Military forces have quarantined an outbreak of zombies in a high school, but the problem is that you are now trapped inside! This is Corridor Z, a straightforward endless runner with a zombie theme and great gameplay. Making it out of the school is the main goal of the game, and you have to run from one room to another, each time trying to get away from the horde of zombies in the hallways. The game has incredible animations, the controls are responsive and innovative, and best of all, playing this game is extremely satisfying. Best of all, this endless runner is not so "endless" and is actually quite a fun experience to play to the very end.
There is no doubt that Capcom's Resident Evil series of games is one of the longest running survival horror titles ever -it did start the genre after all. And yes, gaming has been around for so long that there are now plenty of gamers who never got to start with original Gamecube release of this classic prequel. So here we are with an HD remaster of Resident Evil Zero. It certainly looks amazing, and the gameplay looks tight, but how well does it really hold up in today's era of gaming?
Horror comes for you in portable form with these amazingly scary games. From long drawn out suspense to shocking jump scares, these horror mobile games will give you all new different ways to describe the word fright. If you have a faint heart, you might want to just stick the simpler titles on this list. On the other hand, those of you who are brave enough should know that some of these games would warrant the logic of having spare drawers on hand. From fast paced zombie action to slow and tension-filled scares, here are some of the best horror games for mobile devices.
In Walking Dead: No Man's Land, players find themselves rescued by Daryl from Terminus. Together, they gather other survivors and find a way to survive against the vast hordes of walkers around them. This game presents combat in an impressive turn based tactical system inspired by X-Com and Syndicate, which means that winning is not simply a matter of having better firepower, but more on being able to utilize the right skills at the right time. Tactics plays a big role in this game and players would do well to remember that they should never, ever underestimate the dangerous threat that undead pose.
Sharks are scary, that's a fact. Even with all the statistics about shark attacks on humans, the number of safety recautions that can be taken, and all the other logical things about seafaring -a shark just instills fear in however sees it. This fear is outright instinctive, and Depth plays heavily on that as it puts you in the deep, murky depths in search of treasure while knowing that somewhere out there is a very intelligent shark that is just waiting for the perfect time to gobble you up. And by intelligent, we are not talking about a computer simulated behaviors that mimic the wild instincts of sharks -but the cunning and deliberate deviousness of a human player. This is Depth - where you never know if you will be the shark or the prey.
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