Review of Free-to-Play Game with Fair Ads and Steady Progress
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Review of Free-to-Play Game with Fair Ads and Steady Progress

This game has a lot of positive aspects such as fair ads, steady progress, and addictive gameplay. However, some users find it frustratingly random and too monotonous. The upgrade system is luck-based, and the game can be pay-to-win. There are no forced ads, but the layout can be complicated, and progression can slow down. The game is free-to-play, but it depends on luck with skill choices, making some users suggest adding an option to ensure certain skills. Overall, the game is enjoyable for those with extra time on their hands.

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  • It could have been a great game but the levels are annoyingly getting harder and harder. The skill rolls are terrible. How about you make it so that the skill rolls are the ones the players have instead of giving us random skills. I kept losing because I couldn't upgrade my weapons and it keep giving me new ones that aren't strong enough to deal with the enemies in 10 minutes and above

    • Negative
    • Skill System
    May 18, 2023
  • Frustratingly random. The gameplay is fun and the graphics are cool, but the upgrade system is based entirely on luck. This makes it impossible to scale up your attacks as the difficulty increases within a level. Not a great system. Very annoying when the difficulty spikes and you're offered only tier one upgrades for weapons you haven't used. The soundtrack could also use more variety. So far each level has the same music.

    • None
    • Upgrades and Unlockables
    May 16, 2023
  • This game so far is quite enjoyable. It's simple gameplay and easy to get the hang of. It's challenging but not impossible. It's ad free except if you choose to watch an ad or two for a bonus. The rewards so far are fair. I don't like how redundant it is and there isn't much strategy just luck mostly. It is enjoyable though.

    • Positive
    • Addictiveness
    Apr 18, 2023
  • It's a good game but I don't think it has enough features that I really look for in a game like this, like sometimes I would like an infinity round, see how long you can go without dying with access to every upgrade (except those locked by starting weapon of course so if you start with a throwing knife then you should be limited to those) but overall the game is actually pretty good

    • Positive
    • Gameplay and Controls
    Apr 10, 2023
  • I love this game. It's very addictive! The only change I would make is please put a collect all button when collecting rewards. It's off putting having to press every button to collect your rewards and then have to tap again to get out of the screen. Then you have to do that 10 more times if you let your rewards build up, which isn't ideal.

    • Positive
    • Gameplay and Controls
    Mar 20, 2023
  • I downloaded this game because ZOMBIES! and it looked like a cute little time waster. I'm completely addicted! Simple game play that gets more challenging as you progress. Easily upgrade without spending money. You're not bombarded with ads like so many other games. There are ads to watch for free items and extra lives which I can totally appreciate. 10/10*

    • Positive
    • Gameplay and Controls
    Mar 10, 2023
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