Auxbrain Inc have put in a lot of efforts in the past few months to deliver the thing most of us have been waiting for: porting the iOS hit Zombie Highway on Android. And it’s not just a very good port, it’s much more than that! Read on to find out why.
Zombie Highway is a fast-paced game where the main goal is to travel as far as possible without crashing your vehicle into obstacles or having the zombies turning it upside-down. It’s a really fun game: once you start playing it, you won’t stop so easily. Yes, it’s that good.
It’s clear that the Android version of Zombie Highway carries the same successful formula as its older iOS sibling, but the user interface has been completely redesigned. It’s much simpler now, without the numerous menus and sub-menus getting in your way.
We like the clean look and straight-to-the-point conception, which is one of the key features of the game. Selecting a stage has never been easier: with just the tap of a button, all of the choices are presented and as a stage is selected, the environment changes in real-time, which is a very interesting effect indeed. The same can be said for choosing different vehicles and weapons.
There’s a big variety of stages. You basically get all of the stages that are currently offered on the iOS version and some extra ones. Each stage brings its own challenges, whether it’s the case with the visibility or the weapon limits.