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!Six Guns is an open-world, mobile game developed and published by Gameloft. It is written in Lua. It was released for iOS on December 5, 2011 on the App Store for free. On March 17, 2012, it has been downloadable for free on Google Play for Android devices. Later, it was also released on Windows Store for Windows Phone and Windows 8/8.1 devices.—Gameloft, the publisher of Six-Guns, the App Store
The player takes control of a cowboy called Buck Crosshaw. Crosshaw has been considered to be an outlaw, so he faked his own death and escaped to Arizona. Unfortunately, he faces Outlaws and Supernatural Foes during his journey. Also, he knows about his real wife's "death".
- The player explores the Wild West of Six-Guns, which is divided into two main areas: Arizona and Oregon. He/She can do more than 40 quests all over the Wild West, buy outfits, weapons and horses.
- Six Guns features several mini-games, the player is rewarded for accomplishing them - There is horse racing, sniping, battling bandits and supernatural creatures and more. In addition, there are events that have great prizes and Sheriff Stars.
- Chests are scattered all over the Wild West, in Arizona and Oregon. Chests may contain ammo and coins.
- The game features Road Signs, a method of reaching places quickly. Road Signs enable the player to switch between two time modes: Dawn and Dusk.
- The Lottery is an event at which the player can get prizes. There are four types of Lottery - the Free Lottery (which is available every 24 hours), the Bronze Lottery, the Silver Lottery and the Gold Lottery. Notice that the Bronze, Silver and Gold ones are paid for stars, but players get better rewards in return.
- List of Achievements are available on the three platforms. Players do certain activities to earn achievements.
- Six-Guns also features a Multiplayer mode, where players can face each other.
For reviews of Six Guns, see: Six Guns on Metacritic.