We are facing yet another zombie invasion in what’s new in Madfinger Games, Dead Trigger 2, sequel to direct one of the most colorful FPS of 2012 for iOS devices and Android. We see in our analysis how you been sitting the formula free-to-play to this new adventure of action and gore.
Czech study Madfinger Games is taking advantage of a good part of the potential graph of the platforms for which develops their titles, offering a so amazing as a spectacular audiovisual level; games like Shadowgun ‒un Gears of War‒, Dead Trigger-style third person shooter FPS ‒el mata-zombis which is the sequel to us ocupa‒ or Shadowgun: Dead Zone ‒un spinoff held TPS in the form of multiplayer online‒ are clear examples of this, marking new technological ceilings with each new release. Now comes to the AppStore and Google Play the long-awaited second part of your FPS of terror, Dead Trigger 2, now in free-to-play from day ‒recordemos the first installment moved to this business model soon of his lanzamiento‒ and with a somewhat more varied and not so monotonous development, one of the major stumbling blocks of the first game. Details of the umpteenth zombie invasion in our analysis.
Again, we find ourselves in the middle of a zombie infection worldwide where a few survivors try to survive threatened unmoved by the hungry undead. Thus, we are partakers of the umpteenth adventure set in much-touted theme, resulting in little original in this sense; as we move forward in its development along different North American cities, we will be getting to know a group of survivors that they will help us to resist in the streets and buildings that we will visit, trying to meet different objectives that will provide variety to the action. Thus, from our hiding place we interact with every one of our partners, which include a gunsmith, a smuggler, a doctor, an engineer and a scientist.
For those who doubt for FPS on iOS and Android touch control scheme, Madfinger Games has introduced a new interface in this sequel, simplifying the experience but achieving better results in terms of fun and comfort, voiding much of the frustration “commanders” of such games. Thus, we will go by moving your finger from the left side of the screen and will set at doing the same for the other half; the novelty resides in that once I fired automatically write down about a zombie, achieving a better aim and more satisfactory in this regard results, although to many it may seem a step back by its apparent simplification. Those who want to resort to manual shooting mode can enable it using the game options, introducing icons firing and reloading the touch interface.
- Dead Trigger 2 for Android now available in the Google Play Store (androidauthority.com)
- Android App DEAD TRIGGER 2 Preview (topandroidfaq.com)
- The Award-Winning DEAD TRIGGER Spawns A Zombie-Infested Sequel (appadvice.com)