‘The Walking Dead No Man’s Land’ adds PvP mode

‘The Walking Dead No Man’s Land’ adds PvP mode

Mar 3, 2016

The Walking Dead No Man’s Land, the official app of the hit AMC TV show that the game derives its name from, has just added a PvP option to its gameplay.

Per its Google Play page:

PVP! – attack other players’ Outposts and defend your own. Send your elite survivors to raid resources from others; bolster your own defense with captured walkers.
The stakes are higher than ever, will your group emerge as the strongest?
• New PVP feature: Outposts.
• Raid other players’ Outposts for valuable resources
• Walker Pit – unleash bloodthirsty walkers upon your enemies
• New resource: Trade Goods
• Collect Trade Goods from Challenges and Outposts

The game is available for free (with in-app purchases) on Google Play.

The Walking Dead: No Man’s Land Due Out on Android this Month

The Walking Dead: No Man’s Land Due Out on Android this Month

Oct 22, 2015

The Walking Dead: No Man’s Land, the official game based on The Walking Dead TV seroies on AMC, is due out on Android later this month.

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.

The game is due out on October 29th; folks can pre-register on the game’s Google Play page.

“The Cost of Doing Business” Won’t Go “Breaking” the Bank, As It Isn’t “Bad”

“The Cost of Doing Business” Won’t Go “Breaking” the Bank, As It Isn’t “Bad”

Sep 16, 2011

Breaking Bad, the best drama on television, is making its way to Android users in two different forms. First, the first three seasons of the show are now on Netflix, which was added around when all Froyo and Gingerbread users got access to the service. Second, the web game “The Cost of Doing Business” is now available for Android. This interactive graphic novel has players playing as Jesse Pinkman, trying to get his money back from a man who stole it, and interacting with various characters from the show, including everyone’s favorite lawyer, Saul Goodman. The game resorts to largely being a choose-your-own-adventure type game, where making choices makes more money. Note that the game requires Adobe Air in order to play, and quitting or switching out of the app abandons all progress. The game doesn’t appear to be that long, but this is still a hindrance. The game is formatted for Honeycomb tablets as well. While it’s not the most heavy-duty experience, it’s still another way to get a Breaking Bad fix on Android, and is available now for free from the Android Market.