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Zombie Shooter 2

Zombie Shooter 2 is a unique blend of two game genres - Action and RPG.
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Zombie Shooter 2 is a unique blend of two game genres - Action and RPG. Every player can choose a character to the liking, get experience to develop skills, earn money and spend it at weapons, medications and useful devices. All of this will be used against thousands of enemies. The zombies fill the game screen, never letting you rest, even for a minute.

Imagine yourself coming to visit an unknown city and seeing it almost ruined, with all the citizens turned into zombies. What will you do? Call for help, orzanize a large-scale rescue campaign or... Try to dig your way out of the situation, find out what happened and use your last chance to save the person you love!

Features

  • Project from the makers of the legendary Alien Shooter series.
  • Huge crowds of enemies, more than 100 zombies on one map at a time.
  • Ability to upgrade the main character's parameters.
  • More than 60 weapon types, including sniper rifles.
  • Lots of auxiliary devices, including radar and battle drones.
  • Several types of vehicles to drive.
  • Three game types: Campaign, Survive, Gun Stand.

System Requirements:

Windows 2000 / XP / Vista / 7; Processor: 1.7 GHz; Memory: 512 Mb; Hard disk space: 1.5 Gb; Video: DirectX compatible video card with 128MB video memory; Sound: DirectSound compatible sound card; DirectX®: 9.0

Publisher:

Sigma Team

Homepage:

http://store.steampowered.com/app/33180/

Price:

The game is available for $9.99, but the winners of our contest will get it for free.

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#9

This game is a blast to play, thanks gamegiveawayoftheday.com

Reply   |   Comment by Beth McBride  –  3 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#8

Good Where Link ?



Go to the Zombie Shooter page by opening up the gamegiveaway page, then click on the red button that says Join and Win. On the next page you will see a large green button that also says Join and Win. click on that. Below where it says Zombie Shooter 2 it says 'there are six ways to enter. you must first be signed in via your giveaway account, or a tied Facebook account. Once logged in you can activate each of the six ways of gaining an entry. in total you can gain up to 11 entries.

Reply   |   Comment by Emad  –  3 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#7

Another STEAM SCAM fake giveaway. Getting quite annoying.


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Why?

This is a site that gives away free games. It's become harder to find developers that will give away games, so the giveaway team buy in up to a hundred Steam keys to give to the community. If they purchased a key for everyone that visited here, the site would be bankrupt within weeks. This is not a Steam Scam, it's the giveaway teams way of keeping the site open while they try to secure more games from developers. If you don't like the Steam client, then move on to the next giveaway. The team are still getting games, though not as often as we would like to see.


I really don't understand why you are getting annoyed. I would understand if you were purchasing something, but you are not. The team have given away well over a thousand games since they started back in Dec 2006. Since then, we've gone through a mini depression, when game prices were reduced significantly, for example indie developers used to get almost $20 for each game sold. When the depression hit prices dropped dramatically. Over a very short period in 2008 games went from $19.99 to $6. Then the indie bundle phenomena hit us and we could purchase hundreds of dollars worth of games for a few dollars. now there are up to 50 or more bundles live at any one time. Most indie developers end up placing their games in those bundles within weeks of releasing their games on platforms like Steam. Many small developers and even larger AAA developers such as THQ have gone out of buisness, the popular DEsura platform that championed indie developers went bankrupt last year and most games can be found in sales within weeks or a few months of release. some are even on sale before they are released. The developers of the cult classic Bioshock sank everything into the last Bioshock game (Bioshock Infinity, which was a fantastic game. They were stuggling before the game had been completed and ended up selling what should have been a $50 game for around $30 plus you got to pick three more AAA games for free from some excellent games (Bioshock, Bioshock 2, Mafia II, Spec Ops: The Line, The Darkness II plus a couple of others). I got my copy even cheaper when i got a discount coupon for a further $10 after buying another AAA game at the same time. so my copy cost half the price it shoul have done. The developer sold off their assets a few months after the games release. The giveaway team cannot compete with such tactics, so gradually we have lost the support of many developers. even our regulars such as Playrix and Immanitas and maybe even our logest donator Alawar who were giving us games almost from the start seem to have deserted us. The point I'm trying to make is that it's become extremely difficult to get developers to donate games. They get a better return from those indoe bundles for example, The Humble bundle sells millions of bundles and each developer tha contributes a game gets a good portion of the pie. Free game sites such as MyPlayCity, pay for each game downloaded. Everytime you play one of their games, they earn money, some of which goes to the developers.

Reply   |   Comment by Brandon K  –  3 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)
#6

Stephen, thanks for all your great work over the years. I do have an honest suggestion. Why don't they begin to consider renaming this Game Giveaway of the day to Game Raffle of the day. It does seem more fitting.


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Hi Jim, The reason there has been no name change is because the name gamegiveawayoftheday has a very good standing with the major search engines. If they changed their name, they would lose that standing and have to build up their reputation all over again.

Reply   |   Comment by Jim  –  3 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)
#5

O.K. so I figured out that I could enter this Competition by subscribing to somebodies newsletter; O.K. so I did that, I can always unsubscribe if I don't care for whatever it is. Got a check mark for that, after I jumped through the final hoop.

