Into the Dead 2

Into the Dead 2 Review!

“Journey through the zombie apocalypse in a race to save your family. Arm yourself with an arsenal of powerful weapons and do whatever it takes to survive. Maim, mow down, and massacre the Dead – anything to keep moving! In a world where no one is safe, how far will you go to make it out alive?


Evolving story and multiple endings – complete 7 action-packed chapters, 60 stages, and hundreds of challenges

Powerful weapons and ammo perks – unlock and upgrade melee weapons, firearms, explosives, and more!

Varied gameplay – fire from military gun emplacements, slay the hordes from atop vehicles, stab them to stay alive, or risk going after them on foot

Multiple, immersive environments – discover different locations, from oil fields and military bases to campsites and rural farm communities

Ever-increasing zombie threats – adapt your tactics to annihilate different hordes, including armored and running zombies!

Daily and special event modes – prove your skills to win exclusive prizes

Loyal canine companions – fend off zombies and stay protected in the field”

Into the Dead 2 Links:

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Company: PikPok

Genre: Action

Rated: 17+

Offers in-app Purchases


The gameplay consists of killing all the zombies that get in your way!

I love zombie games. I think they’re really fun as opposed to regular shooting games, they add a little bit of creepiness and adrenaline to the gameplay. You’re in a zombie apocalypse and you’ve managed to go too far out where there are thousands of them swarming the place. It’s your job to run through them to get away and shoot them while you’re at it. Once you’re at the end of the level, it changes to a cut scene where you’re speaking to your wife through a walkie talkie.

As you get through the levels, you meet a stray dog that you decide to befriend. I called him Tootsie, because, why not? Tootsie helps with the levels as he runs in front of you and attacks any zombies in the way. On top of that, you have to run over ammo crates otherwise you’ll be left without a leg to stand on.

I found the gameplay really fun and unique in comparison to other shooting games. I thought this would be a free run where you can go wherever you like, not similar to Temple Run but I’m happy about it.


The graphics are great!

I am a big fan of the graphics, and I think they’re great for an app game. There aren’t many app games out there that I can say have brilliant graphics (to name a few: PUBG Mobile, Shadowgun Legends, I, Gladiator) so it’s a great selling point for sure.

Into the Dead 2’s theme is very dark and earthy in terms of color, and it looks exactly like what I’d imagine a zombie apocalypse to look like.

Music & Sounds

The music is very quiet and calm at the beginning while the main character is talking to his wife, once the game starts, the music disappears and pretty much all you can hear are footsteps, shooting, and zombies. I like how quiet Into the Dead 2 is as I feel it fits in well to the genre and it definitely kept me on the edge of my seat. At the end of every level, I had this weird feeling that a zombie was going to jump out at me.

The zombie noises are very intense and can make you jump at times, especially if you fail to get through them and you’re one on one trying to get them out of the way.


The controls are easy to use!

Finally, a shooting game with simple controls. Hallelujah. Luckily, you’re on autorun so you don’t have to do anything there but you can drag your finger to move slightly left or right. To fire you tap the right side of the screen and to swap weapons, there’s an icon on the side of the screen to press.

Luckily, everything is really easy to access and it doesn’t get to the point where you’re frantically pressing buttons. Although, I would recommend running over the ammo crates whenever possible as your ammo runs out very fast, even with two guns.

The Power of in-app Purchases

Purchase a VIP subscription from the store!

From the store, you can purchase supplies, VIP and two different currencies.


  • Unlimited stamina and tokens
  • Bonus reward in every lockbox
  • Extra missions and rewards
  • 50 gold and 5+ items every day

all for £9.99 a month


  • 500 gold for £4.99
  • 1,650 gold for £9.99
  • 2,400 gold for £19.99
  • 6,500 gold for £48.99
  • 14,000 gold for £99.99


  • 1,000 silver for 100 gold
  • 3,000 silver for 250 gold
  • 10,000 silver for 800 gold
  • 50,000 silver for 3,000 gold

The currencies help you get better weapons, boosts, more companions and treats for your companions. On the other hand, if you’re super into Into the Dead 2, the VIP would be more worth the money as there are so many extras to it.

The Verdict

What did you think of Into the Dead 2?

In terms of how exciting Into the Dead 2 is, I would rate it low. My reason for this is because it’s quite repetitive as every level is the same at the end of the day and it’s really hard to not successfully complete them. Another reason why I wasn’t happy with this game was because of how intense the pop-ups were for the store, every time I finished a level, an offer would pop up. I personally would’ve preferred to pay a fee for the app itself, rather than having to deal with this, but I guess it would lead to less profit that way.

However, what I did like were the graphics and how easy the controls were to use. The graphics and theme of the game fit in well with the overall gameplay and there was no chance of the controls ruining my progress because of how easy they were to use.

If you decide to download Into the Dead 2, let us know what you think and if you agree or disagree with what we said. Happy gaming and stay casual!

Into the Dead 2 Overall Rating: 4/5

iOS Link:

Android Link:

Company: PikPok

Genre: Action

Rated: 17+

Offers in-app Purchases