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Free-to-play online shooter Deadzone by Madfinger Games could be released very soon

by: Joe HindySeptember 27, 2012
Madfinger Games first gave a demo for Deadzone at CES 2012. It's a free-to-play online shooter that, when it is eventually released, could bring a whole new demographic of gamers to Madfinger Games. With a solid catalog that includes Dead Trigger and Shadowgun, Deadzone could be a great release.
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Dead Trigger version 1.5.0 out on Google Play, paying customers compensated

by: Bams SadewoAugust 17, 2012
Just when you thought it’s safe to roam the street once more, Madfinger has unleashed an update of its dead popular (tee-hee) Zombie-themed FPS game, Dead Trigger. Aside from the usual bug fixes and gameplay improvement, the updated Dead Trigger also introduces new arenas to play in, new stories, and some new items.
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Dead Trigger buyers will get special surprise, Madfinger Games says

by: Chris SmithJuly 28, 2012

Dead Trigger was recently updated and soon after that Madfinger Games decided to offer the game free of charge in the Google Play store, instead of keeping the $0.99 price in place.

Then the developer revealed that due to the high piracy rate, it made the game free of charge on Android, a move that prompted one other app developer to explain why devs would rather choose iOS as the first platform to create mobile apps on – the reason is again piracy in the Android ecosystem.

At the same time, gamers that purchased the game, may have felt strange to hear that the game they paid a dollar for is now free.

With all that in mind, you [...]

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Dead Trigger is free because of “unbelievably high” piracy rate in the Android ecosystem

by: Chris SmithJuly 23, 2012


Dead Trigger, a popular zombie-killing game made by Madfinger Games (the creators of Shadowgun), has been recently updated to offer more interesting content, but it also made available as a free download from the Google Play store. The game used to cost just $0.99, but the company decided to make it available free of charge to interested gamers.

The reason for such generosity? Simply put, “unbelievably high” piracy of the game, even if it only used to cost a dollar to buy. The statement comes straight from the game maker, which posted it on its Facebook page to explain the change in pricing for the Android version of the game – the iOS [...]

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More good news, for zombie fans! Dead Trigger is now a free download on Google Play

by: Bams SadewoJuly 21, 2012

Just earlier today we reported on the Dead Trigger update. For those who were a little miffed about spending a buck on Google Play Store for it, even though it’s definitely worth the admission ticket, Madfinger Games has some good news to share.

The first-person Zombie shooter game Dead Trigger can now be downloaded for free. This means no more dealing with shady copies online, which we would never recommend in the first place, and you can start blasting off those pesky zombies at no cost at all – except their blown up torsos.

Just because Dead Trigger is a free download it doesn’t mean that the developer has skimped on the features. It does feature in-app [...]

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Madfinger Games’ Dead Trigger for Android receives major update

by: Ankit BanerjeeJuly 21, 2012

Dead Trigger, by Madfinger Games, is one of the top games available on the Google Play Store and with good reason. The zombie-themed FPS (first person shooter) boasts amazing graphics, full 3D characters and environments, and high quality audio and soundtrack, which is frankly quite scary. There is also a Tegra 3 optimized version available which introduces even more features and graphic enhancements.

With numerous “zombie slaughter” weapons and a full mission-based storyline, the gameplay can go on for up to 40 hours. But if you’re getting bored already, although there’s no reason why you would be,  the latest update for Dead Trigger should [...]

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Dead Trigger zombie FPS is now available in Google Play and TegraZone for just $0.99

by: AdrianJuly 4, 2012

If you’ve ever had that inexplicable feeling that the zombie apocalypse is getting near and the world’s only chance for survival might come down to you and your ability to slay the undead, I have to painfully inform you that you’re completely out of your mind.

Thankfully, all of history’s brilliant minds were considered at some point crazy, so you shouldn’t sweat it. Instead, try to find out something entertaining and challenging enough to keep you busy until your zombie-killing services will be needed to preserve our society as we know it.

And if you have trouble finding out something to fit that description, the guys at Madfinger Games may be able to lend you [...]

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Zombie-themed FPS Dead Trigger to be released for Android on July 2

by: AdrianJune 30, 2012

“When the dead are not dead, you have to be deadly.” That’s the premise of the new Dead Trigger first-person shooter game which will be released for Android in less than 48 hours. As far as I’m concerned, it says it all about the loads of fun the game will probably provide.

Coming from Madfinger Games, the studio that brought us the hugely successful ShadowGun, Dead Trigger will be made available in Google Play on July 2, for just $0.99. That’ll be an unbelievably small price to pay for what looks like a visually stunning and action-packed game, so, if I were you, I’d watch this link very closely come July 2.

Dead Trigger will come with full 3D characters and [...]

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NVIDIA intros five cool games at E3: Dead Trigger, Puddle THD, Demons’ Score, Bounty Arms, and Heroes Call

by: Bams SadewoJune 6, 2012

Been looking for some adrenaline-pumping games on your Tegra 3-equipped Android phones and tablets? Get a hold of these FIVE new games that are guaranteed to make that 4-PLUS- 1 quad core processing power run to the max. The five new offerings, showcased at the E3 2012 conference nu Nvidia, are Dead Trigger, Puddle THD, Demons’ Score THD, Bounty Arms, and Heroes Call.

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We’ve covered Dead Triggerbefore and told you why we’re excited about the first-person Zombie shooting game. The game pits yourself against hordes of zombies as you fight for your survival. Aside from the impressive list of arsenals, the enhanced Tegra 3 version comes with exclusive effects like [...]

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Dead Trigger, first-person zombie shooting at its finest, is coming out in June

by: Bams SadewoJune 2, 2012

Want to survive the looming Zombie apocalypse? Future professional zombie hunters can now practice the skills of eradicating the undead on their Android devices, with the upcoming first-person shooter game, the Dead Trigger. Developed by the same team that brought you the blockbuster action game Shadowgun THD, we can expect the same high level visual quality and immersive gameplay.

Dead Trigger puts gamers in a world where a strange infection has brought civilization to a halt, with billions of people dead and many turned into zombies. As one of the few remaining survivors, shooting and blasting those bad boys is the only way to stop becoming an entrée for the hordes [...]

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