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Rebuild 3: Gangs of Deadsville

Rebuild 3: Gangs of Deadsville

Northway Games

Rebuild a ruined city in this post-apocalyptic mix of strategy and simulation.

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  • Truly worth the money Sep 24, 2017

    By Rarrobin
    I played rebuild and rebuild 2 online and loved them, for a free online game they were pretty good. I bought both the rebuild games on the App Store but I didn’t play this one for a while because of how different it was from the first two, it was a little tricky for me starting out but once I have it a chance I was hooked. For a mobile game and the little amount of money it cost, it is very very worth it. I played through the first time in about a week playing whenever I had the chance. It’s worth the 5 stars but the different endings can be very difficult. I’ve looked for walkthroughs and only found one that seems legitimate, it would be nicer if the random events that ultimately effect the outcome of the game, would be more obvious. I’m not asking for easy peasy, just to be aware of the things I need to do so I can do them. I’m really torn between 4 and 5 stars because it really is amazing, even with the difficulty in figuring out how to get the different endings. I haven’t been disappoint by any of the rebuild games and look forward to any future projects in this series. It’s now on steam so I plan to buy that whenever I can :)
  • Mar 13, 2021

    By Jason McFayden
    Once I got the hang of it, it's become a really fun game - not just an idle time waster like most of the apps I download. It's not super complicated, although I still haven't figured out how to win (or complete the game). The map I'm on now is massive, especially for a phone, so I have to focus on one front at a time. But otherwise it's awesome.
  • A game for our times Jul 21, 2020

    By Obsessive Consultive
    Nothing like a pandemic to make this game even more ironic than it is. I like to build up a dream team of MacGuyver-Fighters armed with rocket launchers and Doctors Scalpals and play the next to final round over and over. Largest map and no inconvenient nuclear detonation or government plots ( wow you sure called that one!) to get in the way. It takes a while to build the right team and I have had some truly great ones but every now and then I delete the app because I waste tooooo much time on it. Free to play free to win is the only thing I will play nowadays and this is my fav.
  • Mar 12, 2021

    By Douglas Lee
    I really recommend this game. No pay to win. Story was engaging and interesting. Has a bit of a resource management / StarCraft element. I'd like to see a bit more defense strategy involved. Kept me going for 3 days straight! Great job devs!
  • Solid game Jul 29, 2017

    By Ghostfire6113
    Great game, difficulty really ramps from easy to medium and so on. I like that survivor happiness, friendships, and preferences are factored in, although sometimes the reasons for low happiness can be a bit annoying and impossible to really compensate for(fort was better when it was small, zed will always be out, there aren't enough places to get a stiff drink....yet you will have 9 or ten bars being tended). Interacting with factions and dealing with waves of zombies can be frustrating st higher difficulties, but more than adds to the tension. It took waaayyy longer than I expected, but unlocking all the endings is a real slog, bordering on tedious. I don't mind exploration and attention to detail, but having RNG controlled events with zero indicators that it may or may not be important, but ultimately will rule out a specific ending is fairly annoying. I grew up in the Nintendo/Atari era, I can appreciate difficulty, steep learning curves, focus on exploration, and not getting your hand held...just having a chain of random events with absurdly specific requirements that sound like all the made up stuff people post about bringing Aeris back to life in FF7 is disappointing. All in all, it's a great game, absolutely worth checking out.
  • Feb 22, 2021

    By Cameron Schiller
    The gameplay's great but the fact that it's almost impossible to get a good ending without a walkthrough is incredibly disappointing and upsetting and spoiled the whole experience for me - why would you make the objectives I am required to follow to play the game turn out to be actively harmful all along?
  • Mar 20, 2021

    By Rick Roll
    Great game that makes you think on your toes. Let's you form alliances based on your preferences and goals in the game. Storyline is not linear so you can replay the game a second time.abd have a totally different outcome.
  • Love it Apr 9, 2019

    By Spotts_420
    I’ve played the first two on the computer, and had to buy this one and I’m glad I did. I’m always worried I won’t play games I buy, but I keep coming back to this one. I love the stories and how each character eventually becomes their own thing with buffs and skills. I like how there are moments where it is overwhelming and then calms to recover, being difficult but not too overwhelming. And it’s unique, which is so hard to do these days! Love it.
  • Mar 21, 2021

    By Zeus Brown
    Best mobile game I've played in a long time. It has depth but it's easy to play casually for short periods of time (or play non-stop for hours if you prefer). No microtransactions or notifications, just a great zombie-apocalypse-themed city builder.
  • Good Jul 13, 2020

