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Apr 21, 2010 | 2:14 PM EDT
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The zombies have returned and once again you're put behind the barricades the fight off the undead. There's no escape, fight and try to save the village!

Use the [1 .. 6] numeric keys to select a weapon. Mouse-click to use the selected weapon.



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars April 23, 2010

Played it all the way through...

Hmm-- I played it all the way through, but not because it was terribly fun or difficult. I did it to see how far exploiting the lack of a universal cooldown on your weapons could get me through the game.

See, if you switch weapons after each hit, you can use the weapons faster-- each weapon has a cooldown (time after the damage is dealt until you can initiate an attack with the same weapon again) and a warm-up (time between the initiation of the attack and the time when damage is dealt). By switching weapons, you can get rid of the cooldown-- keep in mind that you don't get rid of the warm-up. In other words, the sickle and another weapon can be switched back and forth rapidly to attack often, but you can't use the lightsaber and another weapon, as the lightsaber has a long warm-up (and almost no warm-up). Since you can use the melee weapons as if they were ranged weapons, it is stupid to concern yourself with ammo conservation-- stick with the melee weapons. I easily beat the game with plenty of money to spare by using fully upgraded chainsaw/sickle combination for targeting tough oponents and using the lightsaber for large slow clusters of enemies.

As I said above, the easy fix for this exploit is to have a universal cooldown-- for example-- swinging the axe would trigger the cooldown timer for all the weapons. If that's too much trouble, simply make all the weapons have the same warm-up period and the exploitation loses most of it's use.

Otherwise... seen this game before-- this is only slightly more playable than the last time you made it.

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Rated 3 / 5 stars April 23, 2010

it inst bad...

but it gets old too fast, just point at the zombies and hit left key a lot.

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Rated 3 / 5 stars April 23, 2010

Another zombie game

A semi decent one at that. While zombies are fun, if you can't really bring anything new to the plate, don't bother.

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Rated 3 / 5 stars April 23, 2010

What the hell?

There is a HUGE BUG in the last level. When I kill all the zombies, there is always one or more of them, that can't be killed, but they can kill me. When I quit to the menu, their animations are still in the background.

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Rated 2.5 / 5 stars April 22, 2010

a sign of lowered standards for sure

bad: repetitive, ugly, un-original, boring.
good: the music was tolerable for once, even conducive to the type of game almost, you have upgrades and a lot of them even.

try to make it look nice and not like a low budget flash game, your graphics could have been worse though, think of some ways to add a bit more interest to it - maybe... zombies with a cash prize on their head but they're gone quick? maybe they could drop points if you kill a lot in a "combo" type thing or something? - and really work on polishing it, as it stands it's firmly mediocre nothing you'll play for more than an hour even in the most extreme cases (if you even play past 5-10 minutes) but nothing exceptionally bad either.

i suppose the real problem is this game gets your attention and then throws it in the trash like it didn't want it to begin with.

good luck with this for future versions.

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