Using a combination of the keyboard and mouse to move and fire, players can tweak the settings in Cowboys vs Pirates to provide an experience that's to their liking. There are three difficulty settings to choose from, and auto-aim can be turned on or off at will to make things easier or harder in the long run. Each level contains multiple entry points for the zombie pirates into the saloon, so you'll need to keep Harry moving almost constantly to not get surrounded or backed into a corner.
Zombies may become distracted by poker tables or barrels, giving you a chance to strike, but as zombies come in different varieties with different strengths, you can't depend on pure distraction to make your way to victory. Fallen zombies drop loot like new guns and money, which can then be spent on upgrades for weapons or Harry in the store. Keep in mind though, while shotguns and mini-guns are great, they come with limited ammo, while your pistol has unlimited bullets available to you in each stage. Does the pistol then deserve more upgrades since it's more dependable? That's all up to you.If you get tired of the single-player gameplay in Cowboys vs Pirates, you can try your haadand at multiplayer gaming via the game's competitive multiplayer mode, which pits you against other players as you try to kill the most zombies possible in a limited amount of time.
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