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Radiation Island is a survival adventure game where you craft your own destiny in a huge open world environment. As part of the Philadelphia Experiment you have become stranded in a parallel, alternate reality. Discover this new and mysterious world, with all its surprises. Use everything you find to survive it and solve its puzzle to get back to the real world. Follow your own path in an environment of breathtaking beauty and gigantic scope. Explore huge forests inhabited by dangerous wolves, bears and mountain lions. Investigate abandoned villages and old military compounds where zombies guard vital tools, weapons and clues to the secrets of this world. You can even swim and dive, if you can avoid the hungry crocodiles. Hunt wild animals, fish or gather fruits to overcome hunger. Mine for resources and craft weapons, tools and basic vehicles. Find hidden treasures, equipment and fire arms to prevail in a world full of perils: radiation, anomalies, harsh weather and enraged zombies. Experience the full day-night cycle and face the dangers of darkness and cold. Survive and beat the game to unlock multiplayer mode: fight other real players online in a closed arena for valuable resources. AMAZING QUALITY, AND IT’S ONLY ON iOS! Optimized for the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus and the new A8 processors with greater environmental detail, spectacular visual effects and unparalleled performance! Takes advantage of Metal on A7 and A8 devices to provide cutting edge graphics. GAME CENTER, AirPlay and iCloud iCloud support is integrated so players can save and share progress across devices. AirPlay lets you play the game on larger displays via Apple TV. Climb the Game Center leaderboards, challenge friends and unlock dozens of achievements. Supports iOS MFi Game Controllers. Important: iPhone 4 and older devices are not supported.
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Well, Lost is my favorite tv show of all time, and this game is basically Lost + zombies. I can't believe how cheap it is. I throw so much money at these BS games that just kill time -- I would be willing to spend a decent amount of money on an expansion or console version (although it’d essentially be Dead Island - I just really love this game.) I was starting to think this game was getting repetitive until I prematurely tried to disarm the center island tesla, then I realized I should just go work on the third (NE in my case) island first. And HOLY MOLY the third island was like a whole new game entirely. So many more bases, a hidden little oasis through a tunnel of trees, with actual decorations in the houses that you can take. Crazy amounts of zombies, but crystal transformers at every transit location. I love this game and cannot believe it isn't more popular. Anyways -- the few cons I've noticed (that don't make the game unplayable at all) : Zombies get stuck in walls, a lot of the dig sites don't work, sometimes auto aim doesn't seem to work but I suppose that could be user error, there could be different enemies or some more change of scenery. Anyways -- spend the three dollars and try it out. It's a hidden gem of the App Store. I’d legit pay a good $30-40 or so on a PS4 version.
So I love this game it’s very fun and I spent hours on it. However, I had a glitch that restarted my entire island and all my progress. I learned that I need to constantly cloud save to ensure this doesn’t happen again. And I find that kind of annoying. Another thing is once I completed the first island, the game became a buggy mess. For starters gliders don’t work at all, I went to the top of a mountain and there was nothing in my path, it was destroyed. I wasn’t even close to the ground. Another thing that happened was my character would start jumping over and over again. The only way to stop that was to reset my game. Another bug was the game crashing every 5 minutes and NOT saving my progress. The final bug so far is clipping through the ground and I must die to get out if there are enemies nearby. So all in all, once you complete the first island (which I found really fun) there is not much after the game when you go to another island because it starts to become glitchy to the point it almost unplayable because important features don’t work. I would give it 5 stars but because it is a paid game and it gets really buggy, it will sadly only receive 3 stars if by any chance you are able to fix these (I do realize that this is many years after the release) I would love that and I would give it 5 stars.
I had bought this game at least in 2016 and I had played it almost non stop until I cleared one main island, thats when I decided I should just move on from the game. But with this game now on the switch I had picked it up and played it until I beat the whole game and from what ive seen is that this game lacks a lot of diverse sound because everything either has one or two different sounds and that bothered me a little bit. But since that was only one small flaw that I had with the game I had a blast. Took me roughly 30 hours to beat the game fully and I would reccomend getting this either on the switch or here
This is a crafting/exploring/non-linear story RPG. The graphics and sound effects are on point. The game play is adjustable and responsive. Crisp graphics and lots of attention to detail makes the world hang together well. There are a few glitches that can annoy, but once you make a habit of cloud storing each game day, there’s nothing serious enough to ruin a campaign. There are two other games in the series, Escape From Chernobyl and Radiation City, but they are not as refined as Radiation Island and I would suggest skipping them. This game however is a definite buy.
Easily one of the best app games...huge open world, tons of collection (finding crates is like opening mini holiday gifts), logical crafting, scary but beatable animals and zombies, good story and logical/balanced progression, even the ability to build literally stadium sized structures if you want. It’s weeks to months of entertainment. Playing it through now again, about a year since first time, and just as enjoyable. Great work Atypical, can’t wait for the next one (since I’ve already played through Radiation City and Chernobyl - also great entertainment)
Developed by Atypical Games.
Radiation Island is ranking in Games & Action & Adventure
Last update was at Noneand the current version is 1.0.11.
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Radiation Island have a 588a user reviews.
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