If you go around making bold claims about revolutionising touchscreen FPS control mechanics, you'd better be able to back 'em up. Otherwise, I'm afraid, a lot of people are going to hit the sad face emoticon in their App Store reviews of your game. Since February, you see, Scattered Entertainment has been championing the innovative gesture-based controls at the heart of its zombie-slaughtering shooter The Drowning. Well, this free-to-play blaster is now available on iOS, and we can finally see whether the game lives up to the hype. You're cast as a gruff-voiced survivor of the zombie apocalypse who takes the fight to the shambling undead by shooting lots and lots of them in the face. Its certainly a good-looking game - the boat-based intro, for example, is one of the most impressive things I've seen running on my iPad.
Don't drown it out
This is a freemium game review, in which we give our impressions immediately after booting a game up, again after three days, and finally after seven days. That's what the strange sub-headings are all about. Click on the links to jump straight to day three or day seven.
Version 1. An Android release was released in Although the graphics were generally praised by critics, the game received mixed to negative reviews, with much criticism aimed at the in-app purchase system and repetitive gameplay. The game offers two methods of control. The first, and the one upon which the game was primarily marketed,  is a system developed specifically for the game and uniquely adapted for touchscreen devices. To shoot, the player taps the screen with two fingers and the player character fires at the middle point between the two taps.
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