Dead Trigger 2 brings back rootin’-tootin’ first-person-shootin’ to the zombie apocalypse. Despite the altogether realistic visuals, Dead Trigger 2 remains chock-full of tongue-in-cheek humor. Controls now use a fast and natural auto-fire mechanism which keeps the focus on moving and aiming. More notably, there’s a robust hideout and crafting system where you get various assistants to build stuff for you, though it takes time. There is a premium currency in place, but it’s used almost exclusively to speed up building times; all weapons can be created and upgraded using the currency you earn throughout gameplay. Regular events bring players to new parts of the world, with collective rewards if goals are met.
Arenas challenge players to last as long as possible as waves upon waves come crashing against your defenses. Repair doorways as quickly as possible and employ traps to stay alive. MFi hardware controllers are supported for those that are used to playing their shooters in a more traditional way.
If you’re looking for a high-quality shooter on iPhone and iPad, you’ll have a hard time finding something better than Dead Trigger 2.