Pretty Good Game, Needs Some Improvement Game is fun to play and has gotten questions from friends watching me play. However twice now when I got just past the fifth barrier the game freezes, making me lose my coins and achievements obtained in the run. Also it would be nice to buy or otherwise give preferences to each mutation. I'm not much of a "Swag" or "Puker" fan myself.
Grew up playing 5/5 Always played this online before it was an app. You guys done a great job. Challenges are the best on here easy to pass and upgrade keeps you wanting to always come back. Really hoping this saga continues. Love to see it as it's own known game. Graphics and gameplay amazing. No problem likely crashes or freezing.
The low score is for the way the game seems to universally freeze after the fifth barrier. How do we fix this? Will re-rate if the game can be fixed or an explanation is given. OTHERWISE, the game is a ton of fun. Armor games gets how to appeal to the players addictive tendencies, and always has a really satisfying set of options to customize the way you play.
Decent Runner Pretty decent little run game, there's only one level and you mutate by picking up canisters that turn you into other zombies (only 2 of three is actually desirable). It's fun running and leveling up getting better and better, but it needs something to mix it up though. That said, great free game, and I usually don't like runners.
Just another running game This isn't as good as it's original root game. It's basically a running game and from what I read, your lover zombie never reaches her. I leveled up almost everything and it only got boring. Would be better if there was an ending. Or bonus features.
Good game, lacking balance Infectonator: Hot Chase is very entertaining and is decent game of the run'n'upgrade genre, but there's one big issue with it: balance of the mutations (collectible boosts). Some of them like Brute or Bolt are very powerful, even without upgrades, while others are almost useless. Worst part is that in later stages many of them die after one shot, which makes collectibles (which sometimes require significant health sacrifices) meaningless.