The Walking Dead No Man’s Land

The Walking Dead No Man’s Land

The Walking Dead No Man’s Land is an Android app with a really long name but does this make it a worthy piece of software for your Android device? We are here to find out!

We’ll start by saying that The Walking Dead No Man’s Land is a large game and at about 200 MB in size make sure you have enough free space and then a good connection to the Internet. As the name of the game suggests here you will be fighting zombies in a world that has been overrun by them but this is not your ordinary 3D shooter – here you will have to plan your moves and actions since this is a strategy game. What you get is a third-person game where you move your people like pawns here and there and they have to fight zombies after being moved. The problem is that after you move your people it is zombies’ turn so prepare to get some damage. Ultimately you have to move your men into the so called safe zone where you finish the level but before this you have to plan your moves carefully and defeat the zombies you will encounter.

You may wonder why The Walking Dead No Man’s Land is a game that needs about 200 MB – well, it is because of the graphics the app comes with. Here the developers have done an excellent job – the game comes with awesome in-game videos, excellent 3D visuals and then more. The app features great sound effects too so we do not have any reason to be unhappy here.

The Walking Dead No Man’s Land is a game that will appeal to fans of strategy games since there simply isn’t that much fast paced action inside. This is definitely not a 3D shooter although it may seem like it at first. Apart from this The Walking Dead No Man’s Land comes with excellent graphics and sound effects and if strategies are your thing then do not miss to download and play this game!

The Walking Dead No Man’s Land is here on Google Play.

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