This game is a Unity Project that I've been working on for quite some time now. The game is a 3rd person shooter in which you use a gun, multiple power ups, and timing to obliterate waves of zombies heading towards you. The game gets more and more challenging as the round continues. The waves will come more and more frequently. And the groupings of zombies will grow to be thicker and thick as you progress.
The project is 90% complete, and there are light bugs. But all in all, the game is a great way to take up time. The satisfactory you get from absolutely destroying waves of zombies and watching them explode is fantasticly unexplainable and addicting.
BTW, the music in the game and in the trailer are from Red Dead Redemption. I'm not making money off the game in any way, shape, or form, so it's completely acceptable.
P.S. Don't expect frequent updates, nor any at all. And currently, I'm not planning on a sequel, so dont be expecting that either. This game was simply a project for me to work of as I start developing using Unity3D.
-Huge graphics improvement
KSJ-Empire 4 months ago
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