Fallout Shelter
Fallout Shelter
A Better Lift, Underground
4.5 Review



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March 3, 2021




March 3, 2021


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Fallout Shelter is a free-to-play simulation video game developed by Bethesda Game Studios, with assistance by Behaviour Interactive, and published by Bethesda Softworks. It was announced as a free-to-play game in the Fallout series for iOS, Android, Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch, Microsoft Windows and Tesla Arcade on June 14, 2015, at Bethesda's E3 2015 press conference. Fallout Shelter puts you in control of a state-of-the-art underground Vault from Vault-Tec. Build the perfect Vault, keep your Dwellers happy, and protect them from the dangers of the Wasteland.

How to play

Fallout Shelter is a simulation game in which the player runs a Vault-Tec Corporation vault as the overseer. As the overseer, one controls all of the vault's functions including power, food, water, and the number of vault dwellers.



Create a brighter future…underground! Select from a variety of modern-day rooms to turn an excavation beneath 2,000 feet of bedrock into the very picture of Vault Life.



Get to know your Dwellers and lead them to happiness. Find their ideal jobs and watch them flourish. Provide them with outfits, weapons, and training to improve their abilities.


Turn worthless junk into useful items with Crafting! Customize the look of any dweller in the Barbershop.



A well-run Vault requires a variety of Dwellers with a mix of skills. Build a Radio Room to attract new Dwellers. Or, take an active role in their personal lives; play matchmaker and watch the sparks fly!



Send Dwellers above ground to explore the blasted surface left behind and seek adventure, handy survival loot, or unspeakable death. Find new armor and weapons, gain experience, and earn Caps. But don’t let them die!



From time to time, idyllic Vault life may be disrupted by the dangers of post-nuclear life. Prepare your Dwellers to protect against threats from the outside…and within.


Get started building your Vault today for FREE!

Editors' Review

Fallout Shelter ©Copyright by Gamdise Do not Reproduce. By JoJo


I recently got hooked on Fallout Shelter, an American comic-style simulation game. Leaving aside the gameplay, I was deeply attracted by its settings. Fallout Shelter is clearly set in the aftermath of a nuclear explosion, and the world is shrouded in a shadow of radiation. So at the beginning of the game, we hear a very weird and heavy sound effect, plus the gray graphics of the old movie, it is lifeless. And in fact, the world in the game has indeed fallen into despair, in order to reduce the damage caused by radiation, the survivors had to build shelters in the limited space under the ground. Nuclear apocalypse has happened and you have become the overseer of a Vault, a giant underground shelter that keeps people safe from the radiation and the wasteland. Your job is to keep your people happy, expand your vault and upgrade your dwellers until they become the best they can be.


The presentation of the game is very simple but charming. Putting you in the role of an overseer is an interesting change from other fallout games because while you won't be doing terrifying experiments like in other shelters, you can take care of your own group of people, and you can even Name them! Each of your dwellers is a cartoon-like 2D sprite that bears a striking resemblance to Vault-Tec's mascot, the Vault Boy. The characters are rendered in a 3D background that fully models each new room you build and allows them to move in all 3D spaces. It’s a strange look when you first see it but then you grow to love it as it allows you to see much more detail in your vault and the character sprites help to keep it simple and maintain a very familiar Fallout look.


The essential gameplay is resource management, where you need to balance power, food and water while also trying to steadily increase the size of your vault and its population. To advance the simulation, the size of the vault needs to be increased by adding and upgrading new rooms, each with its own function, and then adding dwellers to run each room. Fallout Shelter contains 23 buildable rooms that can be unlocked by increasing the number of dwellers. Each room built starts on the first level and can be upgraded through the cap to the third level. Each room requires specific special skills to operate at peak efficiency. Using a production room such as a generator will generate and maintain more power when upgraded, but production will take longer unless more efficient dwellers are assigned there. A room can also be merged by placing an identical room next to it. The merged room is larger, takes longer to produce supplies, and costs more to upgrade, but is also more efficient. Rooms must also be of the same tier to merge and will automatically merge when built next to each other.


Vault dwellers are an essential part of the game and are required for: operating production rooms, reproducing, protecting the vault from raider and deathclaw attacks and scavenging the wasteland. All your inhabitants have special stats for the main Fallout games, representing Strength, Perception, Stamina, Charisma, Intelligence, Agility and Luck. These abilities correspond to how efficient the inhabitants are in a given room, so let them guide you on where to assign them to work. Strength increases the production of power plants, Perception helps with water treatment facilities, Stamina helps them survive longer in the wasteland, Charisma helps them reproduce faster in their living quarters and attract new followers via radio stations, Intelligence helps produce Stimpaks and RadAway, and Agility helps produce food in the dining room and garden.


Fallout Shelter is free-to-play, which means you can offer real currency for in-game items. Unlike other free-to-play games that rely on microtransactions, Fallout Shelter doesn't limit your progress if you don't invest. fallout shelter does something different from other free-to-play games. It doesn't make you wait for more resources to become available. However, if you want to enhance the gameplay, you can buy some small items that are worth their weight in gold. But how much money you put into the game is entirely up to you. Overall, it is a fun time-waster, especially if you are playing on a train or bus. Try the game out it’s free! What’s not to love.


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