Wild West Chase

Wild West Chase

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Take on the roles of US Marshal Maverick and his Deputy Green McHorn and bring notorious gangster Bill "The Wild" Killwood and his Bloodbrothers gang to justice!

Find all the essential evidence for your quest in entertaining Hidden Object scenes and solve challenging Match 3 levels to chase the bandits through the entire country. Prevail in action-laden duels to foil the gangsters' evil plans and don't fall for the gang's heinous diversions!

Can you stay on the right track and bring the gang of outlaws to justice?

  • 50+ challenging levels!
  • Brain-twisting Match 3 puzzles
  • Entertaining Hidden Object scenes
  • Action-laden duels
  • Western-style graphics & sound

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Game System Requirements:

  • OS: 10.11/10.10/10.9/10.8/10.7/10.6
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz (INTEL ONLY)
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • Hard Drive: 90 MB

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Wild West Chase is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 24.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good Fun I am not a wild west gal, & after some of the reviews, tossed up whether to even try the demo, but I really enjoyed this game. I speed read the comments by the sheriffs etc, which tell the story as you progress ie robberies & bad men, the HO wasn't (so far) too gloomy to see, & I just love to zoom all over the board, with as others describe as dragging. I just consider it as drawing lines, which in my book is more fun than the usual match 3 methods, & faster. If I hadn't read reviews stating the moves being numbered (enough to put me off, usually), I wouldn't even have noticed. You do get a warning sound when down to last 5 moves, & you can buy power ups, but I have managed without these so far (about level 18) I loved the shooting the baddies & the way each level finishes. The music wasn't un enjoyable, & the demo was over too quickly, so I just had to get the game, so I could keep going - probably all night !!! :)
Date published: 2017-01-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from wild west chase loved this game! played it over and over
Date published: 2017-01-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from LOVE THE WILD WEST !!!!! I HAVE HAD LOTS OF FUN PLAYING THIS GAME WAS SO SURPRIZED IT DID'NT GET BETTER REVIEWS.I HOPE THEY CONTINUE ON TO A FOLLOW UP. THE ONLY THING THEY SOULD ADD IS ANOTHER BANDIT SHOOT OUT.
Date published: 2016-02-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from YIPPEE KI-YAY! This is absolutely the best game I've every played. I like it so much that I'm actually filling it in as my favorite game on the reviews I post. I'm also seriously thinking about playing it over again, maybe more than once. I've already contacted the company to see when a sequel is coming out; they aren't sure yet as they are still getting feedback from this game. I have never seen a Match 3 game set up this way. Instead of switching tiles to make matches, you draw lines through adjacent tiles to remove them. And the tiles don't have to be right next to each other, they can just be touching at a corner. The longer string of tiles you can connect, the more points you get. I did one string that went almost all across the board, lacking 1 tile on each end to go from side to side. Adding to that, the line was not straight, but wandered up and down and around so it was actually longer than the length of the grid. This is so much more fun than the standard Match 3 arrangement. The game includes HOS and a shooting gallery game. These are nice breaks from playing the Match 3 all the time. The HOS are not difficult and I required no hints on any of them. The shooting gallery game wasn't too hard, but I'm just a little slow with the touch pad so couldn't get a perfect score. As you play the game, you earn points. After completing a location, additional points are awarded for not using all the allowed moves and for the number of tiles connected. Using the points you win, you can purchase power ups. These power ups can be upgraded to a maximum, using, again, the points earned during play. For instance, upgrading the power up that clears a row or column gets you to the point that both a row and a column will be cleared when you use it. Prior to upgrading, it will only clear a row. Upgrading a bomb means it will clear more adjacent tiles. I earned plenty of points to be able to upgrade all the power ups to the max. I did run out of moves a couple of times, before I could upgrade the power up for that, and before I learned how to use the other power ups judiciously. This just requires you to replay the grid. I was sorry the game ended, even though it lasted a long time. Lots of locations. But I also kept playing it until I finished it because I liked it so much. If you aren't an American West culture fan, then the theme and storyline of the game may turn you off. And perhaps it won't be challenging enough for some players. For me, the novelty of the way tiles are turned was enough to keep me interested well beyond the end of the game.
Date published: 2016-02-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from fun I wish there were more games like this
Date published: 2016-02-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wild West Chase Another great matching game to play and it make a change to have one with hidden objects in
Date published: 2016-01-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Give it a try It wasn't for me, but not by any flaw of the game. I just prefer to speed match my M3s. I liked that this game takes some thought, especially with limited moves, but the game play is just a touch too slow for my taste. I never play relaxed mode on M3s and live for the bam-bam-bam-bam stream of combo moves as they scroll down. That being said the icons were just adorable and easy to differentiate. The HO minigames were fun and (shock!) items are where they SHOULD be located (trophies on a top shelf, drinking glass on a table top, etc.) Didn't play much of the story line but the characters so far were fun to read and the music and sound effects were theme appropriate. I jumped when the game started up with a gun shot, haha. Definitely worth checking out.
Date published: 2017-03-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from the more I played the better I liked it At first I thought it was kind of hokey - but it turned out to be a fun game. the hidden object parts were really easy and the shoot-outs were comical. But the sound effects were fun. Wish it was a longer game - I finished the whole thing in 2 sittings and it seemed to come to an abrupt end with a " to be continued" sign. Hopefully there will be a part 2. It's not really challenging - but it is fun...
Date published: 2016-01-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from OK I had fun playing this game especially with a touch screen, but it took me about 3-4 hours to finish the whole thing. Ended too soon. I nice mix of match three, hidden object, and shoot out.
Date published: 2016-01-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Strategic chain matching The unusual thing about this game is that it allows diagonal matching, so although it has square tiles it has even more choice of moves than games with hexagonal tiles. Limited moves means you need to think, but without time pressure. A chain of at least 8 is needed to generate a bomb on the board, and sometime I made a chain of more than that without reward - perhaps it depends what type of tiles the chain is made of? Of the powerups you can buy the only one I find to be much use is the axe, as you can choose where to use it - the others all take out random tiles, though the rifle can be helpful. There is a map showing your progress through the game but you can't replay levels, just have to start from the beginning again. All in all it's a game which could have been better, but as soon as I completed it I did start over again so it must have something!
Date published: 2016-01-21
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