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Undead Development

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Undead Development is a virtual reality game built for the HTC Vive. Explore different environments and scavenge for supplies, weapons, and ammo. Choose a base to defend and start boarding up any openings with the hammer tool. Break apart furniture and use the pieces to wall up your new home. The undead horde will soon put your construction skills to the test. See how long you can last with short breaks to rebuild and scavenge again.Dynamic Nailing
Undead Development has a dynamic nailing system that allows you to nail any object to another. Board up an open doorway to slow down the undead, nail an axe to your rifle, or see what happens when you nail a bear trap to the end of a baseball bat. What creative ways will you come up with to defend your home?Features
  • Explore maps and choose your base to defend
  • Scavenge for supplies from randomized loot
  • Break apart furniture and use it to fortify your base
  • Use the dynamic nailing system to find creative ways to protect yourself

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System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8.1 or Windows 10
  • Processor: Intel™ Core™ i5-4590 or AMD FX™ 8350, equivalent or better
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce™ GTX 1060 or AMD Radeon™ RX 480, equivalent or better
  • Additional Notes: The HTC Vive is required to play Undead Development
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Microsoft from Deutsch
Early Access Review Super Game, mainly because of the nail hammer System, I mean, in what Game can you please nail a Desert Eagle to a Shotgun that is nailed to an Axe, which in turn hangs on a Screwdriver? So: (Screwdriver) (Shotgun) (Axe) Deagle)
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Microsoft from Russian
Early Access Review Well, you should immediately notice that, perhaps, the game is the only one of its kind. At least I haven't seen anything like this yet. It is not very razoomatnoy, but it has good potential, and I even recorded a couple of videos (which never happened to me). The First came out spontaneously, and, although it was hilarious, there were moments that are better to just skip. In the second I undertook to explain the simple mechanics and pointed to the most obvious bugs (Fici?). I'm giving it to your court. https://youtu.be/yVDa0IiX708?t=1386 https://youtu.be/c6l0KYqbQWI?t=364
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Microsoft from Russian
Early Access Review Undead Development-A good VR-simulator survival in a limited space. Enough already widespread genre in our time. But, for VR, this game proved to be very good. The Essence of the game is simple-SURVIVE! Zombie Rod is growing with each new wave. Starting with very slow zombies and ending up very fast in armor, etc. We have A large selection of firearms, melee weapons, as well as grenades, Molotov cocktails, traps, RPG, chainsaw, etc. The Main feature of the game, unlike similar similar games-is the availability of the possibility of making barricades, using a hammer. I Must say a very cheerful occupation... To beat the toilet on the 3-and nail to the doorpost door-quite amusing.)) To Break a bed and in turn on a bottom to beat to Windows-very efficiently. Even a computer diskette, nailed to anything, will also briefly detain Zombarâ...:D What I liked:-Nice looking graphics; -Possibility of making barricades; -A Large selection of weapons, as well as the upgrade of weapons, traps, hammer, etc.; -A Sufficient number of cards that would not have bored the game; -Variety of zombies. What did not like:-The Main disadvantage for me is the strict restriction of movement in the allotted space. It a little. In addition, these places are scriptozed and a few on each map of our choice. I.E. Initially the map is large, we can run around, but at the moment of the wave of zombies, we are automatically transferred to a specific (small) point for survival and go beyond its borders we can not until the end of the wave; -Enough boring zombie extermination; -Boring, but not bad sound range. Anyway, I liked the game. For PC-never would have bought. But, for VR-the game has come. 10 scored axes to the shotgun of 10.
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