Gameloft Launches Wild-Western Title ‘Six-Guns’ on iOS
Gameloft have announced the official launch of their greatly anticipated wild-western themed freemium title, Six-Guns, on iOS. Combining tales of Wild West and American mythology, Six-Guns promises a brand new action-packed open world adventure filled with cowboys, vampires, werewolves and witches. Players can now join in on the adventure as they follow Buck Crosshaw, a man who never shot anyone who didn’t deserve it. After the corrupt Missouri law branded him an outlaw, Buck faked his death and saddled up for the Arizona territory in order to protect his family from becoming unwitting pawns in an escalating county war. But in escaping one evil, Buck is about to face another as an ancient and wicked force stirs in the hills. While Buck thought he was leaving hell behind… hell is actually just waiting for him at the end of the road. A complete list of features includes: Unlock 8 different horses, 20 weapons and a vast selection of clothes and other items. Freely explore massive Wild West landscapes in Arizona and Oregon, for the first time on iPhone! Complete 40 varied missions ranging from racing horses, stopping robbers and shooting targets, to taking back the fort, and more! Fight looting bandits, bloodthirsty vampires, cunning witches and many other supernatural foes. About Gameloft A leading global publisher of digital and social games, Gameloft® has established itself as one of the top innovators in its field since 2000. Gameloft creates games for all digital platforms, including mobile phones, smartphones and tablets (including Apple® iOS and Android® devices), set top box, connected TVs and consoles. Gameloft partners with leading international brands such as UNO®, Spider-Man®, James Cameron’s Avatar™, Ferrari® and Sonic Unleashed®. Gameloft also operates its own established franchises, such as Real Football, Asphalt™, Modern Combat 2: Black Pegasus and N.O.V.A Near Orbit Vanguard Alliance®. Gameloft is present in all continents, distributes its games in 100 countries and employs over 4,000 developers.