Showdown at Willow Creek
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Showdown at Willow Creek

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Defend the town from outlaws and city slickers!

Saddle up and defend the town of Willow Creek from nefarious outlaws and city slickers! It all starts when a rancher's daughter goes missing, and it ends at the showdown at Willow Creek, where greed, lust, science and Mother Nature will face off at high noon. Showdown at Willow Creek is an interactive western mystery novel where your choices control the story. The game is entirely text-based--without graphics or sound effects--but powered by the vast, unstoppable power of your imagination. Gamble, seduce, brawl, or shoot your way through Willow Creek, where gunslingers make the laws, and everybody has secrets. Will you romance the gambler or the soiled dove (or both)? Will you side with the scientists bringing electricity to the Old West, or with a tribe of native American Utes? Will you unravel the conspiracy that threatens to tear the town apart, or will you light the fuse to blow it all sky high?

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James CleverleyMar 20, 2014

Enjoyed playing through this western game, some people might feel spoiled with the awesome Tin Star, but this game has a long to recommend to with a range of interesting characters and decisions over what you value - do you think science and progress is more important than tradition and peace? Things like your love interest and your loyalties to the various sides can lead to a variable experience. I would say that the game length is about average for a COS game, maybe slightly shorter but enj... Show more

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CJ ParzivalNov 19, 2013

It's ok... pretty crazy short compared to other recent CoG's, especially when you're paying for it. Every scene maxes out at about 5 half-page sections or less, and it goes scene-short fairly meaningless character time-scene-scene-climax and done. Not a bad setting and not a bad idea at all, but Tin Star (which you can find on the forums and is still in development) is way better and fleshed out than this (and free!).

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    May 22, 2017
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    English (United States)
  • Developer
    Choice of Games LLC
    PO Box 6242 Albany, CA 94706 United States
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