How to play Into the Dead game?

Into the Dead is not your usual zombie game as it is structured as an action game of survival with a taste of the Endless Runner appeal. Despite the seemingly odd platform, gameplay is pretty simple and straightforward. Gameplay is quick to begin as players are immediately brought in the “battlefield” as soon as the game launches. Players are thrown into a field of hungry zombies desperate for a meal. What players have to do to survive will be to avoid the zombies along the way—either by swinging left and right or by shooting the zombies right on the head.

As players go through the game, they will be guided with Mission Sets which offer players bite-size goals to help the players get familiar with the controls and the gameplay. Examples of the goals set in every mission set would mostly be about running a certain distance or perhaps killing a certain number of zombies.


As the player’s level increase so does each of the goal’s difficulty. If there would be times that a player may feel that a goal may be too difficult, then they may choose to “Skip” the goal by paying up Coins.

(Gold) Coin is the game’s primary currency. In the beginning, players are awarded with only a measly amount of Gold Coins. The amount can increase after every run since a Coin is paid to the player for every time the player gets to kill a zombie. Once the player has enough coins, he or she may purchase additional Weapons, Perks (boosters for every level), and even their own set of zombies.


The main premise of the game lies heavily on the avoidance of zombies. So to be successful in that, players must master the controls and find out which of the four type of controls are the best for their play.
There are four types of controls available:

1. Tilt – wherein players may simply tilt their phone to move left and right and avoid the zombies.

2. Touch – wherein the players will tap either on the left or right side of the screen and then tap in the middle to “fire”.

3. Thumbstick – here players will move left and right by swiping the left portion of the screen while they will tap on the right side of the screen to “fire”.

4. Thumbstick Mirrored – this is the type of controls that will allow moving left to right by swiping on the right side of the screen and then tapping on the left side of the screen to “fire”.

A simple Endless Legend guide for beginners

eXplore, eXpand, eXploit and eXterminate in the land of Auria!In Endless Legend the player takes on the role of one of the races that dwell in Auriga, which thanks to the power of money, war and diplomacy intends to seize control over the entire land.

In Endless Legend the player takes on the role of one of the races that dwell in Auriga, which thanks to the power of money, war and diplomacy intends to seize control over the entire land. The game includes many complex and well hidden mechanisms, and learning all of the relationships takes lots of time. The below guide is intended for both the players, for whom it is the first encounter with a 4X strategy and for the veterans of the genre.

In this guide for Endless Legend, you will find information on:

The basic game mechanisms and victory conditions;


The role of strategic and luxury goods;
The upsides and downsides of each of the factions;
management of cities and selection of heroes;
Main and side quests;
Army formation and conducting of battles;
Research, commerce and diplomacy;
Hints included in this guide concern refer to playing at the Normal difficulty level and Normal pace of game. Some of the hints become useless with different settings.
The guide has been prepared for version 0.5.18 of the game.

Endless Legend Video Game

genre: Strategy
developer: Amplitude Studios
publisher: Iceberg Interactive
platform: PC
Endless Legend is a fantasy turn-based type 4X strategy. It was produced by Amplitude studio which achieved a success in production of Endless Space.
The action takes place in a magical land – Auria. In the distant past, there was a disaster that wiped out the civilizations from the planet. Now, there are signs that the apocalypse is able to happen again, because in few last years, every winter is getting worse and worse than the previous one.
The character is a sovereign of a small town, and the players’ task is to transform a modest community in a real empire. It is obvious, that it requires constructing new buildings, setting up additional towns, taking care of the economy and conducting researches on the technology development. All the actions should be balanced properly, to provide the inhabitants food and a roof over their heads on the one hand and still have funds for investment and development of our country on the other hand.
Sooner or later, this expansion leads to conflict with other nations. The authors have developed a turn-based system of battles, which takes place on three-dimensional maps covered with hexagonal mesh. The battles are conducted using simple interface that hides a lot of tactical depth layers. The key role plays such elements like using the land or the formation. The creators have not forgotten about the players who prefer more peaceful methods of development – the success can also be achieved using pacifist methods.
The game is enriched in RPG elements. During the game, the characters regularly take part in different adventures where they can discover the secrets of lost civilizations and return home with magical artifacts. What is more, every success – both in the expeditions or battles provides experience points that can help develop the skills of heroes.

