A surprisingly well-rounded shooting simulation. There are seven rounds of shooting, two each of a traditional carnival "duck shoot" game, skeet shooting, and target practice, and it concludes with a western-style shootout mode. The graphics are quite nice, and there are SoundBlaster sound effects. The registered version includes a much larger sound effects library.
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|Shooting Gallery v3.3 Shareware (216,995 bytes)||7 February 1995||DOS||Play online|
|Shooting Gallery v3.2 Shareware (215,598 bytes)||1 September 1994||DOS|
|Shooting Gallery v3.1 Shareware (205,898 bytes)||9 March 1994||DOS|
|Shooting Gallery v3.0 Shareware (182,829 bytes)||8 December 1993||DOS|
|Shooting Gallery v2.3 Shareware (117,947 bytes)||16 December 1991||DOS|
|Shooting Gallery v2.2 Shareware (116,500 bytes)||28 October 1990||DOS|
|Shooting Gallery v2.1 Shareware (118,549 bytes)||13 June 1990||DOS|
|Shooting Gallery v2.0 Shareware (109,467 bytes)||15 May 1990||DOS|
|Shooting Gallery v1.1 Shareware (78,430 bytes)||23 February 1990||DOS|
|Shooting Gallery v1.0 Shareware (77,239 bytes)||29 January 1990||DOS|
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Arcanum Computing still sells the registered version of this game for $16 on floppy disk.