Riding Shotgun

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3.6/5 (78 votes)

Riding Shotgun is a Western-themed, turn-based strategy game on an 8 x 8 board where you must win shootouts against different computer opponents. Move your wagon onto different icons to attack your enemy and defend against attacks. It's a nicely-stylized and unique take on a traditional style puzzle game.

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Stage 16: IM-PO-SI-BLE


Note: Two of the same poker hands with different cards are not a "tie". For example, my two pair, queens and threes, beats his two pair, nines and sixes. Grumble.


Cody F, that way is quite standard in most poker rules (that is, all variants I know)


Level 16

Upgrade at the shop. You can win 150 each time on level 15 - The train robbery.

This then makes the rest of the game very easy.


Interesting game, but the music doesn't fit the western and cowboy environment.

And I didn't understand the "end". �"_o...

in fact, there isn't really an end, is there ? I found myself with some trophy (legendary defenser) and one award (danger bend) among three... I don't see where you can win the two other awards. Weird. :/


About the awards:

Notice that the names of the awards correspond to three of the locations on the map. Those three locations have special bonus requirements; you can complete those after you win the campaign.


I didn't realize I could just pass by the gambler by going back to the map, so I ended up taking all his money and put him in debt :P

John Behnken September 9, 2011 8:30 AM

I liked the game in general, but the poker module has some definite problems. You can't really make a killing here due to the single bet (and limited bet system), but the biggest problem with poker is in what the game considers a "tie hand". The best example I can offer is that I had "Ace, King, Jack, four, two". The computer had "Ace, Jack, Ten, Eight, Seven." That is not a tie. High card under the ace (my king) should have won. The strategy element is a lot of fun though and the sound effects are nice.




John - because neither you or the CPU player had a hand, ace is the high card; and you did in fact tie. Were you both to have a pair of aces, then your king would be the deciding high card.

qwertyu63 June 28, 2013 6:26 PM

@Anonymous: I every form of poker I've played, if the high cards are tied, the tie is broken using the next highest cards. (If those are tied, compare the next two and so on...)


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