I figured out that I could gain an entry by "Visiting the Page Sigma Team"; although I got a check mark for that all I got was a "404 error"; quite common on the GOTD site. But, I got a check mark.

Oh, I'm getting smarter; how bout that? Oh, I guess I could refer some friends if I had any; go figure. Oh, I have a few and I could send them and entry by email, but I don't do "Google" or "facebook". I do have a "Twitter" account, but I wouldn't know how to Tweet if I had an instruction book; I'm what most people consider a "Senior Citizen" although I prefer to refer to it as "Seasoned Citizen"; that and I take care of handicapped/disabled adults and my time (What time?) is at a Premium. One of the reasons I don't have friends; I don't get out much, except to do shopping and take them and myself to Doc appointments. I know, I know more than you needed to know, but now you know.

It is kind of amazing to see this in the middle of the week, since normally "Game Giveaway of the Day" is only done, in the U.S.A., on the weekends. Be that as it may I still contend that a Competition is not a giveaway except for those lucky enough to win one of the limited number of games. A giveaway is where anyone that accesses the site can gain access to the software being offered.

Oh Whiterabbit will be so pleased; I guess I can't continue to #@%$& (gripe) when there are legitimate opportunities for me to enter the competition; despite that fact that it is not a GIVEAWAY; a true dyed in the wool giveaway.

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Thank you for your monologue Jon ;)


To win points from the friends part, they have to click on the link that is provided before you get extra entries. I've entered every competition on both sides of the project since their inception and so far have not won a sausage. Not that it bothers me as i already have all of the games that have been offered apart from the first one, but i got that via one of the indie bundles. I still enter and if i win i'd give it away to some one deserving.

Reply   |   Comment by JonE  –  3 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)
#4

Hey, Good thing I came here for a visit :) count me in!

:)

Reply   |   Comment by Michelina  –  3 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#3

Thank you for the review, good luck to all who entered to win!

btw feels so weird and awkward seeing a post on the game site during the week and seeing Whiterabbit during the week.


HI nearly missed it as well

Reply   |   Comment by Cooper  –  3 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)
#2

Not a gamer myself but, my kids said, Yeah dad enter to win. We want it. So, here I am.

Reply   |   Comment by Jim C.  –  3 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)
#1

...................Moderator Comment........................

I won't be able to moderate any comments until I return from a dinner with our new mayor of Stockport this evening. Please do post your comments as usual. :)


Zombie Shooter 2


In Brief:

Zombie Shooter 2 is a zombie infested Action RPG shooter, with loads of weapons to choose from. It's a buget game created by Sigma Team and is a top down shooter with an isometric viewpoint.


Introduction


Zombie Shooter 2 is a unique blend of two game genres - Action and RPG. Every player can choose a character to the liking, get experience to develop skills, earn money and spend it at weapons, medications and useful devices. All of this will be used against thousands of enemies. The zombies fill the game screen, never letting you rest, even for a minute.

Imagine yourself coming to visit an unknown city and seeing it almost ruined, with all the citizens turned into zombies. What will you do? Call for help, organize a large-scale rescue campaign or... Try to dig your way out of the situation, find out what happened and use your last chance to save the person you love!


Features
Huge crowds of enemies, more than 100 zombies on one map at a time.

Ability to upgrade the main character's parameters.

More than 60 weapon types, including sniper rifles.

Lots of auxiliary devices, including radar and battle drones.

Several types of vehicles to drive.

Three game types: Campaign, Survive, Gun Stand.


Video's:
You can see videos of Zombie Shooter 2 gameplay
HERE, HERE and HERE







The Game:


The following review was written by Bkstunt_31 who was not impressed by the game. I personally have played this for over 3 hours and other Sigma games of a similar ilk (i.e. Zombie Shooter 1 and Alien Shooter 1 & 2 and Alien Shooter 2: Reloaded/Revisted and Vengeance as well as several others of this genre by other developers) and found them very playable. They are the type of game you play when wanting a break from the big AAA games, or just a coffee break from other more mundane work tasks. The game received an unofficial metacritic score of 70 (which is considered quite good) from two critics (you need a minimum of three review and scores from the critics for the score to be official) and a score of 6.5 from user reviews, though the scoring is biased due to a few giving it very low scores; whereas, the average score was quite high. The reviews from Metacritic can be seen here HERE


Most do not support the review I've posted below which is in my opinion very negatively biased. I've left a few comments (in parenthasis) in some of the paragraphs just to negate the obvious dislike of this game by the author. I couldn't find any other reviews with the time I have at the moment, so decided despite not agreeing with what the author said, to post it here becasue he/she does give a reasonable account of the game despite its negativity. I've also posted a few videos and several in game screen captures (some my own, some taken from the net) so that you can see what the game is like. There is a demo of the game available on Steam, so, if you aren't sure whether you want the game, check the demo out first.


