World of Guns: Gun Disassembly lets you delve into the inner workings of guns from the largest gears to the smallest screws
User reviews: Very Positive (5,015 reviews)
Release Date: May 21, 2014

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"There's a DLC for this called 5 Skeletons Pack that lets you disassemble, well, skeletons. It includes human and dinosaur skeletons, so you're all set!"
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February 19

VSS Vintorez has been released for World of Guns

VSS Vintorez special sniper rifle model has been released for World of Guns!

What's interesting in this model:
  • Disassembly/Assembly: 91 parts
  • Operation:
    1. SEMI and AUTO fire, unload, reload and safety
    2. Flashlight, integrated suppressor, PSO-1 sight, transport state, rear sight adjustment
    3. Cutaway ready
    4. Flying bullet/animated gases

PROMOCODE which unlocks VSS Vintorez for free for the first 50 users:

Instructions: run the game, open console by pressing ~, type promo <code>, press Enter
Example: promo UGFWH4BP

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February 14

Lifetime Access weeklong sale! (2 days left)

World of Guns: Lifetime Access 45% discount!

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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

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

  • 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

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

  • 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

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

  • SIG SG550S
  • SVD
  • HK SL9SD
  • Barrett M107
  • M14
  • M200 CheyTac
  • Steyr Scout

Machine gun
  • M60
  • M134D 'Minigun'
  • Browning M1919
  • Browning M2

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

  • 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
    • Hard Drive: 200 MB available space
    • OS: XP and higher
    • Memory: 1024 MB RAM
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Hard Drive: 200 MB available space
    • OS: 10.5 and higher
    • Memory: 1024 MB RAM
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Hard Drive: 200 MB available space
    • OS: 10.5 and higher
    • Memory: 1024 MB RAM
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Hard Drive: 200 MB available space
    • OS: 10.10
    • Memory: 1024 MB RAM
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Hard Drive: 200 MB available space
    • OS: 10.10
    • Memory: 1024 MB RAM
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Hard Drive: 200 MB available space
Helpful customer reviews
1,099 of 1,245 people (88%) found this review helpful
47 people found this review funny
1.9 hrs on record
Posted: October 31, 2014
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237 of 244 people (97%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
61.0 hrs on record
Posted: October 26, 2014
I remember at first picking this up on a whim, doing a couple guns, then putting it down for a long while and not really seeing the point. A few months later I decided to pick it up again and put some actual effort into bringing down my times and working on expanding my view of the map, and that was when I got hooked. The first time I managed to take first place on the daily leaderboards was a great feeling, and soon I started to get a feel for the general patterns of the mechanisms, like how similar the CZ-75 and Jericho pistols were internally, which helped decrease my times on both guns as I learned them. I learned that the Colt Walker is easy to take apart quickly, and whoever made the MG 34 can go to hell. Each gun had their own similarities and differences that were fun to figure out and optimize for the best times. Eventually I completed the whole map that could be done without paying (and I even got a couple of the premium guns from credits earned being the champion on different guns).

Anyway, now that I've rambled for a bit, the point I'm making is that this is a fairly satisfying F2P experience. You don't really need to put in any money to enjoy yourself, and frankly the real money options seem to not have the greatest value. Just expect to log in once every hour or so and learn every gun on the map so you can do the quizzes. You should be able to manage at least 3,000 experience every time once you learn them, and depending on how actively you want to log in and do the quizzes, can rack up enough virtual currency to unlock a gun or two every day. It'll probably take you a month or two to unlock everything, and keep in mind you can buy things that are locked behind premium guns through the catalog at an increased price. If you're good enough to earn credits to buy some of those guns, strategically pick the SVD first to maximize the amount of stuff hidden being uncovered if you want to lower the cost.

In summary, for the price of free this game is worth your attention if you like challenging the leaderboards and don't mind investing some time in the quiz system to get the currency to buy guns. It probably helps if you like guns too.
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143 of 152 people (94%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
8.8 hrs on record
Posted: November 3, 2014
This is a great game and educational tool to provide a safe enviroment to learn about guns, how they operate, and the proper way to field strip/disassembale/assembale a huge array of arms. The cars and skeletons are also a great addition. Overall, this was a great idea.
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224 of 259 people (86%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
11.5 hrs on record
Posted: November 14, 2014
Great game! It helps me study, cause I'm a military engineer.
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563 of 741 people (76%) found this review helpful
14 people found this review funny
19.6 hrs on record
Posted: November 4, 2014
The best American simulator I could find.
10/10 would burger again.
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212 of 260 people (82%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
20.0 hrs on record
Posted: November 12, 2014
This game actually taught me on how to disassemble my airsoft M4. 10/10
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70 of 75 people (93%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
0.7 hrs on record
Posted: November 19, 2014
The first half hour is definitely time well spent. Even if you never plan on owning a gun, the mechanisms involved are kinda fascinating. Your milage may vary based on your enthusiasm after the first gun and a half, but it's free. An engaging and informative half hour is probably more than you get out of most games you pay money for.
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48 of 54 people (89%) found this review helpful
4 people found this review funny
6.9 hrs on record
Posted: January 30
Dissasembled and reasembled guns many times. Shot the guns tons of times. Put different attachements on them. Sprayed like crazy and shouted MURICA. Then I came home to play World of Guns and thought it was cool.

