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Last DriverZ rolls out on Android and iOS

Last Driver Z

Get behind the wheel and brush up on your apocalypse survival skills in 42 Byte‘s latest zombie-slaying mobile game Last DriverZ. It’s fast, free, and full of unwitting undead to entertain you.

Dive into the post-apocalyptic world of the DriverZ trying to make your way through beat up streets, threading through wreckages, running over zombies, and pillaging old warehouses and general stores trying to upgrade your vehicles and recruit more people for your group of survivors!

Check out the video below to get an idea of the gameplay you can expect. Then you can start your engines and survive the end of the world by grabbing Last DriverZ for Android or iOS.

Last DriverZ beta rolls out on Android

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Following a successful showcase at the Perth Games Festival, local studio 42 Bytes continue to test survival skills in their mobile beta for Last DriverZ. If you have an Android device, you too could be running down zombies, seeking out supplies, and upgrading a wide range of weaponry right now (not to mention playtesting a yet-to-be-released game).

Dive into the post-apocalyptic world of the DriverZ trying to make your way through beat up streets, threading through wreckages, running over zombies, and pillaging old warehouses and general stores trying to upgrade your vehicles and recruit more people for your group of survivors!

You can get the beta for Last DriverZ now via Google Play, and stay up to date with all their news via 42 Bytes’ twitter. BONUS: iPhone users will soon be able to get in on the apocalypse action by signing up to the closed beta.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fX-gc8heb5A?w=500&h=281

Little Alien MOK lands on Android for Free

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Blasting off with their first game, 42 Bytes has recently released MOK on Android. It will catch your eye with its simple but stylish graphics, and keep you playing with some solid spaceship gameplay.

Help little alien MOK control a fragile spaceship in a game about exploring hand-drawn planets and picking up stranded friends. Be quick but careful as you tap your way through sketchy caverns, putting your skills to the test and collecting extra terrestrial travellers along the way.

Join MOK in his mission to aid his alien friends by flying on over to Google Play. Don’t have an Android phone?  Stay tuned because MOK is also set to land on iOS and itch.io in the not too-distant future.

https://youtu.be/sct9Tms8xtc&w=500&h=281

MOK Alpha has Landed on Android

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Local developer 42 BYTES recently released the alpha of their upcoming mobile game MOK, and they are now in need of some extraterrestrial testers. MOK features a host of cute little aliens trying to get to a party on time, all the while avoiding every manner of space obstacle.

It’s designed entirely in pencil and it’s about a cute little alien called MOK who is picking up his alien friends to attend a party.

The player is responsible to navigate the alien ship through different worlds (spiky field of thorns, moving bubbles etc) and tries to land beside his friends who excitedly jump up and down and then join him in his little ship.

The MOK alpha is now available for Android devices, and 42 BYTES would love your feedback! If you want to jump in alongside MOK and lend him a hand, zoom over to the developer’s website – but be careful how you fly, the ship has no brakes after all!