    By Kilian haines
    People who say the zombie attacks are too abundant lack common sense. The first one that pops up will be the first to attack. Duh. It goes in order...if you don’t believe play it yourself. You only need to defend one at a time if you pay attention to when the hordes pop up. TIP: On Impossible difficulty, kill all surrounding zombies and be careful. I recommend letting the hordes take the buildings, and then reclaiming them after. Defending against hordes causes lots of survivor deaths. It’s especially easy with Fearless Reclaim perk.
  • Truly worth the money Sep 24, 2017

    By Rarrobin
    I played rebuild and rebuild 2 online and loved them, for a free online game they were pretty good. I bought both the rebuild games on the App Store but I didn’t play this one for a while because of how different it was from the first two, it was a little tricky for me starting out but once I have it a chance I was hooked. For a mobile game and the little amount of money it cost, it is very very worth it. I played through the first time in about a week playing whenever I had the chance. It’s worth the 5 stars but the different endings can be very difficult. I’ve looked for walkthroughs and only found one that seems legitimate, it would be nicer if the random events that ultimately effect the outcome of the game, would be more obvious. I’m not asking for easy peasy, just to be aware of the things I need to do so I can do them. I’m really torn between 4 and 5 stars because it really is amazing, even with the difficulty in figuring out how to get the different endings. I haven’t been disappoint by any of the rebuild games and look forward to any future projects in this series. It’s now on steam so I plan to buy that whenever I can :)
  • Mar 13, 2021

    By Jason McFayden
    Once I got the hang of it, it's become a really fun game - not just an idle time waster like most of the apps I download. It's not super complicated, although I still haven't figured out how to win (or complete the game). The map I'm on now is massive, especially for a phone, so I have to focus on one front at a time. But otherwise it's awesome.
  • A game for our times Jul 21, 2020

    By Obsessive Consultive
    Nothing like a pandemic to make this game even more ironic than it is. I like to build up a dream team of MacGuyver-Fighters armed with rocket launchers and Doctors Scalpals and play the next to final round over and over. Largest map and no inconvenient nuclear detonation or government plots ( wow you sure called that one!) to get in the way. It takes a while to build the right team and I have had some truly great ones but every now and then I delete the app because I waste tooooo much time on it. Free to play free to win is the only thing I will play nowadays and this is my fav.
  • Mar 12, 2021

    By Douglas Lee
    I really recommend this game. No pay to win. Story was engaging and interesting. Has a bit of a resource management / StarCraft element. I'd like to see a bit more defense strategy involved. Kept me going for 3 days straight! Great job devs!
  • Solid game Jul 29, 2017

    By Ghostfire6113
    Great game, difficulty really ramps from easy to medium and so on. I like that survivor happiness, friendships, and preferences are factored in, although sometimes the reasons for low happiness can be a bit annoying and impossible to really compensate for(fort was better when it was small, zed will always be out, there aren't enough places to get a stiff drink....yet you will have 9 or ten bars being tended). Interacting with factions and dealing with waves of zombies can be frustrating st higher difficulties, but more than adds to the tension. It took waaayyy longer than I expected, but unlocking all the endings is a real slog, bordering on tedious. I don't mind exploration and attention to detail, but having RNG controlled events with zero indicators that it may or may not be important, but ultimately will rule out a specific ending is fairly annoying. I grew up in the Nintendo/Atari era, I can appreciate difficulty, steep learning curves, focus on exploration, and not getting your hand held...just having a chain of random events with absurdly specific requirements that sound like all the made up stuff people post about bringing Aeris back to life in FF7 is disappointing. All in all, it's a great game, absolutely worth checking out.
  • Feb 22, 2021

    By Cameron Schiller
    The gameplay's great but the fact that it's almost impossible to get a good ending without a walkthrough is incredibly disappointing and upsetting and spoiled the whole experience for me - why would you make the objectives I am required to follow to play the game turn out to be actively harmful all along?
  • Mar 20, 2021

    By Rick Roll
    Great game that makes you think on your toes. Let's you form alliances based on your preferences and goals in the game. Storyline is not linear so you can replay the game a second time.abd have a totally different outcome.
  • Love it Apr 9, 2019

    By Spotts_420
    I’ve played the first two on the computer, and had to buy this one and I’m glad I did. I’m always worried I won’t play games I buy, but I keep coming back to this one. I love the stories and how each character eventually becomes their own thing with buffs and skills. I like how there are moments where it is overwhelming and then calms to recover, being difficult but not too overwhelming. And it’s unique, which is so hard to do these days! Love it.
  • Mar 21, 2021

    By Zeus Brown
    Best mobile game I've played in a long time. It has depth but it's easy to play casually for short periods of time (or play non-stop for hours if you prefer). No microtransactions or notifications, just a great zombie-apocalypse-themed city builder.
  • Good Jul 13, 2020

