Corridor Z Review (LG G Flex 2): Inverted Endless Runner With High School Vibe, Not Much Going On (Video)

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  • 06 Jun 2015
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  • The premise is good for Corridor Z: it features a busty cheerleader, trapped inside a high school with a jock and a GI Joe, all of them running from zombies. The game is available for free in the Play Store and we played it on the LG G Flex 2 handset. Find out below if we liked it or not.

    This is an atypical runner, in that it changes the perspective from which you do the running. This time you run towards the screen instead of from it. Each of the three characters you control has a certain mission, usually involving a certain number of zombies killer, rations picked up or boxes turned over to stop the undead. The controls are predictable: swipe to the left or right to tear down shelves and stop zombies, swipe up to break down air conditioners and also affect the zombies.

    Then there are the side swipes that you have to do at the green signs to take curves. Swiping down allows you to take a weapon, like a shotgun, pistol, machine gun and more. You can also use a spiked mace if you die and resurrect your character by spending some dough. The gameplay isn’t exactly fast paced, but rather tense, since the zombies are constantly catching up to you.

    The creatures all look alike pretty much and from what I’ve seen the backgrounds also don’t change. Later on you will come across bosses and probably change scenery, but I haven’t gotten that far. I have to say the graphics look pretty good, particularly the running animations, tearing down of objects and the general fluidity of the gameplay is nice. We give this game an 8 out of 10 and you can download it from here. Its main problem is the camera orientation, particularly when missing turns because of it.

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