Are you fast enough for DEUL?

DEUL is a fast paced action packed shooting game that will test your reflexes, accuracy and timing. Try to out-draw opponents across the world as you duel your way through China, London, Russia and Brazil. Each victory will earn you points and increase your score, get a higher score to climb up our leaderboards. Sometimes, in between these duels, you'll be thrown into bonus level where you have to shoot bottles as they're hurled towards you.

Are you doing well? Winning? Keep playing! The game will get harder as you progress and sooner or later you will find an enemy who is quicker than you.

Continue to level up in to unlock new ways in which to win your duels. You can also battle it out in style as your character get new outfits and accessories as you get further in the game.

We've now integrated Everyplay which allows you to record and share your DEULS via our game hub, Facebook & Twitter! Watch, share and compare your funniest moments!

Throughout 2016 every month the player with the highest score in the game will receive a signed limited edition artwork. All you need to do is play the game, using your registered account. Leaderboards will be reset every month.

Whilst the game is free, we do not force you to watch video adverts, that's completely up to you. You can continue to enjoy the game for free without doing either, but if you do please remember it supports us!

All your game progress data is saved to the cloud (statistics, purchases and items for your character). Switch between devices freely in real-time and keep playing.

Online Multiplayer
More Game Modes
More Levels
More Chatacters
More Customisation


shlippy 5 years ago

Game Graphics Mechanics
This is a well put together game! The graphics, sound and feel of the game are all spot on. I think having to create an account to play might put some people off. Maybe you could let them play a free mode or something? Also at the end of every level it comes up with a menu. You could have it automatically move on to the next one after a few seconds. Also the area where it says touch to continue is a bit small.

luciddreamparty 5 years ago

Game Graphics UI Graphics
Here are some thoughts I had while playing the game:

* There are a lot of scary looking permission pop ups on start under Android 6. Do you really need access to my microphone and all my photos? This could just be Android being poor at explaining the permissions.
* The presentation of the game is pretty overwhelming some times. There are tons of prompt and pop ups, especially when playing for the first time, that maybe could be spaced out a little more.
* More on the first time experience, maybe defer asking people to create account until after a few games. Last thing I want to do for a game I just downloaded is make an account.
* Art style is great and the rag dolls are fun.
* Game is simple to understand and fun.
* Are ft your currency in the game? This is extremely confusing, what is buying ft? I was trying to figure it out if it was the feet I pushed back the opponent when I shot them, but then the coins add to feet?

Overall I had a positive impression. I can't see myself playing this long term, but I had fun with it in my play session and I'd like to try the local co-op when I had someone else around.
Roast Em