The Walking Dead: No Man’s Land is the second The Walking Dead RPG to come out in the last few months for the iPhone and iPad (soon Android too), following The Walking Dead: Road to Survival. This one is by a different company, with much different gameplay, and rather than being based off of the comics it’s based off of the television show. This game, which stars Daryl Dixon, puts you in control of running the camp, as well as going on various missions for walkers, survivors and loot. Read on for some tips and tricks for The Walking Dead: No Man’s Land!
When battling, your goal is typically to open what you need to open and then get to the exit – killing walkers is optional. Watch out for blind corners as they can hide walkers. Oftentimes you can hide behind walls in order to avoid detection of extra-strong walkers. If you get detected, swarm the strong walker with your entire party to defeat them faster.
Finding survivors in missions is how you get more party members. Tap on the radio icon to call the survivors. Retire whoever you don’t need in exchange for extra EXP, especially when making room for survivors of a higher rarity. Make sure, before you switch out a party member, to unequip any good, rare or strong equipment that they have so that you can give it to their replacement in the party.
Once you have enough EXP, go to the training area to train the survivors in your main party, which increases their stats significantly, and their level by one. When deciding who to place in your party, keep their training in mind because a weaker survivor could have higher base stats, and thus could be stronger once trained up to an equal level.
A survivor that gets injured in the middle of battle is a weaker survivor and will have a much harder time killing walkers. Use your other party members to guard them while they get away, especially if you have a tank (super high health and defense party member) who can act as walker bait.
If you need to get more exp for training, or food, and your tent and farm aren’t producing fast enough, upgrade them and build more of them. If that still doesn’t satisfy and you’re stuck, you can always go back to an older stage in the game so that you can fight and hunt for treasure again, or find more survivors that you can retire or reject for EXP.