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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Various improvements, polishing and bug fixing.
Ratings and Reviews
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
Fun, but limited
If this game ever received real updates I’d give it 5 stars in a heartbeat. The game itself places you in charge of a C130 gunship that has to protect a squad of post apocalyptic looters. You have no control over the squad other than stop/start and the weapons you choose to give them. Weapons are awarded in a completely random fashion. You get a weapon crate for finishing a battle (usually a hard level one) and it they take 4 hours each to open. You earn in game currency (metal bars) at the end of each level. Mostly fun.
A few flaws; the developer has hit upon the idea that weapons have to be parted out (into bolts) and fused to improve them. From level 1-60. This is the great weakness of the game, there are never enough bolts, and surprisingly bolts can’t be bought. In the early versions of the game they were plentifully, then they updated the game about 2 years ago and weapons upgrades became tedious.
The weapons drops are highly random, with 5 levels. Common (gray); uncommon (green); rare (blue); epic (purple); and legendary (gold - go figure). It’s so random, some people fill their arsenals with them, and others only receive common weapons. It makes a huge difference, you can breeze through levels with legendary weapons, but you’d better be one talented individual to finish a hard level with a common or uncommon, level weapon. There is a fairly active player community but no PVP or coop battles.
You will need to spend a few bucks, but well worth it
Don’t be fooled by the free download, but nothing worth having will be totally free anyway. You’ll want to take advantage of the original discounted offers to buy some equipment and gold, but after that there’s not much need to invest a ton of money into it. I think I’ve spent about $6 on this game so far and have far exceeded $6 worth of entertainment. I have spent $60+ on PS4 games that aren’t as fun and entertaining as this, so consider that before you read any bad reviews complaining about in-app purchases. There aren’t any over bearing annoying adds that you have to deal with (unless you want to, in which case you are handsomely rewarded). The graphics are awesome, the feedback is cool, the game play is entertaining; what more can you say? The developers knocked it out of the park. Download it, expect to invest $10 or $20 into it over the course of the game and enjoy because it’s well worth double that.
- Flaregames GmbH
- 351.9 MB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese, Turkish
- Age Rating
- Rated 12+ for the following:
- Frequent/Intense Horror/Fear Themes
- Frequent/Intense Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- Copyright © flaregames GmbH 2019
- In-App Purchases
- Little Something $0.99
- Pocket Change $4.99
- Decent Stack $9.99
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