Play Dead Island, the #1 zombie gaming series, now on your iPhone & iPad! Gather your band of heroes, fortify your base and face the incoming hordes together with your friends!


Get ready for the ultimate zombie action RPG experience for iPhone and iPad – based on Deep Silver’s best-selling Dead Island series with over 15 million units sold on PC and console. Collect legendary heroes and ingenious weapons. Build cunning traps and solid barricades. Use spectacular combos and unique special moves. Team up with other survivors and watch each other’s backs. Do whatever you can to keep the ghastly zombie hordes at bay!


• Enjoy action-packed gameplay mixing melee combat & trap laying!
• Collect iconic heroes to face the zombies!
• Build your base with cunning traps to fend off the hordes!
• Survive together with your friends & allies!
• Explore & free beautiful, hand-made islands!
• Meet the heroes & zombies in the real world – with ARKit!


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What’s New

Version 4.1.0

Minor bugfixes and enhancements

Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
2.3K Ratings
2.3K Ratings
david.bridge298 ,

What a waste of a once great franchise

The tower defense gameplay on its own isn’t very interesting or special. It’s honestly pretty bland. That’s not why this game gets two stars though. It’s because EVERYTHING is behind a long timer or pay wall. That’s normal though for a mobile game though, right? Sure. But having 1 worker unit (also what is that doing in a dead island game?) to share between opening suitcases with normal 3-8 hour timers and upgrading equipment. Let’s say you decide to open a suitcase for 8 hours. Now you cannot upgrade defenses for 8 hours. Even when you decide to to upgrade defenses, say like a turret, that turret is now offline for at least an hour. You have to make a choice between playing without viable defenses or waiting to play the game. Of course unless you give them money. But it’s a mobile game, mircrotransactions are to be expected, right? Yes. But the game needs to earn your money. This game doesn’t. It’s boring and agonizingly slow unless you put in your money to speed things up. You need workers to make the game move along faster. A single worker is over $5. $5 just to be able to work on a defense item and a suitcase at the same time. What a waste of the Dead Island name. You want to put your money towards something fun, go find the original games for dirt cheap.

At least the game trailer was good.

HerbS2urnerves ,

watered down

they put a watered down tower defense version of the beta Pc game they shut down 2 yrs ago, and the controls on this are bad. This exact freemium game was once on Steam and ppl spent money then to buy characters and open loot crates. Then they pulled the project out of the blue, i guess no1 was enjoying playing a PayToWin game. Now they are doing the same exact thing but on mobile. I want to warn any potential buyers that this company is more than likely to shutdown your game, effectively stealing whatever money you spent on it. Also if there's any sense in you, you wont fund pay-to-wins because they are ruining all of gaming. Pay to win means giving the person with the fattest wallet a cheat to guarantee their win. This means no skill is involved in gameplay just paid-for cheats. If spending money on a flimsy company that always shutsdown their games is fun for you, then you like freemium. Also in freemium games no matter how much you spend or progress it wont matter the system is designed to always match you against stronger opponents in order to make you lose so that you will be more inclined to Pay again in the hopes of getting a win. This is the law of every freemium, and the entire game boils down to spending and losing, while progression only happens during spending.

teh.FunKiller ,

Wow, I use to play the beta on PC, but it’s different.

Update: so yeah, I had some time to play the game. It’s not what I remember playing a few years ago. It’s a bit different from the PC BETA that I remember.

My opinion: controls are terrible. I don’t like the tap-to-move control scheme on tablets. Funny thing is, on PC I wanted click-to-move (Diablo controls), but I got WASD movement. On iOS they do the Diablo controls, and I hate it. Maybe on small phones it’s okay, but on a large screen like iPad Pro 10” or bigger, it’s difficult to hold the tablet in one hand and tap with the other—a floating joystick is perfect for these types of games on this platform. Add both options to settings is my suggestion.

Lastly, I tend to not spend much money on games that offer $99 packages. Why? Because that opens the gates for whales to take over, making your $5, $10, $20, heck, even $40 worthless in this environment. Whales spend in the $100’s to $1000’s, so get the idea.


1 GB
Requires iOS 8.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Age Rating
Rated 12+ for the following:
Frequent/Intense Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes
© 2016 Deep Silver FISHLABS, a Division of Koch Media GmbH. All rights reserved.
In-App Purchases
  1. Zara Bundle 1 $1.99
  2. Stack of Gems $9.99
  3. Workforce 1 $4.99


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