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Full house 5 Points Have a full team of 6 soldiers.
Leader 5 Points Survive first 7 waves.
Scrooge 10 Points Gather 10000$
The end 50 Points Complete Game.
Wolf brigade 50 Points Don't loss any soldier until wave 30 (without loading game).

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Your squad was sent into the infected zone as a recon mission. However, things went haywire
and your transport vehicle was damaged. Can you survive long enough
to repair your car or will you perish under the constant assualt of the infected?
Objective:
Try to fix your car while maintaining a perimeter in the city. Get out of there as quickly as possible
time is of the essence

*Aditional art by Zedox and Yorel :)

Reviews


maybeifimaybeifi

Rated 5 / 5 stars March 8, 2012

great game once its played through a bit


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stixs4321stixs4321

Rated 2 / 5 stars March 7, 2012

I really want to like this game because it has so much potential!

A zombie rts/rpg game which is just crippled by poor controls and even poorer directions.
First off I had no idea what any of the stats really did until the third time trying the game. Upgrading certain stats is a waste of time because only one matters, agility because it allows you to get long ranged rapid firing rifles and let your people run fast. The others can be a waste of time in the beginning.

Does the difficulty setting change anything other than the amount of money I start with? It may or it may not but from what I could tell it didn't do much of a difference other than money. When I play a game and find it too hard on normal I'll drop down to easy and usually be able to beat the game with less frustration but that doesn't happen in this.

The shop menu is a bit sensitive. I thought there were only two items for the accessories but soon discovered that I didn't click on the down button properly. I also have no idea how much of a bonus some items gave to accuracy or intellect or whatever. The shop menu overall seemed sloppy with the way it scrolled down and displayed things.

The tutorial across the screen! First time playing I saw those tutorial tips for 30waves then I pressed a button that it was describing its use and it went away then it told me I had objectives to complete! I had no idea that was even the point of the game so I was quite surprised!

Barricades! Barricades! For the life of me I couldn't find it like a drunk driver looking for his trunk popper and accidentally popping his hood and fuel cap thinking it was the trunk! I would've taken a fuel cap or hood popping but instead I got nothing except frustration.

Turrets? How the hell do I hack that so I can use it? Hmm maybe I'll check out the guide but nope even that fails to explain anything on the matters.

Great effort, I did enjoy the game somewhat but in the end it lacked direction, controls and kept me in the mist of what the hell was going on and why.


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thekipper3thekipper3

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars March 7, 2012

The game's alright, but the fact that you have to have a soldier looting boxes to get money is annoying, also the way that you don't control much of anything, you tell a soldier what to do, they wait a second or two then do it. But the one thing that is really annoying me the most is when they keep saying "Take strategical position" Strategical isn't a word! if you said take strategic or a strategic it wouldn't be nearly as annoying, but the fact that they say it over and over, and they aren't even saying a word is annoying as heck.


dovganovskiy responds:

Looting was the only Special feature in this game. If you want only shooting - try this http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/498545


xxnitramxxxxnitramxx

Rated 3 / 5 stars March 7, 2012

This game can be very good

it has a lot of potential, an RTS with RPG elements + zombies + soldiers is a great idea, i have nothing else more to say about the good part of it

but the bad part starts with the music, it doesn't fit, is a good soundtrack, but repetitive and is just not fitting well, also, the caracters animations and sprites are pretty choppy, still, i see you tryed, still haven't found any bug, but the soldier cant shoot to a place hes not aiming unless a zombie attack him, that really bothered me, also, i saw a soldier cant shoot if another soldier/s is in front of him, this make this a bit realistic but can get annoying, when i chequed "radar" i though it was just an upgrade, not a menu screen, i was dissapointing there, about how you couldn't expand the screens you see at the same time.

so far, i haven't passed the first part (wave 10) but i am sure there are some things you could fix in this game, like maybe the plot, in the plot you must cheq if there is any civilian contact on the city and also find out where is the super soldier infected with the virus and obviusly, kill him, still, the first part for example is about fixing your car.... i mean..... i can't find kind of words about how this game has so much power and i am dissapointed with it.... but i see you are not an online games companyes that just dont give a shit the bugs or things they could fix, you are human and i am sure you read the reviews of your game, if you read this, please fix those smalls scratches the game have.

In case you notice some grammar mistake, please forgive me, i am not a native english speaker.


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dovganovskiy responds:

There is only 62 unique waves in a game ... So you was not so far from the eclipse


WickedSidWickedSid

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars March 7, 2012

Firstly, the controls are adequate. there are no issues with "poor AI" because it relies primarily on the players intelligence. The AI isn't stupid, it's just reliant on the player to make split second decisions. Pausing every time something pops up is a good idea. pausing frequently in fact is a good idea.

The Turret is practically useless, even early on. It'd be much better if there was a way to upgrade it or something. give it a life bar instead of being turned off as soon as a zombie gets close enough, being damaged and shut down. Making it repairable and slightly upgradeable, or more accurate would fix the problems with it.

It's a little slow paced but that's not much of a problem either. I did find it annoying being unable to cancel commands after they've been made (particularly trying to re-position only to find that the next wave happens to be massing right in a spot where i'm sending a guy). I also found it a little annoying that i had to restart to get the medals. restart a few times actually. Technically i should have them all, but i don't yet. One more reset should correct this.

This design is unlike anything I've seen in flash games, it has elements from several games, but the way they're mashed in makes it quite unique. It's a very good game with a few minor (not fatal as some reviews suggest) flaws. If you have trouble playing, try pausing frequently with the spacebar, and planning out your actions. it's a real time strategy but if you need time to plan, do that. Pausing also brings up a grid which makes it easier to perform actions seeing as movement is grid based. If your soldiers aren't listening, maybe you're not giving them commands they recognize. Also i have no issue having someone attack while looting. simply pause when an enemy is in range, click the person to attack, and attack. make sure no one is in their line of sight. This takes some strategic placement of members and select skills. I personally keep one or two soldiers in the front line, and have everyone else looting and repairing the truck. it seems to work fine that way, and once the one or two soldiers in the front protecting key points are leveled to vindicators and power armor, swap them out for two more, but keep someone in backup in the middle of the lower part of the map (for ambushes and long range backup of the front line near the turret) while the less skilled guys keep cover by the front line to get some exp. You don't need to sit there and specialize guys in looting. Just get everyones strength to ten, then their intelligence, then their agility. that way you can have everyone looting, and just switch out the ones that get damaged with fresh meat once the zombie soldiers start attacking. Biokits and goggles help for the front line guys, while good old laptops and hazard suits work just fine for the back end guys who're looting.

in the end it's all about strategy. if you have one, this games easy, even on hard mode (which is what i prefer)

Also, idk if there are any benefits to picking hard mode aside it being harder. It'd be pretty cool if there were (such as loot bonuses, or more zed)


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dovganovskiy responds:

This is the best comment :)