Navigate the post apocalyptic wasteland of the year 2045, ten years after the bombs fell. Fight armies of the infected, mutants, and enemy militia factions as you battle for survival.
Initial Release Offer: Free with No Ads!
Key Features Include
* Fun, Easy to Learn Gameplay
* Explore the Post Apocalyptic Wasteland
* Upgrade Your Outpost and Abilities
* Many Different Enemy Types
* Numerous Enemy Factions
* Gorgeous 3D Environments and Enemies
* Scavenge the Wasteland for Materials
* Battle Both the Mutant Infected and Enemy Militia Forces
* Multipart Missions with Several Objectives
* Rescue Survivors and Get them to Safety
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Could be really great
Definitely has potential. There should be a story mode with adventure and survival aspects (as the description implies). I know there are already a lot of games out there like that, but I really want this one to be ACTUALLY fun. The controls feel smooth, as minimal as they are. This is a great game concept. One thing I would suggest is make the fire button a joystick so that your character can move, aim, and shoot at the same time, but maybe increase fire rate when holding still. Also reloading, guns need that. I was not expecting there to be levels, but it is a excellent way to ease in learning how it all works.
I’m not here to tell how to make YOUR game, these are just ideas I would like to see become a reality as a consumer. Thank you for reading
Not What I Expected
Maybe I haven’t played far enough through the story missions to see it, but I hoped for more of a sandbox, build and defend, survival game. Sort of like 7 Days to Die. I enjoy cartoonish games that have a casual feel to them, but have deep gameplay, but so far this hasn’t lived up to what I hyped myself up to think it was. I’m not saying don’t try the game out. I’m saying so far it doesn’t seem to be the type of game I expected to be playing after I read the description. It’s level driven with missions such as “secure (insert building name here)” where you wipe out a couple zombies, get your star rating for the mission, and move on to the next level. Of course it offers different missions like escorting and what not, but it isn’t a free roam sandbox type that allows you to see if you can survive the apocalypse utilizing resources, man power, and defenses. I’m slightly disappointed in the fact that I waited for the game to be released with the thought of it taking over the time I would set aside to play Last Days on Earth. Unfortunately I will continue my search for the perfect survival game on mobile.
6 Missions? Unfinished but with potential.
So if you’ve preordered you’ve experienced what they have so far. Seems to be just six playable missions that kinda get you familiar with the games dynamics; shooting, moving, force back?, exploration. Also it’s very brief on the tutorial side of things. The gun aiming leaves a little to be desired but you eventually get the hang of it. I’ve completed the six missions almost all with three stars. The games description is misleading currently, here is no base in place just yet for you to build up. No loot-able resources or gear to snag off enemies, also no crafting system in place. I assume that will all come in time. Looking forward to what else this game has to offer. Definitely a game I’ll be keeping on my device to follow its progress as it grows.
Don’t listen to the 5 Stars or the 1 Stars try it for yourself and you will see the potential and the fact that it’s very early stages of the game. All we can hope for is that they can stay focused on the end game and present us with an amazing product. I know I haven’t found the perfect survival game yet some that have come close but we will see.
Good luck developers I’m rooting for you.
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