Original Post (Oct. 24) – Nobody said a zombie apocalypse would be fair, but we are still upset that The Walking Dead: No Man’s Land hit iOS before coming to Android, a couple weeks ago. Like zombies, we have been starving for our own piece of the action since then, but the wait is soon to be over.
We have just received word that The Walking Dead: No Man’s Land is hitting the Google Play Store come October 29th (next Thursday). The game is free to download from the Apple App Store, so we can assume Android users will get the same kind of love.
For those who have been hiding away in some dark warehouse, The Walking Dead: No Man’s Land is an official title Next Games and AMC worked on to bring a different experience to mobile gamers. It’s nothing like the Telltale series, so be prepared for a different approach. In fact, this title offers turn-based combat and character progression, making it more similar to an RPG.
The goal is to survive and build your own safe haven after escaping from Terminus. Players have access to 6 classes and plenty of characters to choose from. Like in the show, each of them will have unique abilities and skills, which will truly engulf you into the idea of making the right choices to stay alive.
To make matters even better, the game is guided and voiced by Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus), one of the most popular fan favorites of the acclaimed zombie-packed TV series. And there will also be exclusive content you haven’t encountered elsewhere.
“Guided by fan-favorite character Daryl Dixon, voiced in-game by TV show actor Norman Reedus, The Walking Dead: No Man’s Land delivers gripping turn-based combat, engaging character progression, and exclusive content from season six of “The Walking Dead.” Beginning with an escape from the grim Terminus train yard, players must fight walkers and build up their own safe haven to survive. The game features six classes and multiple unique characters, each with different abilities and strengths.”
Interested? I know I am. I am not a huge fan of the fast-paced The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct, but I would also like it if the Telltale games had a bit more of a kick to keep us on our toes. I believe No Man’s Land is something in between both worlds; a balance that just might keep you walking… alive.
Be ready for next Thursday. Who’s downloading?