The name pretty much says it all. The Zombieville 2 USA app is just that, full of zombies. This one however makes it a little simpler being a side scrolling game. The Zombieville saga has been fairly popular throughout the app stores, ranking quite a bit higher than most. Zombieville is, how do you say, addicting? Fun? It’s pretty much just a riot all-together. Amass your arsenal of flamethrowers, mini-guns, RPG’s, or just go with the good old chainsaw. As with all Mika Mobile’s game the cartoonish style graphics allow them to have a slightly crisper game play with more explosions and effects, without draining your devices ram. This one’s a keeper.
Zombieville 2 USA Walkthrough / Guide:
At first you try to grab as much money and such as possible, so that you can upgrade weapons and skills. Get the skill “Daddy Warbucks” pretty early on. Other helpful skills I found were “Quartermaster” and “Radioactive” (extra ammo, regenerative health). Other than that pick a weapon you like, and kill zombies. I found you get more points and more cash with the more combos/multipliers you get, rather than running around and trying to pick up cash in the level (or going for flat out distance). ALSO, if you get hit, your combo resets, so don’t get bitten or spit on; the more combos you get, the more cash you get, so continually killing zombies is important.
Graphics: Amazing. Sorry, I tend to be very enthralled with the more cartoonish style graphics for several reasons. Number one you are playing on something that isn’t a full computer, and therefore does not have the power to try and run “realistic” looking games. I would take a smooth running, non laggy game, that looks clean and crisp any day, rather than some pixelated junk that people try to make look realistic. A+ in my opinion.
Sound/Music: Honestly it’s zombieville, which is funny in itself. But the music is pretty good, keeps you into it, and trying to get that high score. Only wish the mini-gun had a little bit more bass too it!
Pros: Totally worth the money. I play tons of games, and have to cycle through them. This one I still play.
Cons: So far none.
Addiction level: High. Quite high actually, I still play it on a regular basis.
Reviewed on: iPhone