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THE JOKER Joins State of Survival! [Limited Time Only]
A new visitor will be welcomed to the Settlements. Will his arrival be a surprise for good or bad? Find out more in the event!
Unlock The Joker, fight laughing zombies, and experience The Joker inspired storyline in State of Survival!
Make friends or fight with other survivors. Do whatever you must to survive. It won’t be easy. The infected are everywhere. Resources are scarce and you must salvage what you can from the carcass of society.


It’s a new world out there. Dangerous, yes, but filled with opportunity. Immense power awaits those bold enough to grasp it. But remember to watch your back. It’s fair to say people aren’t quite as friendly as they used they be…


Rebuild

Build up your Settlement to form a safe haven for your survivors and a foundation for your post-apocalyptic empire.


Rescue

Save survivors to swell your numbers and increase your strength. Locate those with special abilities, they will be the heroes of the plague war!


Research

The zombie disease is mutating rapidly. Learn whatever you can to understand it. Whoever can control the infection controls the state!


Socialize

There is strength in numbers. Make allies and forge strategic partnerships to survive the horrors of the infected Wilderness. Join forces to pulverize any who try to take advantage of you.


Rip up the Rulebook

It’s humanity 2.0. Rewrite the rules on how you want humankind to progress.

What’s New

Version 1.4.25

"▼New Event: Mining Mayhem
Mining Mayhem is an Alliance-based event. Alliances must be at least Lv.6 and have at least 20 members to qualify. Once the player's Alliance has registered for the event, they will be matched with five other Alliances of similar strength, after which the six Alliances will compete against each other for a week on the Mining Mayhem map.
Two groups of three Alliances will be assigned to the left and right divisions of the map. Each division has to go through three stages in the first four days: Mine Exploration, Meteorite Fight, and Final Moment, and to decide on a winning Alliance respectively. The winners of the two divisions will compete for the ultimate victory in the Battle of Glory on Day 5."

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
301K Ratings

301K Ratings

Yesdnyl99 ,

Easy to follow, low priced packages

I’ve played a couple of games like this one. Upgrade, train, defeat, support your alliance by trading and lowering their time to upgrade, attack other alliances. One in particular I played was difficult to follow at first. They gave a quick tutorial and set you free then never helped you understand how certain upgrade points applied to other parts of the game in order to increase defense and overall strength and knights. You needed communication with your alliance to get help. If you also did not buy enough packages ($5-100), you were going to lose to other alliances who were constantly attacking. This one however encourages you to grow your food and defeat zombies to get better. The packages are $4.99 which makes it easier. Also, when you don’t have enough resources to build or defeat, the game shows you how to get them with a cursor showing you what to tap to help you out. It completely guides you even when you’ve been playing for a while. Still very helpful.
There’s a lot of hidden areas to tap to grab the resources you’ve worked for. There’s events to work towards too. There’s also skins for your headquarters which gives you abilities and looks fun, theres options to change your hero, you can change your profile photo to your own or a character’s, you can also arrange your base and make it look however you want.

lackofcoin ,

Game dictate your life.

If you’re looking for a game that will pretty much take over your whole life you have found the right one. If you’re trying to enjoy a holiday with your family, know that this game will plan an event to interfere. If you choose your family over your game, you may come back to your village being zeroed. Such as what happened to me. You spent a lot of money and time building things up, and really don’t know the rules or how to get certain things even after six months of playing, this game still leaves a mystery. You find you’re doing things wrong which cost you a lot of time and then find others that know what they’re doing but won’t share that information with you even though they’re on the same team as you. They will take you and lead you into battles and won’t explain things to you and then they end up getting you in trouble because you don’t know what you’re doing. Some of your leaders will badmouth other teams which will cause the other teams to come after everybody in the group, not just the one that’s doing the bad mouthing so pick your alliance wisely. Streamers are there to take even more money from you. After awhile the game gets repetitive and you need to set an alarm for them. Make sure you are playing the time zone as most of your alliance or you will be left out of many good events. Plan to rack up $1000 on your credit card yearly. I did and I am frugal. After investing so much, hard to stop playing.

birbitto ,

Fair and unique

I went in to SoS with indifferent and honestly low expectations. The ads I’ve seen don’t do it justice though I know it’s a hard genre to advertise. I really like the multiple things you can do instead of just managing your settlement. I think the little exploration tasks and survival challenges really add flavor to it and are pretty fun. The in game transactions are honestly fair priced and you still get a lot of biocaps for completing missions so unless you have something specific in mind you might not even need to buy to progress. I like the multiple chiefs and their different combat abilities too. I think the events are pretty neat. The dailys are really beneficial too. If I had any criticism it’d be that it might be nice to have troops linger in the battlefield instead of completely returning. It can be a little cumbersome to have two intel missions right next to each other, 80km out, and have to wait 3 minutes for them to come back to send them out again. Though it’s entirely possible I’ve missed something. All in all, I’m having fun with it. Being in an alliance actually feels helpful for timers and such when in other games I’ve barely noticed their assistance. For reference for where I’m at in the game — I’m upgrading my HQ to 18 and I’ve been playing religiously for a week.

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The developer, FunPlus International AG, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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