Okay, folks, here we go with part 2 of this head to head competition.
Gameplay: It's really unusual that I'd even include this because both games share one concept: fire guns. iGun Pro, if you recall, doesn't exactly bring to the table anything exciting. It's just you tapping your screen of your mobile device and watching the gun fire. One thing I notice is that the pistols have an option to switch firing modes. Last I checked, pistols don't have that option (if I'm wrong about this, let me know). It's single fire only!
World of Guns goes deeper into the gameplay pool by providing users the opportunity not only to fire guns (and according to developers, vehicles), but also take them apart and reassemble them (hence the full title). This works like a puzzle/memory game mix, and works very well. There's even 10 shooting ranges (purchase separately or bundle with lifetime access) to test your shooting skills. If you do well, you might even appear on the leader boards. One thing I can say is that there should've been option to include ALL the firearms, and not just a select few. This would've add depth to the shooting ranges. Another feature missing is the option to drive the vehicles.
When it comes down to the gameplay, World of Guns brings a lot to the table.
Winner: World of Guns
Content delivery: To clarify, I don't mean downloadable content available. What I'm getting at is how often new content is delivered.
iGun Pro delivers on a weekly basis. Most of the time, the guns they bring are either guns we've never heard of, or guns that are really weird looking. Every once in a while, they bring to the table something interesting, but that's far and few. Still, this is giving the customer more bang for their buck. On the other hand, however, they're just bringing forth 2d static images.
World of Guns delivers new content at a random basis. The most obvious thing about it is that the developers have to make the models from scratch, and that takes a LOT of time. Once that's done, they have to put the model to work by programming the functions each model has, just like their real life counter part. Unlike iGun Pro, the wait is worth it because World of Guns doesn't disappoint to deliver.
When it comes down to it, iGun brings content at a faster rate, and that usually gets attention more rather than waiting about three to five weeks.
Winner: iGun Pro
Fun factor: This is the most crucial entry because in order for a game of any kind to be good, it has to be fun. While both applications do bring the fun, World of Guns brings more to do because of the diversity of models and shooting ranges.
Winner: World of Guns
With all said and done, it's pretty obvious who I chose as the winner. My pick is World of Guns because of the depth that iGun Pro lacks.
On a scale of 1 to 5, I give World of Guns a 4 out of 5. While the application itself is fine, I felt that there should've been more shooting ranges and a chance to take the vehicles out for a ride.
Ken Kriho is an upcoming videographer. He has a YouTube channel (link at home page). Ken is also a graduate with a degree in Art from UWEC.