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Zombies Took My Daughter!

rated 4.39 / 5 stars
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Jul 18, 2010 | 11:16 AM EDT

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-A randomly generated city is created everytime you play, so you will never play the exact same game twice! Find clues to your daughter's location, and save her from the zombie infested city.

-30+ weapons, including axes, baseball bats, handguns, submachine guns, rifles, a chainsaw, a rocket launcher, and a variety of other weapons!

-Procedural side quests, including rescuing fellow survivors, eliminating fugitives, and collecting supplies.

-Simple controls: left/right arrow to move, up to interact, spacebar to fire, c to change weapons, x to throw a rope ladder.



Rated 5 / 5 stars


this game must be the best zombie minigame i've ever played its beautiful everything its just gold dude ... and i mean it


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

After Three or Four Plays

I really liked this game. I found the story to be engaging (though I haven't found the virus yet) and the rest of the pieces seemed to come together nicely.

I discovered in my playing that even though a place might be "100%" searched the areas in side the windows would still have informations. That might solve the reason behind people not finding the daughter.

I too found close combat not as good as the ranged. I had to be in the right place at the right time. Although I did keep one on me when I ran out of ammo. I found my favorite weapon to be the combat rifle (for ammo) and the revolver (for its perceived stopping power). I found missing to be somewhat frustrating but with quick movements I was able to find it not much of a problem.

I love the side missions. Especially killing fugitives.

Story: Fun, something that fits well into the setting (zombies) and while its been done before the search and rescue mission is one of the most difficult in a zombie infestation.

Gameplay: Up arrow for going down was a bit to get use to. The stealth mode messed me up when I was getting use to the up arrow and I didn't find any real use for it. If I did find a use I'm sure it would have been cool. I preferred running for my life though. The rest of the controls were easy to use and fun. I'm an arrow keys man compared to WASD.

Graphics: On my slower than normal computer I found the graphics engaging and enjoyable. There was more than enough detail and I really enjoyed the art design.

Sound: I found it all fit together.

I didn't have an glitches or problems with my games. I do wish I found the virus though. Thanks for the fun game!

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Very fun

but i could have done without the part where even if i swing my weapon in mi air, its hp goes down, although this didnt really effect my rating

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Review And Tip For Players

Hello Nerdork,
First off I'd like to say a great game it is, not just because it's a Zombie game, but because of the story music and graphics. The controls and glitches really took away though. Though the zombie part did help a lot.

Start off with the story: I know that the finding your daughter/son/child(ren) has been done quite a bit, but you where able to make it your own. I thought I was looking for a little girl but when I found her (the 4th time though) She was an Adult/Teen. You even added some extra to it with the virus to make it a well rounded story, not just saving the girl. Also on that note with the survivors, I like how not every one of them had a gun, it was hard keeping those stupid ones alive, but it was fun if you went in a circle and got all of them, you where like an invincible group.

Music: Perfectly fit here I believe, with the rain and the sad music it makes it sad, and not too scary. It's really fitting.

Graphics: It's a 2D so I wasn't expecting much but the colors of the characters and back ground where vivid, but only enough to be so with out distracting from the darkness of it all. The way they run and walk, and how he grabs stuff is really well done, not lazy at all.

Controls: I do have to agree I would have liked to manage my own controls, or at least had fairly better ones It is hard to switch weapons when I have to use the arrow buttons and trying to shoot. If you had used WASD it would have been easier to manage all of them and would have kept both my hands where I needed them most.

Glitches: I do not know if this is done on porpase or if it is something you over looked... When you didn't find Anna, or made searching your priority and loose track, it all becomes 100% and doesn't allow you to find her, you end up getting blown up with the city.

Also, it is not a glitch but more then 5 hits of heath would be good too, it seemed like it was not enough when there was too many, though it was pretty easy to manage if there weren't too many zombies, or may-lay weapon Civilizations.

However, to the players, The Anna thing is easy to avoid. Simply keep and eye on your map so that you don't go over 100% for all of them and try to do the places with the lowest amount, keeping track of the ones that are 100% and you haven't gotten, this makes it easier to find the virus later. Anna is places randomly in the last block not finished, it doesn't matter where you start. Other wise you loose.

Happy Gaming!

Would have been 10 without the other few negative things I stated. Otherwise it was a very good game I can't wait until the next one (if so) and other games from you, I added you to my favorites list.

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

fun game

I enjoyd looking for anna all the wepons you had was a cool fetur. but often I found my slef at a cross rode. keep the gitar or take the bear. and the roket lancher was fun 2. wish there was more of an ending rgo