Choose your side in the epic war between two masterminds of Evil: apprentice-gone-rogue Orville Tycoon and his army of heavy-duty zombies, or his vengeance-thirsty mentor Professor Brainhov and his rioting mass of twitchy brain-munchers.Read full description
Choose your side in the epic war between two masterminds of Evil: apprentice-gone-rogue Orville Tycoon and his army of heavy-duty zombies, or his vengeance-thirsty mentor Professor Brainhov and his rioting mass of twitchy brain-munchers.
Triumph over other players in adrenaline-charged MULTIPLAYER DEATHMATCHES and seal the fate of the last survivors of Finkleville in the SINGLE PLAYER CAMPAIGN as you:
STRATEGIZE the perfect combination of 6 different types of zombie squads: samurai, scavenger, scout, engineer, brawler and cleaner
CONQUER the massive multiplayer map
MASTER the badass Monster (Hero unit) that best fits your play style
UNLEASH a huge horde of zombies on your opponent with the ultimate Dead Rush ability
EXPERIENCE a thrilling storyline that sets classic hulking zombies against frantic modern zombies
DEFEAT the epic bosses to prove your worth as the true alpha mad scientist
Pick your faction, Monster, strategy, and find out who gets to become King of the Undead!
Zombie Tycoon 2: Brainhov's Revenge™ & © Frima Studio 2013
Zombie Tycoon 2 is a comedic zombie RTS. Do not let the name fool you, this game has nothing to do with building an empire or formulating a grand strategy. There are 8 chapters, each about 30 minutes or so long. Each chapter consists of one map with a series of objectives that must be completed in order to advance. The controls definitely make this feel like it was created with consoles in mind. You only ever have 4 units at most and each special character/monster will have 4 abilities. Good for consoles or just playing with a controller, rather limiting when you have a keyboard. Without all that many units, controls aren’t really an issue here. A minor complaint would be that there doesn’t appear to be a way to create groups, except by repeatedly dragging the mouse over the units you want. The game also offers multiplayer but I have not tried it and thus cannot comment on it. Without going into spoilers the general plot is that you play as a mad scientist who is trying to wipe out humanity with your army of zombies. Fun and simple. The visual style is very Tim Schaeffer. While not laugh out loud hilarious, I found the game to be thoroughly amusing despite the fact that no character ever says a word. The entire story is given through various sounds, looks, and actions; no dialogue. Overall, I enjoyed my 5 or so hours with Zombie Tycoon 2. If it sounds interesting and you can get it at a good price I think it would be worth your while. (Copied from my Steam account, thedawesome)
Zombie Tycoon 2 is another game I decided to just jump into with no knowledge...Never read up on it, never played the first, so essentially based off the name alone I thought it was some weird building simulation much like Roller Coaster Tycoon or something of the sort......Nope...This game is more along the lines of C&C...but not quite...You do have a mobile base but you don't really build up your base...instead along the way there are buildings that you can take over, as well as special ones that will allow you to change the class of your zombies....This game does have quite the difficulty curve. I found the first several missions to be rather easy and then it got rather difficult, ironically I felt the same way with C&C....The game is light hearted, kinda wacky but overall enjoyable.. For $5 I would say it is definitely worth it. I can't say the game does anything revolutionary or unique but it is a solid game of it's kind. Go show that other zombie hoard whose boss.
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