Monster Zombie 2: Undead Hunter ($0.99) by AFEEL, Inc. is a strategic action game that doesn't disappoint. Cute and crisp graphics, gameplay that keeps you on your toes, and zombies — you just can't go wrong.
So, you're a cute red-headed anime chick with weaponry. This cannot get any better for you. But wait — here come the zombies. Mobs and mobs of zombies. Some of them throw things at you, some of them are faster than others, but one thing is for certain: they all want to chow down on your gray matter.
You begin with a small dagger for melee attacks and a bow for ranged attacks. It's like you're playing Word of Warcraft and you chose a hunter. This excited me. Finally! A chance to show off my mad hunter kiting skills in an iOS game! I knew all of those hours I should have been studying, but instead I wasted in battlegrounds, would all be worth it one day.
To change weapons, tap the weapon slot on the top right of your screen. You use the left joystick to move around, and the right to attack. I'm going to be honest with you, though, I hung out with my bow 99 percent of the time. I slowly walked my cute little red-haired butt around the forest, gathered up all of the zombies, and started wreaking havoc with my arrows.
This is what you must do in this game: kite the zombies around and take them out, one by one, before they even begin to bare their teeth at you. Eluding your enemies and utilizing ranged attacks is what wins this game. We got this.
Not all of the zombies are the same. Some have special attacks, and you even come across a few other creatures and bosses as well. Trust me, this game may seem repetitive but it's quite challenging and each level is different.
You can upgrade not only your weapons, but your armor and trinkets as well. You use the in game gold to purchase these items from the shop. However, if you choose, you can spend some real life dollars on the gold to get those upgrades more quickly.
Monster Zombie 2: Undead Hunter has five stages, with 125 levels total, and full Game Center support. I found it engaging and just fun to play; but, then again, I really enjoyed the kiting and the zombie killing.
It is a universal app and is available in the App Store for only $0.99. I'd say it's well worth the buck! What do you think?