Gibbets – Rescue gibbeting innocent people

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Gibbets is a series of bow & arrow shooting games with unique style and gameplay, developed by Not Doppler. It requires players to have certain strategies and very high operation precision. Also, it’s a little bloody!

Your task is to rescue the innocent people by shooting through the ropes on their necks, using your precise bow & arrow shooting skill and get help from a variety of props in game. But be careful not to shoot on their bodies, otherwise they will go away more painfully and faster.

Gibbets 2: Level Pack added a new level map, increased game difficulty and fixed some bugs. In Gibbets: Santa in Trouble, the object we should save is replaced by Santa Claus! Christmas has been over, but we still need to rescue Santa Claus for children’s gifts in next Christmas.

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Version Download Size
Gibbets 1 9.77 MB
Gibbets 2 12.6 MB
Gibbets 2: Level Pack 11.2 MB
Gibbets 3 12.8 MB
Gibbets 4 13.6 MB
Gibbets: Santa in Trouble 11.7 MB

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