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Description

Survive a zombie apocalypse and protect the human race from the gunner seat of an AC-130 gunship! Engage in tactical operations and lead groups of military survivors on scavenging missions. Loot precious resources, bring them back to base and build your defenses to repel zombie assaults.

Blow up the undead in this new instalment in the #1 top-grossing Zombie Gunship franchise.

● Experience high-definition visuals and intense scenarios
● Collect realistic weaponry and increase your zombie shooting efficiency
● Provide air support and lead groups of military survivors
● Build up your remote airfield as a base for operations
● Defend your base against zombie assaults
● Survive in a hostile environment and unleash hellfire from your gunner seat!

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Parental Guide:
Zombie Gunship Survival is free to download and play, however some game items can also be purchased for real money. If you don’t want to use these features, please disable in-app purchases in your device settings. According to our Terms of Service, Zombie Gunship Survival is allowed for download and play only for persons 13 years or more of age, or with explicit parental consent. You can read more here:
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What’s New

Version 1.6.6

*Added NEW weapon: KH-29 missile
*Reduced spawning intensity (easy difficulty) for: The Big Bet, Aftermath, Tsar’s Rest, The Dive Two
*Expired event cards now remain for 2 days (if there are rewards to claim)
*Changed how cards are ordered in objective system
*Heavy Cannon 100 unlocks at rank 28
*Removed MP5 and G36 assault weapons from some crates
*Added SVD-63 and AC-27 to standard crates

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
17.6K Ratings

17.6K Ratings

Nomad-01 ,

Drink a Pina Colada, kill a few zombies.

This is one of the best games out there, very unique. Definitely not a cash grab, as I have reached level 15 (1st Lieutenant) without putting in a dime. I plan on spending some money soon because the developers have earned it, but not because I have too. It does take time and patience. I play maybe 15 minutes a day, earn all the objectives and rewards I can for the day, then call it quits. It's kind of relaxing. By doing that, and leveling up things smartly, you can beat the zombies, even though it's getting tougher. Or just to relax, you can blast away at an "easy"setting just for the fun of it. Graphics are great, especially when you zoom in. There not a lot of instruction on how to fuse weapons or what the different weapons do, but you get the hang of it. Go for purple, then blue then green. Ask Rufus, he knows. But watch out for the royal ugly dudes. Party on!!!

MANY PINA COLADAS LATER....

Like two years later, and I am now a level 40 FiveStar General and never had to put in a dime (sorry Devs; I will one day, I promise). It’s my second favorite game of all time, right after World of Tanks Blitz. But I have to say Zombie Gunship is still relaxing, while WoT is anything but. Give this game a chance, and just play for fun, and you will advance. Have not been able to beat the really big crane- sized zombies yet. I think I’ll need small tactical nukes for that.

Narf60 ,

Fun zombie gunship formula with resource and base management

Was sure I reviewed this much earlier before but I’ll say it again. This is a very fun zombie gunship styled game with a randomized reward system and upgrades based upon gathered resources. Much like Borderlands’ or Diablo’s random quality/rarity of item drops, a similar system exists in this but comes in the form of loot crates that take time to open (usually several hours even for the most common of crates). This is a system I don’t much care for myself but it doesn’t detract from the game much other than you’re only allowed to open one crate at a time, or alternatively spend gold (real money) to open crates instantly. Upgrades for weapons require scarce materials that you will easily use up faster than you can accumulate, again with the option to spend gold to magically create more for yourself. So a good 3/4’s of the game is spent grinding for diminishing returns on levels you can actually attempt. But if completing a level repeatedly at the same difficulty is where the grinding gets monotonously boring. But thankfully the levels are typically short and sweet. All in all, I enjoy this game quite a lot. Despite how it unintentionally restricts you with the difficulties (there’s a massive difference in difficulty between ‘easy’ and ‘medium’ in my opinion), upgrade requirements and under powered weapon selection in the mid game: at the end of the day, it’s fun as hell raining ordnance down on the shambling hordes

aboundedlight65 ,

AWESOME GAME but requires grind

I’ve been playing this game for a while now, and the gameplay is absolutely great! So many weapons to choose from and UI (user interface) is pretty good, standard AC-130 white and black camera, circling above your ground squad, would definitely recommend for people with time on their hands. The missions are short but fun, and reward an ok amount of loot. Your armory can hold four crates and open one at a time, crates take about 3 hours to open but give decent rewards. I love the idea of building your base and defending it from zombies, but I kinda wish there was more in that section like an online PvP mode where you can raid other peoples bases, or be the zombies and attack someone’s base. I feel like this would urge people to upgrade their bases as soon as possible, instead of just every here and then like me and a few other people I know. This could also be another way to earn recourses at a faster rate. The missions are very fun but I feel like there should be something at the beginning, like maybe you pick where to deploy your troops as usual and then when you start the missions you see the helicopter deploying them, or maybe even a cutscene! That would be cool. All in all this is a great game with room for small improvements like a raised level cap and a few more weapons to play around with. Definitely recommended.

Information

Seller
Flaregames GmbH
Size
387.5 MB
Category
Games
Compatibility

Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

Languages

English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese, Turkish

Age Rating
12+
Frequent/Intense Horror/Fear Themes
Frequent/Intense Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
Copyright
Price
Free
In-App Purchases
  1. Little Something $0.99
  2. Pocket Change $4.99
  3. Decent Stack $9.99

Supports

  • Game Center

    Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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