Dead Trigger 2, a sequel of Dead Trigger, is a multi-platform single player zombie-themed shooter developed by Madfinger Games. It was released on October 23, 2013 for Android and iOS devices and in February 2014 for Facebook users. You can easily download the Dead Trigger 2 app from the app stores.
It is a zomie-apocalypse-theme first persin shooter game. The game features numerous environments, progression system, upgradable and unlockable weapons and a number of story-based and quick play missions.
Dead Trigger 2 is a free-movement shooter allowing the player to control the character’s movement. The game presents two different control paradigms aiming at zombies using different control systems. The advanced control system works exactly like the first game allowing the player to fie the weapon by pressing the button and additional buttons allows the player to aim down the weapon for better accuracy.
The gameplay revolves around accomplishing the objectives while killing zombies. The player has a controlled amount of health that can be refreshed at the beginning of every mission. The player loses health when they get hit by zombies or environmental hazards but the health can be regained by getting a powerup from a special zombie or taking pain killers.
There are two types of enemies, Special zombies and standard zombies. Special zombies appear in different looks and unique traits and are poisonous and harder to kill. Standard zombies plod with a slow pace and attack the player with their arms and some may carry melee weapons and sprint for greater damage.
Other than that, the player can carry a melee weapon and more than three types of consumable items. Consumable items include grenades, health pills, exploding chickens and others.
The weapons introduced in this game are:
- CZ 75
- Desert Eagle
- Dual Glock
- AK 74
- M1 Garand
- FN 2000
- Type 92
- Dual Uzi (Suppressed)
- Scorpion EVO
- Grenade Launcher
- Sniper Rifle
- Rocket Launcher
- Heavy Machine Gun
- Studded Bat
There are two types of missions, quick play missions and story-based missions. In both the cases the player may select a difficulty before beginning the mission, the difficulty affects the reward given for completing each mission.
Quick-play missions are placed randomly on the map and can be played anytime. These missions have a single focus, for instance killing zombies in an area or collecting supply crates. At a given time the player has to defend the city that the resistance is trying to attack and control. Players may choose quick-play missions for this city for participating in the battle. The player gains rewards depending on the number of zombies he or she kills in the city.
Story missions are included in the overall narrative missions including background and briefing the given information and must be completed in the given order. They feature larger portions of environment and the player has to complete the given objectives in a single mission. If the player fails any of the story missions then he or she cannot proceed. Completing specific missions of the story will reward the player with additional bonuses and consumable items.
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