Devblog 11/23: Update 1.10.3 No time to explain, get on the Chopper and set off! The map has been added with a new site of pilgrimage for fans of fast driving and tremendous road of engine noise – Gas Station. The Gas Station is run by mechanic Jane who loves nothing more than bikes, tools and spare parts. Bring Jane parts required for work and get something appealing in exchange. May it be a blueprint for your new motorcycle? Or a repair kit? Well, it comes down to luck. Your loyal bike now has a home – a garage was added to recipes wherein you can park your bike. In the garage you will be able to fix, repaint and take care of your iron steed. But the coolest thing about it is that there you can learn new types of bikes you manage to find. A tip from an expert: better build the garage near the exit from location to ease pulling out and parking. And now let’s move to the OMG-part: ride your bike on locations, hit every living thing or crash against every dead one, wildly violate road regulations. But don’t get carried away too much, otherwise zombie massacre will result in damage to repair, so keep your temper. Or don’t, because repairs are easy to do in the garage using common spare parts such as bolts or right on the road if you have a repair kit. Alternative energy didn’t have enough time to regain positions from oil producers before the zombie apocalypse, which is why bikes still consume gasoline and you need to refuel them. Besides, so far you can ride only across Forest and Stone locations; if you’re going to the Farm or Bunker A, you’ll have to foot it. Apart from the good-old Chopper, the game will be added with Off-road, Military and Police bikes. They all are pretty awesome, but differ in durability, speed, fuel consumption, tank volume and capacity. You can try to wheedle the blueprint of an Off-road bike out of badass Jane, get to Bunker A to obtain the blueprint of a Military bike for red coupons and a floppy disk, and the coveted recipe of a Police bike will be yours only after you tear wave 99 to shreds at the Police station and wrest the blueprint out of a zombie’s stiff hands. Once wave 99 is destroyed and the police bike is opened, you can loot blueprints for upgrading the bike from an Inspector crate for Inspector cards. So, as you can tell, no wave 99 – no snazzy motorbike. Now let’s go for new bikes! See ya! Dear iOS users, the update will be available in the App Store in 2-3 days. Thanks for your support!