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  • Summary: You have been banished to the wasteland to prove your innocence. Your Trial By Survival has begun. How will you survive?Trial By Survival is a post-apocalyptic top-down action RPG with roguelike and strategy elements.**Features**-Multiple Game Modes - Survival Mode and Arena Mode-Permadeath-Procedurally generated map - every game is unique-Destructible environments - Break down walls, blow up cars, set the world on fire-Move freely around randomized levels, fighting through indoor and outdoor encounters-Scavenge loot from real life players around the world-Glitch the dog will help defend you, fetch things for you and keep you company-Build and level up over a dozen unique weapons-Customize your playing style with a character enhancing Perk system-Great Comic/graphic art style-Dual Stick or Drag/Tap Controls-No network connection required to play.-Compatible with generation 4 iPod and up; iPad and up; iPad mini and iPhone4 and up. -Optimized for iPhone 5 Expand
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  1. Aug 12, 2013
    It's not the most complicated game, but Trial By Survival makes up for it with feeling, making it well worth checking out in my book.
  2. Sep 18, 2013
    While Trial by Survival gets the setting, atmosphere and look just right, it can't provide the sense of exploration, nor the palpable sense of progression that would make it essential. [Nov 2013, p.78]
  3. Aug 13, 2013
    Trial by Survival fails to realise the potential for cautious exploration and surprise discoveries in such a post-apocalyptic scavenging setup, and includes an ill-suited twin-stick combat system to boot.
  4. Sep 5, 2013
    Trial By Survival’s potential is hobbled by its greed.
  5. Aug 13, 2013
    Ultimately, Trials By Survival feels a lot like Zombies Ate My Neighbors: with its randomized levels that are filled with dozens of the similar background objects, hundreds of zombies that all look the same, and its frenzied top-down control method. Unfortunately, Trials does not have anywhere near the charm that Neighbors had, and is just a failed attempt at trying to take bits and pieces from tried-and-true areas of both gaming and fiction in order to appeal to a specific niche of fans.