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Rabid dog bites mailman. Rabid mailman bites dog owner. [[ZombieApocalypse Citizens start biting other citizens]]. Armed militias start fighting against the dug-in remnants of the police. [[MindScrew Stranger things start happening]]. Civilization breaks down. And now you're out in all this, [[WideOpenSandbox working for/against the police and the militia, bartering for goods and weapons, claiming territory from the zombie hordes or fighting the police and militia for it, investigating the strange phenomena, and just generally surviving.]]

Alternatively, just shoot waves of flesh-eating revenants to earn points and win fabulous unlockable widgets and minigames in [[KobayashiMario Arcade Mode]].

A WideOpenSandbox isometric shooter summed up as [[XMeetsY a mixture of]] SilentHill, {{Robotron2084}}, DeadRising and VideoGame/GrandTheftAuto, SurvivalCrisisZ is a now-freeware Windows PC game that puts players square in the middle of a city torn by roving undead, bitterly opposed factions, strange mysteries and bizarre phenomena.
Get it [[http://www.ska-studios.com/2007/09/07/just-a-friendly-reminder/ here]]! As mentioned, it is free, [[strike:although difficulties have been reported getting it to work correctly on Windows Vista]] [[http://forum.tip.it/topic/246142-survival-crisis-z-zombie-survival-game/ Windows Vista and 7 fix available here!]]

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!!This game contains examples of:

