Grab your guns and bring your guts to survive the ultimate action-shooter game, Left to Survive.
Danger lurks everywhere. Survive against zombies using rifles, grenades, shotguns, and anything in your arsenal to secure safe havens and save survivors. Build your encampment to defend yourself against enemy attacks. Get to the chopper and lay waste on enemy bases to steal their resources. Battle other players in solo and team multiplayer tournaments. Band together with other human factions.
Kill Hordes of Zombies
Save stranded survivors and purge zombie-infested areas using a pack of weapons with intense firepower
Destroy Bases from A Helicopter
Get to the chopper and unleash a fiery bullet storm on your opponent’s base to steal their resources
Think zombies are deadly? Test your survival skills against live players in solo and 2v2 matches
Challenge Zombie Bosses
Defend yourself against zombies that can jump, wear police armor, or explode with toxic gas
Build and Customize Your Base
Build, customize, and defend your encampment from zombies and rival factions. Locate survivors, loot materials and band together to overcome a post-apocalyptic world
Left to Survive is free to play, but you can choose to pay real money for some extra items.
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Premium Survival Pass is a monthly subscription service that allows you to build and upgrade two buildings at the same time, increases your mission rewards:
It also provides access to the special Survivors, that can defend your base and significantly boost production:
Premium Survival Pass costs 9.99 USD/month (or local equivalent) and will be charged on your iTunes Account after purchase and when the subscription renews monthly.
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• Cool new weapons for Campaign and PvP: Lemann 2020 machine gun and Nomura Z1 sniper rifle.
• More helicopter guns, including LOTZ Biggleswade and Kirland 50000 missile launchers.
• Divert All Missiles! The Flare will help you to win Base Raids and get some loot.
• Flares can be received in Crates and purchased in the Store.
• You asked for left-handed HUD? We added one! Activate it in Settings.
• Greater stability of PvP matches.
• Fixed bugs and made the UI more user-friendly.
Ratings and Reviews
Solid graphics solid mechanics
Gameplay is on point, good story
Piece of crap
Game doesn't load.
It’s okay .... for a while.....
(I’d give this more of a 2.5/5 if I could, but I can’t)
Game seemed promising at the start. Graphics are great, there’s weapon upgrades, camp/base upgrades, a PvP area and even a optional “side” game where you destroy other camps from a helicopter.
But soon enough, the main story line wraps up after only 3 chapters and what you’re left with isn’t much. Countless side missions that take anywhere from 30-60 seconds to complete are needed to be played over and over just to obtain enough money or gears to upgrade your weapons, which become boring and monotonous after the 10th time due to a lack of variety in scenery as well as the orientation and directions at which the zombies come at you. It becomes VERY predictable.
You have several areas in your camp that need upgrading just so you can .... update other parts of your camp...? Like a never ending circle that never benefits your gameplay. You can only upgrade one area at a time (which can take up to 5 minutes to 16 hours depending) and when you wish to do two at a time it says “coming soon” which implies to me they released this game without thinking certain aspects through. For example: there are these little areas you have that produce oil and materials and such at your camp. You use these to upgrade parts of the camp which help you produce more to upgrade more......
It never really leads anywhere as to why you need any of it in the first place. Make more to upgrade more to make more and so on and so on...?
This aspect is what also makes the helicopter raids boring after a few days. If I have a successful raid, I “win” oil and materials. But what good is that when I’m making more oil and materials than I can store and know what to do with? I can’t use them to upgrade something because I’m already upgrading something with the copious amounts of oil and materials my camp is producing!
The helicopter raids themselves are like a rollercoaster ride, one tracked. You know where it’s going, never deviating from the usual circle around the camp - again, soon to be predictable and monotonous. I just stopped playing altogether after maybe the 4th day.
You also gain pieces of a whole (an overall “puzzle”) to gain special survivors or weapons but I am still receiving pieces to guns I have, so it’s not very rewarding to have pieces that are useless. The other guns I don’t have pieces for, I never seem to even get a singular piece for. And the survivors I gain don’t really do much so whether I have them or not isn’t even noticeable.
And the PvP is okay for a while till you are up against someone who destroys you while you are crouched down and (supposedly) out of sight or harms way. Those matches last about 20 seconds and then they’re done. Again, the rewards here are just as useless and after a while and you wonder what the point of playing this is all for.
Throughout the game you receive cash for jobs as rewards and sometimes gold, which is the premium currency. You can use this gold for special weapons or hurrying your upgrade times. In about 2 weeks I accumulated about 400 gold for free, which is the equivalent to obtaining it instantly for roughly $30. I’m glad I never did buy any of it and feel sorry for those that did because now that there seems like nothing to do but run around in circles in this game, I feel like it would’ve been a waste of money had I done so.
Overall, it was something different I enjoyed for almost 2 weeks but without a progressive storyline or rewards that make sense, this game falls flat of it’s face fairly quickly, no matter how great the graphics are. It has a lot of promise and a solid base to expand from, but when I try to find more out of a game and realize after 2 weeks that there just isn’t, it shows that there was a huge lack of sight in what should be done to keep players around for wanting more. Maybe others enjoy this type of repetition, but I’m done with it.
- My.com B.V.
- 924.8 MB
- Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
- English, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Thai, Traditional Chinese
- Age Rating
- You must be at least 17 years old to download this application.
- Infrequent/Mild Realistic Violence
- Frequent/Intense Horror/Fear Themes
- Frequent/Intense Mature/Suggestive Themes
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- In-App Purchases
- Pile of Gold $3.99
- Small Gold Package $6.99
- Medium Gold Package $13.99
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