Walking Dead Season 2 teaser

The Walking Dead: The Game – Season 2, the official sequel to 2012′s Game of the Year, has arrived and is now available your iPhone, iPod touch and iPad devices, as well as game consoles and old-school desktops running Microsoft Windows or OS X operating systems.

Based on Robert Kirkman’s award-winning comic books, the game puts you in the shoes of Clementine, a young girl orphaned by the undead apocalypse.

It includes a host of new survivors and locations, with the decisions you made in Season One and in 400 Days affecting your story in Season Two…

From the blurb:

Many months have passed since the events seen in Season One of The Walking Dead, and Clementine is searching for safety. But what can an ordinary child do to stay alive when the living can be just as bad — and sometimes worse — than the dead?

As Clementine, you will be tested by situations and dilemmas that will test your morals and your instinct for survival. Your decisions and actions will change the story around you, in this sequel to 2012’s Game of the Year.

If you’ve already purchased the season, visit your profile page and hit the My Games tab to download the latest installment.

Check out the trailer.

If you pre-order the game now, Telltale will throw in a ten percent discount on the Season Pass on PC and Mac. The desktop edition can be purchased via the Telltale Online Store or through Steam.

The season premiere is also now available for the PlayStation 3 and the Xbox 360.

The iOS edition is a $4.99 download from the App Store.

It’s compatible with the iPhone 4s/iPad 2 and up and requires iOS 6 or newer.

The five-episode series will see the remaining installments released periodically in 2014: Episode 1: All That Remains, Episode 2: A House Divided, Episode 3: In Harm’s Way, Episode 4: Amid the Ruins and Episode 5: No Going Back.

Note you can save 25 percent on additional episodes by purchasing the Multi-Pack [Episodes 2-5 bundle] within the app, in the Episodes menu.

  • Check

    iOS game of the year

  • Scott Curry

    WTF? Already on iOS? I’ve been waiting for this on PSN!

    • Scott Curry

      Of course, like a n00b, I didn’t read the whole article, so ‘oops’

  • David Poghosyan

    The beginning was very hard to watch…

  • Uhhhh

    WTF? It’s a new app? How are they gonna transfer the saves from S1?

    • Flip

      It does a scan and imports the save files from TWD 1

  • Hermès Vainstar Chu

    What! i have to pay for it though it would be a free upgrade after purchasing season 1

    • Nilas_Thomsen

      It’s not an upgrade, it’s a new season and basically a sequal.

    • Thomas Price

      Its a new game. Thats like saying who do I have to pay Pay for Fifa14 when I already bought Fifa13

      • Hermès Vainstar Chu

        yeah i brought both fifa 13 and 14 but i though the new chapters will be additional add ons, its calm i brought the new season. £13 pounds for season 2 on top of season 1 is abit too much.. compared to fifa when its only 69p

  • ✪ aidan harris ✪

    FairPlay TellTale this empty-your-pockets-as-much-as-possible mentality to games must really be making a bunch of money…

    • Berg

      I’m more than happy go pay again. It’s quality and its like what £15-20 for everything? That’s cheaper than the consoles for the exact same thing. You can wait 1 year for it go free if £3 is too expensive for you.

  • jack

    on TWD1 the 1st chapter was free… now this 1st chapter of TWD2 is paid?

    • Nope

      Actually TWD was originally a paid app. It only went free much later.

  • Islay banishing

    How to the hell am I supposed to smash zombie heads in as a little girl??

  • TWD lova

    i alrey got multi pack! i want ep. 2! it shows her seeing somebody ahe thought was dead and i think its Omid

  • Flesh Tuxedo

    If I bought and played through Season 1, but on a different device, and deleted it off of that device, can I still recover my save files on my new iPad?