LifeAfter for PC

Published by NetEase Games

  • Release date: 2019-03-18
  • Current version: 1.0.29
  • File size: 1.55 GB
  • Works with: Windows 10/8/7 and Mac Computers
Gamer Score: 4/5
From 2,380 Votes

LifeAfter for Pc Description

A blizzard of devastating virus beleaguered the world, bringing about the catastrophic disintegration of orders and covenants. When the night falls, the world turned into a living hell, swarming with Infecteds. When you finally caught a break, and discovered a place to rest your sore feet, you found yourself exhausted, famished, low on ammo and plagued by the coldness of night. You can hear the growling of Infecteds, approaching, and you know it's going to be another night of angst and horror. How much longer can YOU survive? LifeAfter, a mobile game depicting the survival of humanity in a post virus apocalyptic world, is officially launched. Live on, together. -Keep your will to survive and hopes alive. The world you once knew so well is now a foreign place in the wave of a virus epidemic. The life of survivors is constantly being threatened by diseases, famine, cold, Infecteds and organizations with hidden agendas. You'll have to stay calm amid all these dangers and believe there is a way out. -Live on with anything available. Explore every inch of the post-apocalyptic world - be it in the city full of Infecteds, or an abandoned mine, or a broken-down college, or a freezing cold forest up in the highlands - to scavenge essential materials in order to survive. You'll need to know how to hunt and gather for food, how to tend to your wounds and make arms to protect yourself. -Encounter other survivors. You might encounter other survivors on your scavenging runs. You'll have to be extra careful, for they might attack you for loot. If they are amiable, you can choose to share with them your food, ammo and adventure stories. -Build the final sanctuary for humanity. With the trusted friends you made along the way, you can find a place to camp and build, one brick at a time, until you have the final sanctuary for humanity. Together, around the campfire, humans may once again fend off the long, cold night with hugs. 【Contact us】 Website: Facebook: Twitter: Discord:

How to download, install and play LifeAfter on your PC and Mac

If you want to install and play the LifeAfter game on your PC or Mac, you will need to download and install a Desktop App emulator for your computer. We have worked diligently to help you understand how to use LifeAfter for your computer in 4 simple steps below:

Step 1: Download an Android emulator for PC and Mac

Ok. First things first. If you want to use the application on your computer, first visit the Mac store or Windows AppStore and search for either the Bluestacks app or the Nox App . Most of the tutorials on the web recommends the Bluestacks app and I might be tempted to recommend it too, because you are more likely to easily find solutions online if you have trouble using the Bluestacks application on your computer. You can download the Bluestacks Pc or Mac software here

Step 2: Install the emulator on your PC or Mac

Now that you have downloaded the emulator of your choice, go to the Downloads folder on your computer to locate the emulator or Bluestacks application.
Once you have found it, click it to install the application or exe on your PC or Mac computer.
Now click Next to accept the license agreement.
Follow the on screen directives in order to install the application properly.
If you do the above correctly, the Emulator app will be successfully installed.

Step 3: LifeAfter game for PC - Windows 7/8 / 8.1 / 10

Now, open the Emulator application you have installed and look for its search bar. Once you found it, type LifeAfter in the search bar and press Search. Click on LifeAfter game icon. A window of LifeAfter on the Play Store or the app store will open and it will display the Store in your emulator application. Now, press the Install button and like on an iPhone or Android device, your Game will start downloading. Now we are all done.
You will see an icon called "All Apps".
Click on it and it will take you to a page containing all your installed Games.
You should see the LifeAfter icon. Click on it and start playing the Game

Step 4: LifeAfter for Mac OS

Hi. Mac Gamer!
The steps to use LifeAfter for Mac are exactly like the ones for Windows OS above. All you need to do is install the Nox Application Emulator or Bluestack on your Macintosh. You can get bluestacks here .

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Game Reviews

  • About Game

    By Sephiroth_Keter_Azeroth
    Assassin’s Creed Origins: Online Mobile Edition
  • I became dedicated to this game!

