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  • Do You Want To Be A Cowgirl?

    GamersInfo's Kelly Heckman does! Keep reading to see her thoughts on Bang! Howdy.

    I have a confession to make: I wanna be a cowgirl. I've been tryin' awfully darned hard for the last three months. Bang! Howdy just roped me in like a Rodeo Clown on Saturday and I've been branded, so to speak, ever since. It's a bit of a genre bender, this one. So, in the style of my favorite Spaghetti Western, The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly, I'll give go at tellin' ya'll just what it's like. *queue the whistle*

    Get clicking to read more.

    News
    Mon, Feb 26, 2007
    LadySirse
  • Three Rings' Bang! Howdy Rides Into Town

    A press release was issued to announce that Bang! Howdy is launched and ready for you to mosey on over and check it out.

    hree Rings Design, Inc., a leading developer of multiplayer online casual games, announced today that the company officially launched its newest title, Bang! Howdy. The free-to-play game has experienced strong growth since the end of beta, thanks to promotion by its launch partner, Miniclip (www.miniclip.com), the world's largest online gaming site with 34 million unique game players per month. Aspiring cowboys can download and play the game now at www.banghowdy.com.

    Get clicking to read the rest of the press release.

    News
    Fri, Feb 23, 2007
    LadySirse
  • Boba Fett Was Never This Cheerful.
    The folks at Bang! Howdy, although being fairly quiet since January, have been putting together a new mini-game, Bounties, for the intrepid deputy. Bounties sets your character against an outlaw in a series of games. If you win and bring the outlaw in, you earn rewards. Simple as that. Here a piece from the official site:

    What are bounties, ya might be wonderin'. Well, bounties are a single player campaign mode where an intrepid Deputy (that's you) is pitted against an Outlaw (and sometimes their henchmen) in a series of games. Except that in bounty games the goal isn't always to come in first place. Games can define additional criteria like finishin' the game without losing more than five units or gunnin' down more than ten of the opponent's units in the process.

    Yeehaw! Time to russle me up some outlaws!

    News
    Fri, Feb 16, 2007
    Cody Bye
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