Six-Guns is an western adventure and action based game with incredibly brilliant graphics and visual details for Android and iPhone. The virtual world constructed by Gameloft brings a huge number of details to be appreciated, especially in cities and buildings. It's almost impossible not to make a comparison with Red Dead Redemption (Xbox 360 and PS3), which also uses the Wild West as the background. The only problem is when you are traveling from one place to another. The simple, repetitive textures, united to the lack of details and objects in certain places, just a bit tired. Still, the graphics and details of Six-Guns impress. The sound is neat. The music player can acclimatize to the desert climate of the American West. When the adventure begins, the beats are the emotion needed until the last shot is fired. Many enemies drop phrases challenge during the persecutions, increasing the tension during the adventure. A variety of items to purchase upgrades and extends the fun. The only problem is that over time they begin to be expensive - and it ends up forcing players to replay the missions in search of more coins to buy upgrades or purchasing items with real money. The game also does not stop to remind you that the shop is full of items ready for purchase.
Just stay low on ammo or low in power to receive a supply of goods for sale. Over time, this disrupts the fun and tiring. The history of the game boils down to drop the hero in the middle of the West with a gun and some people asking for help. The first mission begins without much ado and you must hunt down and kill a few outlaws. Apart from that, it remains superficial throughout the journey. The characters encountered during the adventure are limited to asking for help or give some tips. A production of this level would have worried a little more with the plot. On the other hand, it helps those who just want to get into the game and have fun without wasting time reading endless dialogues between characters unimportant. You call, go to the next mission and ready. The missions are varied at first, but over time they begin to repeat, in addition to forcing the character to purchase new items - or horses - to proceed. The gameplay is simple and suitable for touch screen iPhone, and the game also helps providing aiming device during the shootings. controls lock time or another during the day and almost always during the horse races. It's frustrating you're winning and almost be forced to restart because the controls simply stopped responding. Even with some problems, Six-Guns is an excellent title.
The game has elements to please all the fans and adventurers of the Old West.The huge world available has much to be explored and offers many hours of fun. Six-Guns is an adventure game-style free world, such as Red Dead Redemption. Within the game, you have available a huge territory located in the Old American West. Prepare to face bandits, Indians thirsting for revenge and even supernatural aberrations as witches and evil bloodthirsty vampires. Within the game, you incarnate as the hero Buck Crosshaw, an outlaw trying to live his life in peace after having been forced to forge his own death to escape from prison.
The world of Six-Guns is located in Arizona and Oregon in the United States. There are 40 missions with a variety of targets, weapons and enemies are sure to steal your attention for a long time. Besides bandits and outlaws, you'll face witches, vampires and zombies in the course of the adventure. The game offers a total of eight different horses, each with their own abilities, and 19 weapons, items and clothing ready to acclimatize you in the mood for cops and robbers that only the Old West can provide. The character gains more experience as the story progresses and this opens up the possibility of upgrades and expansions.
Winning the missions, you also get gold coins - which are necessary to buy new equipment and improve them as the story progresses. You can also buy anything during the game with real money. The game has a system of in-app purchase (store inside the game), ready to offer everything from new weapons to ammunition, improvements and doses of medicine to recover the energy lost during the shootings.
Check out the video demo below:
Although this game took some more time then other games to load during our test, but the realistic graphics and details worth it. This game works on Android 2.1 or later and iOS 4.0 or later and is available on both Google Play and iTunes App Store.