Infinite West has been featured in Apple's "Our favourite new games" list in 50+ countries!
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PocketGamer: “One of the best iOS games”
Blastmagazine: “Best iOS Games - Levels get more intricate and introduce smart additions that will put your logic skills to the test.”
AppSpy: "Clint Eastwood and others made being a gunslinger look easy in dozens of westerns, but surviving the ever-increasing onslaughts of Infinite West is anything but."
Appadvice: “Infinite West (…) definitely stands out with the Wild West theme. The game is a bit like Chess as you try to get your gunfighter in the right position to take out enemies.”
Tom’s Guide: “The Wild West has just gotten more wild in Infinite West for iPhone.”
Techristic: “Best Games For The Week”
BGR: “The best free Iphone games of the week.”
Player.one: “Best Free iOS Puzzle Games: With each level, the challenges become more complex and you have to carefully plan when to move, attack, head for supplies or just hunker down and lie in wait.”
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Driven by the brutal murder of both wife and child by a savage gang, a former gunslinger unleashes frontier justice in the Wild West.
Infinite West is a challenging, strategic puzzle game that is inspired by classic board games, such as Chess.
You will strategically navigate small 7x7 grids to avoid attacks, take out enemies, and gather resources. Every move counts if you want to survive. You will need to think carefully before you act.
Infinite West features:
• More playable levels than atoms in our universe
• Stunning graphics and immersive sounds
• Play your way: swipe-to-move and tap controls
• Powerful upgrades making you even more dangerous
• Challenging achievements that will test your strategic skills
• Online leaderboards to compete with your friends and the world
• New outfits for the Gunslinger to unlock
• Procedurally generated levels making every game a new experience
- Minor bug fixes and performance improvements
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Fun game that requires strategic thinking
Infinite West is a very clever use of chess-like strategy in an Old West theme. Your lone gunfighter faces am increasing number of enemies on each level. There are different types of enemies, each of which can only attack in certain ways (like chess pieces can only move in certain ways), such as straight horizontally or vertically, or diagonally, or to any adjacent space, etc. Your goal is to use your various moves and upgrades to defeat them so that you can move on to the next level. (Yes, you can get to the exit point and go to the next level without killing all of the enemies, but that's not the point of the game.)
I played and was entertained for several hours before i decided that I'd beaten the game because i had collected all of the upgrades and could win each new level. In other words, i got to a point where the game wasn't getting any harder. That's the only reason that i gave it 4 stars instead of 5: the computerized opponent that controls the enemy pieces isn't super clever.
I did not encounter any major bugs. Very occasionally, the "watch video" button (I was playing the free version) did not work so i had to hard exit the app, but everything worked fine when i restarted it and it had not lost my place.
TL;DR: Fun game, small bug, annoying mechanic
This game is extremely fun. I got it recently, and have been playing it daily since. You have to watch an ad every time you get to level 5 to continue, which is slightly annoying, but much less so than some games.
I only have two complaints: Firstly, you can’t kill things in front of you. Normally, you step next to an enemy to kill them, but if an enemy steps next to you (enemies can’t move and attack on the same turn), then you can’t use your turn to kill it. I get that it’s an added strategic element, but sometimes it results in you getting trapped in a corner, which you have to either dash out of or shoot the enemy blocking you. If you have no dash or shoot, then you have to restart.
Second, there’s a minor bug: When you are standing on the other side of a diagonal wall across from a knife-holder, like so:
(@=you, $=knife, 0=rock/obstacle)
The knifer can hit you, since its hit radius extends diagonally, and it’s not blocked by obstacles like the riflemen and gunners are.
-Add more enemies; maybe one that charges straight forward in a line to attack?
-Add bosses every 10 or 20 levels
That’s all. Good game!
DO NOT BUY!!!!
After playing the first few levels, I was convinced that this game is worth the money, but soon I realized I was wrong. First of, paying money is suppose to unlock a new campaign（land mode) and enable us to save some progress in Day Mode. But guess what, the BUG made the entire Day Mode unavailable to play. So you only get half of what you purchased. DON’T BUY
Furthermore, the enemy in this game is too smart, especially in Land Mode, it is probably smart in Day Mode as well but SINCE I CANT EVEN PLAY IT, I don’t know.
The enemies in this game are so smart that they give you NO CHANCE AT ALL, they can trap you in a corner and keep us trapped forever. As a result, you can’t get far unless you pay again for upgrade. Because the enemies make no mistakes, you can’t kill them unless you use special skills, which are limited unless you pay again.
In general, screw you developer, this game is so bad that I wouldn’t play it even if it’s free.
In-App PurchasesSee All
- Ghanshaam Sewnath
- 455.4 MB
Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Frequent/Intense Mature/Suggestive Themes
- Frequent/Intense Realistic Violence
- © 2018 Ape-X
- In-App Purchases
- Full Game $1.99
- Restock Abilities 10x $0.99
- Restock Abilities 25x $1.99
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