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Jun 20, 2011 | 9:11 PM EDT

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Zombie Break-in is a flash take on the COD zombies that fps gamers have known to love. Stop zombies from breaking in on an endless zombie rampage with 18 different guns to choose from and many different power-ups and upgrades. Kill the zombies, buy guns off the wall, collect power-ups, unlock rooms and buy upgrades.

WASD - Movement
SPACE - Melee / buy
Mouse - Aim
Left click - Shoot
Shift - Sprint (hold down)
G - Throw grenade (hold down to cook)
E - Switch weapon
R - Reload



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Alright Game


Gameplay and design
- Overall game play is ok, and as there is no end, it gets a bit monotonous.
- I didn't find the grenades of much use. Perhaps a larger blast radius to offset their lack of accuracy. Early in the game, I found the shotgun was most useful, and later, it was the Lupara II, followed by the M60. Most of the other weapons weren't much use. Melee needs some more upgrades. The sword just doesn't cut it after a while (no pun intended).
- Game felt a but punishing when you die. Player could be in big trouble if they are far in the game then get killed, lose all their stuff, and don't have much money. Consider at least letting the player keep the weapons.
- I do like how the player heals on his own, and there is no need to worrk about picking up health packs.
Needs more enemy types.
- Is the super health and durability items supposed to help you last longer? If so, it doesnt seem like it. :\
- Pause and mute options were a good idea.
- In addition to a manual reload, consider having the player's character reload automatically, when ammo is exhausted.
- You should add a screen that explains what the items do. Some of them are easy to figure out, while others, not so much.
- Consider, adding sounds for item pickup, taking damage, dying, killing zombies, and opening doors. It gets monotonous just listening to guns and clicks.
- Would like to see a speed power-up to increase my character's movement speed.

Graphics and audio
- The background "hum" was a nice, subtle touch. If the game had some tune, I would have suggested that the music and sounds can be muted separately, but the hum is cool. (:
- Regarding the graphics:
1) find free graphics online;
2) if you made these, beef up your drawing skills; or
3) find yourself an artist to collab with (or a better artist)

- The sound of the Browning and M60 is too loud. So loud that it's clipping.

- Consider adding the arrow keys for movement for left-handed players. I'm right-handed, so WASD keys work better for me, but I'm sure lefties might like using arrow keys.

Other notes
- The HUD elements should not interfere with in-game play. In other words, when I click the Q icon to change quality, my character shouldn't be firing a shot.
- Collision is a bit glitchy. Sometimes, my character gets stuck around the edges of doors / opened passages, where it looks like nothing is blocking him. You can duplicate this by walking diagonally against the first a closed door to the left.

Cool game, just remove the gauntlet-style play, and add some variety and balance the gameplay a little more.

- Ziro out.

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Very Addicting

It's awesome how you made it kinda like Black Ops, but like what others said make your own game of your own imagination! Great job hope to play more games like this! I might make one zombie type game too, but i don't really know much

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Rated 3 / 5 stars

Good concept, OK gameplay, not so good graphics.

The gameplay is pretty good, though losing everything and having to start over is a bit... troublesome. The concept is good- it was pretty fun to play. The graphics were not that good. You should try to improve them.

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