DEAD TRIGGER for iOS
iOS

DEAD TRIGGER

Jun 26, 2012
8.03
playscore
Good
1147th of 6925

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About this game

Developer: Madfinger Games
Content Rating: Mature

Summary

In 2012 modern civilization is coming to an end. Global economics have been disrupted, money has lost its value. People have risen against the ignorant politicians who were just lining their pockets – and they didn't spare any of them. However, those who really ruled the world were prepared - and escaped. Suddenly billions of people died from a strange virus, while others turned into butcherly beasts with just one thought: TO KILL! Only a few people on the planet have survived, at least until they run out of ammo... or learn how to stop them...” Smash hordes of bloodthirsty zombies * Secure vital supplies * Save other survivors * Protect the Safe Haven * Explore the city * and uncover the provoking truth in this intense FPS action game!

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Critic Reviews

10 Reviews
6.89
Peter WarriorJun 30, 2013
It goes without saying that red barrels explode when shot, killing nearby zombies and all the known cliches of z-gaming apply to Dead Trigger. Have for example that if you shoot a zet at his legs he will crawl instead of shuffling. Therefore, a must have for every FPS lover and for every Z-gamer, but too heavy and demanding for casual players.
9.00
Chris BuffaJun 30, 2012
Stupendous mobile game graphics, a powerful collection of weapons and equipment, mowing down zombies and seeing their heads splatter, affordably-priced in-app cash and gold, surprisingly responsive first-person controls.
Eric FordJul 03, 2012
The visuals are absolutely captivating, and are an excellent inexpensive way to showcase just how beautiful games could be on the new iPad. However, as a game, Dead Trigger just falls flat in terms of implementation offering the same dull freemium-based experience that we’ve seen before. As it stands, gamers that don’t mind the incredibly simplistic stylings of a monotonous mission-based race for cash will probably enjoy Dead Trigger but for everyone else, it all depends on how high nice graphics are on your priority list.

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