 40 bucks. Limited time deal is going on right now, if you buy 3 AKs, we'll let you spin the wheel of feminists and have your own target practice. If our boys had practice too, the pentagon would have be destroyed.

EDIT:

Thanks to the oversaturated black market economy, my wares are now 47 dollars and 23 cents. If your here for the horses, their down by the Rakesh's house, he sells horses and female disempowerment tunes.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
3.7 hrs on record
Posted: August 2
Good game for stress relief... Also presents good challenges and is indeed competitive...

Overall a good game...
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
83.4 hrs on record
Posted: August 13
It's addictive, educational, and fun. Unfortunately, your clicks sometimes don't register and the order you have to do things in is often illogical/counterintuitive. I've also had some trouble connecting to the servers, but that might just be a problem on my end. All in all, worth it just to get a look at the inside of the various guns you've been shooting for years across dozens of games.
[EDIT]:
Connectivity is a lot better now.
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