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This game will be very enjoyable for gamers who like “Western” films (e.g. ‘The Good, The Bad and The Ugly’) or adventure games (e.g. ‘Three Skulls of the Toltecs’, ‘Another World’).
The main character is a farmer called Jack, a former accurate shooter. One day an injured Indian, being chased by Black Bill’s bandits, comes to his ranch. Jack manages to save his life, but in return gets his farm burned down by the bandits.

In bad need for money to rebuild his farm, Jack decides to participate in a bandit-tournament in ‘Westtown”. This tournament is organized in memory of the famous robber James Starr where the main price is a bag full of dollars and an old portrait of him. In order to win, Jack has to succeed in a number of mini-quests, as for instance catching and riding a bull.
However, as this old portrait includes a map to James Starr’s concealed treasure, Jack has to face a high number of competitors, including Black Bill’s fearless bandits.

Key features:

Over 35 game scenes;
Action-driven quests;
Animated backgrounds;
Humoristic storyline.

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