    By pastafarianmamanFSM
    For most people who haven’t played open world RPG games will probably be turned off some after the tutorial opening. I’m actually happy it’s not totally story mode but it could use some more “lore” related quest. It’s not a perfect game but it’s so far the best MMORPG on the app market for mobile gaming. Many games try to pass their games off as such but you end up with a million different “clash of blah blah” games. However here are some of my problems with the game, I have been playing for sometime and have spent money on it so at least I should be heard some. •while the scenery and graphics are great the HUB is cluttered and moving the controls in settings should be an option. •Better, more character customization, I’m sick of seeing six of me hanging out in a cabin at night. Could perhaps allow one time free edit if options are added. Maybe allow found items to change our look. (How cool would it be to find blueberries or such to dye clothing and hair?) Finding special chest or NPCs or quest to give us special clothing. It was always fun in WOW to see how everyone looks different and unique. •PVP is a great idea ! HOWEVER.....not when in peaceful mode. After entering places like farstar you shouldn’t or can’t change from peace to invader. It ruins the experience considering waiting for the choppers and someone decides last minute to go on a shooting spree. Also peaceful people should be untouched or make a different server for pve and pvp. •people have to get use to the fact most MMORPGs YOU HAVE TO GRIND TO LEVEL! however, I have been playing for almost a month and I’m almost lvl 20 across my skills. Everyone plays at a different pace. Leveling should be more stream lined. •better loot for found boxes or from world boss kills. Including weapon drops. •less choice of currency, new money, gold, fed, camp, plus experience points, sandcastle, and weapons upgrade type points. Just no.... •will our pets actually do... anything worth wild? I’m sick of feeding something so much food to give me a stick in there back pack. Also more pet options. •different foliage options and animal meat options, I’m a sucker for learning recipes and that type of rpg grind. •easier manor edits, to Change manor completely while keeping all materials player has put into them. •more options and cheaper ones in mall, people would spend more if more options available. •to be able to trade materials found in the world, (someone doesn’t want to cut down a million trees or find materials to make plastic? )Most rpg markets are simple to use however life after isn’t, not only special items sold but created materials too. These are some of the reasons I gave the game 4/5 stars. I’m also conserved that there looks to be literally no information online about this game knowing this is a legit developer is the game that new or lack of players? Who knows. Keep it up and you’ll have the chance for die hard PC players playing this.
  • Amazing

    This game is the best mobile game I’ve ever played. I’ve played for hours and never got bored. While it does have some micro transactions there not needed at all. It’s wait time for traveling and crafting are short the longest one I’ve had is 4 min. It has a lot to do. And the developers keep in touch with the players to make improvements that the players want or need. The only problem I ever had was I wish there were more customizations for your carecter. I love this game and recommend it if you like rpg survival zombie or want a game you can play with your friends in the coop mode.
  • to the game lifeafter

    By Clavena
    the game is really good it’s fun to play the graphics is really quick n nice
  • Love it but...

    By Mandy Ruby
    I really love this game since it started in English, but I feel like something needs improvement. For example, I would like a weapon shop in the game since making them takes days of recollecting each piece, and when it gets destroyed, you have to repair it which is fine, but so you don’t get weaponless you will have to start making another weapon so when the one you had breaks for the last time, you have another weapon. Also, when you are in peace mode, you shouldn't be able to be fire or be fired from another person. Another thing is that because how hard weapons are some people have more advantage than others when it comes to pvp. And lately, there’s way to many sandstorms in sand castle.
  • Love it

    By Lhtdcxz
    I love the graffitis and have lots of fun
  • Amazing Game!!

    By CrazyMil
    I really like the concept to this game, but I wish the layout of the controls were easier to find. I just think there’s too many buttons and controls. This game is very time consuming and I wish the wolf can attack. Update: I wish that I didn’t have to take out things from my chests to make things.
  • It could be 5 but it needs major improvements

    By AgapeVictoria
    I would concur with the reviews about the pvp and story mode. Let me add to that, everyone in the game looks the same. They have yet to allow skin changes. The gameplay is pretty good but it is starting to become repetitive just like all the other zombie games. The interactions with the dog need to be updated. Weapons, and housing interactions need to be updated. It’s too expensive to top up. I like the game and want to continue to play it but I would like to not run around as a white girl all day. I’m not white and I’m pretty sure a high percentage of the American players are not white either. Also they require you to have a house mate in order to unlock certain interactions. I feel that the roommate options need to be easier to access due to the broadness of how we all meet. The game is a good game but the mall to top up doesn’t have anything worth the purchase outside of the first top up prize. Stuff is entirely too expensive. You all would make more money by making people see sales etc. I hope that you all update the game and add diversity to the game. If not it won’t last long.
  • 4/5: Here’s why

