In the savage, rough and tumble days of the American West, a hard working, homestead family is attacked by desperados, robbed of their possessions, and left for dead. One lone survivor, a boy named Red, is taken in by an Indian man, given a home and taught the ways of survival. Years later, a mysterious gunfighter appears in town and the lawless begin to fear for their lives. The old West will never be the same as Red fights with honor, seeking vengeance on the savage outlaws of the frontier. Written by
Did You Know?
At the end of Chapter 16: Jailbreak, you duel three bad guys named Sergio, Ennio, and Eli. Their names are obvious references to Sergio Leone, Ennino Morricone, and Eli Wallach, who directed, scored and starred in a series of spaghetti westerns with Clint Eastwood. See more
When the Buffalo Soldier tells Governor Griffon that he needs to phone General Boden. The game is set in the 1880s Alexander Graham Bell never invented the telephone until the 1890s. See more
TNT! Why couldn't it be bacon and beans?
References Django, Prepare a Coffin