Earn to Die 2

Earn to Die 2

Earn to Die 2 is one of the games that we like the most due to a few simple reasons – the game offers some action, some flexibility and great graphics, although in 2D only.

The game takes you to some distant future where the Earth is occupied by zombies. You, as the main protagonist, are one of the few survivors. It turns out there is a safe place so you get a car and then you try to get there but in order to do that you will have to kill zombies on your way. This is what the game is all about but the fun only starts here.

First, Earn to Die 2 offers a lot of customization options – when you finish a level successfully you get cash that you can spend on vehicle upgrades that will allow your car to travel longer, sustain more damage or simply accelerate better. Second, while travelling you will be hitting zombies that will often die in funny or gruesome ways. Third, you will be destroying buildings and various other similar structures with the end result being something similar to a small apocalypse. This is where the magic of the game lies – it makes you feel like an invincible hero who can do everything anytime.

Apart from this Earn to Die 2 offers 2D graphics only but they look and feel cartoonish, which fits perfectly the entire game atmosphere and adds to the value of the app. The sound of the game is also nice, it fits the action and the carnage that you will witness so we have no bad words to say here.

All in all Earn to Die 2 will appeal to people who want to have some brutal action for free, right here, right now. The game offers that and then some in the form of various vehicle upgrade options that will appeal to fans of the racing genre. In a few words – we have a winner here.

Earn to Die 2 resides at this address on Google Play.

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