Deadman's Cross Cheats And Tips For iPhone And iPad
Square Enix's Deadman's Cross is a quirky yet enjoyable game that revolves around the zombie apocalypse. You'll spend a decent amount of time shooting deadites in a first-person shooter style environment, then employ them in a series of card battles while completing jobs and gaining experience.
Here are some tips that will help you out in Deadman's Cross.
How do I build an ideal card deck in Deadman's Cross?
The first thing you'll need to do is go on a Hunt. This puts you in a mini first-person shooting game where you track zombies using indicator arrows in your scope. Just track them down and shoot them, and you'll add a card to your collection for each one you pick off.
It's always good to go on hunts when you can to boost your deck, but just keep in mind you only receive roughly a minute of play time. Make your shots quick and precise.
How do I go on jobs in Deadman's Cross?
Visit the job board, which is located in the local bar. The requirements and goals will be listed with each job you take on, and you'll be able to hop right in.
However, keep a couple of things in mind with a job. First, there's some exploration involved, and it takes a bit of stamina to get through a level. Thankfully, you can boost rather easily by leveling up, which refills your bar automatically, or finding some food to give you a few extra points. Otherwise, you may need real in-game funds to refill your meter.
The second thing is that you'll run into some battles, so be sure to have your Deadmen deck lined up before getting into one. It helps to have a strong character card, like the Colonel, leading the pack. He'll assure you get through battles with ease, although some strong back-up characters won't hurt either.
Once you complete a job - collecting items like water or something along those lines - return to the bar to claim your reward, ranging from in-game items to a special permit that grants you the ability to go on more hunts.
How do battles work in Deadman's Cross?
Battles work automatically. You can enter a battle either by encountering a zombie on a mission, or taking part in a fight with someone in the Boneyard.
The Boneyard is a terrific way to practice your tactics with your deck, as you can take on fellow players through PvP, as well as practice opponents. These battles will help show where your weaknesses lie, and how you can improve.
Don't worry about losing certain cards. Energy for each of your Deadmen fills right back up for each battle, so they'll be ready to go, even in back-to-back encounters.
How do I maintain my deck of dead men in Deadman's Cross?
There are two ways you can improve a zombie's performance. The first is by feeding it weaker cards to enhance its strength, such as zombie baby chicks. (Relax, you aren't doing them any harm.) It helps to boost the strongest card in your deck first, such as the Colonel, to assure you keep a sharp lead in battles.
The second is boost, and this provides players in your deck with additional strengths, such as speed or agility. It helps to keep them balanced along with the main card, just so you stand a chance when it comes to tougher battles.
If you're stuck on deciding what cards are best when it comes to fighting, be sure to check out the "Suggest" option. There are some great ideas in terms of team building there.
How do clans work in Deadman's Cross?
Clans allow you to join up with allies - including friends via PvP - to take on tougher clan jobs. It helps to have a good group on hand when entering these, as enemies can be dangerous. Fortunately, you'll reap plenty of rewards, including experience for your character, which can open up more Hunts and Jobs.
What is the Zom-B system in Deadman's Cross?
The Zom-B screen tracks your overall progress, including level, reputation, Boneyard rank and other options. You can also check messages you receive in the game, along with gifts that you can add to your inventory and other configuration options.
Do I need to buy anything in Deadman's Cross?
Most of the game has a good reliance on free-to-play tactics, though if you want some of the better cards in the game, you'll need to invest in some Deadman's coins. You can earn a few over the course of the game, or you can buy them in the app, ranging from $0.99 for 100 to 5400 for $49.99.
You can also pay for a quick refill in the game using said coins, although it fills up over time. It's best just to wait it out.
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