Dead on Arrival 2
100,000 - 500,000 downloads
- Cooperative playing
- Over average technical performance
- Control clumsiness
Obvious sequel to Dead on Arrival
The original Dead on Arrival was an interesting z-horror game, closer to arcade rather than tactical gaming, but full of little details that made of it something worthy of a sequel.
Gameplay hasn't changed much. You have to roam the given scenarios and get rid of hordes of baleful zeds, moving, aiming and shooting by the dual on-screen joysticks. Although there aren't many different kinds of zombies, there are indeed many and very destructive weapons to play with, such as flamethrowers and portable gatling guns. Once again, controls might take a while to get used to, so it's most likely that you get hurt even in the tutorial stage. A special mention goes to sound, thanks to voice overs, ra-ta-tas and boom-booms. Environment also plays a role regarding gameplay, as you can interact in certain points to make enemies fall into deadly traps. Lastly, the key to this game is to not spare ammo, or at least to not purchase weapons you are not going to use.
We couldn't end this review without talking about the online cooperative mode, which is the greatest enhancement this sequel gets from the original game, and its major incentive to be download and played.
Tear through wave after wave of the walking dead as you fight for your life in an industrial playground filled with deadly traps and deadlier enemies. An intense top down survival shooter, bringing console quality graphics to your mobile device.
Featuring a Strategic Spending System, survival is based not just on your skills but also the decisions you’ll make about how to spend the precious Z-Bucks earnt from each kill. Making the wrong decision between more ammo now or a better weapon later could mean life or death.
Team up with friends or strangers in 2-4 multiplayer and apply Mods to change the experience and give yourself the edge. Did somebody say Ice Bullets?
How long can you survive the zombie onslaught?
Yes that's right! You can fight the zombie horde alone or join forces and take on the bloodthirsty masses with up to 3 other players in co-op mode.
CONSOLE QUALITY GRAPHICS
Advanced lighting and shaders bring you a dark and gritty version of the zombie apocalypse
INTENSE ARCADE SURVIVAL
How long will you survive against endless waves of the undead?
2-4 PLAYER CO-OP MULTIPLAYER
Team up with your friends to fight the zombie horde together.
EXPLORE AN EXPANSIVE, DANGEROUS ENVIRONMENT
Unlock new areas of the map and use environmental traps to survive
STRATEGIC SPENDING SYSTEM
Will you choose to buy more ammo for your pistol, unlock the door to the next area or save your Z-bucks to buy the rocket launcher? Better decide fast, the horde is right behind you!
MODS LET YOU PLAY IT YOUR WAY
Unlock and equip special modifiers such as Double Damage, Ice Bullets, Healing and more to change the way you play the game
CUSTOMISE YOUR CHARACTER WITH A HUGE RANGE OF COSTUMES
Just because its the end of the world doesn’t mean you can’t fight the undead as a dinosaur. Or in scuba gear.
OPTIMISED FOR TEGRA 4
Showcase the power of your NVIDIA Tegra 4 device (such as the NVIDIA Shield) with Dead on Arrival 2
The sequel to Dead on Arrival brings new graphics, new zombies, new battlegrounds and new upgradeable weapons.
Keep pulling that trigger and see how long you can survive.
WHAT THE FANS ARE SAYING:
* Leonid Litovski on Sep 2013
Neck deep in Trouble! No zombie disco balls, and sofa etc... While waiting an update, we got a new game, and wooohooo it was worth it... First game was fun. Triple it for the part 2.
* Ben Boase on Sep 2013
First class Great gameplay mechanic. Wonderfully ghastly graphics. Deliciously difficult. Love it.
What the fans said about Dead on Arrival (the original game we released 2 years ago):
* Everton Junior on Jul 6, 2013 at 8:26 PM
Best game ever !!!!!!!!!! Reminds me of Call Of Duty Zombies. U guys added a mystery box, all kinds of perks. I like really kool
* mircea raetchi on Jun 14, 2013 at 7:16 AM
Awesome I love the fact that you really feel scared when playing this game. By the time you get to wave 15 you know that the only thing you can do is barricade yourself in a dark room and, well, die
* Leonid Litovski on Jun 6, 2013 at 11:18 AM
If you want cold blooded murderous run gun, you got it! 5 stars from meeaaarrrggghhhh... insanity never ends even when turned off you will wake in screams of terror from ones you slayed... kinda... lol
NOTE: If you have trouble loading the game or get an .obb error, please reboot your device and try again. You can also try uninstalling and reinstalling the game.
We are also working to resolve loading issues with certain chipsets like the Snapdragon 800 (LG G2, Xperia Z etc).
v1.0.9: (14 Nov)
- Wave mini-goals
- 'Beat your highest wave' bonus
v1.0.8: (5 Nov)
- UI improvements
- Ranking system
v1.0.7: (25 Oct)
- Improved player movement responsiveness
- Tweaked zombie attributes
v1.0.6: (18 Oct)
- Small tweaks and fixes
v1.0.5: (10 Oct)
- Fixed crash after loading screen on some devices
- UI adjustments
v1.0.4: (08 Oct)
- Aim assist
- UI tweaks
Note: If you have loading issues, please reboot your device and retry.
This was the best game I played in a while on my phone now multiplayer won't work when I go to find game it says network failed fix an I will give five stars samsung s4
I love this game
Really good apart from the fact everything is litually black, or really dark... Bit I think I got a texture problem as my character is pitch black too... Please fix :)
I have nothing bad to say about it. But I wish it had more variety of guns and levels