The Walking Dead might’ve been a hit comic sensation, but the world didn’t go completely ballistic over zombies until the tv series aired. Long before that, an iOS shooter made shooting zombies and zombie like creatures… fun!
“You must help JOHN GORE fight his way through sunny lakes, graveyards and freezing plains into a stormy forest where the legendary METUSALEM has brought to life murderous chefs, giant lumberjacks, killer penguins, a single moose, three hundred rabbits and the entire undead army of the COSSACK GENERAL.”
There’s not a lot to say on presentation for Minigore 2 other than this: play with the audio on. The developers threw in some funny lines for your characters, and it’s worth a listen. Other than that, there’s not much to report. The game still looks good, not that it ever looked bad. Minigore 2 support the longer screen on the iPhone 5, so that’s lovely. And yes, it runs smoothly.
One thing that Minigore 2 keeps, is the controls. And you can’t blame the developers, don’t fix what ain’t broke. Theres still the left thumb stick for walking, and a right thumb stick for shooting. If you’re not into doing the aiming itself, you can turn on the auto-aim option, and the right thumb stick will be replaced by a simple button instead. The moral of the story: Minigore still has the best controls of dual stick shooters on the platform.
In Minigore 2, things are mostly broken down. Starting off with the arsenal of weapons. Although it’s a big selection, it’s also very random. Once you step into a level, the weapons randomly spawns the weapons, and you can go around picking them up. You’ll then use that weapon until you run out of ammo. There is one thing you can do though: upgrade. Whenever you play a game,you pick up gold. The gold can than be used in the purchase new levels, characters, weapons, and yes, upgrade weapons.
As for levels, Minigore 2 is broken up into seven different levels, although they all consist of the same basics. Each level has a boss, which will appear randomly as you progress through the level. When you finally kill the boss, the level ends. If you die before you win, you just try again.
With Minigore 2 you get what you’ve come to expect from Minigore, and more. Unlockable weapons, characters, and items will keep the game fresh, while the idea behind the gameplay is just as fun as it was in the original. There’s literally no reason not to buy the game.