    By Mikelrocks13
    Here’s a review you’ll want to spend a second to skimp over a couple times to make sure you’re honestly ready for this awesome survival mmorpg, that’s right- MMORPG. At first glance this looks like a decent survival game- zombies; crafting, gathering etc. But once you go under the water you realize that this has Camps (essentially guild system), Teams, (4 player parties) and whole other slew of amazing features like cooking food, changing your dogs and your clothing, and so much more, but you’re probably not here to just hear me speak good things on this I’m sure, you definitely saw the title of this review; so let’s take a quick dive as to why this game didn’t get that “5/5 amazing star review”- The Pros: • Multiplayer is amazing and so fluid that it’s almost hard not to wanna join a random stranger on their own journey • Communication is surprisingly well made as well; having an option to hear people while also having a muted mic was a 👌🏽💯 • Crafting is quirky at first but after you learn it- the game is 10 times easier But as you know there can’t always be plus sizes to games The Cons: • Movement and shooting is a little clunky and inaccurate; (solution: I would love for this game to be on console for this sole reason 🙏🏽 most likely a console like Nintendo Switch as their platform is in a way a mobile device and probably would easy to port to) • The microphone is a little bad quality but this can be easily solved if you have a pair of headphones • The last con is that the game is a little bad in graphics, however you can easily change the setting to make the game look like an entire movie- the only downfall to that is you need a really good iPhone
  • Racism

    By rxpi
    No black people to play as
  • Glitchy, Slow

    By Ent333
    Played for about 2 minutes and decided to delete it because of the game it glitchy, doesn’t show instructions on how to play the game. Game is slow at responding to things.
  • LifeAfter is an MMORPG Zombie Survival Shooter Relationship Simulator

    By flying_arrows
    Whew. I have been playing LifeAfter for a couple weeks on my iPad at the writing of this review. So far, I have reached manor rank 4 and am mayor of my very own camp (which is technically a guild with a huge map), and have accumulated a vast amount of resources to build what I need at any given time. My character is cohabiting with another character and we are able to share resources for crafting. However, I sense that I have barely scratched the surface. So, what can I say of LifeAfter? (TL;DR at the end) Pros: + Everything feels attainable. Just take things a step at a time. + This is your story. Roleplayers rejoice. + Great graphics for a mobile game. Right up there with the mobile version of PUBG. (Actually, most of this stuff feels like PUBG) + Different camp specifications. Mine is a Friendly camp! + A player can bring there own crafted ammo boxes, as opposed to having to find ammo in the field. Granted, there are safe havens within the maps that have ammo boxes in case a player did not bring one. + Fast Travel within the camps. + Characters have a e s t h e t i c . For this reviewer, PVP is bad for my heart because of high blood pressure, so I do not frequent it. Suffice to say that I have found it really stressful to walk around Farstar City without a partner watching your back. (To which I highly recommend players to form teams before setting off for any place!) Cons: - Those who do not like the essence of grinding (an MMORPG classic) may or may not feel the drive for this game, as much of the game comprises of collecting materials and using them for some purpose. - Touch Screen controls. While they are customizable to place on the screen, it will happen where one will accidentally attack while just trying turning the screen (because that is where I put my attack button, duh). - There is little explanation for how most stuff works—UNLESS, and I will stress, UNLESS you check out the Wiki page that they have kindly added to the game and read through it. - Some English translation weirdness, but I have accepted it as charm. - While there is fast travel in the camps, one cannot fast travel to the manor of their fellow camper (or at least, if there is a way to do this, I have not discovered it yet). Suggestions? Of course I have some, but I will save it for my email to the devs. TL;DR: It’s a great game and you should try it once *without* comparing it to some other triple A title! Thank you for reading this review. I hope it helps shed some light on the post-apocalyptic world of LifeAfter.