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- Summary: "Warm Gun will pull your eyeballs out of your head at first glance." - TouchArcade"Something totally different and off the charts." - PocketFullOfApps"Warm Gun is like Borderlands and Team Fortress had a baby" - Destructoid"It is like having your gaming PC in your pocket when you play it." - JohnsiPhone"Gear up folks for some serious action..." - NovaTeamsThis single player adventure takes players on a post-apocalyptic ride through a decayed amusement park. Jammed packed with shooting ranges, mini games and a few surprises, players are invited to hone their skills in the many wonders of… The Carnival of Bullets!Players will assume the role of “The Preacher” as he navigates his way through a wondrous assortment of ‘Gun Trials’. Loaded with a variety of challenges, Carnival of Bullets aims to deliver a short and sweet introduction to the world of Warm Gun...Emotional Robots brings you Warm Gun: Carnival of Bullets, the first iOS FPS powered by Epic's cutting-edge Unreal Engine 3 technology!? UNIVERSAL APP ?Play Warm Gun: Carnival of Bullets on iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPad, iPad 2, iPod Touch 3 (16GB and above), or iPod Touch 4 for FREE!? UNIQUE TRAINING ENVIRONMENT ?Step right up, today is your lucky day! This unique 3D environment powered by the award-winning Unreal Engine 3 allows players the chance to learn and hone their mobile gaming skills!? CUSTOMIZABLE CONTROLS ?Select one of three different control schemes and adjust their sensitivity for maximum control!? SCALABLE GRAPHICS ?High-resolution graphics that utilize the enhanced visual capabilities of the iPhone 4 and iPad 2 while maintaining quality gaming on older iOS devices!? INDIE LOVE ?Support the indie love! Emotional Robots is a self-funded, independent games developer.? READY TO UPGRADE!? ?Our full version, Warm Gun, is packed full of exciting characters, weapons and environments and allows for both offline and online play. Check it out!… Expand
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Oct 17, 201140First problem: there's no control customization. You're stuck with dual sticks. The left works just fine. The right, on the other hand, is much too slow. Instead, we opted to aim by dragging a finger across the right side of the screen, but that often resulted in accidentally firing the weapons at random.