10/10 Would be patriotic again.
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41 of 44 people (93%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
26.7 hrs on record
Posted: January 1
World of Guns Gun Disassembly is not a game in its actual meaning. It’s more like an ABC of guns that everyone would like to have at home. Sure, it would be more interesting to have all those guns at home stored in a special place but if you have a very special need to take a closer look at the weapons of all kinds but at the same time want to be safe or simply can’t afford the arsenal – World of Guns Gun Disassembly is your savior.World of Guns Gun Disassembly is a decent and more than successful attempt to create affordable and deep encyclopedia of guns. But not just a virtual book with boring descriptions and history. Well, not that we do not like history, but all that information is available on the web already. We also have tons of videos and tutorials on how to use guns, assemble and dissemble them and how to fire the proper way. But, have you ever seen an application that would allow you to get inside the gun, see how it actually works and assemble or dissemble the favorite rifle with your own hands?To your surprise – World of Guns Gun Disassembly is exactly this kind of software.Once you got your gun chosen, start playing with it. At first it looks like a simple 3D room where you can take a look at the gun from all sides. However, in just a few seconds it turns into something unpredictably catchy.Everything you do is accompanied with simple but nice animation. In World of Guns Gun Disassembly your task is to dissemble or assembly a gun in a certain order. Don’t be afraid – it follows the rules of logic, so even if you have no idea what to do next – start dealing with the most complicated part of the mechanism. In the end you will either appear with lots of gun elements floating in the air or a fully loaded pistol/rifle/shotgun after making it one solid construction from all that stuff.It’s a great thing that you can train your memory by completing challenges both ways. Not only it gives you a better understand of guns but also allows to be more aware of all the small things. I would say it’s a perfect virtual helper for young soldiers and those who want to improve their knowledge in guns.Despite incredible attention to the details, World of Guns Gun Disassembly also has an X-ray mode where you can see what’s inside the gun and how the mechanisms work without tearing it apart.On the top of all the greatness, you can also equip your guns with various accessories and see how they work. Flashlight, optics and lasers – they all are here and look different on every gun.World of Guns Gun Disassembly includes all the possible weapons starting from ages ago and going up to the modern and popular models. World of Guns is a wonderful experience.
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107 of 166 people (64%) found this review helpful
4 people found this review funny
11.0 hrs on record
Posted: January 10
There`s no offline mode for this. You have to be connected to the internet all the time or you carn`t play it at all. Even if you buy lifetime membership.
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29 of 36 people (81%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
14.0 hrs on record
Posted: September 25, 2014
If you haven't already, watch some of the trailer on the store page before reading my review. This will give you a better understanding. Just remember to come back, lol.

  • This game allows you to interact with a wide variety of firearms. You can field-strip them, fully dismantle them, reassemble them, operate them, and even take some to a shooting range for challenges.

  • You start out with "basic" weapons like the AK-47, then work your way through the tree-of-guns as far as you'd like to go. As of writing this the game has 98 weapons.

  • For each weapon, there are 7 game-modes. Field Strip, Disassembly, Assembly and Operation are self explanatory. Game, Super-Game, and Hardcore-Game are essentially just timed and more difficult. In my opinion, Super-Game is "realism mode" and Hardcore-Game is "speedrun mode".

  • In the Operation mode, you have a chance to tinker with your weapon, i.e, x-rays, different motion speeds, adding accessories, etc. Ever wonder how a gas-operating fully-automatic weapon works?

  • The graphics aren't astounding, the U.I. isn't either, but god damnit this is a game that plays as advertised, and is free, so I'd recommend it.

