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Mar 20, 2012 | 11:22 AM EDT

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Clean up the city from hordes of zombies!

Recon territories, destroy enemies, capture factories and towers, upgrade weapons and abilities.

Capture and pump up each area.

Control scheme #1:
* Use your mouse to move and aim.
* SPACE - hold position.
* WS - decrease/increase the distance.
* AD - strafe around the cursor.

Control scheme #2:
* WASD/Arrows to move.
* Mouse to aim.

You can change control scheme at the Map.

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btp7777btp7777

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 6, 2012

I love using the tower


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stoutebeesstoutebees

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 6, 2012

simply awsum!!!!! i had a blast!!! lol cant wait for the next one!!!!



MrBKMrBK

Rated 4 / 5 stars August 6, 2012

Good game. Horrible game dialogue but very well done game.


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GermanyballGermanyball

Rated 4 / 5 stars July 25, 2012

I like this. Like the guy below me said, though, the whole top down zombie shooter is a tad old by this point, but even if you ignore the premise it's still a great game.

I personally couldn't warp my playstyle to work with the odd standard control scheme, but it's definitely interesting, and there will never be a day when I say "New and Interesting" are bad things.

It really boils down to the quest system, which is what separates this from a lot of the other zombie shooters out there. The quests are simple, yet challenging once you get into it a bit, and that, for me, makes a good game.


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LULZ64LULZ64

Rated 3 / 5 stars July 24, 2012

Another top-down game on Newgrounds about the zombie apocalypse, not really new. Even though it's been done before, there's enough extra content to make it feel fresh.

A nice feature that was in the game, was the ability to switch between reasonable control schemes. The first control scheme (which I think was recommended) was a comfortable setup where W and S controls the distance between the reticule and the player, while A and D are more like "Strafe" keys. The other setup was a traditional WASD control scheme, the more familiar one. Obviously, the majority of players probably chose that one.

The game also adds on a "Job" feature, similar to a game on the IOS devices called "Nightworld". Sadly, the jobs aren't really "new" to gaming, so you'll see a lot of generic missions.