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Here is part 2. We've made a few improvements over the previous version:

- The story actually changes based on your actions rather than just giving you a score.
- Added some improved artwork
- Sound effects for certain actions
- A more interesting story (at least I think so :))

Hope you like it!

Credits:
Programming - Neil Yates
Writing - Ian Yates
Voice acting - Jesse Hopkins
Artwork - Greg Taylor
Music - Brodie Bowie

Reviews


CoboticCobotic

Rated 5 / 5 stars

brilliant Game

great game, love the zombie stuff. only problem I encountered was when I was driving *spoiler alert* down the side road near the end and a infected jumpe out the bush, it said it bit into my throat and tore out my wind pipe, but then the next side said i made it bake o.o

i liked the part were you were speaking and sounding like u turned on a light while doing the voice acting xD

to conclude, great game, barely any problems, keep it up!


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BerderBerder

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Fun story

Very realistic. There's just one thing I disagree with: when you're in the car facing a huge mob of zombies, just gunning the engine and plowing through them would work. Consider this:

1. Your car has, let's say, a 200 horsepower engine. How many people would it take to defeat a single horse in an all-out tug of war, with no tricks or scaring the horse? Probably at least 5 or 6 people. And you've got an engine as powerful as 200 horses.
2. When you hit the zombies, let's say you're doing 70 mph (it could be faster depending on how much space you had to accelerate) and the car weighs 5000 lbs (which is typical for a car). And let's say these are husky zombies that weigh 200 lb each, so your car weighs 25 times as much as a zombie. So just your initial momentum could hurl away 100 zombies at 17 mph each, ignoring the power of your engine and the fact that you're constantly accelerating in between hitting zombies.

I mean, if by "huge mob" you mean 1000 zombies all stacked shoulder to shoulder on the road, then it's possible that they could slow the car to a stop. But for any reasonable amount of zombies, like 100 or 200, you'd have no problem whatsoever. If any limbs got caught in the wheel wells the engine would just rip them apart, it's 200 horsepower after all. Most zombies would just go flying over the top of the car.


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TealcLOLTealcLOL

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Yes, Yes, A, A :)

I've beaten both this one and the first one and love them both. I noticed two errors though. In the 2nd to last scene when you first arrive with antibiotics, the voice-over reads the final scene's text instead of the text that is on the screen at the time. The second error was when you were in the mall. One of the sentences was read twice. I forget where though. It was when you were with the group of survivors, either before or after you left to fix the generator. Besides that, it was fun and I hope see a third. I'm also a gold member on Dead Frontier and love that game even more. I still think the voice-over guy sounds like McRape though.


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OroanOroan

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Loved it

Wonderful. From the point where you could choose what you were going to wear, I was already pretty sure this would be neat. I like how the good choices made sense. The crowbar ROCKS as well it should.

I can actually feel like there is a reason to play through this. I love how using the gun is some serious bad juju. So many people like blasting the damn things (these people are good for nothing more than zombie bait) when you should you your best to not even be noticed, just like the goal in this game. Hurray for making me actually consider what my choices on this would be.


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ErichoEricho

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Pretty strange

I do not think I have ever played a game like this, in that there is not much to play with. I liked the graphics and all, but not seeing them in movement was kind of weird. As I am not a fan of point and click adventures, I do not really like these kinds of games. Of course, I do play those hentai games that have the same format. I guess that when zombies are concerned, I really enjoy just shooting the living daylights out of them. I think this format works more if you wanted to make a story flash instead of a game.