If you’re fond of free online flash games then you might have also heard about Deploy and Destroy: Ash Vs ED. This is quite a new addictive game, in fact, that can keep you hooked for several hours on your computer screen. As the name suggests, you’ll get to play as an aerial combat pilot in this game. It has excellent graphics and realistic aircraft sounds that will keep you hooked on the monitor for several hours. You will need to score good kills or to damage your opponent in order to win the game. However, you cannot just lose control over your plane even if you lose a match.
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Deploy and Destroy features various missions, levels, environments, and graphics quality. The graphics quality can vary depending on what settings are used and what features are utilized. It’s a well designed game with smooth operation. Although this is one of the latest games released this year, it doesn’t appear like many users are having problems while playing.
We shall now see how this game plays out on the iPhone. The game begins with a series of missions that can be completed with different aircrafts. When you finish one of the missions, you can move up to the next one, without losing any progress from the last one.
You can even purchase more of the upgrades for your planes, which are available for purchase through the iTunes Store. The screen is optimized for the iPhone and looks great, especially for those who like to use their phones as a video game entertainment device.
Although the iPhone version has slightly different controls than that of the android version, it’s not radically different. The controls are still very user friendly, and it’s easy to understand and play.
I enjoyed the quick view of the screen, and the small size of the game on the iPhone, it made it easier to view all of the cool aircrafts and other details, such as destroying the evil dead bodies of soldiers. The iPhone version also includes all of the same bonuses that were offered on the Xbox 360 version, such as the “EVA suit” and “Jetsam” skin.
With the visuals, you can definitely tell that the folks over at Stainless Sword Interactive spent lots of time and money on creating a really nice game. The special effects are realistic and look really good. The colors are vibrant, and there are a lot of different explosions and different visual effects.
The controls respond very quickly, and you can feel very comfortable in playing this game. Although, on the television series, it seems like the characters speak in lower English, it’s not a problem because you can clearly hear every word that is being said. The controls don’t make it easy to understand, but I found myself picking up the different words pretty quickly.
Clear voice over
The one thing I find difficult to appreciate is the lack of clear voice over for the Xbox version of Deploy and Destroy: Ash Vs Evil Dead. Voiceovers are an absolute must have if you ever get stuck on a certain action. You definitely need a narrator with you when playing this game. This game would be much more fun if you had some voice over work to help you out. I’m not complaining about that at all.
Like the classic
Anyway, onto the meat of the review… Ash Vs Evil Dead is very much like the classic PC FPS games of days gone by. You will use an arsenal of weapons, as well as gun strategically placed around the map to destroy the hordes of the undead.
It takes just a couple minutes to get started, and you will have to gain the upper hand with your gun before they wipe you out. Once you do, you will be left gasping for air as you see your enemies dead in front of you.
There are a couple of differences between the old style games and the new ones. One is gameplay, where there is just generally no option to aim like you would have in a real life game. However, it’s still quite fun to just sit back and play the way you always have. The second difference is that instead of just being a single-player game, Ash Vs Evil Dead has multiplayer modes where you can team up with your friends and play as a team against the undead. This was a nice change of pace, and something that I think might make players return to the game.