IMG_0571The iPhone is quickly becoming the premiere device to own if mowing down swaths of zombies is what you like doing in your spare time. Alive 4 Ever [App Store] joins the ranks of countless survival shooters and other games that revolve around slaying the undead, only with considerably more blood and gore than we've seen in other similar games.

Alive 4 Ever begins with the standard zombie epidemic plot, with the characters you're able to select being the few people who somehow are showing no symptoms of the infection. Each of these four playable characters have slightly different starting weaponry and statistics, but thanks to a RPG-like experience system and extensive selection of weapons to purchase, it doesn't really matter who you pick. With each level you complete, you will be awarded some experience and money. Gain enough experience to level up and you get ability points to spend to increase your character statistics such as adding to your total hit points or increasing your critical hit chance.

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The controls work exactly like all the other top-down shooters with two virtual joysticks, one that controls your movement and one that controls your aiming and firing. Tapping your gun on the top right corner of the screen changes weapons, buttons on the left display your objectives and pause the game. Between the two virtual joysticks is a reload button which also serves as a progress bar for the time left before you can fire again when you do reload. When you're near an object you can interact with, such as picking up ammo, an additional button appears.

Of the 30 levels included in the game, objectives are varied between a limited set of possibilities and every level is set within a large arena setting. Some levels have goals that simply involve killing X number of zombies or surviving for Y seconds. Other levels have you rescuing survivors or picking up a brief cases full of vaccines. On levels that you need to rescue survivors or pick up vaccines, an arrow guides you to where they are, then back to the safe zone where they need to be dropped off. To make things harder, when rescuing a survivor, you need to guard them from zombies as they slowly follow you to the safe zone. Meanwhile, when you are carrying the briefcase of vaccines, you can only use your pistol instead of your much more powerful two-handed weapon.

298021_5Also included are a few different boss levels that mix things up a bit by pitting you against a massive zombie or other creature that has a few special attacks it can use against you. Along with the standard objectives, each level also has a challenge objective. For example, the goal of the first stage is to kill 60 zombies, the secondary challenge asks you to do it in under 3 minutes. Going back and completing all the challenges should provide a decent amount of replay value, especially since as you progress in the game just beating the main objective alone can be difficult enough.

The graphics and sound in Alive 4 Ever greatly add to the overall experience of the game. The environments are highly detailed as are the zombies and the blood splatters that appear every time you shoot one of them. The musical score and sound effects also fit perfectly with the mood of the game.

My favorite thing about Alive 4 Ever is that it really feels like a complete game. So often on the App Store and especially in the 99¢ market, games are released entirely unfinished with missing features promised via updates. Yeah, it would be nice if there were some more variety to the missions, but overall the game feels very solid and most importantly like a finished product. The RPG elements are well done, there are tons of weapons to buy, and there's even coop bluetooth multiplayer which according to early reports works great.

Alive 4 Ever has a load of similarities with Left 4 Dead available for the PC and Xbox 360. There are fat zombies that explode and another zombie that is virtually identical to L4D's Smoker zombie that ropes you in with its tongue. Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, and if you're going to pick something to imitate, the game widely regarded as 2008's game of the year seems like good source material to me.

If you've enjoyed survival shooters like Minigore or iDracula, Alive 4 Ever should also suit your fancy. At the promotional launch price of 99¢, the game provides a substantial value over the competition given the depth of the included RPG elements, multiple levels and multiplayer capability.

App Store Link: Alive 4 Ever, 99¢

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  • Hero

    Lol someone Money hacked :P

    • chanchan

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  • Hero

    Lol someone Money hacked :P

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  • Gigidey

    "So often on the App Store and especially in the 99¢ market, games are released entirely unfinished with missing features promised via updates."

    Is that directed at Minigore? If so, shame on you :(

    • EYEMH8

      yea your right shame on him because at the rate these updates are rolling in minigore should be half this complete on my 5g iphone.

      • benjamin

        5g iphone,yeah,nice try.but this is a game i will pick up becouse it's way better than idracula and has much more content than minigore.

