Deadman’s Cross is a new free-to-play card battling game by Square Enix for the iOS and Android platforms – think of it as a sequel to Guardian Cross, if you will. Unlike the previous game though, this game is all about an apocalyptic zombie fighting storyline. Your character is an agoraphobic who leaves the house for the first time in three months only to find that everyone’s been mutated into a zombie. Read on for some tips and tricks for Deadman’s Cross!
When you are going on hunts, it doesn’t matter where you shoot a zombie, be it in the head or any other part of their body – they will take the exact same amount of damage no matter what. You can usually tell which zombie you’ll get by the shape of their shadow, so look at their shape before you shoot. If you already have multiples of the same zombie, and don’t want a repeat, you can go looking for a different zombie instead.
The best way to power up your existing zombies is by Enhancing (sacrificing other zombie cards), and the fastest way to Enhance is to use the Silver Chicks as bait, similar to the Silver Slimes in Guardian Cross. However, back when Guardian Cross was popular, Silver Slimes became used as a secondary “premium currency” in the underground trading market, so expect Silver Chicks to do the same thing here. Save them up so that you can trade for extremely rare zombie cards.
Load up on even more Silver Chicks by going to your Zom-B and sending out as many friend requests as you can. There is no limit to how many friend requests you can send out to different people, only to how many friends you can have at any given time, so send out literally as many as you possibly can. Any time that your friend finds a Silver Chick, they can send one to you, and vice versa.
Strong enhancing is one of the fastest ways to win in the boneyard, too. A well-enhanced two-star or three star (uncommon or rare) zombie will beat out a poorly enhanced 4 or 5-star zombie at any point, because it will have such high statistics. You’ll come across a LOAD of boosts, too, such as shoes and dictionaries. Feed these all to your rare zombies to maximize their statistics.
Bad connections are a huge problem in this game. Make sure that you are in an area with a strong 3G, LTE or Wi-Fi signal if you want the game to work properly. If it’s constantly kicking you out of jobs and battles, then you will need to find a new area to play in.