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Crime doesn’t pay… unless you’re a bounty hunter.

After landing on PC and consoles in 2020, cult hit Huntdown is now causing cut-throat chaos on mobile. Try out the demo first for free before buying the full game – slay criminals with no ads and no microtransactions!

Clean up the streets as one of three merciless bounty hunters in a pixel-painted metropolis overrun by violence and corruption. Inspired by the iconic action movies and arcade games of the 80s, take on the criminal underbelly of the city with a creative assortment of weapons and reclaim the city from anarchy.

Huntdown is the rip-roaring action comedy platformer that delivers fast-paced strategic 2D combat against four deadly gangs and a slew of crime bosses. Prepare to be hit by missiles, explosions, and hundreds of unique one-liners in this riotous adventure from Easy Trigger and Coffee Stain Publishing.


20 levels of platforming pandemonium: Blast your way from towering rooftops and highways to dingy alleyways and casinos as you leave a bloody trail through Huntdown’s bustling criminal underworld.

Choose your bounty hunter: Play as the merciless ex-commando Anna Conda, cyborg John Sawyer, or modified droid Mow Man, each furnished with their own unique armaments. As well as machine guns and pistols, you can also chuck kunai, boomerangs and tomahawks to grind down your enemies.

16-bit hand-crafted style: stunningly rendered pixel art, furnished with sidescrolling settings saturated with beautifully detailed backgrounds and animations.

Pummel your foes on the go with these new mobile features:

- With iCloud and Game Center support, you can play and save progress across all your iOS devices without a hitch, including Apple TV.

- Fully optimised controls, built for mobile from the ground up.

- Connect your favourite controller for a more personalised experience.

What’s New

Version 1.0.2

Minor improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
174 Ratings

174 Ratings

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Oh my god, where to even begin. This game is amazing. Nowadays, it’s so hard to find mobile games that are actually worth playing. So when I find a game with a genre/concept that I enjoy that actually has detail and effort and isn’t all “OnLy OnE pErCeNt CaN gEt To LeVeL fIvE”, naturally I’m intrigued. I found this game one day in the App Store, In a section titled “Brand New Games We Love.” I clicked on it and started scrolling, found the game, and was immediately in love. Not only is the story cool, but the developers really took the time to bring it to life with the extra details. The characters, the voice acting, the little secrets off to the side. Like, did you know that if a bullet hits one of the parking signs, than it will spin around? It’s a detail that barely matters, but makes the game so much of a work of art. And the characters are cool too. Each has their own weapon and voice, and even has separate opinions on dogs. DOGS. Plus, (and I only realized this once I started writing this review) I haven’t seen a single ad since I opened the game. Point being, this is the greatest game I’ve discovered since Sky Force, possibly even better. So check it out, and make sure to buy the full version. You won’t regret it.

Bad Time Haver ,

The perfect mobile game!

I don’t often write reviews but this game is too good. Whether you use a controller or the touchscreen, iPad or iPhone, this game is absolute perfection. Ridiculous dialogue, legitimately great music, and excellent mechanics make this an instant classic. The levels are the perfect length to actually be able to finish in a mobile session and the boss fights are extremely fun.

I also love the pay model for this one; you can play a couple of levels for free and if you like it you can unlock the whole thing as an in app purchase with no ads or micro transactions. Wonderful!

Play this game!



Listen, compared to most games on iOS, games like this deserve your money. The devs put out a quality side scrolling shoot em up with incredible gameplay and no micro transactions. The graphics are smooth, the story (if you call it that) is cheesy 80s sci fi, and they even let you play two whole levels free. If iOS games were more like this people wouldn’t have a bad taste for “mobile”

App Privacy

The developer, Coffee Stain Publishing, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Purchases
  • Location
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More


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