* AbsurdlySpaciousSewer
* AnEntrepreneurIsYou: You can buy and sell commodities at safehouses, and trading them around is a decent way to build up a good cash reserve.
* AttackDrone: One of the powerups in arcade mode.
* AwesomeButPractical: The [[FireBreathingWeapon flamethrower]] is a massively devastating, massively satisfying endgame weapon... With possibly one of the ''best'' ammo-price-to-kill ratios. With a few safehouses owned, the player could probably roast hordes of zombies with nothing ''but'' the flamethrower, and still make a massive profit.
* BadassBookworm: The Doctor class is a bookish fellow in a lab coat, with glasses and (if you're playing a male) a goatee that makes him the splitting image of a [[VideoGame/HalfLife certain other famous zombie-fighting Doctor]]. No, [[Series/DoctorWho not that Doctor]].
** He/she also happens to be the best starting class for beginners. The WalkItOff ability will let you save your health items and money for when you really need it, and the [[RevolversAreJustBetter starting weapon]] can [[OneHitKill kill basic zombies in one hit]], has (relatively) plentiful ammo, and never becomes entirely worthless. Also, [[RuleOfCool it's awesome]].
* BareYourMidriff: Distinguishes male models from female ones. Y'know, just in case you missed it [[MaleGaze at first glance]].
* BodyHorror: Becomes increasingly common as the story goes on.
* BonusDungeon: When you enter a building there's a random chance that it will have an entrance to a randomly-generated bonus dungeon where you can find tons of useful gear. The dungeon disappears once you complete it or if you leave the building without entering the dungeon, though. Choose wisely.
* [[spoiler: BolivianArmyEnding: While it's never spelled out, until there is a sequel, the ending is looking a LOT like this,]] but [[{{Mindscrew}} considering the way the game went in the last act...]]
* BottomlessMagazines
* CatScare: Certain buildings, if you delve in deeper, often have "screamer" surprises and mutant enemies that look like they were torn from [[SilentHill the Otherworld.]]
* ChainsawGood: You can purchase a chainsaw as a more useful replacement for the [[EmergencyWeapon knife]].
** Actually subverted, as unless[[spoiler: you're on a dirtbike]], using the chainsaw is still a very good way to get yourself killed.
* ColorCodedForYourConvenience: the SWAT wear all blue (duh), the rebels wear red street clothes. Allying in either gets you blue pants or a red bandana, respectively.
* CreepyChild: A green-skinned StringyHairedGhostGirl appears in a hallucination after the second mission, and you meet them for real as enemies during the third act.
** And when you encounter them, the background changes to a bloodstained complex with words written in blood ranging from threats to pleas for help. Fun stuff.
*** And it's highly likely you'll meet them long before they're properly introduced in the third chapter. You could just be walking along an alley when BAM POW MOTHERFUCKER GORE EVERYWHERE DEMONIC CHILDREN WITH KNIVES CRIES FOR HELP WRITTEN IN BLOOD.
* CriticalExistenceFailure: Averted. You can't move as fast if you're low on health. Hunger slows you down. And fatigue distorts your game view.
* DeadWeight: Fat zombies make an appearance. [[ActionBomb They explode upon death.]]
* DrugsAreBad: If you use them ''yourself''. Dealing, on the other hand...
* DummiedOut: Searching through the game's files reveals, among other things, dialogue for an entirely separate and unused plot that appears to be a prequel to the game proper.
* EasyLogistics: Not entirely easy, as you must eat to keep your strength up and sleep to ward off fatigue.
* ElaborateUndergroundBase: The sewer complex containing the... thing with chains.
* FragileSpeedster: Relative to most zombies, the dogs. Infected are a subversion..
* EmergencyWeapon: The knife and [[ChainsawGood chainsaw]]. Also, in arcade, you have a 9mm pistol with infinite ammo.
* FriendlyFireproof: Averted for friendly humans not in your party, played straight for party members.
* FromBadToWorse: Act 1 is your typical ZombieApocalypse with some BodyHorror. Act 2 has considerably more BodyHorror and is considerably more eerie. Act 3 drops the pleasantries and dives head on into high octane SurrealHorror.
* GigglingVillain: Once a human turns into an Infected, they start giggling insanely, vomiting blood, and attempt to chase down other humans and gobble on their brains.
* GoodIsNotNice: One item lets you summon an angel [[MoreDakka armed with a Mini-SAW]]... who does not object in the slightest when you put on a ski mask and begin to torture, maim, extort, etc.
** In addition, because of the way party members behave when talking to eachother, it's very possible for said angel to mock and insult party members with weaker weapons than her.
* {{Gorn}}: You betcher socks it's present!
* HellHound[=/=]RaisingTheSteaks: Zombie dogs are scattered in with the undead. They're fast, but they don't have much health.
* HellIsThatNoise: In ''spades.'' Incessent tittering and giggling, demonic white noise that cuts in and out at random, the wailing and screaming of certain enemies...
* KillItWithFire: The MolotovCocktail, flamethrower and FlareGun are all quite handy.
* KobayashiMario: Arcade mode
* LaughingMad: See GigglingVillain.
* LethalJokeCharacter: One rare item allows you to summon an AI helper dressed in a devil costume and monocle armed with a flamethrower. He's quite handy.
** Occasionally, one of the zombies is a giant mutant smiley face. There are also swarms of tux-wears in top hats.
** And, as noted in GoodIsNotNice, you can find an item that can summon an angel with a Mini-SAW.
* LethalJokeItem: One of the powerups in arcade mode is a self-propelled shopping cart that you drive like a car. Seriously. And it smushes zombies like it's nobody's business.
* MolotovCocktail
* MoreDakka: One of the powerups in arcade mode changes whatever projectile weapon you're using into a spread gun version of itself, while still only using one bullet per trigger pull. There's also a rapid-fire powerup in arcade mode that...Well, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin makes your gun shoot faster]], turning even the meager 9mm pistol into a good suppression weapon. Quite handy. The TEC-9 machine pistol and the Mini-SAW are mondo heavy on the dakka just by themselves.)
* MusicalSpoiler: Of the "basic beat with more instruments added as the situation worsens" variety. Not too spoiler-y since the music change occurs ''alongside'' whatever's happening, but oftentimes the first clue that the quiet, unassuming building you just entered is a zombie-infested death trap is the musical explosion that just deafened you.
* NintendoHard: Safehouse takeover past level 5 or so. Anything in the double digits takes it UpToEleven. Also, just crossing the street is hard in Act 3, even if you have a crew of people with mini-SAWs. You'll have to stop at every other building just to make sure they don't run out of ammo.
* NocturnalMooks: Zombies appear in more varieties and larger numbers at night, as well as... [[SurrealHorror other things]].
* RevolversAreJustBetter: Arguably, the best early-game weapon
* RPGElements
* SawedOffShotgun: The Handcannon
* ShockAndAwe: The Tesla devices. Quite handy during building takeovers. Also, the EMP bombs, which are like one-shot Tesla devices in grenade form.
* ShoutOut: [[WesternAnimation/AquaTeenHungerForce The Broodvich]] is one of the items you can pick up in the Other World. Eating it doesn't actually send you to the Other World, though, another item does that.
* TheSiege: When you try to take over ownership of a building, you will have to fend off squads of militia and police, or hordes of zombies if you're claiming a neutral building.
* SurrealHorror: Definitely has elements of it.
* SurvivalHorror: Well, obviously.
* [[TalkativeLoon Talkative Loons]]: "Hahaha! Talk! [[TransformationTrauma Talk talk talk!]]"
** For context, [[spoiler:that's the last thing that particular zombie says before its head explodes and spider legs sprout from the neck, which continues to fountain blood as the body chases you around the room.]]
* ThatOneLevel: A mission that involves killing swarms of the fat, explosive zombies. They're the only zombie that spawn, and the chain reaction blasts will probably kill you a few dozen times.
* TooDumbToLive: The friendly/neutral human AI is pretty stupid. It gets very annoying when the person your escorting decides to run off and fight all the zombies with a freakin' ''knife''!
** After you've taken over a few houses you'll start getting party members who carry machine guns instead of knives. They're so effective that you'll often find yourself outclassed and often unable to get many kills because of them.
*** Except when they intiate dialog, which renders them unable to defend themselves. They will initiate dialog in the middle of a zombie infested strret, during Act 3, at night.
* VideoGameCaringPotential: A player might feel bad when a companion he's had for a while is killed [[TragicMonster and turns into a zombie.]] [[TooDumbToLive Except when they only have a knife or pistol and attempt to clear an entire street of zombies]] instead of running.
* VideoGameCrueltyPotential: Punt around severed zombie heads like soccer balls! Destroy buildings with C4 to intimidate uncooperative building owners into ceding control to you! Light zombies and humans alike on fire! Influence people by pushing drugs on them! Run over zombies with [[LethalJokeItem a killer shopping cart!]] Electrically torture people with car batteries! And so on.
* WalkItOff: (Slowly) regenerating health is one of the special skills that can be purchased from NPC merchants. The Doctor class begins the game with it as their starting skill.
* WideOpenSandbox: Take story missions! Fight against either the police or the militia! Or just run around and loot and shoot!
* WeakTurretGun: Averted. Sentry turrets and Tesla devices will save your bacon big-time, especially in the 2nd and 3rd acts.
* ZergRush: When trying to take leadership in a neutral building the zombies will bumrush you through every available entrance. The strength of the zombies and how long they'll keep pouring in depends on the difficulty of the takeover.
** Sometimes an entire horde of zombies can appear out of nowhere and swarm you.
* ZombieApocalypse: Of course!
* ZombieGait: Features both classic slow zombies and sprinting ''Film/TwentyEightDaysLater''-style "Infected", the former having been zombified for longer and therefore slower and further along in decay.
* ZombieInfectee: AI buddies who are low on health and have been zombie-bitten will eventually turn into fast-moving Infected if you don't rest them at an Inn or give them medical attention.
** Contrary to the trope, though, is that your buddies usually request you or another AI buddy to kill them before they turn. You can't actually attack them before they turn, but it's good to know you have their consent.

