Gun Mute

by C.E.J. Pacian profile

Western
2008

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- civilstat (Maine, USA), October 21, 2021

- Little Bilham (Atlanta, GA), September 7, 2021

- Hellzon (Sweden), July 1, 2021

0 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
great game, February 13, 2021
by jlvp1234 ( United States )

I really enjoyed this game. if only, there were more games with guns other than gun mute, torn, attack of the yetti robot zombies, and, midst the saige brush and kaktis.


- Deka, November 21, 2020

- Durafen, July 22, 2020

- William Chet (Michigan), July 19, 2020

- Edo, June 15, 2020

- Zape, April 28, 2020

- Sammel, April 20, 2020

- beecadee, April 1, 2020

- ImaginaryTalkingRabbit, October 2, 2019

- elias67, March 12, 2019

- lcs70, February 20, 2019

- Stian, January 22, 2019

- SchnickelFritz (TX), December 26, 2018

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
Violence is the answer, July 29, 2018
by Victor Gijsbers (The Netherlands)

You are Gun Mute, and your friend Elias is about to be hanged by the evil sheriff. So what's a man to do? You grab your trusty six-shooter, enter the post-apocalyptic Western town, and shoot anyone who tries to stop you.

Gun Mute is an almost pure combat game, where you move through a completely linear series of encounters most of which end with either you dying to your enemy's bullet or your enemy dying to yours. The fights are not based on a numerical combat system la Treasures of Slaver's Kingdom or Kerkerkruip; instead, each encounter is a puzzle in which you have to identify your enemy's weaknesses and use them to prevail. Failure means death, but you can always undo. Some of the puzzles are better clued than others, but for the most part, they are enjoyable. Along the way, there is some room for non-combat discoveries; and the ending is particularly satisfying.

Essential playing for anyone who wants to design a puzzle-based combat game; recommended playing for all others.


- Bartlebooth, June 18, 2018

- Jan Strach, April 19, 2018

- deathbytroggles (Minneapolis, MN), April 1, 2018

- Guenni (At home), January 30, 2018

- ArchDelacy, September 19, 2017

- sushabye, September 2, 2017

- AuntBeast (USA), July 31, 2017

- Laney Berry, June 12, 2017


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