Into the Dead Review: First Person Endless Runner Has Creepy Air, Lots of Action (Video)

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  • 11 Apr 2013
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  • If you’re tired of Temple Run or other similar titles, let’s switch the view a bit and move on to a first person one. That’s exactly what Into the Dead does, a game offered by Pikpok. They created a free title that lets you play an endless runner in first person view.

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    The game takes up 25 MB, you can find it for free on the Play Store and know that initially it came with some problems on the Nexus 10, for example. That’s exactly what happened, since we tested the game on the Google tablet and had the problems, that were quickly solved through an update. As far as gameplay goes, you have to press the edges of the screen to turn left or right and press the middle of the screen to shoot, using the various weapons available.

    You’ll wield a chainsaw, shotgun, revolver, pistol and other guns. Each time you complete a run you will get cash, that you’ll use to purchase perks, like a 1500 meter head start, weapons, ammo or even a dog to accompany you. The game is very fun and while it’s not that fast, it’s pretty intense, since zombies are everywhere and sometimes you’ll glance off them.

    You can also trip on fences and face other obstacles. Overall, it’s a very fun title, that gets a 9.5 out of 10 from us and you can download it from here.

     

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