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Rabid dog bites mailman. Rabid mailman bites dog owner. [[ZombieApocalypse Citizens start biting other citizens]]. Armed militias start fighting against the dug-in remnants of the police. [[MindScrew Stranger things start happening]]. Civilization breaks down. And now you're out in all this, [[WideOpenSandbox working for/against the police and the militia, bartering for goods and weapons, claiming territory from the zombie hordes or fighting the police and militia for it, investigating the strange phenomena, and just generally surviving.]]

Alternatively, just shoot waves of flesh-eating revenants to earn points and win fabulous unlockable widgets and minigames in [[KobayashiMario Arcade Mode]].

A WideOpenSandbox isometric shooter summed up as [[XMeetsY a mixture of]] SilentHill, {{Robotron2084}}, DeadRising and VideoGame/GrandTheftAuto, SurvivalCrisisZ is a now-freeware Windows PC game that puts players square in the middle of a city torn by roving undead, bitterly opposed factions, strange mysteries and bizarre phenomena.
Get it [[http://www.ska-studios.com/2007/09/07/just-a-friendly-reminder/ here]]! As mentioned, it is free, [[strike:although difficulties have been reported getting it to work correctly on Windows Vista]] [[http://forum.tip.it/topic/246142-survival-crisis-z-zombie-survival-game/ Windows Vista and 7 fix available here!]]

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!!This game contains examples of:

