Mobile Action Match Three Horror Game Kill Me Again Coming to Android, iOS

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NHN Entertainment looks to set itself apart from other mobile match three games with its all new action horror/puzzle/RPG game, Kill Me Again, launching on September 24th for iOS and Android. Kill Me Again Combines match three elements with real-time zombie-slaying gameplay, and allows players to choose one of three distinct character classes.

Kill Me Again expands well beyond highly popular match three games by combining action, horror, and RPG elements to deliver a brutally addictive experience,” said Alex Fleming, Associate Product Manager, NHN Entertainment. “Gamers will blast through hordes of undead mutants in this fast-paced game as every match made deals damage to the creatures. As we head into Fall, Kill Me Again is the perfect game for the Halloween season.”

Gamers will be required to match three or more colored blocks and perform cascading combos and chain skills in this free-form puzzle gameplay while destroying the toxic beasts that crawl out of the darkness. Listen to the inhuman sounds of bones cracking against shotgun shells as any one of the three distinct character classes – the Hit Woman, Advanced Soldier or Researcher – as you blast the zombies away and save the survivors who are too paralyzed with fear to run.

Kill Me Again Features:

  • Free puzzle block movement enables player to execute several matches in one move – providing for a much more in-depth matching system than players have seen before.
  • There are no set turns when battling swarms of the undead. Be quick and plan your attacks in real-time or you’ll soon be overwhelmed!
  • Listen to the barrage of gunfire from the mercs on the barricades and the swelling cacophony of groans and screams in this terrifying thriller.
  • RPG elements allow players to craft hundreds of hardcore weaponry with runic and scientific enhancements, designed to disable and destroy the mutant monsters.

Are you going to be picking up Kill Me Again when it hits iOS and Android on September 24th? Let us know in the comments below, or on Google+, Twitter, or Facebook.

Last Updated on November 27, 2018.


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