    By Kilian haines
    People who say the zombie attacks are too abundant lack common sense. The first one that pops up will be the first to attack. Duh. It goes in order...if you don’t believe play it yourself. You only need to defend one at a time if you pay attention to when the hordes pop up. TIP: On Impossible difficulty, kill all surrounding zombies and be careful. I recommend letting the hordes take the buildings, and then reclaiming them after. Defending against hordes causes lots of survivor deaths. It’s especially easy with Fearless Reclaim perk.
  • Feb 12, 2021

    By Mandy Shultz
    I thought it sounded interesting. Not much of a building game and the controls are bad and confusing. Even on easy mode the zombie things was too annoying and difficult with the controls. The game isn't relaxing or scarey, it just irritated me. It wasn't what i expected. I guess it just wasn't for me. Good thing i tried it on playpass. I wouldn't buy it. Sorry.
  • Mar 9, 2021

    By Baywe Liyang
    underwhelming. liberate rpg until it starts pitting you choiceless with pretending able tie. Second try no story talking seems better. Comments are good, but now the game also lags on the quick map I started. The interface goes disfunctional.

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  • Truly worth the money Sep 24, 2017

    By Rarrobin
    I played rebuild and rebuild 2 online and loved them, for a free online game they were pretty good. I bought both the rebuild games on the App Store but I didn’t play this one for a while because of how different it was from the first two, it was a little tricky for me starting out but once I have it a chance I was hooked. For a mobile game and the little amount of money it cost, it is very very worth it. I played through the first time in about a week playing whenever I had the chance. It’s worth the 5 stars but the different endings can be very difficult. I’ve looked for walkthroughs and only found one that seems legitimate, it would be nicer if the random events that ultimately effect the outcome of the game, would be more obvious. I’m not asking for easy peasy, just to be aware of the things I need to do so I can do them. I’m really torn between 4 and 5 stars because it really is amazing, even with the difficulty in figuring out how to get the different endings. I haven’t been disappoint by any of the rebuild games and look forward to any future projects in this series. It’s now on steam so I plan to buy that whenever I can :)
  • Mar 13, 2021

    By Jason McFayden
    Once I got the hang of it, it's become a really fun game - not just an idle time waster like most of the apps I download. It's not super complicated, although I still haven't figured out how to win (or complete the game). The map I'm on now is massive, especially for a phone, so I have to focus on one front at a time. But otherwise it's awesome.
  • A game for our times Jul 21, 2020

    By Obsessive Consultive
    Nothing like a pandemic to make this game even more ironic than it is. I like to build up a dream team of MacGuyver-Fighters armed with rocket launchers and Doctors Scalpals and play the next to final round over and over. Largest map and no inconvenient nuclear detonation or government plots ( wow you sure called that one!) to get in the way. It takes a while to build the right team and I have had some truly great ones but every now and then I delete the app because I waste tooooo much time on it. Free to play free to win is the only thing I will play nowadays and this is my fav.
  • Mar 12, 2021

    By Douglas Lee
    I really recommend this game. No pay to win. Story was engaging and interesting. Has a bit of a resource management / StarCraft element. I'd like to see a bit more defense strategy involved. Kept me going for 3 days straight! Great job devs!
  • Mar 20, 2021

    By Rick Roll
    Great game that makes you think on your toes. Let's you form alliances based on your preferences and goals in the game. Storyline is not linear so you can replay the game a second time.abd have a totally different outcome.
  • Love it Apr 9, 2019

    By Spotts_420
    I’ve played the first two on the computer, and had to buy this one and I’m glad I did. I’m always worried I won’t play games I buy, but I keep coming back to this one. I love the stories and how each character eventually becomes their own thing with buffs and skills. I like how there are moments where it is overwhelming and then calms to recover, being difficult but not too overwhelming. And it’s unique, which is so hard to do these days! Love it.
  • Mar 21, 2021

    By Zeus Brown
    Best mobile game I've played in a long time. It has depth but it's easy to play casually for short periods of time (or play non-stop for hours if you prefer). No microtransactions or notifications, just a great zombie-apocalypse-themed city builder.
  • Good Jul 13, 2020

    By Kilian haines
    People who say the zombie attacks are too abundant lack common sense. The first one that pops up will be the first to attack. Duh. It goes in order...if you don’t believe play it yourself. You only need to defend one at a time if you pay attention to when the hordes pop up. TIP: On Impossible difficulty, kill all surrounding zombies and be careful. I recommend letting the hordes take the buildings, and then reclaiming them after. Defending against hordes causes lots of survivor deaths. It’s especially easy with Fearless Reclaim perk.
  • Feb 10, 2021

    By Rendall
    Well done. You play the leader of a post-zombie-apocalypse survivor community, managing resources. Clear, fun, strangely comforting: no survivors behaved badly and the best strategy was always to be welcoming to strangers and to open those boarded-up rooms. Maybe that would change at higher difficulty settings.
  • Love this game... but Mar 31, 2020