* AbsurdlySpaciousSewer
* AnEntrepreneurIsYou: You can buy and sell commodities at safehouses, and trading them around is a decent way to build up a good cash reserve.
* AttackDrone: One of the powerups in arcade mode.
* AwesomeButPractical: The [[FireBreathingWeapon flamethrower]] is a massively devastating, massively satisfying endgame weapon... With possibly one of the ''best'' ammo-price-to-kill ratios. With a few safehouses owned, the player could probably roast hordes of zombies with nothing ''but'' the flamethrower, and still make a massive profit.
* BadassBookworm: The Doctor class is a bookish fellow in a lab coat, with glasses and (if you're playing a male) a goatee that makes him the splitting image of a [[VideoGame/HalfLife certain other famous zombie-fighting Doctor]]. No, [[Series/DoctorWho not that Doctor]].
** He/she also happens to be the best starting class for beginners. The WalkItOff ability will let you save your health items and money for when you really need it, and the [[RevolversAreJustBetter starting weapon]] can [[OneHitKill kill basic zombies in one hit]], has (relatively) plentiful ammo, and never becomes entirely worthless. Also, [[RuleOfCool it's awesome]].
* BareYourMidriff: Distinguishes male models from female ones. Y'know, just in case you missed it [[MaleGaze at first glance]].
* BodyHorror: Becomes increasingly common as the story goes on.
* BonusDungeon: When you enter a building there's a random chance that it will have an entrance to a randomly-generated bonus dungeon where you can find tons of useful gear. The dungeon disappears once you complete it or if you leave the building without entering the dungeon, though. Choose wisely.
* [[spoiler: BolivianArmyEnding: While it's never spelled out, until there is a sequel, the ending is looking a LOT like this,]] but [[{{Mindscrew}} considering the way the game went in the last act...]]
* BottomlessMagazines
* CatScare: Certain buildings, if you delve in deeper, often have "screamer" surprises and mutant enemies that look like they were torn from [[SilentHill the Otherworld.]]
* ChainsawGood: You can purchase a chainsaw as a more useful replacement for the [[EmergencyWeapon knife]].
** Actually subverted, as unless[[spoiler: you're on a dirtbike]], using the chainsaw is still a very good way to get yourself killed.
* ColorCodedForYourConvenience: the SWAT wear all blue (duh), the rebels wear red street clothes. Allying in either gets you blue pants or a red bandana, respectively.
* CreepyChild: A green-skinned StringyHairedGhostGirl appears in a hallucination after the second mission, and you meet them for real as enemies during the third act.
** And when you encounter them, the background changes to a bloodstained complex with words written in blood ranging from threats to pleas for help. Fun stuff.
*** And it's highly likely you'll meet them long before they're properly introduced in the third chapter. You could just be walking along an alley when BAM POW MOTHERFUCKER GORE EVERYWHERE DEMONIC CHILDREN WITH KNIVES CRIES FOR HELP WRITTEN IN BLOOD.
* CriticalExistenceFailure: Averted. You can't move as fast if you're low on health. Hunger slows you down. And fatigue distorts your game view.
* DeadWeight: Fat zombies make an appearance. [[ActionBomb They explode upon death.]]
* DrugsAreBad: If you use them ''yourself''. Dealing, on the other hand...
* DummiedOut: Searching through the game's files reveals, among other things, dialogue for an entirely separate and unused plot that appears to be a prequel to the game proper.
* EasyLogistics: Not entirely easy, as you must eat to keep your strength up and sleep to ward off fatigue.
* ElaborateUndergroundBase: The sewer complex containing the... thing with chains.
* FragileSpeedster: Relative to most zombies, the dogs. Infected are a subversion..
* EmergencyWeapon: The knife and [[ChainsawGood chainsaw]]. Also, in arcade, you have a 9mm pistol with infinite ammo.
* FriendlyFireproof: Averted for friendly humans not in your party, played straight for party members.
* FromBadToWorse: Act 1 is your typical ZombieApocalypse with some BodyHorror. Act 2 has considerably more BodyHorror and is considerably more eerie. Act 3 drops the pleasantries and dives head on into high octane SurrealHorror.
* GigglingVillain: Once a human turns into an Infected, they start giggling insanely, vomiting blood, and attempt to chase down other humans and gobble on their brains.
* GoodIsNotNice: One item lets you summon an angel [[MoreDakka armed with a Mini-SAW]]... who does not object in the slightest when you put on a ski mask and begin to torture, maim, extort, etc.
** In addition, because of the way party members behave when talking to eachother, it's very possible for said angel to mock and insult party members with weaker weapons than her.
* {{Gorn}}: You betcher socks it's present!
* HellHound[=/=]RaisingTheSteaks: Zombie dogs are scattered in with the undead. They're fast, but they don't have much health.
* HellIsThatNoise: In ''spades.'' Incessent tittering and giggling, demonic white noise that cuts in and out at random, the wailing and screaming of certain enemies...
* KillItWithFire: The MolotovCocktail, flamethrower and FlareGun are all quite handy.
* KobayashiMario: Arcade mode
* LaughingMad: See GigglingVillain.
* LethalJokeCharacter: One rare item allows you to summon an AI helper dressed in a devil costume and monocle armed with a flamethrower. He's quite handy.
