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I just want to say that I am a major fan of these games so when I saw the 3rd one I got it immediately. I love this game and it is everything I love about the first two but it also keeps it refreshing. The only complaint I have is that this game crashes often, if I get to anything more than 30 people the game will crash almost instantly, the only way I can prevent this is by turning off the blood and music, which takes some enjoyment out of the game. Even when I do that the game will crash once I complete a level that has a certain amount as previously stated, it crashes when I move on to another level and complete it. I love this game and this series so I hope this gets fixed soon, thanks to anyone who may take the time to read this.
I picked this game up on a whim, and I can’t seem to put it down. I love the quick bursts of gameplay that I can sneak in, though I always end up playing longer than I should... Addictive gameplay, excellent art, and superb design. Definitely check this one out!
I’ve been playing every game in this series and I got excited seeing the third game in an app, what really disappoints me is the constant crash issue I get when the timer counts down on the 1 after completing a level. Because of this the game is basically unplayable and is keeping me from giving a 5 star Edit:So I use an iPhone 6+ and usually most apps run just fine, after the recent update the game still crashes after the countdown and it’s really upsetting me. I know the developers are trying their best and i’m staying to support throughout all my 10+ years of playing armor games
It's a lot of fun at first while learning the game and figuring out how it works to succeed. Once you beat the game once I couldn't find much reason to play again. You can unlock new modifiers for starting the game again, but beating those just unlocks more modifiers for the same game. The base game is really fun and I'd love some reasons to go through it again. Maybe add unlockable zombies, bosses, or play styles after each play through? The modifiers seem to be a way to add today value but I don't feel like they're compelling enough beyond adding arbitrary difficulty.
This game certainly may have a big price tag and pixel graphics, but it’s worth your money. If you have any spare money that you want to get off your back, buy this game! If you enjoy it and play a lot, then it will take a good 2 weeks before you finish the game. Although, this game would be a lot better if there were not just regular then legendary zombies. This game would also attract more people if there were bosses and more places to conquer. I mean what’s the problem with zombies in space? This game is great and you would enjoy it but it doesn’t quite yet deserve a 5-star.
Conquer the world, one bite at a time! Infectonator 3: Apocalypse is a fast-paced simulation-strategy game where your goal is to destroy humanity with your growing army of mutating zombies. Drop your virus into an unsuspecting population and watch the chaos unfold. Upgrade your virus, splice DNA, and unlock dozens of undead creatures with
Blending pixel art mayhem and arcade action, Infectonator 3: Apocalypse has you lurching across the world map to wipe out humanity before it wipes out you. By causing the most destruction in each area and reaching target goals, you'll be able to jump from one continent to the next. But beware; not only will humans start deploying powerful zombie countermeasures during levels, but they'll also begin researching a cure. If that happens, it's game over! The good news is that with hordes of zombies, mutated monstrosities, and powerful traps and weapons on your side, you're not giving up this apocalypse without a fight.
The only difference between the mobile version and desktop version is that this one fits in your pocket. Now you can destroy the planet from anywhere in the world, even the bathroom.
Over 35 Zombies to Discover and Craft – Splice DNA to unlock new mutations, from common walking-undead to leaping alien parasites. Build your brain-hungry army and master their abilities to turn humanity into mulch.
A Wonderfully Warped World – Infectonator 3: Apocalypse takes place in the real world... well, sort of! As you destroy the globe, you'll encounter parodies and morbid humor of all sorts, but beware. The humans will not go quietly and have their own defenses.
Classic Pixelart With a Modern Twist – Expressive and cute-yet-creepy 2D humans and monsters roam dynamically lit 3D environments. Sending hordes of undead monsters to devour flesh has never looked so pretty!
Over 200 Unique Interactive Levels – Open or lock doors, blow up walls... use the environment to your advantage and make sure your zombies get to the very last human to earn bonus cash and creatures for your lab.
Built for Challenge and Customisation – Randomized events, mutations, and locations add difficulty to various maps, while optional modifiers can make the game harder... or more casual, if you prefer.
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