Here we are again. 360 Mb later, zombies took over your city and, instead of sheltering in an underground bunker full of supplies along your college crush, you preferred to ride a car that seems ruled out from Mad Max films. Of course, zombies applauded your initiative and gathered to, well, you know, eat you.
Game's played in a 3D sand-box like map where several kinds of zombies, every one with its own modus operandi. You have to move, skid and attack them with whatever weapon you have, and here's the best part: there are from submachine guns to flamethrowers. Likewise, there are quite a bunch of different cars, so even though Gears and Guts may be a little bit repetitive -it's an over sophisticated version of Asteroids if you think it- the wide array of vehicles and weapons ensure a nice degree of replayability. Anyway, mission system lets you enjoy a nice line linear campaign mode in which you visit different scenarios and have several goals to fulfill, so it will keep you entertained for several hours before you need to go to store and buy an upgrade or something. Sound deserves a special mention, because it's above average.
In short, a nice game with lots of things to do. Ads are shown when you replay a level or are browsing through the menus, and there's an in-app purchase to buy premium items.
Tags: gears & guts pt
by Peter , Appszoom
Feb 11, 2014