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Been playing since early to mid sept and really like it so far! Not overly greedy(yet lol) Easy to win prizes! Great events and I like the fact that there is a lot of strategy in this game! Now I wish hour speed ups were easier and cheaper to come by but ehhh I’ll live lol now with all that, I think the game needs to be spiced up a little bit better! How? I don’t know how lol it just gets a little bit boring at times but maybe that’s because of how many of these games I’ve played LOL And how fast i’ve moved up and i’ve only spent maybe $20? Maybe $30 tops! That gave me lots of stuff lol So Anyway...There is lots of different things to do! Including a actual kind of 3rd person shooter area lol That’s sweet! I do love the different commanders and their weapons! Too funny! You know maybe it’s my alliance that is that boring I don’t know LOL I do is chat was a little bit better but outside of that awesome so far! This has been a JRock review! Peace ✌️
The app restarted my game when I upgraded my phone. Don’t put your money or time into this game unless you can bind the account. It’s been over a week since I last logged in. Several active players sent Help and Support messages about what happened. Help and support is useless even though you send screenshots of all the transactions, chief information, coordinates, etc. I hope players are still active if I ever get my account back. Other than that I had fun playing the game. I enjoyed customizing my settlement and teaming with other players to fight the plague. If help and support were better this would be a five star game. Update: Help and Support was able to relocate my account after 26 days and I’m happy to play again. Unfortunately my base’s resources and troops were all depleted and I couldn’t start off running. My absence has impacted the alliance and many players lost interest in the game. I tried my best by purchasing several packs to rebuild my settlement and troops but I wasn’t the strong player that I used to be. I tried to motivate players to participate in events but we weren’t able to place anymore. It’s sad to see the players that I invested my time into leave the game. I tried my best.
I’ve played this game fore only 3 days but I can tell that this is a different experience than what I’m used to. I’m this game there are so many different gameplay mechanics that you may forget. Not only can you attack other players bases, but there is a single player mode, and side quests. The single player missions are similar in terms of gameplay and the story may be not that fleshed out, but it’s still highly enjoyable. However this is a free to play game, so how are the micro transactions handled? Unfortunately every time you load up the game they will shove a micro transaction opportunity done your throat. They also put micro transaction logos over key buildings in the game in the hope that players will click on them. I have done this several times and it’s an annoyance in my opinion. I understand why they do this, but I still don’t agree with it. However the positive to all of this? You DO NOT need to buy these transactions to progress at an acceptable pace. There are plenty of ways to speed up building construction and scientific research. Overall I think if you like zombie games, base builder, and simply want something to pass the time download this game and try it out.
The game is good at first and has potential. But unless you some money it’s not worth it. Here’s why... Most games I have played like this are all about the same at first. Once you reach a certain level you loose your “Peace Shield” and are vulnerable to attacks from other players. I get it. It’s a war game. But in every other game I have played you get a few peace shields so that once you reach a certain level and your base is open for enemy attacks, you can use other peace shields ( at least a day or two worth). Not this game. All you get is a 2 hour peace shield. I did all kinds of missions, quest, you name it. And all I was left with was a 2 hour peace shield and like no means of buying one unless I spend real money. I get attacked every couple hours, loos troops, resources, and my advancement halts to a slow down because of it. If the developers would give you a few of those shields for free so that you can actually advance for a few days instead of just a few hours, it would be a better game. But then again, they wouldn’t get their money. I get that, you spend time creating a game and you deserve some money. But you guys are super money hungry.
If you enjoy click games like clash of clan, boom beach or any other build a city type game then you will enjoy this game. They provide you with a pretty good tutorial which sets you up for the game. The game itself seem well put together but yet very simplistic. This is not necessarily a bad thing. Not only do they make the game fun and easy to play but they provide a dialogue or story line to the game which I thought was a good touch. Personally it’s not a game I see myself playing over an extended period of time, it actually lost my attention after about 2 hours. I will however continue to play the game to make sure my review is structurally sound. With that being said I know people went crazy over games like this and clash of clans. I myself being on of those people when it first game out. I do find this game to be better then clash for sure. ~Takingmondays
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State of Survival: Zombie War has 19 138 user reviews.
State of Survival: Zombie War has an average rating of 4.7.
The latest version of State of Survival: Zombie War (1.6.61) was released on Jan 18, 2020.
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It’s been six months since the outbreak. Six months of terror, isolation and grueling hardship. Most folks didn’t make it. But you did. Welcome to the State of Survival.
The infection ripped across the country taking civilization with
it. Any surviving military or government went to ground. The land belongs to the infected now. As well as any survivors brave enough to stake their claim for it.
Make friends or fight with other survivors. Do whatever you must to survive. It won’t be easy. The infected are everywhere. Resources are scarce and you must salvage what you can from the carcass of society.
It’s a new world out there. Dangerous, yes, but filled with opportunity. Immense power awaits those bold enough to grasp it. But remember to watch your back. It’s fair to say people aren’t quite as friendly as they used they be…
Build up your Settlement to form a safe haven for your survivors and a foundation for your post-apocalyptic empire.
Save survivors to swell your numbers and increase your strength. Locate those with special abilities, they will be the heroes of the plague war!
The zombie disease is mutating rapidly. Learn whatever you can to understand it. Whoever can control the infection controls the state!
There is strength in numbers. Make allies and forge strategic partnerships to survive the horrors of the infected Wilderness. Join forces to pulverize any who try to take advantage of you.
Rip up the Rulebook
It’s humanity 2.0. Rewrite the rules on how you want humankind to progress.
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