that was fun
that was fun
It's good as it is but it could still improve
For a functional game that is not spam, you start off with a base score of 5.
What I liked:
+1 the hit detection on the zombies was very good.
+3 The zombies did not always just try to attack me (the player), but they also tried to attack my buddies lying on the ground. This added bit of difficulty and realism really adds to my enjoyment of the game.
+1 The zombies started coming in a variety of shapes and speeds early on in the game- I never got a chance to become bored with the enemies I had.
What I disliked:
-1 My bullet rounds did not reload between levels. The presence of a gun store that appears between each level suggests that my character is leaving the battleground to go off and shop. If he's in a safe location, wouldn't he logically reload his gun?
-1 The story suggests that the main character is stranded in a wasteland with a plane full of weapons, and yet you have to pay money for the right to use the better guns. Wouldn't the character pick the best weapon in the plane and use that at the start of the game? Where is he getting money and where does it go once he's spent it? I'm confused...
I'd like to know why there is still a money system even after the apocalypse has taken place. Assuming there are other humans around who have resources they can fork over, I think world would revert to barter as its main system of trading goods. Maybe, instead of trading dollar bills for guns, shop owners would be more interested in medical kits or sterilized packages of food?
I love learning about my enemies. I'm not sure if it's just me or normal human nature, but maybe you could include a little story arch where a surgeon asks to examine the bodies of some of the zombies and gradually learns more about zombies with each passing level. Discover what attracts zombies to humans (Sound? Movement?) and incorporate that knowledge into battle strategy.
please tell me what game software u used to make this game!
Too much lag and...
....collision detection problems. And in no way shape or form is it my pc. I see some effort though.