    • http://www.ttursas.com Ville Helin

      Didn't buy MiniGore. Will wait until it leaves the demo status behind and becomes a full game. ;) Bought this 5mins ago. Looks awesome! <3

    • Rozz

      Why? It's entirely true, Minigore is an extremely sparse and limited game with promises to expand the content with updates, none of which have materialized yet (which isn't entirely their fault, considering Apple's sluggish process, but still...)

      I'm not saying you shouldn't like it for what it is, but he described it pretty well.

      • spiffyone

        That's the double edged sword of the updates for this platform. On the one hand they can be used to alleviate issues with the game (bugs, etc.) and also add extra content, but on the other hand they can be used by devs to rush out unfinished, barely realized products that will only be "full" with future updates that may or may not come to pass (as they are dependent on selling enough to make issuing updates fruitful).

      • SSarl

        It's amazing to me how many Minigore defenders are saying "but..but..the updates!"

        I guess they're completely forgetting how long it takes to actually get an update through. And seeing how little they're adding in the first one, it's going to be a year before it's anything close to a "full" game.

  • Gigidey

    "So often on the App Store and especially in the 99¢ market, games are released entirely unfinished with missing features promised via updates."

    Is that directed at Minigore? If so, shame on you :(

    • EYEMH8

      yea your right shame on him because at the rate these updates are rolling in minigore should be half this complete on my 5g iphone.

      • benjamin

        5g iphone,yeah,nice try.but this is a game i will pick up becouse it's way better than idracula and has much more content than minigore.

    • http://www.ttursas.com Ville Helin

      Didn't buy MiniGore. Will wait until it leaves the demo status behind and becomes a full game. ;) Bought this 5mins ago. Looks awesome! <3

    • Rozz

      Why? It's entirely true, Minigore is an extremely sparse and limited game with promises to expand the content with updates, none of which have materialized yet (which isn't entirely their fault, considering Apple's sluggish process, but still...)

      I'm not saying you shouldn't like it for what it is, but he described it pretty well.

      • spiffyone

        That's the double edged sword of the updates for this platform. On the one hand they can be used to alleviate issues with the game (bugs, etc.) and also add extra content, but on the other hand they can be used by devs to rush out unfinished, barely realized products that will only be "full" with future updates that may or may not come to pass (as they are dependent on selling enough to make issuing updates fruitful).

      • SSarl

        It's amazing to me how many Minigore defenders are saying "but..but..the updates!"

        I guess they're completely forgetting how long it takes to actually get an update through. And seeing how little they're adding in the first one, it's going to be a year before it's anything close to a "full" game.

  • iPhoneGamer

    I love this style game. I'm downloading now!

  • iPhoneGamer

    I love this style game. I'm downloading now!

  • arta

    The true successor to iDracula has arrived.

  • arta

    The true successor to iDracula has arrived.

  • charliewayz

    MINIGORE was the best 99 cents I ever spent in my life. I would of paid 1.99 for the graphics alone. I play it all the time. If people can't afford a dollar to buy all these great priced games, they the need to get a better job.

    • WeirdingWay

      Please. Minigore is crap compared to iDracula. Like arta said..the TRUE successor has arrived.

      • spiffyone

        7 Day Apocalypse (a.k.a Zombie Hunter) was a worthy "successor", IMHO. So too is that Terminator game now that updates have fleshed it out more. iDracula is still among the better multidirectional shooters on the platform, but it's not like there's no argument to be made for other games.

    • Slack

      Please... Minigore is Toucharcade's version of "The Emperor's New Clothes."

  • charliewayz

    MINIGORE was the best 99 cents I ever spent in my life. I would of paid 1.99 for the graphics alone. I play it all the time. If people can't afford a dollar to buy all these great priced games, they the need to get a better job.

    • WeirdingWay

      Please. Minigore is crap compared to iDracula. Like arta said..the TRUE successor has arrived.

