Zombies Ate My Friends Tips And Strategies
Get the most from spending gold skulls and acquiring items.
As you can see from our review, Glu Games' Zombies Ate My Friends is an entertaining and humorous action game set during the zombie apocalypse. We also provided some helpful cheats and tips to keep you out of trouble.
However, there's more to Zombies Ate My Friends than our previous article covered, so we're back with even more advice to get you through the game. Grab those Golden Skulls and get ready for a zombie war.
-With weapons, the more you invest, the better your arsenal will be. You'll want to use both cash and Golden Skulls - the two forms of spending in the game - to open up new areas in your pouch to store more weapons. Once you've got enough slots open, invest in the higher-grade melee weapons and guns, including the assault rifles, the buzz saw and the sword. They'll do more damage and last longer than your basic weapons, like the wood plank, which eventually breaks.
-You'll need to level up to use certain weapons. That buzz saw and sword, for example, require that you're at least level 9. Fortunately, you'll level up quickly, as experience points are available just about everywhere. Zombies drop it when killed, and you can also find it through scavenging. Keep an eye on your XP meter at the top of the screen to see where your energy level is. Once you're at a particular level, have fun shopping.
-When it comes to using currency in Zombies Ate My Friends, Skulls are especially rare, as they don't drop nearly as often as dollars. They're also more valuable, as you can trade in a few skulls instead of a whopping amount of cash for specific items. Violet will give you some in the first stage when you run low on energy, but you won't see too many opportunities after that to clean up.
-Since Zombies Ate My Friends is free-to-play, you may be tempted to use real money in order to acquire certain items, through buying cash or Golden Skulls. Don't bother purchasing the cash, since it drops quite often. Instead, invest in Skulls. They're worth more, and make it easier to access the better weapons in the game.
-Skulls range from 100 for $4.99 to 3,000 for $99.99. Before you make the purchase, though, visit the "Get Free Skulls" option, where you'll find various promotional offers that will automatically add them to your account. Some are as simple as watching videos, while others require completing actions for promotional partners, such as trying a hotel-searching website and FreeCreditScore.com for seven days. It'll save you a few bucks and you just might find a good deal or two in the process. The same goes for "Get Free Cash," in case you're seeking extra dollars. Look for the option in the purchase menu.