Guncho 12+

Wild West Tactics

Arnold Rauers

    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Guncho is a single player turn based tactical wild west shooter-roguelike. Engage in a unique positional shooting mechanic and fight your way through a series of randomly generated levels. Ride your donkey and use a variety of skills and bullet upgrades to become the ultimate gun slinger.

About this game

In this single-player tactical Wild West shooter-roguelike, you play as Guncho against a variety of bandits and outlaws. In a series of randomly generated levels, you use your trusty revolver to fight your way through each encounter. At the end of every run, you will face a final boss which you need to defeat in order to become the ultimate gun slinger.


Guncho's gameplay revolves around a unique positional shooting mechanic. By moving, shooting, and unloading bullets, you influence Guncho's revolver rotation. To outwit your enemies, align your bullets through clever tactical moves. You can also use the environment to overcome the challenges of each level, by targeting explosive barrels or pushing your foes into fire or deadly cacti. After each level, choose from a variety of bullet upgrades and skills to further improve your tactical abilities. In each run, you face a final boss that will test your skills and tactical finesse.


- Unique positional shooting mechanic.
- Turn-based Wild West roguelike shootouts.
- Hex-based tactics gameplay.
- Randomly generated levels.
- A variety of enemy types, with different movement and skill sets.
- Easy and Expert game modes.
- Daily game challenge.
- Unlocks and Achievements.
- Cloud saves.

What’s New

Version 1.0.6

Howdy Partner,

this is a quick bugifx update.

What's new?
Changed: Main UI selection.
Changed: Ambient now belongs to sound slider group.
Fixed: Monkey tapping the pause menu.

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
276 Ratings

276 Ratings

KesaGatame ,

(Big Report) Smart, Quick, Well-Crafted

Bug Report: (“report a problem
Just says bad gateway and I didn’t see reporting on linked sites): if leaping away from dynamite the dynamite pushes you away after the leap as though you had been standing next to it. Seems to be checking start of turn flag or something to decide if pushback.

This is something to point at regarding smart, concise game design. The controls are smooth by being integrated with the core game mechanics. Typically used do a lot of sub-menu hunting to indicate intent, but this game keeps interactions tight. One of the core conceits, that your direction of shooting is tied to the bullet representation and selection display *seemed* like it would be too surreal to work, but interacts deftly with the pace and strategy of the game. (Adding a bit of planning and play, but not bogging the game down.) Atop all that the game is high-impact + strategy, which makes for fun plays where you set up moves to avoid, attack, and use opposition and environment to your advantage. Great game. Easier to pull up rules for environment objects would be nice though.

isden7777 ,


I spent quite a lot of time playing Enyo. I found this game, and it seemed like a natural evolution on the concept of the grid based, tactical, turn by turn, butterfly effect game play. Low and behold, I found out they were made by the same people.
The game play is clever and effective, the theming is well done, the sound design is great, and the fantasy of being some hardened gun men who knows how to plan ahead is clear. All I ask is that more bosses and content be added, and I would happily buy the full version of this game.

Seriously, the music in this game is great. I can’t get that guncho lietmotif out of my ahead.

Lasta Anam ,

Don’t purchase this stolen tripe of a money grab game

The fact someone expects us to pay money for this is ridiculous, especially considering this game is a poorly disguised copy of several pre existing free games. Furthermore this particular version has the worst RNG of all the variations of this game I’ve played and it’s the one asking you for money. It’s got several pay walls as well. An example, looking at level 3 normal. I tested on two accounts and if you buy it the level 3 normal RNG pay wall disappears and you can actually get past it about 40% of the time. If you somehow manage to get past level 3s horrendous RNG without buying it level 4 is essentially insta death, whereas if you have bought it, even tho the RNG is still horrific it becomes winnable. Its saddening to see someone reskin a classic free game and turn it into a money grab, shame on you for stealing the work of others and attempting to benefit financially off of it.

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