Zombie Anarchy Review (Vernee Apollo Lite): Gameloft Does Base Building and Zombie Hacking Pretty Well (Video)

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  • 23 Nov 2016
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  • The laziest thing a game maker can do nowadays is clone Boom Beach or Clash of Clans, but some of them add extras, like that Transformers game we recently reviewed. Anyway, Gameloft approached the same area with Zombie Anarchy, that reminds me a bit of Walking Dead: No Man’s Land. The game is available for free in the Play Store and we played it on the Vernee Apollo Lite handset.


    We’ve got a base building element, you collect unusual characters, with special abilities and upgrade your base and said characters. Each has a background story, niftly revealed via dialogs and some of them use special powers, like a Molotov cocktail or a speed boost, or maybe even heal. The graphics are actually excellent, especially the zombies, that are pretty originally rendered, with a twist of alien in them.

    The vibe of the game feels a bit like Dying Light for some reason, which is nice. After every battle there’s a mini game, where you have to shoot various critters and get your reward for that. There’s also PVP battles, where you get the gears and food (main currencies) from other players. They protect themselves with mines, turrets, towers and characters, so beware.

    You can of course apply the same defensive means to your base. Your characters have HP meters, that run out after taking damage, so you have to heal them, which triggers timers, as usual for a freemium. Battles are very short and repetitive, there’s not much strategy here, but unlike Boom Beach and Clash of Clans, I can actually guide my peeps on the map.

    Once again the atmosphere and graphics of the game are top notch and Gameloft did quite a fine job here. If you’re ready to waste a couple of days and unlock more units, you may even have a blast with the game. We give it an 8.4 out of 10 and it’s excellent to play on the go.

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