"the perfect retro game to unwind with after a long day, when you just want to shoot crap and defend your base." - ImpulseGamer.com
Survive 30 nights of horror and zombie menace in Deadly 30! Rescue and recruit companions, upgrade your weaponry and fortify your position during safe daylight. At night defend you bunker and fight off waves of attacking zombies. 12 guns, 11 types of zombies, 25 achievements and thousands of ways to die!
- Elements of tower defense including setting up the defense of your base and upgrading your weaponry meet the action-packed run and gun genre of the golden days of gaming.
- Featuring a strong exploration element, you are required to leave the safety of your base, to forage for materials to make it through the night.
Decent Game, Good fun.Outriders429 | Aug. 14, 2013 | See all Outriders429's reviews »
Deadly 30 is a quite unique game, It reminds me of alot of the old days of the internet when I would spend my days on newgrounds playing flash games. Graphics: Nice art from GonzoSSM 8/10 Audio: Standard. 6/10 Gameplay: Addicting, zombie slaying fun. 7/10 Overall I'd give it a 7/10. Pick it up if youre looking for a cheap, fun game.
Decent zombie shooterScorpy | Jan. 17, 2013 | See all Scorpy's reviews »
It's difficult to recommend Deadly 30 because it doesn't offer much that is new. However, what it does it surely does well. Deadly 30 is a solid zombie shooter, somewhat reminiscent of old flash games from the mid 2000s. There is a ton of action, simplistic but solid gameplay, and some decent audio sound effects and music as well.
If you can find this at a low price, I can easily recommend this.
Simple Zombie FunGioGimic | Jan. 17, 2013 | See all GioGimic's reviews »
The game is a real simple 2D Side Scroller nothing fancy, But it is so much fun this is the kind of game you can lose your self in to for hours on end it is really a wonderful experience only complaint i have is that its only single player, Other then that its an amazing game and i highly recommend getting it well worth the money.
Deadly Good TitleDonVercetti | Dec. 22, 2012 | See all DonVercetti's reviews »
It really is a simple game with a simple concept. After several hours in this game, I found out that this is a quite solid game. It’s still a budget Indie title, You wont ever really expect too great of a voice acting cast. But dont take anything away from it. The game play brilliantly, runs smoothly and does not have a lack of things. It has that Zombie survival feeling with it and alot of credit is to the great textures done by the talented Gonzossm. Deadly 30 needs a hell of a lot more kudos, I hope to one day see this title come out of the shadows and revealed to a way larger audience!
A solid zombie gameCooberstooge | Sept. 6, 2012 | See all Cooberstooge's reviews »
There's just so many zombie games nowadays, it's easy to overlook the ones that are small and released without much fanfare. Deadly 30 is one of those, and is quite an original little game.
With a mix of tower defense, shooter, strategy, and resource gathering, Deadly 30 is a game that will keep you busy for hours. There's always things you can do to improve your defenses, but at what cost? You could die out there, overwhelmed by the undead merely inches from home. Scavenging will always provide you with something good, but sometimes you're better off just sticking with what you have.
The graphics are great, and really give off that whole retro, 80s gaming vibe. Everything is well detailed, from the soldiers to all the different parts of your base, and also the zombies themselves. I never once ran across any bugs with the game, and it always ran at a steady frame rate for me.
You never know what might be coming for you next, and chances are, you'll hear it before you see it. The audio in Deadly 30 is great, and really makes the player become immersed in the game.
Definitely not a zombie game to miss, and for once, something with originality as well.