10 Popular Android Games for this Halloween Season…and Their Data Consumption
Besides the dressing up, increased sugar consumption, and sweet aromatic notion of pumpkin spice-flavored everything, October brings forth its best aspect—Halloween. As Halloween inches closer, you are more prone to neglect all natural instincts you’ve had all year long, only to set yourself up for a good heart pounding thrill. If you’re not visiting a haunted theme park or trespassing into an abandoned asylum, you can still enjoy this Halloween from the comfort of your Android device. However, the most haunted of houses doesn’t hold a candle to the horror of exceeding your data plan by playing content-rich thriller games. Below we’ve gathered 10 of Android’s most popular Halloween games and report on how much data they use when played. These games will surely get you into the Halloween spirit. Hope you’re not easily spooked by some data drainage.
Dead Trigger 2 Data Usage: 53.18 MB/hour
Draining the highest amount of data per hour is Dead Trigger 2, a very popular first-person zombie shooting game. Pulling the trigger on the dead may be easy, but pulling the trigger on the game once you start playing may be difficult.
The Walking Dead Season 1 Data Usage: 42.58 MB/hour
If you enjoy AMC’s The Walking Dead, the Walking Dead Season 1 Android game will let you experience what it’s like firsthand to be in every single zombie-infected episode of the show.
Into the Dead Data Usage: 25.62 MB/hour
Another Android first-person zombie game for this Halloween is Into the Dead, killing 25.62 MB/hour. In this particular zombie game, you can only move forward. As you are propelled through the mass sea of the undead, you are left with three options: dodge, shoot, or die.
Stupid Zombies Data Usage: 15.13 MB/hour
With a limited number of ammo for each level, in order to survive this zombie apocalypse, you must combine strategy with weaponry. Keep in mind there are 720 levels, so you might be busy this Halloween season.
Dead Target: Zombie Data Usage: 13.33 MB/hour
A first-person zombie shooting game similar to Dead Trigger 2 is Dead Target: Zombie. If you are trying to undead your data for this month but still want to slay zombies, Dead Target: Zombie exhaust 399% less data per hour than Dead Trigger 2.
Zombie Tsunami Data Usage: 9.76 MB/hour
Instead of slaying zombies this Halloween, maybe you can be one. In Zombie Tsunami, you’ll be rampaging through the city turning the living into the undead, creating your own massive zombie tsunami.
Criminal Case Data Usage: 9.45 MB/hour
If your type of thrill is solving mysterious and gruesome murder cases, Criminal Case will have you fully locked and engage on solving who the culprit is.
Plague Inc. Data Usage: 9.18 MB/hour
You can be the evil mastermind this Halloween by creating the ultimate pathogen and starting a global plague. In Plague Inc., your goal is to infect as many people as possible; the higher the body count, the better.
Zombie Smasher Data Usage: 2.13 MB/hour
Smashing and killing ugly (somewhat adorable) looking zombies with the tap of your finger will only kill you 2.13 MB of data per hour.
Plants vs. Zombies Data Usage: 0.99 MB/hour
In Plants vs. Zombies, you’ll be equipped with 49 plant varieties in your arsenal against invading zombies. Smarter than your average, brain-less zombies, you’ll have to incorporate tactic with plant weaponry in order to defend yourself.
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