Last Day on Earth is a third-person MMORPG where players take control one of the few survivors during a massive zombie apocalypse. At first your only goal is to just survive. But, as you make your way deeper into this new world where only the strongest survive, you'll inevitably adapt and aim even higher. Although it is an online game, you can still interact with other players (and even fight against them). But in its own way, Last Day on Earth manages to perfectly transmit that deep feeling of absolute solitude so common to the post-apocalyptic world. You're almost always completely alone, and are surrounded by other animals to hunt. As well as a bunch of zombies, which you'll have to kill. One of the most important aspects of Last Day on Earth is to collect resources and create all kinds of objects. From nature you'll obtain wood, hemp, stone, minerals, meat, vegetables, and more. With these elements you build anything you want from a house to a work table, or even grown your own orchard. Find screws, plastic, circuitry to build and use firearms, explosives and other modern elements. In the area where we start we will build our house and we will have our 'base of operations'. If we ever 'die', we will return here. Now the world of Last Day on Earth is huge and full of secrets. Not only can you visit other players' areas, but you can also check out military bases, airplane crashes, forests, and many other interesting locations. Last Day on Earth is the perfect MMORPG to enjoy without interacting too much with other players. The game has hundreds of locations and objects, a fun and very complete crafting system and a brutal visual section. Outstanding.
The top 10 survival games you'll find on Android In the past few years, survival games have been picking up speed in terms of popularity in the world of videogames. This subgenre has always existed in one form or another, although in recent times, we've seen it become much more popular thanks to one of the most important titles in history: Minecraft. The title created by Markus Persson "Notch" clearly defined what works in these types of games: an open world, a game experience without final objectives and crafting as a way of life. We can enjoy these features to a greater or lesser extent in these 10 great survival games for Android. As always we're trying to offer variety on the list, so we've left out the different Battle Royale games that are plaguing mobile devices and that we've probably already talked enough about. Read more
Grim Soul is like Last Day on Earth, but with a dark fantasy twist Last Day on Earth is one of the most successful Android games of all times thanks to how it expertly combines exploration, crafting, and action. As to be expected, it hasn't taken long for other titles to start popping up that replicate its successful formula. From Jurassic worlds, to sexy anime fantasies, there's an unlimited number of clones on the market. However, we're going to talk about one in particular today: Grim Soul: Dark Fantasy Survival, which takes the gameplay from Kefir's hit game and combines it with a dark fantasy atmosphere that fits like a glove. Read more
The best Android games of 2017 This year we've decided to take our 2017 retrospective a step further by selecting ten essential best of genre games on Android. This is the start of the Uptodown Game Awards, and these are our ten candidates. In a few weeks we'll announce the three winners, whose creators will each receive a special prize that we'll unveil very soon. Read more
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