Earn to Die 2

Contains adsIn-app purchases
4.4
1.92M reviews
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Content rating
Teen
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About this game

Drive your car through a zombie apocalypse in this massive follow-up to the chart-topping hit Earn to Die!

An evacuation ship is waiting on the other side of the country. The only thing that stands in your way: city after city overrun by zombies . With only a run-down car and a small amount of cash you face a familiar situation... to drive through hordes of zombies in order to survive!

BRAND NEW STORY MODE
Earn to Die 2 introduces a massive new Story Mode, five times longer than its predecessor. The game departs its familiar desert setting and delves into the depths of cities infested by zombies.

MULTI-TIERED LEVELS:
Levels are now multi-tiered! Drive across decayed highway overpasses, via underground tunnels, or smash through epic zombie filled factories. Whichever path you choose to take, you won't be able to escape the zombie hordes - your only choice is to smash through them!

BUILD A ZOMBIE-SMASHING MACHINE
Unlock and upgrade 10 different vehicles, including a sports car, a fire truck, and even an ice-cream van. Each vehicle can be equipped with a range of upgrades, such as armored frames, roof-mounted guns, boosters and more. Those zombies will stand no chance.

DESTRUCTIBLE VEHICLES
Vehicles are now fully destructible. Hang on for your life as your vehicle gets smashed to smithereens if you aren't too careful.

MORE ZOMBIES. MORE DESTRUCTION. MORE MAYHEM.
What are you waiting for? That rescue ship isn't going to wait forever! Prepare yourself for a wild ride - and seriously, there is nothing like smashing through zombie-filled factories!

Earn to Die 2 is a bigger and better version of the original web series which includes Earn to Die 2012 and Earn to Die 2: Exodus.

Earn to Die 2 is free-to-play, however contains 3rd-party advertising and optional in-app purchases.
For more information on advertising, please see our Privacy Policy: http://www.notdoppler.com/earntodie2/privacypolicy.php


Required Permissions FAQ:
WRITE/READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE is required to load and display ads in game (Earn to Die 2 is an ad-supported game).
Updated on
Mar 3, 2022

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
This app may share these data types with third parties
Location and Device or other IDs
This app may collect these data types
Location, App activity and 2 others
Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted
4.4
1.92M reviews
Zachary Snell
July 8, 2022
Ok so I'm not sure what's happening, but the ads seem to increase as I progress. An ad would pop up after 3-4 runs, no biggie. But now it's after every run, and these ads have 3 screens to close most of the time. It's nuts, and the game is SO good. I played through it years ago before this insane ad culture whatever appeared. Such a bummer...
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A Google user
June 24, 2019
This has to be the most replayable game i've installed (& reinstalled). i played 1 & 2 in highschool 8 years ago and still occasionally play. The controls are accurate. Each time you go back in you can go through a different route, and can always improve your distance, with good strategy. This game always keeps me entertained and i would rate 6 stars if possible. And if i could beg the devs to make a third, i'd do it 100 times. Highly recommend!
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Concealed Hades
March 5, 2021
Games sorta fun. It gets a bit boring. After every 3 stopping points, you get a new car. Can't use the previous one so you're stuck with a slow, unupgraded car yet again. It's pretty much rinse and repeat. If you don't feel like playing, you get much more money watching adds than you would actually playing so if you want to get through the boring parts, do that.
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What's new

- Performance improvements
- Bug fixes