‘Asphalt 8: Airborne’ Guide: How to Spend as Little Real Money as Possible

As you may have figured out from our review, we’re really digging Gameloft’s Asphalt 8: Airborne [Free] and whole heartedly recommend it for anyone looking for an awesome arcade racing experience.

With that said, one look at the game’s extensive IAP list and some folks may be hesitant to take the plunge. Thus, the purpose of this guide is to provide some explanation as to what types of IAP are offered in Asphalt 8, whether they’re required to adequately enjoy the game, as well as tips to help folks avoid having to shell out any cash, or, if you must spend something, the most efficient ways to pick up the IAP.

Is IAP Necessary to Beat the Game?

In a word, no. There are no true pay walls, timers or anything of that sort that would raise a red flag regarding whether IAP is essential.

Asphalt 8’s IAP structure is based on either purchasing ‘car packs,’ which instantly unlock groups of cars that you would otherwise have to use in-game currency to pay for, or purchasing currency outright, allowing you the freedom to buy the cars and upgrades you want without necessarily needing to play and grind on maps.


The game also doesn’t feature a dual currency system, meaning the only currency you can buy is the type that is doled out after completing courses and earning stars. It’s relatively straightforward and fair, for the most part.

Tips for Novices

If you fall in the last group I just mentioned, things may be bleak, but there’s always room for improvement, especially when it comes to driving games. Before you run off and start buying the best cars and tons of cash to pimp your vehicles out, make sure you pay heed to these tips to help improve your skill set.

Find Your Control Scheme – Asphalt 8 defaults to a tilt-to-steer control scheme, which I love. However, if you’re not a big fan of accelerometer based driving, there are plenty of other options, including some without auto-acceleration and virtual buttons to control steering. I highly recommend checking them all out to make sure that you have the best one for you. A comfortable control scheme is the foundation for succeeding in a racing game.

Nitro is Everything – While racing in Asphalt 8, the one thing that should always be in the back of your mind is nitro. You should be thinking about ways to earn it, strategic parts of the track to use it, and you should master the timing behind getting a ‘perfect’ nitro boost. It not only allows you to speed past the opposition, but it gives you an easy way to take out opposing racers. So, while racing, if you can put yourself in a position to earn some extra nitro, go for it. Speaking of that…

Master the Drift – One of the best ways to earn a steady supply of nitro is to drift during curves. Drifting is as easy as tapping the break button, which starts the drift (a quick tap will end drift mode). While drifting, you can not only preserve speed during a curve, but you also earn nitro, which, as we mention above, is quite important.

Don’t Wreck! – Unfortunately, just as you can put your opponents out of commission, the same can be true for your car. Careen headfirst into a wall or crash into an oncoming big rig and you’ll wreck, taking you out of the race for precious seconds. If you haven’t built up a big lead, this also means that you’ll probably fall far behind. Thus, try to do everything in your power not to wreck. Memorize complicated turns, pay attention to oncoming traffic (they usually blink their lights as they come towards you) and try not to hit a ramp if you don’t know where you’ll land.

Explore, Explore, Explore! – This is probably one of the most important tips for playing Asphalt 8. Each map has LOADS of alternate routes, shortcuts and hidden passages. Some of them are shorter, longer, and the navigation difficulty varies. In order to ensure victory, you must master these routes and find the one that best fits your driving style while still ensuring you get an edge on the competition. The best way to do that is to simply play each one again and again while taking mental notes of where paths split and where the computer likes to go.