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Law of the West

by Alan Miller, Mimi Doggett, and Ed Bogas


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About the Story

"If you've ever wanted to pin a tin star to your chest and match the exploits of a Bat Masterson or Wyatt Earp, then here's your chance. Ultra-large graphics, lifelike action, and natural playability deliver excitement so real you can almost smell the gunpowder." - Back cover.

Law of the West has you converse with a variety of characters using selectable answers. The game contains a certain amount of randomness, and a shooting mini-game if you do not manage to talk down conflicts. The entire game is controlled using a joystick exclusively. At the end of the game, the player is scored on how well they did on a variety of factors, including authority, number of captured crooks, how well you did romantically.

Game Details

Language: English (en)
Current Version: Unknown
License: Commercial (Out of Print)
IFID: ALAN-626600C1788B1C80BBDA477025A6291D
TUID: 9am2zdnd1onw6377


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