Infect Them All 2: Zombies Review
Bring down mankind one bite at a time, its Infect Them All 2 on iOS
Zombies are the hit trend on the App Store right now, and while most games revolve around your attempts to wipe out the undead, there are a few that go against the grain. There is, after all, something strangely satisfying about being destructive and Infect Them All 2: Zombies appeals to exactly that side of human nature.
The aim is simple; infect or kill every human in each level in order to progress, with points awarded for the ruthlessness in which you can complete this and the strength of the humans you overwhelm. While some humans put up little fight when you attack them, others will come back at you and take several attempts to infect. On the flip side of this, they become a more formidable member of your horde as a result.
There is real joy to be got from playing Infect Them All, as the screen fills with your infected while soldiers and police officers try and fight you off. This may be a fun, animated title, but real battles can break out on your screen as this apocalypse unfolds.
What users will also notice is that there is a quick-fire nature to this game. It has been designed to pick up and put down as you wish, with a main mode as well as constantly popping up side levels ensuring you always have something to play. This keeps the simple format of this game fresh, because in truth there isn’t much depth or story to Infect Them All. This isn’t a criticism however, because developer Magic Cube has managed to appeal to a core market, and that is commuter and casual gamers. Giving them what they want in the shape of one button attacks and a nice upgrade system is all they need to get a kick out of this title, and that can be said for everyone. It won’t blow you away with its depth of story, but in terms of content and a constant stream of fun missions, this game can compete with most.
Everything you need without going overboard; ideal for casual gamers.
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