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Wake Up Sheeple!

rated 3.71 / 5 stars
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Sep 15, 2014 | 4:45 PM EDT

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This game involves a group of humans trying to reach a safe zone while avoiding the zombies, which aim to bite the humans and make them zombies too!
The humans are dumb and need the player's help. The player can place and delete various types of blocks in the environment. Each block type has it's own effect, such as acting as a wall to block the path of zombies or causing humans to jump over obstacles.
The player can pause and resume the movement of the humans and zombies at any time. At the end of each round, the player is scored based on the percentage of human survivors.



Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

I really liked this game, but its got a few problems that need to be sorted to make it really solid:

The good:
-awesome concept: this is a sort of "reverse" tower defense game.
-devices: the fact that you can combine them for effects is awesome. You also have a really solid set of tools for saving the humans
-humor: splat sounds when your humans die. A satisfying demise.

Areas for improvement:
- Device issues: The device for making the humans converge on a spot works "too" well- I can't get them to go to the next spot unless they overlap in exactly the right place. I can't tell how far the range for this tool is until I've already set it down. Often I'll know the correct strategy for a map but be unable to execute it.
-ambiguous: The tutorial is optional, but there's no way to figure out what's happening without it.
-motivation: too many objects are given to you in the getgo. It would be more fun to unlock them and become more powerful while you face heavier challenges.
-ambiance: the atmosphere is actually pretty good, but it could be filled in a little more, perhaps with a story line and some quirky this-n-thats.

That's my 2 cents- hope it helps.

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Rated 2 / 5 stars

There is no return to map/menu once you are playing level :(

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Jazzy-Rascal responds:

You're right! Back button has been added to the level screen