UNKILLED

UNKILLED

We now sharply shift from child games to apps for grown-ups and UNKILLED (yes, it is spelled like this) is one of them. The story behind the game is not significant or worth mentioning but shooters do not really need one!

So, UNKILLED takes you to times unknown when the world is infested with zombies that are virtually everywhere (yes, we have seen this story before). So should we tell you that your main goal here is to clear the zombies and save the world? We doubt it. In any case, however, UNKILLED seems to be a nice shooter. The game is a bit large at around 180 MB, but it pays off – it will treat your eyes with nice 3D graphics and various visual effects, not to mention the action you will get to experience. The gameplay is simple – shoot all the zombies you will see with your submachine gun (we think it is a UZI gun) and then move ahead. The good news is that here the game gives you unlimited ammo so even if you miss, you are good (unless the zombies get to you). In addition playing UNKILLED is easy – once you point your gun at a zombie, the gun starts shooting automatically; you move with your left finger, while your right finger (on the display, of course) turns the camera around. Once you complete the mission goals you get a break, being taken to the main menu where you can see stats and other information. When you are ready, you can start a new level and this is how you progress here.

Well, you get an idea how UNKILLED looks like. The game will not make you remember its sound effects, but it will do. What can we say about it in the end? UNKILLED is an average shooter that will help you kill time or satisfy your thirst for action but the app will not do much more. This is not to say that the game is bad but it is not an epic game that you will be playing for years or remember for an extended period of time. It is just a shooter and this is it, so if you are into such apps, then go for it!

UNKILLED is here on Google Play.

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