      • spiffyone

        7 Day Apocalypse (a.k.a Zombie Hunter) was a worthy "successor", IMHO. So too is that Terminator game now that updates have fleshed it out more. iDracula is still among the better multidirectional shooters on the platform, but it's not like there's no argument to be made for other games.

    • Slack

      Please... Minigore is Toucharcade's version of "The Emperor's New Clothes."

  • Septimus

    Brilliant. An actual game for 59p compared to a paid demo like MiniGore. Even though MiniGore is good, this puts it to shame. Much better than iDracula also, just feels more responsive and deeper.

  • Septimus

    Brilliant. An actual game for 59p compared to a paid demo like MiniGore. Even though MiniGore is good, this puts it to shame. Much better than iDracula also, just feels more responsive and deeper.

  • benjamin

    i've been playing for 4 houres now and the game still isn't finished,WOW,what a replay value!!!

  • benjamin

    i've been playing for 4 houres now and the game still isn't finished,WOW,what a replay value!!!

  • Andrew

    Yea, Minigore sucks. Worst dollar I've spent in my life.

  • Andrew

    Yea, Minigore sucks. Worst dollar I've spent in my life.

  • http://jespersunivers.dk/ Plast2

    Okay, don't bash me, but I really like Minigore as well, and certainly look forward to the constant stream of updates planned - and shown artwork for on their blog.

    Anyway, this one: Alive-4-Ever, was an absolute insta-buy for me. And it's awesome! Graphics and sound are really tight, and the small RPG element just works so cool. I love this game. Seriously; I don't work for them :D - But I play quite a lot of iPhone games, and so often they just turn out "half-baked" after download. - This one doesn't.

    For $99cents, damn. This is one game that won't be leaving my iPhone EVER! (get it ;)

    • http://www.rpg-fanatics.de crishnak

      No need to bash you. MiniGore is a nice game for $0.99. Great graphics and a wonderful soundtrack. It just lacks content, but like you I´m willing to wait for the updates and play it constantly.

      And while I wait I´ll take a look at Alive4Ever. :D

  • http://jespersunivers.dk/ Plast2

    Okay, don't bash me, but I really like Minigore as well, and certainly look forward to the constant stream of updates planned - and shown artwork for on their blog.

    Anyway, this one: Alive-4-Ever, was an absolute insta-buy for me. And it's awesome! Graphics and sound are really tight, and the small RPG element just works so cool. I love this game. Seriously; I don't work for them :D - But I play quite a lot of iPhone games, and so often they just turn out "half-baked" after download. - This one doesn't.

    For $99cents, damn. This is one game that won't be leaving my iPhone EVER! (get it ;)

    • http://www.rpg-fanatics.de crishnak

      No need to bash you. MiniGore is a nice game for $0.99. Great graphics and a wonderful soundtrack. It just lacks content, but like you I´m willing to wait for the updates and play it constantly.

      And while I wait I´ll take a look at Alive4Ever. :D

  • JD

    I'm on stage 28 already, and I've finished all the challenges.
    By myself.

    It's a great game, and there's probably a ton of fun to be had, but I wonder how the difficulty is when you're with some friends.

    Also, best twin stick shooter on the iPhone yet.

    • JD

      Bah, stage 30's challenge is impossible to beat by yourself.
      Still, addicting stuff.

      • jake

        yeah, some of these levels are a nightmare to finish...i was curious as to whether the difficulty level is made for multiplayer....

      • Squeej

        The Level 30 challenge is annoying as hell... until you get to a higher level.

        I was able to beat it by myself with Steve Carter at about level 30 (probably between 30 and 32). I have is Critical Hit Rate Maxed with most of the rest of my AP towards Maximum HP. All three Critical equipments were-um-equipped, and used the M4 and GDE (GDE never used).

        The pain in the ass is that most of the timing is luck, you usually hope that you don't end up circling The Origin (boss) and not seeing a single eye open. My strategy for finding the open eye is staying near one eye. If you move a little bit to the left or right, one of the adjacent eyes will be in view. If none of them are open, just wait (sucks, I know). It's probably a good idea to not stand in front of the eye as you wait, 'cause it might not open, though I'm not sure.

