The Biking Dead is a brand new side-scrolling biking game for the iOS and Android platforms by Space Inch LLC. The world has long been hit by the zombie apocalypse, but now a biking contest has been put in place, and whichever zombie wins it gets all of the brains in the world. Your zombie can put on all sorts of outfits, ride all manner of bikes, and upgrade them to extremely high levels all on a quest to become the best zombie biker on earth. Read on for some tips and tricks for The Biking Dead!
You’ll never make it to the end of a level, but that’s just as well because every level in this game is endless, and your goal is to complete specific missions rather than to make it to the end. Each mission that you complete earns you soulstones as a reward, which are the green gems, and soulstones are used to unlock all of the other levels in the game.
Gems, which are the pink currency, allow you to upgrade your bike. Upgrades are cheap, and they are absolutely necessary in order to stay competitive when the tougher missions come around. If you are playing against friends, too, they are valuable because the more upgrades that you have, the easier it is to beat your friends’ high scores.
When you run out of upgrades, then it’s time to buy a new bike. The new bike will not immediately be as good as the old one if the old one had all of the upgrades, so play with the old bike until you have enough gems to upgrade the new one to be better than the old one. The newer and more expensive the bike, the more upgrades you can put on it, giving it insane amounts of grip, boost and speed.
If you run out of energy in the game, you can wait for it to come back, or you can buy more. If you want to get it back right away for free though, then your best bet is to go to the date and time settings and set the time ahead on your phone or tablet, by an hour or two to get all of your hearts back. Go back to the game after you do that, and your lives will be completely restored.
Be sure to upgrade your outfit when you have the gems for it. While bike upgrades can increase your grip, your boost and your speed, outfit upgrades can improve your health and your energy. Energy (represented by brains) is how long you can go for in a particular level, in one playthrough. Health is how many hits you can take from all of the cannons that are trying to shoot at you before you die.