Video Game: Dead Frontier
A Zombie Apocalypse
, Flash-based (and now in 3D) MMORPG, available here
. Still currently (as of October 2010) in beta stage, with a tentative "full" release date "sometime 2011". The developer, Neil Yates ("AdminPwn") is not known for his estimation skills, however.A Unity3D
version was released in August of 2010; the final game will use this same format.
, the pharmaceutical company Secronom began testing the cancer-fighting "healing virus" Nerotonin-3
on 109 "volunteer" subjects in a French lab. On June 28, the French Gendarmerie
raid the facility and release the subjects
. Hilarity ensues
. When the dust and body parts settle (i.e., when the intro finishes), you begin your (mis)adventures in Nastya's Outpost, one of the last known bastions of humanity in Fairview
, before venturing into the mutant-infested Inner City to hunt and peck for anything of use
There are also 2 online flash games of this series called the Dead Frontier: Outbreak games. They play out like choose own adventures books that follow an unnamed and unseen male character as the protagonist. Dead Frontier: Outbreak involves our hero trying to get back to his house to save his lovely wife and escape to the countryside with her. The sequel starts off at a farm owned by the protagonist's father-in-law. Cholera has infected the farm's drinking water and infected many of inhabitants there, including the protagonist's wife. The protagonist is sent back into the zombie-filled city to bring some antibiotics to treat this infection.
This game provides examples of: