Zombie Frontier 2: Survive Hack for Money & Gold
Zombie Frontier 2: Survive uses gold for its premium currency. This is very expensive. You can get only 100 gold for $1.99. You’ll need a lot more to win at Zombie Frontier 2: Survive. Download our free Zombie Frontier 2: Survive hack tool to easily and freely get money and gold now.
It’s very easy to use. Take a look at the image below to see how quick and easy using our Zombie Frontier 2: Survive hack tool is. Just enter the amount of money and gold you want.
Download our Zombie Frontier 2: Survive hack from our website. It takes 30 seconds to download. After it downloads, it’ll install. This takes about another 30 seconds. Then, enter how much money and gold you would like. Click the big, blue “start” button.
This should start the hack. Once completed — don’t worry, it’s very quick! — open the app on your device. It will run normally, but with the added benefit of your extra gold and money! Have fun!
Zombie Frontier 2: Survive Background
The first time you enter Zombie Frontier 2: Survive, you will have to take the tutorial, which will show you the basics of the game, and even throw you into a trial mission right away. Once you are done with that, you will have the whole game map available to you. The map has multiple unique places marked on it like the Profile, Daily Tasks, Slots, Shop, Weapons, Mercenaries or the Video. Other than these uniquely named places, the map also has missions marked with yellow, orange or red markers, indicating difficulty.
Missions are the main part of the game, where the action happens. You just have to tap on a mission marker to be shown the objectives that you need to complete in order to finish it. These can be anything like killing a set number of zombies, while catching a live specimen for the scientists, or a mission where you have to survive an assault of the dead for a specified time, until the helicopter arrives to save you.
During the mission gameplay, you are placed in a run down location in or near the city, where zombies will endlessly march towards you in an attempt to kill you. You can’t move, so your only option is to kill them until the objective is completed. Shooting is done by tapping a button on the screen, while aiming is done by moving your finger in the direction where you want your gun aimed.
Headshots on zombies count as critical hits and do much more damage than body shots, and they also trigger a deep voiced announcer yelling out “headshot”! Not only headshots are what can cause critical hits though, as some of the missions might have environmental weapons placed around, like explosive barrels, which can cause massive damage to a group of zombies. You might also find boxes dropped on the ground, which contain game cash.