|Developer||Christian Gleinser (alias ZeHa)|
|Publisher||Dr. Wuro Industries|
|Gamemode||Single player |
up to 4 players (simultaneous)
* Download: Website
* Boxed version with printed manual and diskette can be purchased.
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Shotgun is a death match game for 2 to 4 players. The characters run around in one of 7 selectable arenas and collect guns in order to shoot their opponents. Each gun carries three bullets of ammo. Collected guns re-appear after a few seconds on their place of origin. It is not possible however, to collect more than one gun at the same time.
Once a player achieves the required score of 20 kills (or whatever has been configured in advance), the match is over and a score table is displayed. After that, the next match can be started.
The game supports the classical games 4-player interface, it is however also playable as a 2-player game if the interface is unavailable. It was nevertheless designed explicitely as a 4-player game and it provides the most fun in this mode.
Simple fighting arenas, in which the player can see guns and also some flowerpots to cheer things up, along with a nice music soundtrack.
 X-Mas Edition
On the first Sunday of Advent of the publishing year (27.11.2016), an "X-Mas Edition" of Shotgun was released. This version is basically identical with the original version, however the characters have been replaced by Santa Claus figures and the flowerpots are now Christmas trees. Also, there are two additional color schemes ("icy x-mas" and "cozy x-mas") and the bonus map "Arena H".
In the main menu the following options can be adjusted using the keyboard:
- - Players (number of players): 2 to 4 (default: 4)
- - Objective (number of kills to win the match): 10 to 50 kills (default: 20)
- - Arena (map in which the match takes place): A to G (default: A)
- - Color Scheme (colors of the walls and plants): blue, brown, grey (default: blue)
- - Music: on / off (default: on)
- or fire: start the match
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For the "Boxed Version" of the game, 2 different cover images exist, which can be chosen by the customer by flipping around the cover inlay of the plastic box.
No highscore possible in this game. The winner has always the score chosen in the settings when winning.