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Rebuild 2

rated 4.53 / 5 stars
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Oct 13, 2011 | 5:42 AM EDT
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After much blood, sweat and tears, you can play this game on an iPad 2 now, with exclusive bonus content to boot. $2.99 in the <a href=" .com/us/app/rebuild/id478 523928?ls=1&mt=8m&partner Id=30&s=143455&siteID=YJr 1Q3EGDzk-HTD63wsG_VXnUfZW f0xYHg">iTunes App Store</a>.

The sequel to my first game Rebuild! There are new buildings, plotlines, characters, customizable survivors with skills and equipment, new & improved art and hidden endings to find.

I took a crapload of suggestions from Newgrounds and other sites to improve on every little part of the original game. It was a lot of work, but I feel like this game is the Rebuild that was meant to be. I hope you agree!



Rated 5 / 5 stars

The church is evil!

Do not let them get the church (SPOILIERS) everyone goes off to become a chosen one aka zombie and no one is left to defend

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


okay, I -was- going to tack off a few points because you advertise dead frontier, which although it has it's good points, sacrificed the best game features in their transition to 3d. that pissed me right off that did. . . however that's not your fault.

Anyhow as for your game, it has it's moments of being better than the first, but there are some aspects that i liked better from the first, such as scouting missions actually having a danger level. It's more realistic. Sure if someone sneaks around they might not be seen, but still there's a chance there's something creeping up behind em. Removing the zombiesprites did cut back on a little of the lag like the first had, but i was still sad to see them go. The map's a wee bit smaller than the two towers 12 X 12, but there are more story elements, more realistic characters, and a few plot twists that overcompensate for the loss of those other features. The music this time was less like an infested simcity, and more like a walking dead episode, although there's no real sway either way there as both were pretty cool, i thought i'd mention it anyhow.

I noticed a lot of my survivors were northways.

The buttons on the initial start screen, and some of the others in game had text either much smaller than the button space, or much larger. I changed the quality a couple times to see if that helped and they vanished completely. I'd have liked to see some customizeable outfits for at the very least the starting character rather than simply pasting random faces on a suit and tie, but that's not really a major loss nor does it affect the gameplay, simply add more of a custom feel to the ready-made character.

I played it for hours just to see how much different it was, and i rather liked the skill training, as well as the equipable items (including that kitty i got from the merchant who tried to buy one of my female survivors before i stopped trading with him >:O. . .)


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Lots of great improvements.

A lot of fun and replay value, like the first game.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Epically fun.

Though I must say it gets very hard to do anything when everyone is celebrating because of the freakin' Church of the Chosen ones, along with everyone killing themselves because they are, "Chosen" xD

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Much more satisfying sim

I found original Rebuild just yesterday, and am pleased that this new game significantly improves the tension during the endgame. I never felt that I had enough resources to feel really safe. I also liked the Church of the Chosen Ones storyline added to the game - those details brought me into the claustrophobic lifestyle of my little post-apocalyptic community.

My only two complaints are that the game played sluggishly on my computer and the overaggressive marketing for another game. Though my pc isn't top-flight any more, it's usually been plenty good enough for older strategy games & simulations (Sempron 2800+, 2 G ram). But after I'd set Rebuild 2 to full-screen I could watch the focus trail slowly after my mouse, and zombie attacks were particularly slow, failing to register my clicks and double-clicks for several seconds. Sometimes I even lost control of scrolling over the city, because the program became so slow to register my mouse drag events. I think I still want to play the game again in spite of this poor performance, but if the programmer were able to optimize the game further it would be even more satisfying for players with less generous hardware.

My second complaint, which is really a minor quibble, is that I felt irritated by the constant reminder of the sponsor's game. The promotion appeared to imply the sponsor was expecting me to become bored with this game at any moment and would appreciate the suggestion to leave for a different game. I appreciate the support the sponsor undoubtedly provided the developer, but I'd feel better towards them if their referral link was reserved for a 'other games' selection off the main menu.