Blood n Guns is a pretty fun game based on a pretty simple concept, which would only be better if the controls made a little more sense. The basic premise for Blood n Guns is that you are stuck in the middle of a variable war zone. You are a short sleeved mercenary model, in the vain of video pioneers of past like Duke Nukem. You then are under a major attack from zombies that are not quite as armed as you. That if fine since in Blood n Guns you are often one against a hundred as the real idea of this is to stay alive. This is mildly fun and makes Blood and Guns the kind of free iPhone game that could become really addictive for the right iPhone user. Where Blood n Guns gets off course is the awkward control system it has set up. There are two joysticks available in Blood n Guns, one of which move you forward and one around. This is never a good set up, but games have been doing this for fifteen years. One of the joysticks is also the shooting command for your character, which means that there is a lot of random firing in blank areas. If you can get used to this control scheme you can probably have a lot of fun with Blood n Guns, and the Open Feint network is a nice fit here. There is not a lot of depth in Blood n Guns, but there is a fun arcade feel. Blood n Guns is a free iPhone game right now, but Istabuy Games, Inc. promises it will cost at some point so try to get to it quickly.