    By SophiaMourningstar
    I absolutely love this game. I’ve been playing Northway’s games since like early 2008. This is the perfect zombie apocalypse management game and the developer is so nice and so sweet. I just got a new iPhone and I bought my favorite rebuild (3) and it’s cut off on the left side where the speaker is when you talk on the phone. I don’t know how to fix it, but it cuts off a lot of the important bits and I was wondering if there was any fix for this?
  • Solid game Jul 29, 2017

    By Ghostfire6113
    Great game, difficulty really ramps from easy to medium and so on. I like that survivor happiness, friendships, and preferences are factored in, although sometimes the reasons for low happiness can be a bit annoying and impossible to really compensate for(fort was better when it was small, zed will always be out, there aren't enough places to get a stiff drink....yet you will have 9 or ten bars being tended). Interacting with factions and dealing with waves of zombies can be frustrating st higher difficulties, but more than adds to the tension. It took waaayyy longer than I expected, but unlocking all the endings is a real slog, bordering on tedious. I don't mind exploration and attention to detail, but having RNG controlled events with zero indicators that it may or may not be important, but ultimately will rule out a specific ending is fairly annoying. I grew up in the Nintendo/Atari era, I can appreciate difficulty, steep learning curves, focus on exploration, and not getting your hand held...just having a chain of random events with absurdly specific requirements that sound like all the made up stuff people post about bringing Aeris back to life in FF7 is disappointing. All in all, it's a great game, absolutely worth checking out.
  • Feb 22, 2021

    By Cameron Schiller
    The gameplay's great but the fact that it's almost impossible to get a good ending without a walkthrough is incredibly disappointing and upsetting and spoiled the whole experience for me - why would you make the objectives I am required to follow to play the game turn out to be actively harmful all along?
  • Feb 19, 2021

    By Wili Tye
    I wish you were able to build up a single city instead of many smaller ones but still a very interesting and enjoyable game no doubt, the random story lines add a twist to the strategic part of the game witch I think is a good idea but some more variety would make you focus a but more on the little story lines witch I love, great city manager game altogether best one I've found so far anyways
  • Pretty darn good Sep 23, 2018

    By Hippohumongous
    Lots of fun and really addictive. Just one thing, can you please remove the error about the game center connection when game center is disabled (as someone who never uses game center). It doesn't take more than a second to dismiss it but gets annoying to deal with each time I launch the game. Thanks!
  • Feb 17, 2021

    By Zaxs cat
    Pretty fun, bit of things to figure out like whos best for what jobs, and the clock system I just used next day settings. But over all a hours of fun.
  • Dec 7, 2020

    By Kermeet the Frug
    pretty fun but not extremely different from the other 2. Obviously they added new events but the game play eventually gets a bit repetitive, it suffers the same flaws as the previous two. First time playing though can easily get you sucked in for days until you start noticing the same events reoccurring and the same situations reoccurring, which eventually will take you out of the immersion.
  • Feb 10, 2021

    By Dasdough
    I can't get to grips with the controls. They are absolutely terrible compared to the previous games. I've tried 3 times to try and enjoy this game but it's poorly designed and a ball ache to get through.
  • Mar 17, 2021

    By Jonny Ramsden
    Think I also played the first one. This one is quite similar and I didn't find it as engaging but possibly because felt like I'd been there before. Definitely not a bad game but didn't do it for me
  • Gets boring and repetitive Mar 12, 2020

    By MeemoW
    I got to the 3rd city before it started to get boring. You start to feel like it’s less strategy than going through the motions. Story line and objectives are also boring. With you didn’t have to start with a new city and same goals every level. Art is cute though.
  • Frying brain Dec 10, 2017

    By Whyevenbotherforanickname
    Rebuild 3 artwork is amazing. It have more stuff to do than the previous rebuild. However, not many cool clothes/building/weapons to craft/build. The ability to build the unlock building, require the research lab. Due to random events happening, the unique building chances of getting destroy is 50%. Sadly can't be rebuild lol, rebuild.......
  • Feb 12, 2021

    By Mandy Shultz
    I thought it sounded interesting. Not much of a building game and the controls are bad and confusing. Even on easy mode the zombie things was too annoying and difficult with the controls. The game isn't relaxing or scarey, it just irritated me. It wasn't what i expected. I guess it just wasn't for me. Good thing i tried it on playpass. I wouldn't buy it. Sorry.
  • Mar 9, 2021

    By Baywe Liyang
    underwhelming. liberate rpg until it starts pitting you choiceless with pretending able tie. Second try no story talking seems better. Comments are good, but now the game also lags on the quick map I started. The interface goes disfunctional.

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