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Coyote Episode I: The Mexican

by Tim Hengeveld

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File size: 70 MB
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Graphics: 640x480, 32-bit color
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6 Mar 2009
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Rated 73% by the community (8 votes)Rated 73% by the community (8 votes)Rated 73% by the community (8 votes)Rated 73% by the community (8 votes)Rated 73% by the community (8 votes)
Short Game (can be completed within 30 minutes)
Short Game Can be completed within 30 minutes
Medium Length Game Takes at least 30 mins to finish
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Bad LanguageMild
SexSuggestive dialog


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About this game

The year is 1846.

The first settlers have reached California, and the United States are at the brink of war with Mexico. These are troubled times. And in these times, people look for a hero.

What they got was an outlaw.

Are you man enough to fill his boots?
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AGS Panel Review

"Coyote shows promise as a story, but with a distinct lack of things to do and very limited animations it just isn't much of an actual game yet."

5 people commented on this game (newest first):

Not much gameplay in this one, but love the voice-acting!
2019-10-05 12:39:04 by Andy
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The Coyote is the hero this town deserves.
The humor is good in this one and the dialog and even the voiceacting really makes this game stand out, it was made in 2009 where voiceacting wasn't the norm for hobbyist games. The puzzles are rather obstruse. The graphics are good and totally get the story across. And I shiver of the youtube filters because the soundtrack is ripped from the great Ennio Morricone, this just makes it so much more spaghetti western. Enjoy this way too short game that probably never will see the second episode. Hedgefield, give us another part please!
2018-12-08 20:49:48 by selmiak
Great concept for a series of short Western adventure games. But disappointingly the author hasn't after 6 years made done even the second episode, which probably means we shouldn't expect it ever again. Quite sad, really.
2015-01-01 22:04:47 by Ibispi
This game features great voice acting, and even better music (Ennio Morricone was and remains flawless).

It felt horribly short, but that just means it left me wanting more. On the other hand, all in all, there wasn't much to be done in the game, and the large environements you couldn't interact with left it feeling somewhat empty. Why there was a barn, a gun shop, a sheriff's office and an entire main street if you can't do anything there, I'm not sure.

All in all, you're pretty talented, but you should put more work into filling the game up.
2011-01-08 13:51:52 by MrEdwardNigma
This game is awesome great music that really sets the tone, excellent voice acting and great puzzles. I can't wait for Coyote Episode 2!
2009-03-20 23:35:20 by mr.me
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