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Hey dude, this is a great little game, I'm interested, did you write the engine from scratch or is it unity?


Hi, i used Raycasting Game Maker 4.6.2

If you want to dev your game with this tool, you will find it on moddb :D

Good luck!

Hey! Thanks for the info, really appreciated.


It has nice graphics, and the levels are nice. Here is some feedback I thought of.

  1. this game looks like it should be less than 40 Mb not 164 Mb
  2. use radio buttons instead of check-boxes on start up menu
  3. let player replay levels without making a new save file
  4. the "Quit" menu item is hard to see on dark screens
  5. replace generic loading screen
  6. it would be nice to see the players direction on the map
  7. the fact that the main menu and the pause menu are exactly the same is confusing

These are some glitches I found.

  1.  map turns black after saving
  2. mouse controls don't let you shoot
  3. glitch when shooting cactus
  4. Help Menu: "pam wohs" isn't English. I think it should say "show map".

I really do love this game a lot. It is a throwback to the early '90's, first generation of pre-Wolfenstein FPSs, with a charming Western theme, (think Catacomb Abyss 3D as a Western). The controls are simple. The first few levels might give you the impression that the game is too easy, but it gets more challenging as the stages progress. It even has a fun bonus level at the end if you complete both episodes. I hope that you enjoy this game as much as I did.


I love these old still games so I've done the first two levels. I will do more but thank you. A great little game


out of curiosity, what engine is it? Looks beautifuly retro

Hi! This is Raycasting Game Maker 4.62


lovely, bought it on Steam, those bears were a nice suprise :) shame RGM stoopped development

Thanks dude! I'm glad that you liked the game ;)


Did a LP of this for our channel! Here is the first part!

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Thank u man! It's realy good let's play!

DOOM Like western FPS great idea, nice graphics!

I love the retro style!

Thank you ;)