Close encounters

Let a zombie get too close, and you'll have to fend him off with some old-fashioned hand-to-hand combat.
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Zombie hordes

Zombies can sometimes attack at a full sprint. So, if you don't shoot fast, you may find yourself overrun.
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Game of chance

Casino tokens can turn into big bucks, if you're lucky.
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Daily earnings

Earning one bar of gold a day might seem good, until you see that some weapons will cost you upward of 50 bars.
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Brain-mill

Dead Trigger's variety of weapons includes a unique Brain-mill for hacking away at zombie parts within a short distance.
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Weapons stockpile

Choose from dozens of weapons, each with its own unique attributes.
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Zombie apocalypse

Its story may be pretty typical, but Dead Trigger's graphics and gameplay more than make up for it.
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Equip your hero

Earn money and gold to equip your hero with advanced weaponry and other helpful items.
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