Dead Horizon Brings Redemption Through Point & Click, NES-Style Shootouts

By Joel Couture . August 12, 2017 . 9:00am

Bonnie Starr used to be a farmgirl, but has now taken up a gun against dangerous desperadoes in Dead Horizon, a point & click game that draws from light gun games and westerns.

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Players will have to guide Bonnie’s shots when things get dangerous, with the game pitting her against five dangerous opponents in tense quickdraw duels. Players will click where Bonnie needs to shoot, looking to take out her opponents as fast as possible before they can blast her back. If their aim is true, players will be able to continue with the story, although some of her opponents might not deserve the lethal justice she is dishing out.

Dead Horizon draws some inspiration from games like Wild Gunmen, Namco Quick & Crash, and Mad Dog McCree, but gives them a Hogan’s Alley style look and sound. It takes less than ten minutes to play should players have a quick mouse click.

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Dead Horizon is available for free on Steam.


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