End Night HD
By Ben Falcone
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The indie horror hit returns to the app store
4/5 “End Night stands out for being truly chilling” - Touch Arcade
4/5 "a must play for any true survival horror fan" - Dread Central
“It's an interesting mashup of traditional horror mechanics and tablet-centric pacing.” - Dreamdawn.com
Recommended for iPad 2 featuring MSAA and 60fps gameplay.
Days after a virus turns most of a small town into crazed killers, one man struggles to find a cure before it’s too late.
-Free roaming, open based gameplay - You decide where to go and what to do.
-Survive on a knife’s edge - loot weapons, ammo and resources to stay alive
-Dynamic missions that change depending on your choices.
-Explore the town and find samples to create the vaccine.
-Split second decisions are the difference between life and death -- Do I run or do i fight?
-Close range battles with infected enemies splatter blood and gore everywhere
“some of the game's most heart-pumping moments are spent in bathrooms; as you clean your wounds undead can stumble through the door, which leaves you little time to adjust to the conflict.” - Touch Arcade
What's New in Version 1.12
Fixed a.i. compatibility bug with ios 5.1
This game is really cool and worth the money. Its probably one of the best survival horror game available in the App Store. But I do have a few suggestions.
1) story! PLEASE tell us the story! How did this start? Who is our main character? Why is he there?
2) maybe make it so you can hang out in the "home". Like when it says to find coffee, make it possible to sleep instead, or sit on a couch.
3) move stuff. Make it possible to move a couch or something to try to barricade doors and windows.
4) make it possible to pick stuff up and leave it at the home base.
Please consider these suggestions! They would make the game so much more fun!
A the start, it is a bit difficult. But as you get the hang of the game, you figure out some tips and tricks to survive. I like the free roaming aspect, and the atmosphere is pretty hectic. You certainly have to gage whether of not to fight or flee as zombies can pile up against you. I say great game, I wish after death it didn't kick you back to the start but other than that pretty solid experience throughout
Fun Game, But Lacking
There are minimal improvements to the gameplay but you still didn't fix the glitch where the enemy can walk through the front closed door of the main house. Also the ability to save progress would be nice. You guys need to add sound effects to immerse the player and make it more interesting; or at least do that for a possible sequel. It still a recommended app if anyone is interested in survival horrors.