mic_888 · Jul 18, 2011 at 06:00 pm

Wild West Game For Windows Phone 7

If you fancy passing some time shooting baddies in the Wild West, take a look at XDA forum member andre_alberto‘s shooting game for Windows Phone 7 devices.

Wild West is an exciting game where you have to shoot anything that moves. Keep the bas guys away from your town, shoot quickly to improve your own score, and then share it online!

Feedback so far has been that the game is quite fun and definitely worth spending some minutes on a bus ride, although the game could do with more challenges as currently it lets you have unlimited shots.

Wild West is a free game – for the link, head on over to the application thread. The dev has submitted this to the Windows Phone 7 Marketplace  so it should also be available in the Marketplace soon.


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