Reviewed in The best Apps and Games - Daily Update
Finally the award-winning zombie-adventure, from the same series, is now ported to android! Each of you who don't know this game should play it now! Particularly the great story, which you can even affect partially is one of the best things of the game! Especially the gripping story will inevitably cast a spell! P.S.: The first episode is free, each of the other five episodes will cost extra! Season Two is already available and also optimized for tablets just like season one!
Reviewed in Games with Depth
I dont think many have missed the game that propelled telltale games to the next level, but if you havent heard of it heres a short rundown: It is more or less a choose your own adventure mixed with a tv-series. There are action scenes but the main focus is on the interaction between characters and decisions, which usually have big impacts on the story. Add to this that all choices, dialogue and otherwise is on a timer, and you will find yourself in some quite stressfull situations, not always caused by the zombies. i really recommend playing this, when youre done you really feel like you have seen a whole season of a tv series and formed relationships with the characters. It works great on tablets and the first episode of five is free, so try it out!
Reviewed in Point and click adventures
Earlier this year, Telltale Games released The Walking Dead: Season One in the Amazon Appstore, but gave it exclusive availability on the Kindle Fire. If you've been waiting (as I have) for this one to finally make its way to other Android devices, today's the day – it's now available in Google Play. No, that rhyme wasn't intentional. I promise. Anyway, for those who may not be familiar with Telltale's rendition of The Walking Dead universe, this is a point-and-click adventure game based on the comic book. You won't find Rick, Carl, Shane, or many other popular characters from the TV series along for the ride; instead, this one follows the story of a different set of characters as they try to make sense of (and survive) their new zombie-infested world. This title has long been available for consoles like the PS3, but the transition to mobile makes a lot of sense, as the simple nature of the gameplay makes for easy touch-based actions. The game also supports controller input for those who want to play on SHIELD or with MOGA. The first episode is a free download, though the episodes two thru five, along with the special episode "400 Days", cost $5 a pop. There's also the option of saving some funds by bulk-buying all episodes for $15.
As featured in TegraZone, The Walking Dead is a five-part game series (Episode 2-5 can be purchased via in-app) set in the same universe as Robert Kirkman’s award-winning series. Play as Lee Everett, a convicted criminal, who has been given a second chance at life in a world devastated by the undead. With corpses returning to life and survivors stopping at nothing to maintain their own safety, protecting an orphaned girl named Clementine may offer him redemption in a world gone to hell. Experience events, meet people and visit locations that foreshadow the story of Deputy Sheriff Rick Grimes. A tailored game experience – actions, choices and decisions you make will affect how your story plays out across the entire series. • Plays great on NVIDIA SHIELD
• Winner of over 90 Game of the Year awards
• All five award-winning episodes plus special episode ‘400 Days’
• Choice matters: your decisions change the story around you
• Save over 25% on additional episodes by purchasing the Season Pass and gain access to Episodes 2-5, plus special episode 400 Days immediately
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GPU: Adreno 200 series, Mali-400 series, PowerVR SGX540, or Tegra 3
CPU: Dual core 1GHz
GPU: Adreno 300 series, Mali-T600 series, PowerVR SGX544, or Tegra 4
CPU: Quad core 1.5GHz