        Once you have an eye open, stand directly in front of it and let the bullets fly. Now the difficult part here is managing the minions. When I see them coming from the right, I'll strafe left trying to aim so that I spray both the eye and minions at the same time. Same with the left (obviously). When they come from behind, I'll wait until they are just about on top of me and strafe back and around them, always aiming at the eye. This way, again, I'll hit both targets with one stone.

        What you have to look out for is that this strategy counts on you getting injured. You take some hits when you maneuver around minions; sometimes I'll even let those little red brains just explode on me with out moving.

        Hopefully this will help you beat the challenge. Obviously, having ammo and health boxes placed near The Origin is huge, but luck has a lot to do with it also.

        Good luck and happy hunting.

  • JD

    I'm on stage 28 already, and I've finished all the challenges.
    By myself.

    It's a great game, and there's probably a ton of fun to be had, but I wonder how the difficulty is when you're with some friends.

    Also, best twin stick shooter on the iPhone yet.

    • JD

      Bah, stage 30's challenge is impossible to beat by yourself.
      Still, addicting stuff.

      • jake

        yeah, some of these levels are a nightmare to finish...i was curious as to whether the difficulty level is made for multiplayer....

      • Squeej

        The Level 30 challenge is annoying as hell... until you get to a higher level.

        I was able to beat it by myself with Steve Carter at about level 30 (probably between 30 and 32). I have is Critical Hit Rate Maxed with most of the rest of my AP towards Maximum HP. All three Critical equipments were-um-equipped, and used the M4 and GDE (GDE never used).

        The pain in the ass is that most of the timing is luck, you usually hope that you don't end up circling The Origin (boss) and not seeing a single eye open. My strategy for finding the open eye is staying near one eye. If you move a little bit to the left or right, one of the adjacent eyes will be in view. If none of them are open, just wait (sucks, I know). It's probably a good idea to not stand in front of the eye as you wait, 'cause it might not open, though I'm not sure.

        Once you have an eye open, stand directly in front of it and let the bullets fly. Now the difficult part here is managing the minions. When I see them coming from the right, I'll strafe left trying to aim so that I spray both the eye and minions at the same time. Same with the left (obviously). When they come from behind, I'll wait until they are just about on top of me and strafe back and around them, always aiming at the eye. This way, again, I'll hit both targets with one stone.

        What you have to look out for is that this strategy counts on you getting injured. You take some hits when you maneuver around minions; sometimes I'll even let those little red brains just explode on me with out moving.

        Hopefully this will help you beat the challenge. Obviously, having ammo and health boxes placed near The Origin is huge, but luck has a lot to do with it also.

        Good luck and happy hunting.

  • Rob

    3.0 only. Boo.

    • Swampthing

      You STILL don't have 3.0 yet? Boo to YOU.

      • Daniel

        The 3.0 update is practically useless for anyone with a 1st gen ipod touch. It's joke that Apple charges ipod users $10 for firmware updates. Imagine if Microsoft charged windows users for every service pack they released. Sounds stupid, huh?

      • spiffyone

        Daniel is correct. Part of the reason I didn't get the 3.0 update myself, though I think it kinda worth it, is that I, like many 1st "gen" iTouch users on this site, am awaiting word on a possible September release of the true next gen touch (3Gs based). And if we're going to get a device with 3.0 built in, why get it for our current devices, for which many of the 3.0 upgrades of significance don't even work?

      • Swampthing

        Why do the update? Um... because your devices don't work, as you said. There will always be an update to electronics no matter how long you wait, and the generations behind always get upset when it happens and they are left behind. I've been through this over the past 40 (circa ;) ) years of my life and I somehow manage to get by. That old TRS-80 doesn't have enough for me.

        The way I justify if it is time to upgrade is where or not I can access the things I wish to. As that mountain grows successively taller over the years, you can just suck it in and take the elevator lift to the top, or chant with the pitchfork torchbearers at the bottom. ;) Most iPod touch users I know have already upgraded since the fee is so nominal, it's better to fight the real battles than worry about a few bucks.

