A blizzard of devastating virus beleaguered the world, bringing about the catastrophic disintegration of orders and covenants.
When the night falls, the world turned into a living hell, swarming with Infecteds. When you finally caught a break, and discovered a place to rest your sore feet, you found yourself exhausted, famished, low on ammo and plagued by the coldness of night. You can hear the growling of Infecteds, approaching, and you know it's going to be another night of angst and horror. How much longer can YOU survive?
LifeAfter, a mobile game depicting the survival of humanity in a post virus apocalyptic world, is officially launched.
Live on, together.
-Keep your will to survive and hopes alive.
The world you once knew so well is now a foreign place in the wave of a virus epidemic. The life of survivors is constantly being threatened by diseases, famine, cold, Infecteds and organizations with hidden agendas. You'll have to stay calm amid all these dangers and believe there is a way out.
-Live on with anything available.
Explore every inch of the post-apocalyptic world - be it in the city full of Infecteds, or an abandoned mine, or a broken-down college, or a freezing cold forest up in the highlands - to scavenge essential materials in order to survive. You'll need to know how to hunt and gather for food, how to tend to your wounds and make arms to protect yourself.
-Encounter other survivors.
You might encounter other survivors on your scavenging runs. You'll have to be extra careful, for they might attack you for loot. If they are amiable, you can choose to share with them your food, ammo and adventure stories.
-Build the final sanctuary for humanity.
With the trusted friends you made along the way, you can find a place to camp and build, one brick at a time, until you have the final sanctuary for humanity. Together, around the campfire, humans may once again fend off the long, cold night with hugs.
This is Radio 101 transmitting across all AM frequencies, calling all survivors.
1. Brand new outfit "Homerunner" is now available for purchase in the Mall.
2. Improved the material tracking feature. Now it's possible to quickly track and calculate the amount of materials you need to craft an item.
3. Affected by the hurricane, Santopany will experience sustained typhoons and rainfalls, with hurricane landfalls occurring every once in a while.
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Help with an issue
So far I’ve enjoyed playing the game from time to time and I’ve also played the game before on different accounts but what I like about the game the most is how you have to farm a lot to progress through the game unlike most other games you have to basically pay to easily progress through the game, i enjoy the graphics and the building system but what I’ve recently have been having a major issue with is my game crashing, I’ve never had my game crash whenever I played on a different account or device but whenever I play now and then I only last like 8-15 minutes before my game crashes and it really ruins my experience because I’m usually fighting zombies or just farming and then all of the sudden my game crashes, it’s happened, I would say a good solid 17 times in the past few days, another concern is, I’m not sure how to add people that I don’t see face to face with because I’ve been trying my friend that I know in irl but I can’t find like a search bar or something like that to find him and sometimes we would both go to a forest and look for each other to add ourselves manually but we never seem to end up in the same forest, we try the same server (redwood) but we can’t seem to find a way to add ourselves, apart from that it’s a great game, 4 stars for now until at least the crashing stops or I find a way
Good game, very expensive
I really enjoy playing this game, it’s a very immersive experience, but I have two fairly minor issues.
First, like the title says, if you want to buy anything with credits, it’s very expensive. It’s not necessary to use credits to enjoy the game, but I like customizing my character and I can’t do that when it costs 20 dollars just to get a hair piece.
Second, and this is a bit more personal, the character options just...aren’t very appealing? The choices are basically “broad-shouldered muscly dude” or “big-boob girl”. Even the clothing options aren’t great, they’re either very sexual or very inappropriate for, you know, a zombie apocalypse. (No one’s going to wear crop tops, skirts, and heels while fighting for their life and exploring swamps and deserts.) Maybe I’m just nitpicking, but hey, nothing will change if I don’t say something, right?
Anyway, yeah, if you don’t mind not being able to customize your character or immersive gameplay matters more to you, this is definitely a good game for you. Otherwise you might find yourself frustrated.
This game is decent
This game is decent and I thought there would be a story mode while free roam was available but the story mode ends pretty much in the beginning after you go to the city and build your shelter. Most areas you unlock there’s like small side quests you can do like kill people in pvp. But even the pvp is stupid. When your in peace mode people can still attack you randomly. And when you attack them back and they fall on the ground other people can still revive them. And when you swim in the water to chase them you can’t knife them anymore. You either have to use the land with a gun to shoot them or wait till they leave the water to chase them. Most people who play the game don’t even speak English either so it’s impossible to talk to most of the people who play.
Also you don’t get a big selection of weapons to craft so you get killed by the zombies a lot not having much to defend yourselfs against. Plus some of the special crates you find take master keys and I don’t even know what’s inside them. But the normal crates don’t even hold guns. They hold random stuff from trees and rocks. Lame. Hopefully the game gets better in the future. I would also like to be able to find more supply crates in the game. Also I killed computer soldiers and you can’t even search and loot them for their guns and also the weapon store doesn’t even sell weapons.
- Hong Kong Netease Interactive Entertainment Limited
- 3.9 GB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Japanese, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese
- Age Rating
- Frequent/Intense Realistic Violence
- Frequent/Intense Mature/Suggestive Themes
- Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- ©1997-2018 NetEase, Inc.All Rights Reserved
- In-App Purchases
- 小把信用点 $0.99
- 中把信用点 $4.99
- 小箱信用点 $29.99
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