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rated 4.51 / 5 stars
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Genre:
Action - Shooter - Fixed
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shooter
strategy
zombie
top-down

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Sep 3, 2012 | 3:32 AM EDT
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Take under control another city full of evil creatures.
- WASD/Arrows to move.
- Mouse to aim.

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ToughsetToughset

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I don't normally take the time to write reviews for stuff like this, but to be fair, this is probably the one zombie game I felt genuinely entertained by!
First off, the weapons felt balanced. And each had a good quirk I felt. The thing with the pistol, for example, where when the zombie was knocked down, was nice in indicating that it was down for good. But I didn't think knockback was implemented until I used the machine gun. It's a nice twist! Admittedly, at first it was an annoying feature, but then it gave me a few surprises when you blindly go around with the minigun, and happen to miss a few.
Also, the feature of bosses is nice, and the incentive to take them out carefully is well done. (KA, contact = insta-kill) The missions were a bit so-so however. Other little scattered collectibles though added a nice variety in gameplay.
Though, if I were to chance anything, I would try to see if you could do any kind of variance with weapon effectiveness. AKA, certain weapons work better against certain enemies. Near the end game, despite having all the weapons, I found myself simply using the minigun for everything. the reloading time is a good balance, but the other weapons didn't seem to cut it very often. And the shotgun becomes ineffective against bosses, and armed zombies.
All in all though, with how much was going on the screen, and the overall presentation of the game, I was sincerely impressed by the level of quality and fluidity of it! (And my laptop isn't exactly up to Gaming specs either.) Wonderful job! I highly recommend this game!


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maddneshankmaddneshank

Rated 5 / 5 stars

(Me) Killing zombies like normal... -Sees mega zombie 0_0 ok no big deal I'll take him down. -See mega zombie with a GUN- Me: OH HELL NO IM OUT.... Still an awesome game!


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DemonsharpyDemonsharpy

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Awesome game! Keep up the good work



RuneChartRuneChart

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

A very well put together game. I like how you combined various genres in a way that felt consistent with the theme and setting. You had the main third person shooter, but also some RPG and simulation elements.

Unlike many games of this type, I rarely felt like I had to grind. The only tedious part was searching out the last few zombies on a given mission, and even that wasn't so bad once you got the radar.

One thing I didn't like was when I upgraded a tower to level 2 with the rocket weapon. I thought I'd be able to switch between the level 1 machine gun and the rocket, but I just had rockets. While rockets are nice for softening up big groups of zombies, you needed the machine gun to finish them off. After that, I just used machine guns. I didn't get a chance to try the cannon.

For personal weapons, I used a rifle/shotgun combo. Rifle for when they were far away, shotgun when they got close. Plus the occasional rocket or grenade for softening up big groups.

While the sim elements of building up the towers and factories was nice, the player character seemed better at making money and killing zombies, so it kind of felt like a waste to build them up fully.

It's a fairly simple game, not a whole lot of story, but what it does, it does well.



pwk00pwk00

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Fund a bug; a hiding place impossible to check (out of reach?). West area, Tower territory, the southwest place.


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