iPad Gameloft – Wild West Guns (now out $0.99)

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  1. querty

    querty New Member

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    #1 querty, Jan 27, 2009
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  2. Phi6

    Phi6 Well-Known Member

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    Hmm but we already have billy frontier. I hope this will be better
     
  3. Der-Kleine

    Der-Kleine Well-Known Member

    Link please.
    Sounds good :).
     
  4. jupiter21

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    i wish they would wok on improving BIA first... :/
     
  5. Der-Kleine

    Der-Kleine Well-Known Member

    I wish they'd do that too :S
     
  6. spmwinkel

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  7. choaffable

    choaffable Member

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    It's most likely a port of their WiiWare game, details over here.
    What seemed middling on the console might work much better on a portable platform like the iPhone.
     
  8. sam the lion

    sam the lion Well-Known Member

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    I don't know.. shooting with the wiimote is fun, but tapping (or maybe tilting) doesn't seem quite the same thing
     
  9. PpGrillo

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    #9 PpGrillo, Jan 27, 2009
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    maybe its this..

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  10. salsamd

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    #10 salsamd, Jan 27, 2009
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    An implementation of shooting as in Silent Hill where one uses the accelerometer to aim and tapping the back of the phone with a finger to "pull the trigger" may create a better challenge and a closer "gun" simulation than simply tapping the screen.
     
  11. nizy

    nizy Well-Known Member

    I've got the wiiware version. Its a nice game, short and simple but fun too. Plus the high scores are hard to beat! Works well on that platform with the wiimote, but not sure about Touch controls. Will have to wait and see...
     
  12. thepretender

    thepretender Well-Known Member

    #12 thepretender, Feb 6, 2009
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    Heres an in game trailer for the iPhone version.

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  13. salsamd

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    looks like another taps ahoy mates. :( I wish they had used Sillet Hill's method for aiming and shooting. This just seems too easy and with out challenge
     
  14. BulletDev

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    If it is just as polished as the WiiWare version, I think this could be great for an introductory of $4.99.

    EDIT: Oops, just saw the trailer. I'm not even interested. Come on!
     
  15. ITrocks

    ITrocks Well-Known Member

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    Agreed! Even the dude in the trailer doesn't seem interested.
     
  16. jecebn

    jecebn Well-Known Member

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    I dont remember where I saw this, but Gameloft submitted the game on the 6th, so it should be showing up anytime now
     
  17. Rhino

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    nice, this game looks great! where did you find info on the 6th?
     
  18. Rhino

    Rhino Well-Known Member

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    It's out!

    4.99!!! downloading now!
     
  19. Kamazar

    Kamazar Well-Known Member

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    "Another one bites the dust." LOL. Really?

    Eh, no, not interested. It's just a rehashed concept in a different flavor.
     

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