Dead Trigger kills on contact

Spoiler alert! You don't even need to read the review. Shoot fast, run when you have the chance or the zombies will kill you. Three Stars.


What more do I need to say? It's a zombie shootout. You have to kill the zombies, reload and run for cover before they kill you. You buy better weapons as you advance through the game, or buy better weapons with coins you buy for real money.

You aim and shoot and blood splatters everywhere. When you get a chance you run to another room. Miss, and the zombies eat you.

The graphics are great, the game engine 3D but it's a zombie game. And as zombie shootouts go, it's as good as any others. Good graphics, decent targeting, somewhat slow navigation.

Here are some games worth playing if you don't like zombie bloodfests:

Zombirds: The zombies are turkeys and geese and a little bit harder to hit, especially since you have to shoot with arrows. Skew several at once and you score more points. Gorgeous cartoon graphics.

Where's My Perry?: Pretty much a knock off of Where's My Water, with a secret agent hero. This is a great puzzle game requiring you to dig water routes through sand. I love the sixties electric guitar soundtrack.

Band Together: These are the cutest puzzle game characters I've seen in a long time. The key is to maneuver entire groups of bandies past killer machines built from rubber bands and dangerous desk drawer items like push pins and thumb tacks. Since you have to manage multiple characters from several spots into one location, the puzzles are more demanding than most.

Band Together is a first rate app with great graphics, challenging puzzles and a lot of humor.

These are all best buys.

Jenny Manytoes rates Dead Trigger

Jenny Manytoes would make biscuits all over Zombirds, Where's My Perry and Band Together. Dead Trigger gets a nap, but it's only a dollar and a must have for dedicated zombie hunters.

The Jenny Manytoes Rating System


Jenny Manytoes, our polydactyl cat
  • When Jenny makes biscuits on a product she thinks she's in heaven.
  • When Jenny purrs over a product she's very happy.
  • When Jenny naps next to a product it's okay with her.
  • When Jenny bunches her tail she can live with a product, but she has higher expectations.
  • When Jenny leaves it in the litter box….I don't think I need to explain this one.
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About Phillip T Stephens

Phillip T. Stephens disappeared into the Bermuda Triangle twenty years before he was born, creating a time travel paradox so confusing it remains unspoken between physicists and sci-fi writers to this day. Follow @stephens_pt
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