      • SSarl

        Yes, Swampthing, but the ipod touch 1G is an outdated device that many of us will replace soon, is getting too slow to run many games (and try and get your money back for finding that out the hard way), and most importantly continues to work just fine without 3.0. There's only an occasional game you can't buy, but the vast majority still work fine. And it also continues to function perfectly as what the device actually is, which is an ipod.

        I updated and I'm pissed at myself for doing so, because I see absolutely no benefit from that $10 other than the ability to run a game or two that wouldn't work otherwise.

        So yes, there's good reason not to spend the $10 to update, especially if you'll be getting a new 3G touch in the fall/winter.

      • TKO

        If your touch is mostly used for a gaming device then, sure, no real reason to upgrade. But there are some good benefits from 3.0. If you listen to podcasts/audiobooks you get a 30sec back button, variable speed scrubbing, and pitch-corrected half and double speed playback. If your springboard is full, you can load up 3 more screens of apps (and can search to launch more if you've loaded more than fits on the 11 screens. ..or search to launch if you'd rather not hunt for it.) ..and if you browse Safari is faster, and login to wi-fi hotspots can be automated. copy+paste is IMHO also a big win. ..as are the other search, landscape keyboard, and multi-selection refinements sprinkled through the core apps.

        But, yeah, for people who just use it for gaming and music: probably not worth the cost.

      • Thee jailbreaker

        Three words. Costoum firmware, jailbreak

  • Rob

    3.0 only. Boo.

    • Swampthing

      You STILL don't have 3.0 yet? Boo to YOU.

      • Daniel

        The 3.0 update is practically useless for anyone with a 1st gen ipod touch. It's joke that Apple charges ipod users $10 for firmware updates. Imagine if Microsoft charged windows users for every service pack they released. Sounds stupid, huh?

      • spiffyone

        Daniel is correct. Part of the reason I didn't get the 3.0 update myself, though I think it kinda worth it, is that I, like many 1st "gen" iTouch users on this site, am awaiting word on a possible September release of the true next gen touch (3Gs based). And if we're going to get a device with 3.0 built in, why get it for our current devices, for which many of the 3.0 upgrades of significance don't even work?

      • Swampthing

        Why do the update? Um... because your devices don't work, as you said. There will always be an update to electronics no matter how long you wait, and the generations behind always get upset when it happens and they are left behind. I've been through this over the past 40 (circa ;) ) years of my life and I somehow manage to get by. That old TRS-80 doesn't have enough for me.

        The way I justify if it is time to upgrade is where or not I can access the things I wish to. As that mountain grows successively taller over the years, you can just suck it in and take the elevator lift to the top, or chant with the pitchfork torchbearers at the bottom. ;) Most iPod touch users I know have already upgraded since the fee is so nominal, it's better to fight the real battles than worry about a few bucks.

      • SSarl

        Yes, Swampthing, but the ipod touch 1G is an outdated device that many of us will replace soon, is getting too slow to run many games (and try and get your money back for finding that out the hard way), and most importantly continues to work just fine without 3.0. There's only an occasional game you can't buy, but the vast majority still work fine. And it also continues to function perfectly as what the device actually is, which is an ipod.

        I updated and I'm pissed at myself for doing so, because I see absolutely no benefit from that $10 other than the ability to run a game or two that wouldn't work otherwise.

        So yes, there's good reason not to spend the $10 to update, especially if you'll be getting a new 3G touch in the fall/winter.

      • TKO

        If your touch is mostly used for a gaming device then, sure, no real reason to upgrade. But there are some good benefits from 3.0. If you listen to podcasts/audiobooks you get a 30sec back button, variable speed scrubbing, and pitch-corrected half and double speed playback. If your springboard is full, you can load up 3 more screens of apps (and can search to launch more if you've loaded more than fits on the 11 screens. ..or search to launch if you'd rather not hunt for it.) ..and if you browse Safari is faster, and login to wi-fi hotspots can be automated. copy+paste is IMHO also a big win. ..as are the other search, landscape keyboard, and multi-selection refinements sprinkled through the core apps.