Verdict: Rating 8/10. In the past I've paid a few bucks for ipod apps that aren't 20% as good. PC FTW

Dear casuals: If you're not into the realism aspect of this game, i.e, don't like to repetitively dismantle your firearms to improve your efficiency, then don't bother playing. You're not welcome, and it's a lose-lose situation for you. You'll either end up complaining and whining, or you'll end up paying for points. Sorry to be so blunt, but someone's gotta say it. Cheers

PS. I almost forgot to mention the game has bonus-models. Various skeletons, classic/famous cars and even a few military vehicles.
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26 of 31 people (84%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
0.4 hrs on record
Posted: October 19, 2014
A rather unique game that the main gameplay is about disassembling or assembling gun to the very detail (even the disassambling or assembling the screw of the gun is shown in this game ) and showing how guns work in x-ray mode and slowmotion. This game is interesting if you are a gun enthusiast, even if you're not this game is worth a try as it's free to play and only 30mb
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61 of 94 people (65%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
61.8 hrs on record
Posted: September 26, 2014
This game has a great concept but its game play is bad. Learning about how guns work is interesting and taking apart and reassembling the guns is fun but the way the game makes you go about it is infuriating.

I really enjoy seeing how each gun comes apart and how they go back together. Its great seeing how each part in the weapon works together to fire the bullet and chamber the next round. The x ray and slow motion options are great for capturing exactly how it all interacts. This game does present this all in a very nice way. I feel like i have learned alot about the weapons that i have unlocked however, some of those weapons are of no real interest to me.

You must unlock each weapon with experiance you earn from playing the game but you dont earn enough to ensure you will unlock the next weapon from hitting the most common achiements. This mean you need to repeat each test several times and combine with the frustrating mechanics you'll end up hating the game quickly. Additional the weapons are only unlocked following a tree that might see weapons you want to learn about hidden behind dozens of guns you are not interested in.

The experiance needed to advance is earned from getting achievments such as finishing under a set time or not clicking the wrong part. This method would be fine except that you have to wait out each animation before you can start the next part and by default the camera swings around wildly when each part is moved. This all makes it almost impossible to reach the better times needed to get some of the achievements. Additionally, clicking on a part before the animation has finished will count as clicking the wrong part and shut you out of another achievement further adding to the frustration.

Finally, several achievements are require you to have a faster time then other people in the last 24 hours. These seem almost impossible to achieve as there are people who have unreasonably fast times blocking everyone from getting these achievements.

Many of these problems would be resolved by buying the game but I feel it is simply not worth the money for a collection of interactive user manuals.
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27 of 38 people (71%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
136.2 hrs on record
Posted: October 25, 2014
Every lover of the 2nd Amendment Beware! This game will absorb all of your freetime!

Just kidding! Don't worry guys, although I'm on here nearly everyday, it not too addictive.

It is however a very fun and educational program about firearms, and its FREE! However, I will admit, for extreme gun gurus, this game may be dissapointing for its somewhat watered down approach to firearms dissassembly. When I got this, I was thinking "AWESOME", finally a game that will help me figure out how to dissassemble my AR without getting shot in face the with the Action Spring! However, it turns out there is no in-depth explaination of the dissassembly process for any weapon.

Actually, the game is more about raw step-by-step memorization than anything . . . . Although you will be able to see every single firearms 100% dissassembled, and learn whice pieces need to be screwed/unscrewed first, there is no explaination about the methods of dissassembly, or the purpose of each individual part, or even groups.

In other words, the game runs as simply as this. In all of the game modes (except operation and shooting range), you have a 3D model of a weapon, you wait for the computer to 'clear' the weapon by racking the action and expelling all ammunition, and then it is your job to click the pieces that are to be dissassembeled 1st, 2nd 3rd, as the computer automatically dissassembles the parts/groups, and all the way until you have a complete 3D exploded view of the weapon, and then click the pieces in backwards order.

Although there does seem to be some inconsitencies with the ordered parts in this game (on the AK-47, you must click the 'butt screws' before dismantling the wooden stock, however on the MP-5, the lower receiver just falls off magically?), this goes does serve as a great INTRODUCTION to each weapon. The operation mode allows player to watch the weapon fire with X-Ray vision, to watch the parts interact, however, there is no further explanation.

Another word. The game is FREE, therefore there are a couple draw backs. You do not have access to all the weapons at the start of the game! You have one starter gun, the AK-47, then you must master the dissassembly of this weapon to get 'XP" before unlocking more weapons! And oh, there is no list of weapons to choose from. Although weapon progressoin is not linear (there are often a couple branches to choose from), you will have to slog through some boring weapons before getting to your all-time-favorites. I will however REDEEM the developers by saying, this does force a player to actually master a weapon, and often times GO BACK to a previous weapon to re-learn and hopefully get more XP, but it can be really tedious . . . . OR you can purchase the game for $40 and have every weapon unlocked!

