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    Published: 2013-10-16, by Peter Warrior.

    A zombie killing game in deep space

    8.8
    • Outstanding technical performance
    • Awesome gameplay
    • Not even a zero-G mission? Really?
    • Non children friendly

    "Nobody alive to interact with"

    Although neither first person shooters nor zombie games are more original by the sole reason of being set in deep space, that subjective rating called "originality" can be omitted if the game is really good. As far as we are concerned, it's easy you 'll be enthralled by the true 3D graphics and the beautiful voiceovers of the starship AI (her slight accent reminds somehow to GladOS). Likewise, it's free to download, and as far as we've gotten in-app purchases aren't an unbearable pain in the...helmet.

    In fact, it's quite hard to find any catch. Even if you aren't fond of undead drag or never wanted to play FPSs, we should recommend this. Of course, we can always ask for more, especially regarding character customization, RPG features, a better storyline and some different stages or additional minigames, but if we do so is just because there's no harm in asking.

    Highly recommended

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    by Peter , Appszoom

    Oct 16, 2013

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    Be careful, you need at least 160 MB FREE RAM to run the game.

    "Dead Effect is pretty awesome."-capsulecomputers.com.au 9/10
    "Graphically, the game is top notch."-toucharcade.com 4/5 Stars
    "Dead Effect [...] strikes an impressive balance between humor and fear"-modojo.com 4/5

    ESS Meridian System: Wednesday September 7, 2045… 178 days of hibernation.
    Delta 3 Chamber, Active… Tissue and vital functions Check.
    Error! Disruption Detected… Critical Health Detected.
    3… 2… 1… Awakening!

    Something is not right, the hibernation pods are all empty. What is happening?

    You are an elite member of the Unit 13. Fight for your life in a SCI-FI FPS game that will send chills down your spine.

    • Grab your phone/tablet, get in control and bring infected horrors down. Your interface is zombie-shooting ready.
    • An epic single player campaign awaits you with more than 5 hours of story gameplay. Space is cold and full of horrors.
    • Throughout the campaign you will find new weapons and money to upgrade your armory.
    • Discover the mysteries of the ESS Meridian, and wander around its impressive environments with intense background music.
    • Use your special ability to slow down the time and defeat even the toughest enemies!
    • Will you take up the challenge and try to defeat all your enemies in survival mode arenas? Unlock all the achievements and get all the weapons available!

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    Users review

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    "Great"

    8.6