Zombie Shooter delivers just what it says it will: you'll be shooting lots and lots of zombies. No surprise, right? So, does the game even have a story? Well... yes and no. First of all, you choose a character to play as out of a pool of about 8 pre-built characters. Each character has a bio and a back-story, as well as their own strengths and weaknesses. And that's without a doubt the best thing I can say about this game story-wise. From there you are basically thrown into the middle of nowhere and contacted by an NPC to come meet up with him. After that, you'll start your journey to an unknown city (because THAT'S where you want to go during a zombie apocalypse!), helping out military outposts along the way. However, the game's PLOT (or really, script) is like its written by a third-grader! You'll be wished luck in finding your sister in one mission, and three missions later someone will wish you luck on finding your wife! What the heck!? Oh, and even if you are currently playing a FEMALE character, they will still wish you luck on finding your wife. Hey, I guess Sigma-Team isn't opposed to that sort of thing!(moderator comment, bear in mind this is a low buget game)

The story just gets worse from there. Near the end you'll be shown an antagonist who acts like he knows you and you know him... and its the first time you've ever met him! Granted, the game is Zombie Shooter TWO, and god knows if this guy appeared in the first Zombie Shooter, but it comes off as... unplanned and cheesy. Speaking of cheesy, I suppose its entirely possible that the game is supposed to be modeled after the cliche "B Horror Movie" genre, but if it is they failed miserably in their goal. In the end, the utter lack of any form of a coherent plot is evident, and if you can play the game without thinking about the story you'll be able to stomach the game much better.


Ok, enough about the story, how's the game play! As a survivor in a zombie apocalypse, you'll be armed with a pistol upon starting the game. You control your player with the standard "WASD" control scheme and shoot with the mouse. As you play, you'll find ammo, money, guns, and various items to help you out. There are also shops in just about every mission where you can spend your money and buy bigger and better guns, armor, health, and items. PLUS, they throw in RPG mechanics as you have 5-6 stats that each control something (such as health, accuracy, etc) that you can level up, as you gain levels by defeating the legions of the undead.You control your character and explore maps while progressing through a series of missions.


Killing zombies is fun... there's no denying that. And there's a LOT of ways to do it as there are a LOT of weapons to choose from (sorted into small, medium, and heavy weapon types). Some levels also feature tanks and other control-able vehicles for you to use, which is always fun, but starting in mission 8 or so the game REALLY starts spiking in difficulty, draining the fun out of playing it FAST if you aren't completely on top of your game (have the best available guns). Other than that... unnecessary fact, the game play is fairly average. Many skills you can pick are better than others, which seems to be a result of poor planning, and you could say the same thing about the weapons in the game but its your choice what you bring into combat.


The graphics in the game are probably what makes the game stand out. In it's default setup (as you can change several filters to your liking) the game is in black and white. Well, almost, your character, NPC's, items lying around the world and most importantly: the blood, are all in color, giving the game a stark contrast. However, I happen to have my BIGGEST complaint about the game when it comes to the graphics: they are broken. The game REGULARLY (and I mean ALL the time) glitches out on you, often displaying the background as... weird distorted rectangles. This also happens to completely distort whatever is SUPPOSED to be there, leaving you to guess what is REALLY there. (moderator comment, really, I never had any problems like described by the author of this review. Sounds like his/her (the author is possibly female due to the characters picked were all female) graphic card is on the way out from the way they describes the graphic issues. I've had several cards go on me over the years I've owned gaming rigs and what is descibed sounds exactly like a card issue and not a game issue)


Another thing that will make you pull your hair out is that if you move your character between almost ANY narrow object in the world, there's a chance you'll get stuck and have to restart the level. Other minor complaints I have against the game include the fact that all female characters look like each other (I don't know about the male characters) and just how plain goofy the character animations are (the main character's entire upper body looks locked in place while they run). The zombies and enemies in the game look like they are designed well, and the weapons and armor look well done, but it's all not nearly enough to fix the what's broken. (note from moderator, these compplaints are so petty, I'm laughing, really this is a very low budget game that costs around the same price as a cup of decent coffee from a coffee shop, so you wouldn't expect superior graphics).


The game's soundtrack is rather... odd as well. It's quiet for the most part until the shooting starts, then it breaks into some music that you'd expect to hear at a nightclub: very fast techno beats. An interesting music choice for sure. It's not bad, it's just different. Some sort of mood music would be nice though. However, the VOICE ACTING in the game is just godawful. There's literally no other way to describe it. It's as if they just pulled random people into the studio, gave them a script (which, as we've established, probably was written with crayons) and had them read. The actors sound bored, have no sense of timing, and generally just drag the game down in a major way.


The game itself is pretty short (if you can overcome the difficulty spike that is) but does have some inherent re-playability due to the different perks you can select and the ways you can choose to level up. The real question is if you even want to play through the glitch-y campaign again (note from moderator, I've played this game for over 3 hours and haven't come agross any serious glitches. There are a couple I found such as not being able to see inside buildings, but they were minor issues that did not stop game play). You can also choose to play two separate modes from the main menu: one where you are alone in a field with waves of zombies (a survival mode) and another where you control a turret and fend off waves of zombies (you get to upgrade stuff in this mode, similar to a tower defense game). So there's SOME re-playability here... if you want it.


Review access HERE 24th May 2016

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