Zombie Hive

Zombie Hive

Zombie Hive is one of the games that are hard to understand. Here we will explain why.

This free Android app takes you to some place around the world which turns out to be a secret weapons development laboratory. Unfortunately for the people working there a massive zombie accident takes place and the undead creatures occupy the underground building. It is up to you to conquer this dangerous place by using your soldiers to clean the zombies and then you must destroy the computer that sits on the 1000th floor underground and that seems to control the zombies.

So far so good but the realization of the whole idea behind the game raises an eyebrow here and there. First we will focus on the graphics and the sound the game comes with. Well, it turns out that the game has pretty much nothing to offer here – Zombie Hive features 2D graphics that seems to be taken from an arcade game from the 1990s. The sound also seems aged and this is definitely a bad start for the game.

Second, you are not in control of your soldiers. They re-take the underground building floor by floor and all you can do inside the game is to supply them with ammo and other supplies and make them better soldiers. In addition you are given a screen called Command Center where you can upgrade your soldiers or machines that you need. Unfortunately there’s a problem again – the English used in the game has some grammar mistakes which further spoil the feeling and the gameplay.

After playing for some time you will realize that Zombie Hive is not an action-oriented game – instead it more or less bets on strategy so we can take it into this category. Okay, it might be able to deliver in this field but in all other it almost fails. You may try this game and you may even like it but just don’t have expectations that are too high.

Zombie Hive is here on Google Play.

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