It's a skirmish level West Wild game with randomised figure activation (by way of a card deck) with extra cards held by the players to play "events" on any of the figures, which is fun.
The confidence of the Gunslinger was ill founded though, as the final local man took careful aim and took him out.
This all seemed pretty straight forward. The randomised activation order helped the experience of the chaos of a gunfight (not that I've been in a real one obviously), and the event cards in your hand also give the player some extra tactical depth, not to mention the glee of scuppering your opponents expectations.
We played most of a more even more sided game afterwards:
|Sometimes the cards can encourage rash|
|...sometimes too rash...|
|...with fatal consequences!|