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…
Build up your Settlement to form a safe haven for your survivors and a foundation for your post-apocalyptic empire.
Save survivors to swell your numbers and increase your strength. Locate those with special abilities, they will be the heroes of the plague war!
The zombie disease is mutating rapidly. Learn whatever you can to understand it. Whoever can control the infection controls the state!
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.
-The upper limit of the plasma building level is increased to 5
-The upgrading of Barracks/Garage/Range will also enhance troops skills
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Update: I don’t know if they updated it or if the game simply fixed itself, but I no longer have the problem I expressed before. Now I can enjoy this amazing game to its full extent!
I absolutely love this game. I’ve only been playing for a few days and I’ve already become so addicted I’ve gladly spent money on it. But unfortunately I’ve recently hit a wall with a game mechanic. Within the game there are states that cities, including your own, reside in. I’ve noticed that some of these states only spawn a certain level of infected enemies, while others can spawn up to much higher levels. While playing through the main mission of the game I was instructed to find and defeat a level 9 infected. Given my own level in the game that would be easy. Unfortunately I reside in a state that only seems to spawn up to level 8 infected. And for some reason whenever I try to attack anything outside of my state it tells me “target no longer exists”. Well I then tried to move my city to a different state, but I’m informed that I can only do that before my city is over level 6. I am far past that and at no point was I told beforehand that it would be in my best interest to move to a different state. I’m very frustrated and I don’t want to start over just to move states because, like I said I’ve already put money into this but I can’t progress at this point. It’s an amazing and well thought out game, but this seems unfair.
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.
Fun and Addictive! LOTS to do!
I have been playing a week or so; it is a fun addictive game with tons to do. Pokes to spend real money on the game are pretty reasonably not in your face but easily found if you want to go that route. I did spend about $15 on a top-up special and it gave me a big start as far as being able to speed up training and upgrading of my buildings. Worth it to me. Heck, I’d easily spend that on lunch and now that we’re in the COVID-19 era, I’m not going out to lunch as often as I used to so might as well still have some fun! I joined an alliance that is casual but active, which is nice! I love the events and the way that missions and other tasks are kinda staggered so you can play for pretty long periods of time. I wish that I could queue up research when individual research tasks are less than 10 minutes, maybe up to a limit of three tasks. Not a fan of shooty stuff where I have to control individual heroes so I’m really glad I can set the shooty challenges on auto and 3x speed...it is amusing to watch the zombies shamble into bullets and die in that mode. Nicely designed, visually attractive game. I will play for a long time, for sure. I wish there was more stuff to decorate my settlement with! Maybe I will discover there are as I progress.
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- 392 MB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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- Age Rating
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes
- Frequent/Intense Realistic Violence
- Infrequent/Mild Medical/Treatment Information
- Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
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- In-App Purchases
- Standard Crate $4.99
- Popular Crate $9.99
- Giant Crate $19.99
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