by: Bluehole PNIX • 238.8K
If you were alone, armed to the teeth, and a crowd of zombies came to you, what would you do?
Shoot them down. This is what this game is about. Tap on the screen to shoot, swipe left or rightwards to have a peripheral look and avoid to being hit from your flank. Change between your weapons, throw a grenade or two and activate slow motion bullet-time if everything else fails. No plot, no reasons and surely no happy ending whatsoever.
This game is absolutely simple, indeed it's so simple that you'll be enthralled from the very first play. Graphics and animations are gruesome, though might be appropriate to reflect Gun Zombie's mood. Anyway, sounds are great and gameplay is extremely addictive. The best part of it is that weapons shoot and sound quite realistic and everything is stuffed with stats, making often your choice of weapons a matter of taste rather than plain math. Have in mind things as recoil, firepower, how many ammo can be stored and what fire rate you'll have before purchasing a weapon. Later, weapons can be improved through experience, so the more you play with a gun, the more powerful it becomes, and the weaker can become better than the more powerful if you upgrade them enough. Moreover, there is also different ammo to choose among, and daily quests and bonuses here and there.
There are a lot of missions (150), a survival mode and different zombies to gun down, every one with his or her or its modus operandi to kill you. Every ten stages you'll meet a final boss: fill him with lead to advance further. Every stage is rated from a D to S score, which is to be applauded as it dares to break the current craze of three star rating.
Whether you are downloading iGun now or later, think on a "Zombie killer simulator" instead, as this has been one grateful surprise. R for recommended, though also R for R-rated for insane zombie slaughtering and blood staining your screen.
by Peter , Appszoom
Apr 30, 2013