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Small Town Terrors: Livingston

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Ever taken a wrong turn on a car trip? A bad sense of direction should not turn into something so dire. In an instant, there's a bad accident. You awaken from a coma to the scene of a living nightmare. The hospital is a dreadful place that looks like it does more harm to patients than good. Even worse, your family is nowhere to be found.

Flesh-Eating Zombies

Proceed with caution as you venture through an apocalyptic atmosphere. Sinister forces hide beneath the shadows and danger lurks around every turn. The local residents have all transformed into flesh-eating zombies. Our heroine must find her husband and daughter and escape before they all succumb to the horrible fate befalling Livingston.

State of Chaos

The entire town is in a state of chaos. Crazed zombies appear to be on the loose. Small Town Terrors: Livingston is not a game for the faint of heart…

Stop the Horror

You must uncover the cause of the evil and find your family before it's too late. Bit by bit, piece together what happened in this terrifying tale. Search for your family; uncover the horror that has corrupted nearly every living thing and fight to escape with your life.

Features

Explore abandoned buildings and search for helpful items as you try to piece together what has happened to the town. Find your family before all is lost! From beginning to end, you will be mesmerized by the zombie-dominated storyline and its advanced hidden object puzzle adventure game features.

  • Explore a town plagued with zombies
  • Uncover mysterious evil
  • Find your missing family
  • Spooky original score sets the mood
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Gunnar Games
Publisher
Viva Meda
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Windows Vista®, Windows® 7, Windows® 8, Windows® 10
  • Processor: Intel® Pentium® processor (or equivalent AMD processor) 1.2 GHz or faster
  • Memory: 256 MB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX® compatible video card
  • Storage: 1 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0 compatible sound card
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Small Town Terrors: Livingston reviews and comments

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As always I took this game in a bundle, and although you should always give a judgement regarding the sale price, these games are often given away for a few pennies or, in fact, bundled, and therefore my opinion is relative to the price on offer , otherwise I would never give a favorable vote given their short duration in relation to the price. In any case, it is a "basic" HoG, without anything out of the ordinary aside from the introduction of a variable health system, which will require you to find first aid kits to increase your health level before you can perform actions requiring a Some physical strength, with the result of having taken a certain quantity after the action has been accomplished. Aside from this little variation, there's nothing else out of the box. There are completely Missing voice-overs, but there are short films at the end of each chapter or every time something interesting happens in the story. There is the map but without the fast travel. It is also beautiful to be seen, with an aerial view of the area and also animated, but given its inutility, I used it once and then never again. I Must however say that, given the division of the game in chapters (though not explicitly), it will never be difficult, long or too tedious to navigate between the scenes, and therefore the fast travel is less necessary than usual. There is a good number of hidden-object scenes that are also done quite well, and also these are never repeated, keeping the game varied and interesting. The mini-games are interesting to the point that I missed only one that I remember, and not too difficult. Although The story is the usual story of zombies, I found it paradoxically more interesting than many other games of this genre, where often you travel all too fancy creating stories unnecessarily intricate, complex and difficult to follow. Here We have a mother who tries to escape from the infected area, while trying to find and save her child, a story with which it is easy to identify and simple to follow. I Didn't find any technical problems of any kind. There are negative reviews that talk about lack of full-screen mode, but this is fake: In fact the game started me in full screen mode but you can also play it in the window. Other reviews say that the game does not support the wide-screen and that the graphics are enlarged to fit it, but even that is false: although it is true that the game is in the format 4:3, the graphics are not enlarged automatically, but probably these users do not have Set your graphics driver and/or your monitor correctly to not fit the image to the screen. To me, the game is displayed in 4:3 with the usual black bands on the sides, and without deformation. In Short, a simple HoG lasting less than 3 hours, but that does everything in the right way, for my liking, and that advice in discount or bundled without reservations.
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