        But, yeah, for people who just use it for gaming and music: probably not worth the cost.

      • Thee jailbreaker

        Three words. Costoum firmware, jailbreak

  • cookiemonster

    sounds like everyone is digging this one. next time there is some money on my itunes im DLing this for sure.

  • cookiemonster

    sounds like everyone is digging this one. next time there is some money on my itunes im DLing this for sure.

  • http://myspace.com/battlebornmusic Battle Born

    this game needs some robot sheep

    • Sentientdead

      Dude, you read my mind. This game DOES need robot sheep.... but it is still pretty awesome.

  • http://myspace.com/battlebornmusic Battle Born

    this game needs some robot sheep

    • Sentientdead

      Dude, you read my mind. This game DOES need robot sheep.... but it is still pretty awesome.

  • http://iheartvector.com alex

    this game is a blast!

  • http://iheartvector.com alex

    this game is a blast!

  • D

    this is a great game, good art style nice graphics controls are decent.....

    my only beef is that this game really REALLY needs a melee mechanism or some way to knock off the zombies (shake the device, tap wildly on the screen..whatever) cuz when they latch onto you especially if you run out of ammo with your main weapon and your stuck with a pistol its over.....

    also integration with plus+, openfient or scoreloop would be nice

  • D

    this is a great game, good art style nice graphics controls are decent.....

    my only beef is that this game really REALLY needs a melee mechanism or some way to knock off the zombies (shake the device, tap wildly on the screen..whatever) cuz when they latch onto you especially if you run out of ammo with your main weapon and your stuck with a pistol its over.....

    also integration with plus+, openfient or scoreloop would be nice

  • http://myspace.com/battlebornmusic Battle Born

    awesome indeed. it seems when playing multiplayer mode, there are times you become incapacitated and must be saved by your partner. just like left 4 dead. awesome...

  • http://myspace.com/battlebornmusic Battle Born

    awesome indeed. it seems when playing multiplayer mode, there are times you become incapacitated and must be saved by your partner. just like left 4 dead. awesome...

  • Matthew Campbell

    Killer gameplay, enjoying the whole RPG element

  • Matthew Campbell

    Killer gameplay, enjoying the whole RPG element

  • SILen(e

    The game is quite good, but the soundtrack is either ultra-inspired by Planetside (a MMO-FPS made by Sony Computer Entertainment, released in 2003) or, just stolen...
    I'd say its the second option.

  • SILen(e

    The game is quite good, but the soundtrack is either ultra-inspired by Planetside (a MMO-FPS made by Sony Computer Entertainment, released in 2003) or, just stolen...
    I'd say its the second option.

  • scatorama

    Great game, I've finished all the challenges and all the level by myself, except the last level. How do you do it?! I can't finish it in the 7 minutes they give you, much less the 3 minutes for the challenge. Help please??

  • scatorama

    Great game, I've finished all the challenges and all the level by myself, except the last level. How do you do it?! I can't finish it in the 7 minutes they give you, much less the 3 minutes for the challenge. Help please??

  • http://www.taykron.com/ matriax

    I hope will be better than iDracula, that was fun but i wait more.

  • http://www.taykron.com/ matriax

    I hope will be better than iDracula, that was fun but i wait more.

  • jeffyg3

    At level 22 at the moment and I think this game is easily the best multi-directional shooter. It's a complete game unlike that unfinished Minigore that gets REALLY REALY old in a couple of minutes and should have never been released until it was actually done...shame on the developers of Minigore.

  • jeffyg3

    At level 22 at the moment and I think this game is easily the best multi-directional shooter. It's a complete game unlike that unfinished Minigore that gets REALLY REALY old in a couple of minutes and should have never been released until it was actually done...shame on the developers of Minigore.

  • dissaster

    This game is the best shooter on iphone, go and grab it its just 99c ...

    Btw anyone killed the origin???

