Experience horror in stunning 3D. Destroy waves of undead zombies before they destroy you. Will you survive?
- Multiple weapons to unlock.
- 3D sound positioning. Hear the horror come from behind!
- High quality sound effects with individual volume controls.
- Multiple languages: English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, and Polish
▪ Improvements and bug fixes
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This is by far one of the better efforts on the App Store for a FPS. It takes Call Of Duty: Zombies and makes it more affordable. I really enjoyed this and it is clear that a good amount of effort went into it. Looking at this Developers other games, it seems as though they are a quality Dev.
Having said that, there are a few things that must be fixed.
First, you can not aim and shoot at the same time. I see more and more FPS games release on the App Store with this massive flaw and it always boggles me, especially with a game like this that demands precision. In a game like N.O.V.A you can press the fire button and continue to aim while firing. You can not do that here, so you constantly have to decide what is more important, aiming or firing.
Secondly, the fire button is not very responsive. On multiple occasions it would not fire at all. Most of the time it would just stop firing for a few seconds even though my thumb had not moved.
Lastly, the hit detection is off. A zombie would be directly infront of me and my cursor would be directly over him and I would still miss. It seems like a game of chance, even when you know you are dead-on accurate.
As a whole, I really enjoyed this game. The graphics are great and the sound is great. These problems hold it back from it's true potential.
Should bebable to spray... (look around and shoot at the same time)
There are several phenomenal first person shooters available on the iPhone. Eliminate, COD:Zombies, and N.O.V.A. come most easily to mind. What all these games have in common is that they handle very well. When so many games can manage to control so precisely and so enjoyably it is inexcusable for an FPS to handle as poorly as Welcome To Hell. The movement feels like you're trying to regain your footing on the ice, and the aiming, when controlled with a virtual joystick, feels the same. When you use the other control scheme, you are incapable of aiming while firing your weapon and the movement feels just as unnatural. The fire button is unresponsive and will often cease firing on its own whether you have moved your finger or not. While there are multiple guns and environments as well as location specific damage, no amount of content (and there isn't really that much) can make dealing with controls such as these bearable or worth it. It has been proven multiple times that FPS can work well on the iPlatforms. This game does not. I implore the developers to fix this game.
- DVide Arts Incorporated
- 25.9 MB
Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Infrequent/Mild Realistic Violence
- Frequent/Intense Horror/Fear Themes
- Frequent/Intense Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- © DVide Arts
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.