** Occasionally, one of the zombies is a giant mutant smiley face. There are also swarms of tux-wears in top hats.
** And, as noted in GoodIsNotNice, you can find an item that can summon an angel with a Mini-SAW.
* LethalJokeItem: One of the powerups in arcade mode is a self-propelled shopping cart that you drive like a car. Seriously. And it smushes zombies like it's nobody's business.
* MolotovCocktail
* MoreDakka: One of the powerups in arcade mode changes whatever projectile weapon you're using into a spread gun version of itself, while still only using one bullet per trigger pull. There's also a rapid-fire powerup in arcade mode that...Well, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin makes your gun shoot faster]], turning even the meager 9mm pistol into a good suppression weapon. Quite handy. The TEC-9 machine pistol and the Mini-SAW are mondo heavy on the dakka just by themselves.)
* MusicalSpoiler: Of the "basic beat with more instruments added as the situation worsens" variety. Not too spoiler-y since the music change occurs ''alongside'' whatever's happening, but oftentimes the first clue that the quiet, unassuming building you just entered is a zombie-infested death trap is the musical explosion that just deafened you.
* NintendoHard: Safehouse takeover past level 5 or so. Anything in the double digits takes it UpToEleven. Also, just crossing the street is hard in Act 3, even if you have a crew of people with mini-SAWs. You'll have to stop at every other building just to make sure they don't run out of ammo.
* NocturnalMooks: Zombies appear in more varieties and larger numbers at night, as well as... [[SurrealHorror other things]].
* RevolversAreJustBetter: Arguably, the best early-game weapon
* RPGElements
* SawedOffShotgun: The Handcannon
* ShockAndAwe: The Tesla devices. Quite handy during building takeovers. Also, the EMP bombs, which are like one-shot Tesla devices in grenade form.
* ShoutOut: [[WesternAnimation/AquaTeenHungerForce The Broodvich]] is one of the items you can pick up in the Other World. Eating it doesn't actually send you to the Other World, though, another item does that.
* TheSiege: When you try to take over ownership of a building, you will have to fend off squads of militia and police, or hordes of zombies if you're claiming a neutral building.
* SurrealHorror: Definitely has elements of it.
* SurvivalHorror: Well, obviously.
* [[TalkativeLoon Talkative Loons]]: "Hahaha! Talk! [[TransformationTrauma Talk talk talk!]]"
** For context, [[spoiler:that's the last thing that particular zombie says before its head explodes and spider legs sprout from the neck, which continues to fountain blood as the body chases you around the room.]]
* ThatOneLevel: A mission that involves killing swarms of the fat, explosive zombies. They're the only zombie that spawn, and the chain reaction blasts will probably kill you a few dozen times.
* TooDumbToLive: The friendly/neutral human AI is pretty stupid. It gets very annoying when the person your escorting decides to run off and fight all the zombies with a freakin' ''knife''!
** After you've taken over a few houses you'll start getting party members who carry machine guns instead of knives. They're so effective that you'll often find yourself outclassed and often unable to get many kills because of them.
*** Except when they intiate dialog, which renders them unable to defend themselves. They will initiate dialog in the middle of a zombie infested strret, during Act 3, at night.
* VideoGameCaringPotential: A player might feel bad when a companion he's had for a while is killed [[TragicMonster and turns into a zombie.]] [[TooDumbToLive Except when they only have a knife or pistol and attempt to clear an entire street of zombies]] instead of running.
* VideoGameCrueltyPotential: Punt around severed zombie heads like soccer balls! Destroy buildings with C4 to intimidate uncooperative building owners into ceding control to you! Light zombies and humans alike on fire! Influence people by pushing drugs on them! Run over zombies with [[LethalJokeItem a killer shopping cart!]] Electrically torture people with car batteries! And so on.
* WalkItOff: (Slowly) regenerating health is one of the special skills that can be purchased from NPC merchants. The Doctor class begins the game with it as their starting skill.
* WideOpenSandbox: Take story missions! Fight against either the police or the militia! Or just run around and loot and shoot!
* WeakTurretGun: Averted. Sentry turrets and Tesla devices will save your bacon big-time, especially in the 2nd and 3rd acts.
* ZergRush: When trying to take leadership in a neutral building the zombies will bumrush you through every available entrance. The strength of the zombies and how long they'll keep pouring in depends on the difficulty of the takeover.
** Sometimes an entire horde of zombies can appear out of nowhere and swarm you.
* ZombieApocalypse: Of course!
* ZombieGait: Features both classic slow zombies and sprinting ''Film/TwentyEightDaysLater''-style "Infected", the former having been zombified for longer and therefore slower and further along in decay.
* ZombieInfectee: AI buddies who are low on health and have been zombie-bitten will eventually turn into fast-moving Infected if you don't rest them at an Inn or give them medical attention.
** Contrary to the trope, though, is that your buddies usually request you or another AI buddy to kill them before they turn. You can't actually attack them before they turn, but it's good to know you have their consent.

