Jun 01 AT 5:51 PM Taylor Wimberly 15 Comments

MadFinger Game’s new zombie shooter Dead Trigger coming to Android in June

dead-trigger-promo-630

Today MadFinger Games, creators of the hit shooter Shadowgun, revealed their next title for Android. Dead Trigger is an action-packed first person zombie shooter set in the present where the world has collapsed and modern civilization is coming to its end.

Millions of people have turned into zombies and it’s your job to figure out how to stop the beasts. Players will smash hordes of bloodthirsty zombies, search for supplies, save other survivors, and explore the city to uncover the truth.

Expect tons of gore as players will be able to shoot away zombie’s heads, chop off their limbs, and kill them with creativity using a number of gadgets including a laser amputator, blade chopper, baits, mines, grenades, radar, and more.

MadFinger Games says Dead Trigger will be out by the end of June on iOS, Android, and a special version for TegraZone. The Tegra 3 version will feature exclusive effects like ragdoll physics, volumetric fog, specular lighting, and enhanced fluid and water.

After the game is released, MadFinger will continue to support it with free updates that include new missions, weapons, gadgets, characters, and more.

Shadowgun was one of my all-time favorite shooters on Android, so I’m excited to see what MadFinger delivers this time around. It appears they will offer the same stunning graphics, but this time around they really beefed up the characters, environments, animations, and story lines.

Check out the teaser videos below to see actual game footage and hit up the source link for additional information.

screen_deadtrigger_01 screen_deadtrigger_02 screen_deadtrigger_03 screen_deadtrigger_04 screen_deadtrigger_05 screen_deadtrigger_06 dead-trigger-promo-630

Via: NVIDIA Blog

Source: MadFinger Games

Taylor is the founder of Android and Me. He resides in Dallas and carries the Samsung Galaxy S 4 and HTC One as his daily devices. Ask him a question on Twitter or Google+ and he is likely to respond. | Ethics statement

    Most Tweeted This Week