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Sep 25, 2012 | 6:26 AM EDT
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Infectonator 2 is here! Sequel to the hit Infectonator series, this new game adds a lot of depth, giving you the control to infect entire continents one by one, more funny characters, better graphics, and more! Best of all, it still has the same addictive chain reaction gameplay! Infectonator 2 gives you all the awesomeness of Infecting people, turn them into zombies, and dominating the World once again!

Also, now available on iOS & Android! get it now:
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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Good stuff! It feels like an improvement over the previous version, there's more depth and strategy this time around. Rightn ow I'm on my 2nd playthrough with advanced difficulty and man does it live up to it's name. My Zombies' Attack, Speed, and Resistance are almost completely levelled up and they still get wiped out by a handful of Hazmat and Army guys. So my previous strategy of releasing the toxin in opposite ends of the map and spawning some other zombies just wasn't working.

I think Jackson is underrated. By using him you at least get 2 seconds to place more units which really comes in handy later on.

Freddy is pretty worthless IMHO. Jason's awesome. The armor buff is amazingly helpful. Jigsaw I think is pretty pointless and gets killed off too easily along with Freddy.

My only complaint would be in huge maps and you spawn a bunch of zombies in one part, they sometimes just wander around and don't venture out in a horde which is what you want when there's tons of Hazmat and Army guys. The A.I. seems totally random in that regard. And I really wish you had an extra slot for Zombie support. So many times you come to a point where you wish you could just lay down one more horde or the Bomber zombie to take care of one niche spot.

But overall it's an amazing and highly addictive game and I'm going to pick it up for my Android soon.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

cool very cool this is my favorite game to play


Rated 5 / 5 stars

It may be just me but I think I have accomplished more on the second one then I ever did on the first. Granted it was challenging and the annoying part of getting killed off too fast before being able to do much damage, but a challenge is a challenge. I didn't even level everything up till I had conquered the game, so I don't think it was all that challenging.

What I really loved about this was the fact that it took you time and strategy. Placing your special zombies in strategic ways to make the best of your destruction was a nice function. Also that it takes time to do it, I for one love a game that takes a while to finish. It didn't droll on too long and it didn't take forever to earn your money in order to level up. Short games just don't please me, you don't get the full satisfaction of the whole game. This one was just right for length of time.

I was not bothered with the tutorial, it had been a long time since I have played the first game and will admit that I had forgotten what to do. That fast tutorial gave me the basics and right away got a chance to start in on the action of destruction.

Most of all, the graphics are better, still in that old pixilated style that just works great for this particular game. Love the whole exploding vehicles and getting a bunch of money from it, and the sounds are spot on. Also the blood all over the place, you can't go wrong this that.

A great game that I surely enjoyed without any disappointments, thank you for sharing this with us on NG.

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Rated 1 / 5 stars

It's time to stop re-releasing the same game with some bells and whistles. The first infectonator was fun and innovative. This isn't. Do something new again!


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Beside the fact that the Obelisk in Buenos Aires is in the middle of the city, just near the theatres' area, and I'm not really sure there is a strip club near there or a police station, the geographic info is pretty interesting. Also, I'm from Buenos Aires so I'm just nit picking for the sake of nit picking I guess.

In any case, the game is addicting, the graphics are pretty cool, the parodies of fictional characters are a nice extra and the only grievance I've got is that when you use the virus it would be nice if there were a graphic indicator that showed how much it extends, like a green cloud.

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