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30th Aug '13 10:44:03 AM EarlOfSandvich
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* BadassBookworm: The Doctor class is a bookish fellow in a lab coat, with glasses and (if you're playing a male) a goatee that makes him the splitting image of a [[HalfLife certain other famous zombie-fighting Doctor]]. No, [[Series/DoctorWho not that Doctor]].

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* BadassBookworm: The Doctor class is a bookish fellow in a lab coat, with glasses and (if you're playing a male) a goatee that makes him the splitting image of a [[HalfLife [[VideoGame/HalfLife certain other famous zombie-fighting Doctor]]. No, [[Series/DoctorWho not that Doctor]].
5th Dec '12 9:30:18 AM Oreochan
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* FromBadToWorse: Act 1 is your typical ZombieApocalypse with some BodyHorror. Act 2 has considerably more BodyHorror and is considerably more eerie. Act 3 drops the pleasantries and dives head on into high octane SurrealHorror.



* ItGotWorse: Act 1 is your typical ZombieApocalypse with some BodyHorror. Act 2 has considerably more BodyHorror and is considerably more eerie. Act 3 drops the pleasantries and dives head on into high octane SurrealHorror.



16th Nov '12 8:59:23 AM erforce
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* ZombieGait: Features both classic slow zombies and sprinting TwentyEightDaysLater-style "Infected", the former having been zombified for longer and therefore slower and further along in decay.

