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Dead Frontier: Outbreak 2

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Mar 14, 2010 | 7:14 AM EDT
  • Frontpaged March 17, 2010
  • Daily 2nd Place March 15, 2010
  • Weekly 5th Place March 17, 2010

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Here is part 2. We've made a few improvements over the previous version:

- The story actually changes based on your actions rather than just giving you a score.
- Added some improved artwork
- Sound effects for certain actions
- A more interesting story (at least I think so :))

Hope you like it!

Programming - Neil Yates
Writing - Ian Yates
Voice acting - Jesse Hopkins
Artwork - Greg Taylor
Music - Brodie Bowie



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Yet again...

You did awesome! As the resident zombie survival expert in my area, I would say that this game is as close as you can get.

I got a double Yes and an A and A+.

Can't give this enough stars. It is favorited.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Oh shi-

Apparently I'm a rank E monster person :o


Rated 5 / 5 stars

i like it dude

i like the game it has more like if your in a world where zombies outbreak exits to see if you get it right or not. If NOT... then you die from a horrorble death if you get it wrong. I got my score its B and B and "yes" and "yes" but i don't want to ruin your fun for this game with me talking so have fun playing the game its great ^.^. oh and thx to

Programming - Neil Yates
Writing - Ian Yates
Voice acting - Jesse Hopkins
Artwork - Greg Taylor
Music - Brody Bowie

for makeing this voice acting game.

P.S. for the people who hate me i'm sorry i was a jerk i hope you can forgive me.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Epic game!

Awesome work again guys! Top notch entertainment!

@ Dragonette489

Thats not a lisp. Its called a raspy voice. Usually meant to depict a feeling of mystery and adventure , and manliness..hell yeah heh

A lisp is as you hear it said "lis-sp" unintentional "sss"..usually from a lazy muscle that was deadened on one side of the lips..cant be helped usually, but I hear one can get speech therepy lessons to correct it. A few actors did this I think. My best friend has this, spent money on therepy but got lazy with practice and you can sometimes stil ehar her lisp a bit..but I found it a cute quirk. yummy friend hehe

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

awesome but...

kinda sounds like the dudes got a lisp, just wondering if that could be fixed?