The Walking Dead Season 2 MOD APK is an Offline story based adventure game from TellTale games. Its a sequel to the 2012’s most anticipated Android game The Walking dead. Following the story of clementine a young girl. This story will touch your hear deeply. First episode available free in the play store but from Andropalace you can get The Walking Dead Season Two MOD APK with all the DLC Episodes unlocked.
This is a true story.Not the game, but what I’m about to tell you. I’m sitting in the theater, they’re showing the previews of upcoming movies…and one of them actually turns out to be a video
game. I mean, not that you could tell, it didn’t show any gameplay whatsoever andit used every single movie trailer cliche imaginable. But sure enough, it was a video game.When it’s over, my friend looks at me and says, “That looks like the worst movie ever.” And that’s what video games are now. They’re like Rachel Leigh Cook in She’s All That. They think they need to be something else to be the pretty girl, when in fact, they were already very attractive. But no, video games think they need to be movies for people to like them.
I can count on my hands…how many video games I’ve played that have told stories worth remembering. Honestly, even good games often have lousy stories filled with plot holes, and bad writing, and shallow characters…and that crap gets in the way of what video games should deliver. That being fun gameplay. So it’s a pretty sad state of affairs. Kind of makes me want to cry, but guess what. Only one video game has ever made me cry. And that’s The Walking Dead. This is a video game with a story worth remembering. In fact, this is a game with a story you won’t forget.
So this is season two of The Walking Dead—all five downloadable episodes released.And it picks up shortly after the events of the first season, in which we were introduced to a little girl named Clementine. A little girl who’s journey has prompted a more emotional reaction from me than any other video game character, probably ever. But here’s the thing, I don’t want to talk about it. One, because I’m trying to get over it, and two, because I don’t want to spoil it. Seriously, you guys, if you haven’t played it…go get season one right now. These episodes only take about 90 minutes a piece. And when you finish one, it’s impossible not to start the next one.