LifeAfter is a free-to-play action survival game with role-playing elements that combines the action of PUBG with the crafting of Minecraft. LifeAfter is set in a post-apocalyptic world and your objective is to survive as long as you can. This will involve exploring, scavenging, and crafting while dealing with the zombies that lurk everywhere.
Cheats, Tips and Strategy
Below is a collection of hints and tips that will help you to progress in the game. These include the changing of weather conditions affects your survivor and how to reclaim backpack items when you die. As well as these hints and tips we also have a mini-guide here which goes into more details on some of the tips we have below:
Cooking food recipes can give your survivor certain benefits. Check out our What are the Food Recipes page to find out what these benefits are.
Avoid Colds and Frostbite
The weather in LifeAfter pays an important factor as extreme conditions can affect the health of your survivor. If it is raining and your survivor catches a cold they will be severely slowed down and unable to sprint. During the evening hours when it gets bitterly cold you will need to have a torch to help your survivor keep warm otherwise your character runs the risk of getting frostbite which will deplete their HP.
Research New Items
Collect Blueprints so you are able to research new items and add them to your inventory. Check out our How to Get Blueprints page to find out the different ways you can obtain them.
Recover Backpack Items
If your character dies you will respawn either on a random location or at home but without the items in your backpack. Either way if you are quick you have the chance to reclaim your items by visiting the place your character died in their last life. This location will be marked as a backpack icon on the mini-map.
You can restore the health (HP) of your character when it is low by using a bed. You can either craft a bed yourself using the material bench or try and get one for free by exploring the cabin area.
Repair your Weapons and Tools
It is important that you constantly repair your gears (armour, melee weapons, and tools) as their durability decreases over a period of time and if it reaches 0 the gear will disappear altogther. Check out our Crafting the Repair Bench page to find out how you can solve this problem.
Using bandages will enable your character to increase their HP if it is low. Bandages can be crafted using Hemp which can be obtained in the Wilderness.
Trudging vast expanses with zombies lurking everywhere to reach a destination the other side of the map is dangerous. Check out our How to Fast Travel page to learn how you can do this quickly and safely.
You can assign your dog as a guard to let you know when there are zombies in the area. You must remember to feed it otherwise it will be in a bad mood and will not follow your commands. You can improve the mood of your dog by feeding it bones, meat, milk, watermelon, milk, and vegetables.
Get the UZI SMG
Craft this weapon as soon as you can. It is a useful weapon to have when you are being attacked by multiple zombies. Check out our How to Craft the UZI SMG Early
We hope these tips help you out in the game, but for further help, try our beginners guide, we also have some FAQs for LifeAfter, you can also submit your own questions there for other players to answer.