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* ZombieGait: Features both classic slow zombies and sprinting TwentyEightDaysLater-style ''Film/TwentyEightDaysLater''-style "Infected", the former having been zombified for longer and therefore slower and further along in decay.
12th Nov '12 6:50:21 AM Mullon
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A WideOpenSandbox isometric shooter summed up as [[XMeetsY a mixture of]] [[strike: ResidentEvil]] SilentHill, {{Robotron2084}}, DeadRising and VideoGame/GrandTheftAuto, SurvivalCrisisZ is a now-freeware Windows PC game that puts players square in the middle of a city torn by roving undead, bitterly opposed factions, strange mysteries and bizarre phenomena.

to:

A WideOpenSandbox isometric shooter summed up as [[XMeetsY a mixture of]] [[strike: ResidentEvil]] SilentHill, {{Robotron2084}}, DeadRising and VideoGame/GrandTheftAuto, SurvivalCrisisZ is a now-freeware Windows PC game that puts players square in the middle of a city torn by roving undead, bitterly opposed factions, strange mysteries and bizarre phenomena.
4th Aug '12 12:25:12 PM FELH2
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A WideOpenSandbox isometric shooter summed up as [[XMeetsY a mixture of]] [[strike: ResidentEvil]] SilentHill, {{Robotron2084}}, DeadRising and GrandTheftAuto, SurvivalCrisisZ is a now-freeware Windows PC game that puts players square in the middle of a city torn by roving undead, bitterly opposed factions, strange mysteries and bizarre phenomena.

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A WideOpenSandbox isometric shooter summed up as [[XMeetsY a mixture of]] [[strike: ResidentEvil]] SilentHill, {{Robotron2084}}, DeadRising and GrandTheftAuto, VideoGame/GrandTheftAuto, SurvivalCrisisZ is a now-freeware Windows PC game that puts players square in the middle of a city torn by roving undead, bitterly opposed factions, strange mysteries and bizarre phenomena.



* ColorCodedForYourConvenience: the SWAT wear all blue (duh), the rebels wear red street clothes. Allying in either gets you blue pants or a red bandana, respectively.

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* ColorCodedForYourConvenience: the SWAT wear all blue (duh), the rebels wear red street clothes. Allying in either gets you blue pants or a red bandana, respectively.



** And, as noted in GoodIsNotNice, you can find an item that can summon an angel with a Mini-SAW.

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** And, as noted in GoodIsNotNice, you can find an item that can summon an angel with a Mini-SAW.



** For context, [[spoiler:that's the last thing that particular zombie says before its head explodes and spider legs sprout from the neck, which continues to fountain blood as the body chases you around the room.]]

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** For context, [[spoiler:that's the last thing that particular zombie says before its head explodes and spider legs sprout from the neck, which continues to fountain blood as the body chases you around the room.]] ]]



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27th Apr '12 7:00:14 AM SeptimusHeap
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** And when you encounter them, the background changes to a bloodstained complex with words written in blood ranging from threats to pleas for help. [[HighOctaneNightmareFuel Fun stuff.]]

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** And when you encounter them, the background changes to a bloodstained complex with words written in blood ranging from threats to pleas for help. [[HighOctaneNightmareFuel Fun stuff.]]



* NightmareFuelUnleaded: Even despite the somewhat crude graphics. The sound ups the ante.
2nd Apr '12 2:45:51 AM FredMSloniker
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* AwesomeButPractical: The [[FireBreathingWeapon flamethrower]] is a massively devastating, massively satisfying endgame weapon... With possibly one of the *best* ammo-price-to-kill ratios. With a few safehouses owned, the player could probably roast hordes of zombies with nothing *but* the flamethrower, and still make a massive profit.

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* AwesomeButPractical: The [[FireBreathingWeapon flamethrower]] is a massively devastating, massively satisfying endgame weapon... With possibly one of the *best* ''best'' ammo-price-to-kill ratios. With a few safehouses owned, the player could probably roast hordes of zombies with nothing *but* ''but'' the flamethrower, and still make a massive profit.
27th Feb '12 12:15:12 PM Hoheh
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* FragileSpeedster: Relative to most zombies, the dogs. Infected are a subversion..
11th Feb '12 11:26:27 AM nombretomado
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* ShoutOut: [[AquaTeenHungerForce The Broodvich]] is one of the items you can pick up in the Other World. Eating it doesn't actually send you to the Other World, though, another item does that.

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* ShoutOut: [[AquaTeenHungerForce [[WesternAnimation/AquaTeenHungerForce The Broodvich]] is one of the items you can pick up in the Other World. Eating it doesn't actually send you to the Other World, though, another item does that.
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