Minimum requirements

  • OS: Windows 7, 8, Vista
  • Processor: 2.0+ GHz
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Graphics: OpenGL 2.1+, GLSL 1.2+, 256 MB VRAM
  • Storage: 350 MB available space
  • Additional Notes: Supports Xbox 360 Controller
windows, mac, linux
Single-player, Steam Achievements, Full controller support
Action, Adventure, Indie
16 Jul, 2015

Curator review

Are you feeling lucky? In a game where luck in measurable, collectable and usable you will wish that you are the luckiest person on the planet. A fun game with some great humor and gameplay.

Full review

I recently had the pleasure of playing Luckslinger, a game that truly puts luck to the test. Inspired by both spaghetti western classics and hip hop culture, this unique blend creates an experience like no other.

The concept of luck is central to this game, where you can collect and utilize it at will. The more luck you have stored in your lucky bracelet, the greater your chances are of escaping danger unscathed or stumbling upon valuable loot. It adds an exciting element of uncertainty to every decision you make.

The town of Clovercreek has fallen victim to a notorious group of outlaws who have stolen its precious luck charms. As the protagonist, it's your duty to retrieve them and bring justice to these lawless bandits. Of course, being a bounty hunter comes with its own set of challenges and risks.

Throughout your journey in Luckslinger, you'll be accompanied by Duckbridge - a loyal companion who assists you in various ways. From returning thrown weapons to providing distractions for enemies, Duckbridge adds an extra layer of strategy as you navigate through treacherous environments.

With its fast-paced gameplay and dark humor reminiscent of spaghetti westerns, Luckslinger delivers hours