List of gun games

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This is list of gun games, video games that use a non-fixed gun controller, organized by the video game console or computer system that they were made available for. Ports of light gun games which do not support a light gun (e.g. the Sega Saturn version of Corpse Killer) are not included in this list. Also not included are games that use positional guns, analog controllers normally mounted to arcade cabinets that are used to move crosshairs along the screen. The games are organized alphabetically by the console's company and then subdivided by the respective company's consoles in a chronological fashion.

3DO Interactive Multiplayer[edit]

See also: Gamegun

Amstrad CPC[edit]

Gunstick CPC games:

Magnum CPC games:

Trojan (CPC Plus) games:

Westphaser (CPC) games:

Unconfirmed CPC games:

APF TV FUN[edit]

Arcade[edit]

  • Vs. Duck Hunt (Nintendo Vs. System, 1984)
  • Vs. Hogan's Alley (Nintendo Vs. System, 1984)

Atari[edit]

Atari 2600[edit]

Main article: XG-1

Atari 7800[edit]

Main article: XG-1

Atari 8-bit family[edit]

Main article: XG-1

Binatone TV MASTER[edit]

Commodore 64[edit]

Magnavox Odyssey[edit]

  • Shootout (game card #9)
  • Dogfight (game card #9)
  • Prehistoric Safari (game card #9)
  • Shooting Gallery (game card #10)

Microsoft[edit]

PC[edit]

Xbox[edit]

Xbox 360[edit]

Nintendo[edit]

Nintendo Entertainment System[edit]

Main article: NES Zapper

Super Nintendo Entertainment System[edit]

Main article: Super Scope

Wii[edit]

Main article: Wii Zapper

The Wii is unique in that its standard controller can be used as a gun controller. Though a number of Wii games do not support these capabilities, those which do form an exhaustively long list of games, many of which have no resemblance to traditional light gun games. Thus, this section will only include games that either explicitly support the Wii Zapper or are rail shooter in nature. Virtual Console ports, such as Operation Wolf,[12] have thus far not included any amount of light gun support.

Full light gun games
Party Games with rail shooter/shooting gallery sections

Royal Philips Electronics N.V.[edit]

CD-i[edit]

Main article: Peacekeeper Revolver

Sega[edit]

Sega Master System[edit]

Main article: Light Phaser

Sega Genesis, Sega CD and Sega CD 32X[edit]

Main article: Menacer

Sega Saturn[edit]

Dreamcast[edit]

Main article: Dreamcast light guns

Sinclair[edit]

ZX Spectrum[edit]

Magnum Light Phaser games came with the gun:

  • Bullseye - Magnum 1987 Macsen Software
  • Missile Ground Zero - Magnum 1989 Mastertronic
  • Operation Wolf - Magnum 1989 Ocean
  • Robot Attack - Magnum 1990 Mastertronic
  • Rookie - Magnum 1989 Mastertronic
  • Solar Invasion - Magnum 1990 Mastertronic

The following games worked with the Magnum Light Phaser, but were brought out by third parties. Some were remakes of the Cheetah Defender Light gun games by Code Masters Ltd.

  • Billy the Kid - (remake) - Virgin Mastertronic Ltd (UK)
  • Bronx Street Cop - (remake) - Virgin Mastertronic Ltd (UK)
  • F-16 Fighting Falcon - (remake) - Virgin Mastertronic Ltd (UK)
  • Industria 14 - Mastertronic Ltd
  • Jungle Warfare - (remake) - Virgin Mastertronic Ltd (UK)
  • Living Daylights - The Computer Game, The - Domark Ltd
  • Lord Bromley's Estate - Amstrad
  • Make My Day - Mastertronic Ltd
  • Q's Armoury - Amstrad
  • American Turbo King - (A remake of Super Car Trans Am) - Virgin Mastertronic Ltd (UK)


Cheetah Defender Light gun games all by Code Masters Ltd:

  • Advanced Pinball Simulator
  • Billy The Kid
  • Bronx Street Cop
  • F16 Fighting Falcon
  • Jungle Warfare
  • Supercar Trans-am (Super Car Trans Am)

It should also be noted that both versions of the light guns that were meant for the 128K+ or up, worked with almost all the games available.

Sony[edit]

Sony PlayStation[edit]

The PlayStation has two main types of light guns: the GunCon/G-Con by Namco and the Konami Justifier (known as the Hyperblaster in Japan and Europe). There were also other third-party and non-licensed light guns that were compatible with either: Justifier or GunCon games or both.

Sony PlayStation 2[edit]

Main article: GunCon 2

Sony PlayStation 3[edit]

The Playstation 3 has two dedicated gun peripherals: the GunCon 3 by Namco and the Top Shot Elite by RedOctane. The Playstation Move can also function as a gun controller. To qualify, games using the Move have to either support the "Move Sharp Shooter" peripheral or be rail shooter in nature.

Tiger Laser Games[edit]

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