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  • Summary: For the first time ever on iPhone and iPad, you can explore a truly enormous and open frontier in a Wild West full of mystery, bandits and more…unnatural enemies. Play it for free: Make your enemies pay!Buck Crosshaw never shot a man who didn’t deserve it, but now he’s an outlaw who had to fake his own death and escape to Arizona. But in escaping one evil, Buck is about to face another, for an ancient and wicked force stirs in the hills of this mysterious region. A WILD FRONTIERFreely explore an open world set in Arizona and Oregon full of events, mystery and challenges for you to discover as you become completely immersed in the story and the action. But don’t be fooled by this land’s beauty - outlaws, vampires & many other unnatural foes lurk in every shadow.ACCEPT THE CHALLENGETake on 40 missions with a great variety of tasks for you to overcome. You’ll race horses, take out robbers, fend off waves of enemies and more along the way!SADDLE UPIn this kill-or-be-killed land, you’ll need to unlock all 8 different horses, 19 weapons and a wide selection of clothes, ammo and other items to help you on your journey.PLAY FOR FREEIt costs you nothing to download and play the game to the end!Visit our homepage at us on Twitter at or like us on Facebook at to get more info about all our upcoming titles.Check out our videos and game trailers on Discover our blog at for the inside scoop on everything Gameloft. Expand
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 2 out of 8
  2. Negative: 2 out of 8
  1. Dec 20, 2011
    Six-Guns is not a true clone of Red Dead Redemption, as you might expect. It's indeed a fast-paced third person shooter, with lots of missions to complete, some very nice graphics and a large world to explore.
  2. Dec 9, 2011
    Six-Guns is a step in the right direction for freemium games, but it falls short of Gameloft's console-quality mobile games.
  3. Dec 12, 2011
    Six Guns feels like a missed opportunity. While it starts off an enjoyable enough romp, the issues mentioned start to have an impact on the overall enjoyment.
  4. Dec 12, 2011
    Six-Guns comes closer than any other freemium title to providing an experience that's packed with action and worth coming back to time and again, but its lack of a narrative and repetitive quests remind you far too often that you're playing a freemium title that's designed around its 'store' button.
  5. Dec 16, 2011
    In visual and gameplay terms, this freemium action title hits the bullseye, but the complete absence of any kind of storyline robs it of purpose.
  6. Dec 12, 2011
    The experience isn't that rewarding, and in the end you might feel that you actually wasted bandwidth downloading the 422 MB. Freemium games can be good, but in the case of Six-Guns it feels like a way to avoid spending time writing a proper story.
  7. Dec 12, 2011
    Six-Guns manages to snatch mediocrity out of the jaws of greatness. It's by no means a terrible title, but it is remarkably shallow, unpolished, and repetitive. That's heartbreaking, honestly, because no one should ever have to use that last sentence when describing a game about cowboys fighting vampires.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 0 out of 3
  2. Negative: 2 out of 3
  1. Nov 15, 2012
    This game is great for an iOS game, but the game quickly gets boring and repetitive. The enemies are too easy to defeat. But the one horrible thing about this game is the amount charged for extra money. 99.99 for a "barn of coins." Seriously? This game has potential but doesn't use it well. Expand
  2. Dec 31, 2013
    An absolutely appalling and uninspired game. It suffers from poor level design; boring game-play; lack-luster story and the game even has numerous graphical glitches and lots of frame rate drops. I can hardly stand to play it for more than five minutes Expand
  3. Feb 24, 2014
    A horrible "freemium"game that tricks you by being free and then charging you to buy all the actually good items and weapons. There is no storyline, you just complete the same four mission archetypes over and Horse races, raid the fort, rescue the hostage, and shoot the targets over and over and over and over again in slightly different settings as you level up. It is technically open world, but the map is devoid of anything exciting. To buy like 85% of the weapons you have This is a horrible cash milker by game loft. Expand