  • dissaster

    This game is the best shooter on iphone, go and grab it its just 99c ...

    Btw anyone killed the origin???

  • TSA

    Yup, killed the Origin. In less than 3 mins too, single player. It's possible.

    Basically, get the M200 (most expensive sniper rifle). Then, buff up on health (I used maxed out Taza + vest + helmet). Reload-time gloves are a good choice for last equipment slot.

    With that setup, you can definitely win the level. For the 180 sec challenge, you need a bit of luck with the pickup spawn points and eye sequence. The real challenge is deciding how much you can afford to ignore the critters and just take the damage. Remember, you can shoot further than you can see, and you can angle your shots at the eyes so you hit some of the critters attacking you.

    I've done it twice, but the second time I used the power equip I won the first time around, so it doesn't count.

  • TSA

    Yup, killed the Origin. In less than 3 mins too, single player. It's possible.

    Basically, get the M200 (most expensive sniper rifle). Then, buff up on health (I used maxed out Taza + vest + helmet). Reload-time gloves are a good choice for last equipment slot.

    With that setup, you can definitely win the level. For the 180 sec challenge, you need a bit of luck with the pickup spawn points and eye sequence. The real challenge is deciding how much you can afford to ignore the critters and just take the damage. Remember, you can shoot further than you can see, and you can angle your shots at the eyes so you hit some of the critters attacking you.

    I've done it twice, but the second time I used the power equip I won the first time around, so it doesn't count.

  • dissaster

    Nice i'll try that :) i'll have to grind up some more exp thou :P

  • dissaster

    Nice i'll try that :) i'll have to grind up some more exp thou :P

  • enigma

    how do you do head shots. You cant really aim at a body part with a top down view?

    • Timdsfbvjk

      To do head shots you just up your critical hit chances. use ability points or equipment,l or both. you don't aim.

  • enigma

    how do you do head shots. You cant really aim at a body part with a top down view?

    • http://poo Timdsfbvjk

      To do head shots you just up your critical hit chances. use ability points or equipment,l or both. you don't aim.

  • loesjoel

    I was hesitant in buying another dual stick shooter, but haven't regretted in the slightest buying this game. It's a phenomenally fleshed out shooter with great variety and gore. The RPG elements coupled with the mission+challenge based gameplay makes for a very engaging game.

    As I have a first generation iPod touch, no multiplayer for me. Though I am proud to say I beat all thirty missions with 29 completed challenges (can't get the final level).

    My only complaint about the game is the almost completely top-down camera angle. In the second 10 levels, it makes it very difficult to distinguish trees from bushes which can cause the character to get lost behind a tree easily. If there are zombies (namely the dogs) in there, it's pretty much lights out if you can't move.

    Still, this is a definite 5 star game for me. And even a highly recommended purchase at $2.99 when the price increases.

  • loesjoel

    I was hesitant in buying another dual stick shooter, but haven't regretted in the slightest buying this game. It's a phenomenally fleshed out shooter with great variety and gore. The RPG elements coupled with the mission+challenge based gameplay makes for a very engaging game.

    As I have a first generation iPod touch, no multiplayer for me. Though I am proud to say I beat all thirty missions with 29 completed challenges (can't get the final level).

    My only complaint about the game is the almost completely top-down camera angle. In the second 10 levels, it makes it very difficult to distinguish trees from bushes which can cause the character to get lost behind a tree easily. If there are zombies (namely the dogs) in there, it's pretty much lights out if you can't move.

    Still, this is a definite 5 star game for me. And even a highly recommended purchase at $2.99 when the price increases.

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    Absolutely the greatest deal on app I've ever downloaded gameplay, sound, controls and above all how long it lasts. And now with the new weapons in the patch mission 30 challenge is easily doable.

  • http://Aol.com Feesh

    Absolutely the greatest deal on app I've ever downloaded gameplay, sound, controls and above all how long it lasts. And now with the new weapons in the patch mission 30 challenge is easily doable.

  • jacques

    a bit late?

  • jacques

    a bit late?

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