Zombies Ate My Friends Cheats And Tips
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Zombies Ate My Friends combines a fun gameplay system with a humorous approach that works for players of all skill levels. However, you'll need to know a thing or two if you want to survive the horde in style.
That said, here are some tips to help you survive.
-You'll have access to a wide assortment of weapons throughout Zombies Ate My Friends, but you'll want to make sure you use them properly. Save the heavier weapons for enemies that can take a lot more damage in the game, such as bosses or characters with strength over 200. When you battle a lower end zombie under that energy level, smaller weapons like a wood plank or baseball bat work just fine, even if you lose a little health in the process.
-You may think scavenging is a waste of time, but it isn't. Seek out the green highlighted items scattered throughout each stage and tap these objects to conduct a quick search. It only takes a second to complete, the search, and you'll earn extra experience points, cash and other items as a result. Who knows, you might also get a cool weapon - like a zombie arm.
-Use stamina wisely. You'll see just how much energy you have with the blue "charge" bar at the top of the screen. Once that drops below 10, an ally will notify you that you're about to run out. At first, Violet, one of your friends, will supply you with enough gold skulls to buy more and stay in the fight. Past that, however, you're on your own, so keep an eye on it to make sure you don't run out.
-You may be tempted to use a dose of resurrection serum, but keep in mind you'll need to buy more once you're out, costing either precious in-game currency or real money, depending on your stock. You're better off fleeing the battle, recuperating your strength at a safe house and then heading back.
-Save your gold skulls and other in-game currency for weapons you really want. At first, you might find yourself tempted by a cool little weapon that catches your eye - like a wood plank - but something better is always available if you dig deeper. Sometimes it pays to hold off and not give in to impulse buys.
-Secondary quests may seem pointless at first, but they serve a great benefit, such as opening up another safe house or giving you access to more cash and XP, as well as special items and weapons. Don't be afraid to go off the beaten path and explore a little. The world won't end, despite the situation.