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Dead Frontier: Outbreak 2

rated 4.32 / 5 stars
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Adventure - Other

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Mar 14, 2010 | 7:14 AM EDT
  • Frontpaged March 17, 2010
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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!

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



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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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.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I died, but didn't get a gameover

It's about right when you clear the mall and are driving back home. (yeah, I was able to get this far on my first try) My car started to malfunction, I made the mistake of getting out of my car to try to fix it. Even though I clearly had picked up the soon-to-be-dead woman's pistol from the mall earlier, I was out of ammo to shoot the farmer zombie. I was told he tore open my windpipe with his teeth. Yet in the next scene I arrive home victorious. I'm guessing something went wrong and I should of got the game over screen.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


This was a very interesting game, great story, good graphics and sounds, and I thoroughly enjoyed the ability to choose my own path. On a side note however, I do wish there were more options available depending on the objects/choices you make in game. All-in-all I loved it. Great work.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Well kept game. I enjoyed the storyline., These types of games are what I most enjoy on this site. Very rare. But a nice change of pace. I did notice some grammatical errors, but sometimes those can't be helped. But still grammar does not way out more than your ewxcellent script.
I loved playing every second of this game