by Peter Warrior, Appszoom
Well, you know how it works: a casual virus outbreak raised dead from their graves early in the morning and before the evening episode of the Simpsons ended, mankind was at stake, fighting against a horde of several billion zombies. And you are the last female on Earth (honestly, I didn't understand that part of the plot at all, perhaps owing to a failed translation) and have to lead you fellow mates to retake what's left of the Earth.
Missions take multiple forms. Sometimes you'll be aboard a chopper machine-gunning zombies below, while other missions need to snipe and others put you in the front line along your team to fend off zombies in close quarters combat. Missions just take two or three minutes at most, so it's a nice game to be enjoyed on the bus. Between stages you have to build buildings in somehow a simplified version of a management game, keeping in mind that new buildings mean new upgrades and further recruitment options. Buildings are built thanks to resources, namely jewels, acquired in combat by headshots (weapons have a "luck" value to help you so)
Game's worth by its offline solo campaign, but there's an online mode called World Mode with both cooperative and competitive missions, so we can perfectly talking about an everlasting game. Graphics aren't topnotch, but guarantee a smooth performance on medium-end devices. It supports different languages.
Overall, very complete game, with lots of options and things to do (for example, kill zombies), in exchange for some ads here and there and optional in-app purchases to buy premium currency. I wouldn't venture to say it's the best zombie game on Earth, but it's highly recommendable because of its completeness.
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by Peter , Appszoom
Mar 11, 2013
from 4.566 reviews