Fatal Puzzle - an addictive entertaining game. Your task is to use all your brains and skills and kill all gangsters who flood the country. Stones, guns, bombs and boomerangs will help you in this. Be quick, the time and trials are limited. Free.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
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Description: Good news for the western fans! A thrilling adventure is lying ahead of you! You are a gangster chaser. Your purpose is to annihilate the gangsters in various ways: to throw down a stone at the gangster; to drop a boomerang, dynamite or a bomb; to shoot a gun at the gangster etc. You drive the chaser with the help of arrow keys and space bar. Use the arrow keys to move the chaser and to perform various actions over the subjects; use left or right arrow to push, throw and switch; use up or down to pick up and to put down, use space bar in other cases. A rich set of trap gadgets as well as dozens of levels is available! The higher the level is, the quicker the action is performed. Good luck in chasing the gangsters!
Four skill levels with increasing difficulty are included. Something for everyone!
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