Dead Ahead: Zombie Warfare Game Review
When was dead ahead Zombie Warfare released? A very fun game to play, Zombie Wars is a first-person shooter video game. You have to defend your base from waves of zombies using powerful weapons and vehicles. You have a limited amount of lives, which you will replenish by collecting energy packs scattered throughout the map. The game will end when your energy runs out and the screen will turn gray, then you are defeated and the game is over.
Zombie Wars is one of my favorites. It’s a great game to play with a group of friends, or alone. It’s a first-person shooting game that has lots of zombie action. I really enjoyed playing it, and after defeating the first one in the demo, I knew I had to get a hold of this game.
Dead Ahead: Zombie Warfare features a number of zombie war games, all with their own distinct characteristics. The first one is Dead Ahead: Zombie Warfare, which is more of an adventure-type game. You play as either Lita, a pregnant survivor of a virus outbreak, or Joe, a military veteran who survived after being infected with the zombies. Together you must find a way to survive the zombies and find a way to escape the mall. I liked both Lita and Joe and felt that they fit into the undead mold. They didn’t overdo it with the horror elements, which is always a good thing about a first-person shooter game where there is no overt bloodshed or gore.
Another popular game is Dead Ahead: Zombie Massacre, which is a single-player game about surviving in a zombie-infested area. In this mission, you have a limited amount of time to find a way out of the mall before the zombies arrive. Like the other missions, you have a shotgun, so you aren’t equipped to take on the zombies head-on. There are many types of weapons available, so there is something for everyone here. The zombies here are very tough, so if you want a challenging first-person game, this one fits that bill quite well.
While Dead Ahead: Zombie Warfare and its succeeding games are great games, they don’t come cheap. Between the three aforementioned downloads and a couple of others, Dead Ahead costs around forty dollars. It wasn’t the cheapest Android game I saw when I was looking around the Android Market, but it came close to being the most expensive one I saw there.
After Dead Ahead: Zombie Warfare came Dead Ahead: Salvage Mission, which picks up after the first game ended. This time around you have to do the same things you did in the previous levels of Zombie Warfare, but your objective is to get from level to level and fight off the undead hordes. In this game though, instead of killing all the zombies, you have to pick them all out with your shotgun before bringing them back to the base. You have to take out all of the human enemies as well, but you also have to defend the base against waves of zombies. It gets harder as you progress, but it’s not impossible. When the waves reach a certain point, a chopper helicopter drops down and rescues you.
When the credits finish rolling it will be time for the end of Dead Ahead: Zombie Warfare. If you enjoyed the missions and activities, then you will love this final level. You get the same ending as in Zombie Wars and Zombie Ultimatum, but there’s something special about this one. It lets me wrap up what had been going on throughout the game.
Zombie Wrack, the makers of Zombie Wars, is currently working on a new zombie warfare game known as Dead Ahead: Zombie Apocalypse. I have a feeling they will release that one soon because they’ve been so busy with the other projects. I will keep an eye out for the new one. So you know when to expect it.