- Abhorrent Admirer: The Russian towards The German.
- Anachronism Stew: Most of the guns you can buy have yet to be invented in WW2 which includes an AK-47 and an automatic defense grid armed with an M60. Even the game Lampshades about this.
- Elite Zombie: You can run into this games version of a tank.
- Enemy Mine: An American GI, a Russian rifleman and a German officer working together to survive 30 nights against zombies.
- Frying Pan of Doom: The German Officer has a pretty strong Frying Pan for a melee attack.
- I Ate WHAT?!: During one cutscene, The Russian creates some Borscht for him and his allies. The GI first wonders where he got the meat, it doesn't take him long to realize where he got it.
- Machete Mayhem: The American GI's melee weapon of choice is a machete.
- More Dakka: Most of the GI's weapons are machine guns and assault rifles.
- Our Zombies Are Different: Normal zombies, fat zombies, super zombies and dog zombies are the type of enemies that have been confirmed so far.
- Shotguns Are Just Better: The German Officer's main weapon of choice.
- The Smurfette Principle: The German Officer, even the Steam Trailer Lampshades this.
- Vodka Drunkenski: The Russian rifleman makes a lot of quips about his love of vodka.
- Wham Episode: After Night 25. No joke or silly antics going on. Just everyone, including The Russian, sitting and looking tired.
Video Game / Deadly 30
Deadly 30 is a game created by Ignatus Zuk and Gonzossm. Deadly 30 is a mix of RPG, survival game, Tower Defense and a Shoot 'Em Up. Set in World War II, the game begins when an American GI finds himself lost in a forest but finds a shelter with a diesel engine powering it. However, the shelter soon gets attack by zombies, forcing the GI to fight off the zombies throughout the night. Given 30 days to survive, the GI must gather supplies, buy new defenses for the shelter and allies which include a Russian riflemen and a German officer. Will they survive against the horde of zombies?The game was released on March 30, and can be purchased for $5 on their website. It was originally planned to be release on Newgrounds but as production went on, it was decided it could be released commercially. The creators were approached by HeadUp Games to publish the game and is now available on Steam.Here's the trailer of the game.