However, start with the free version to make sure you can handle it ;)

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21 of 29 people (72%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
0.5 hrs on record
Posted: November 8, 2014
Best game ever, 10/10. Didn't know I could assemble a MAC-10 using some scrap in my garage!
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8 of 8 people (100%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
18.2 hrs on record
Posted: October 4, 2014
Why do I recommend a gun simulator? Well I'm telling you this, no matter if you are an inexperienced airsoft gun owner who bought your first 30 dollar spring gun this morning or if you're a grizzled war veteran who's fired 40 different rifles, you'll love World of Guns: Gun Disassembly if you've the slightest interest in firearms. Take a look at an astonishingly beautiful AK-47 high-poly model and click on the magazine to remove it, then see its inner workings down to every little pin and spring as you delve deeper into what's all but crudely made. Every single detail is remade to resemble its real-life representation, no matter if it's the iconic barrel of the Chiappa Rhino revolver or if it's some little spring in a COP 357. Read about weapons and unlock them all, or just enjoy the relaxing soundtrack. Maybe you'd like to fire a few rounds down the range? Do it. It's all up to you. World of Guns: Gun Disassembly is easy to launch and hard to leave. It has something for everyone who likes firearms. Try it today and get amazed by hundreds of hammers and firing pins!
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16 of 23 people (70%) found this review helpful
38.3 hrs on record
Posted: November 13, 2014
Very well made, they are constantly adding features.
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7 of 7 people (100%) found this review helpful
2.2 hrs on record
Posted: December 6, 2014
It's a fun time waster and is a good simulation. Not so good on the target range simulations, but still good none the less.
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12 of 17 people (71%) found this review helpful
8.8 hrs on record
Posted: October 11, 2014
I find this game very addicting for some reason. It's a great way to educate and guide you on how guns operate and what to expect if you want to repair one of your pieces IRL. You start out with only an AK to toy around with and get 2 more for a while with little choices to getting other guns for free. I got 20,000 points out of nowhere though, which helped me get at least a half-dozen more guns to play with.

Beef up the credits you get for IRL $. Maybe $10 for 60,000 or so? so $1 = 6,000? Maybe $1 for 10k. Some of the dlc is a tad bit overpriced and I'm used to steam sales anyways you know.

More ways of earning Credits like some more game modes if you can think something up.

Text is instant as in no scrolling till it loads completely. Idk if it's an option already but it'd be a great feature.

In the end this is an excellent game to pick up; it's free, addicting and has a lot of content to discover.
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6 of 6 people (100%) found this review helpful
23.0 hrs on record
Posted: January 6
General - 9,0
The game allows you to do almost everything the leftists in your country won't (in my country PT - Partido dos Trabalhadores). As a gun enthusiast I can say it's the best simulator in the genre that I've seen, it's an almost real experience. If you're looking for a random FPS don't download it, probably you'll find it boring, but if you wanna learn the mechanics or practise the disassembly of some of the most known and reliable weapons it's a must in your library. It has a greater educational value than entertainment value, however I do find pleasure on this kind of knowledge.

Content - 9,5
There are several models of handguns, assault rifles, sniper rifles, SMG's, etc. You start with an AK-47 and afterwards a Colt 1911, the other guns you will have to buy, but you can unlock many more with your exp. points. You get exp. completing achievements and logging in everyday. As if it wasn't good enough, you can also disassemble skeletons (got the highest score of the day :D) and vehicles, which I find amusing. In addition there are shooting ranges, quiz and information about the weapons. Models are downloaded the first time they're used.

Gameplay - 7.5
Modes are: field strip, disassembly, assembly, operation, game, super game and hardcore game, each has a description at the beginning. There are also achievements for each mode and world leaderboards for all 3 game modes. If you liked in the first 10 minutes, chances are you'll play for 10 hours in the first day, so I don't have to say it's replayable and addictive. You use the mouse to interact with parts and control the camera, you can also use keyboard for some actions but I don't recommend. Sometimes a different part is selected in game mode and in some modes the camera moves against your will. In most modes you have to wait for the end of the animation to perform an action, that's annoying in timed modes. RMB is a good and quick way to zoom a specific part. Controls could be more precise.

Graphics - 7.5
Models are very precise and some even include a bit of visual external wear (mechanic wear would make a nice DLC), however they only look like plastic. Options are very limited, but they're not very relevant on this game, you can identify any part at all times, and if you don't, there's a caption in the lower centre of the screen for each part selected. There's native AA support and fixed frame rate at 60fps. The game is windowed by default. In general the models look like any good directx 9 game, I believe it's playable even with integrated video cards. Menus could look better. The game hasn't crashed yet.

Overall - 33.5/40

Current specs
Intel Core I7-4770K at 4.2ghz
Nvidia PNY GTX 770 2gb at 1201mhz
Kingston HyperX DDR3 8gb at 1600mhz (x2)
HP 1TB SATA III 7200rpm
Windows 7 Premium SP1
Sony Bravia KDL-42W655A at 1080p
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