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Dying Light is an action survival game presented in first-person perspective. The game is set in a vast and dangerous open world. During the day, you roam an urban environment devastated by a mysterious epidemic, scavenging for supplies and crafting weapons to help you defeat the hordes of mindless, flesh-hungry enemies...
Release Date: 27/01/2015
Available for: Xbox One, PS4, Windows, PC Download
H1Z1 has long been promised by game developer SOE as the next big thing for the multiplayer zombie survival genre, and while the much of the teasers promise deep gameplay mechanics and solid play experience, without having to resort to pay-to-win measures. As of the game's early access, there has been quite a big amount of discontent among players due to the introduction of air-drops, and while the rest of the game is still in the alpha stages of development, many are wondering if the apocalypse of H1Z1 will be brought on by something other than the undead.
Release Date: 15/01/2015
Available for: PS4, Windows, PC Download
The chaos from the planetside has managed to overcome humanity's greatest barrier: the gravity well. Someway, somehow, the theta virus has manage to rear its' hungry, ugly, undead head across various human settlements in space, and it is up to you to find a way to contain it all. Featuring awesome new gameplay mechanics, incredibly well-put visuals, and an engrossing sci-fi-meets-zombie-flick narrative that will keep you engaged in the game's story mode from beginning to end, SAS Zombie Assault 4 is probably one of the most impressive games ever released on Flash. Oh, and did we mention that it also has an edgy, fast-paced multiplayer mode, randomized item drops, and a sweet new soundtrack?
Decision? Surely indecision would make for more of a dramatic subject matter. Let's not be silly however, as we know that this Decision involves not a decision but a foregone conclusion: the killing of zombies and the loving of the killing of zombies. Flyanvil's incredible series is back with a third instalment, and it's a game that takes the ick into Rick Grimes and the puts the ill into zombie-killing. Yet another city has been overrun by yet another zombie epidemic: your job is to take control of the situation by arming yourself and killing every zombie in sight whilst forming allies and utilising the environment around you to protect yourself and the survivors that are your only hope of coming out of this alive.
Try to survive as long as possible against box like zombies that come in many different forms. Pick up a destructive range of weapons along the way as you massacre more of the boxhead zombie waves.
Zombies! There is just no way to escape them, and in the corporate world, everyone is a mindless drone -the only real difference is whether you have a craving for brains or you still have a pulse. Enter the world of Working Stiffs, a bizarre zombie infestation scenario that happens in one of the busiest places in our lives, the office.
In this game, you must guide poor employees around cubicles, lockers, filing cabinets, dividers and massive desks as you find ways to keep them away from turning into zombie munchies. It is fun, exciting and quite suspenseful at many points, and despite the game's overly humorous atmosphere, there is a certain level of palpable fright in the air.
It is time to throw logic and natural physics out of the window as we indulge ourselves in the surreal yet addictive gameplay of the unfortunately named flash browser game: Earn to Die. No, seriously, that is how the developer made the title. It really does not make sense, after all, the point of upgrading is so that you can survive much longer and hopefully, get to the end of the game. And if you think the title is weird, why not try the overall plot of this zombie killing game?
When your car breaks down in the middle of nowhere and the undead slowly come crawling towards you, it certainly makes the concept of quick fixing your car a matter of life and death. And this is the very situation that Dude has found himself in: right smack in a forest surrounded by undead creatures, his car in shambles and with nowhere to run. Armed with a trusty pistol, our hero, Dude must employ his best skills in dodging and killing the undead while slowly fixing his car whenever the action takes a brief pause.
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When you have been bitten by a zombie and you only have 60 seconds to spare before you can get to the antidote, things can get pretty hairy - especially when your ammunition is limited and you are surrounded by zombies on all sides (apparently, they will still want to eat you until you have fully turned). So what is a dying man to do? Rush and kill your way through a load of zombies of course! Dead in 60 Seconds is a combination between an upgrade game, a zombie shooter and some odd ways, a launcher title.
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