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Zombie Solitaire 2 Chapter 3

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  • Many small improvement's (based on community feedback)
  • 100+ exciting NEW levels
  • 4th instalment of the hit series "Zombie Solitaire"
  • Optimized and even more challenging solitaire levels
  • Lightning fast time management battles
  • Premium entertainment for the whole family
  • Engaging zombie tale full of fun ideas
  • Numerous power-ups and useful wild cards
  • Challenging Match 3 duels
  • Wacky multiple-choice adventures in which your decisions influence how the story develops
  • Entertaining mini games of various genres such as adventure quests and puzzles

...and, hopefully, for the last time: tons of Zombies!
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  • OS: Windows Vista/7/8/10
  • Processor: Intel Pentium (or similar AMD) 1.5 GHz
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Graphics: 256 MB
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 200 MB available space
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Zombie Solitaire 2 Chapter 3 reviews and comments

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Product received for free Zombie Solitaire 2, Chapter 3-a sequel to quality Solitaire from German razslaves from Rokapublish. Since the changes compared to the first and second chapters are minimal, the review will be a partial copy of my reviews on the previous part. Plot. Our hero failed to escape from Zombakov by air (at the end of the first chapter), nor by sea (at the end of the second), and he decided to spit on everything and find the pyramids of which spread the zombie virus... Although wait, in the first part it was said that the zombie virus appeared in poisoned tofu-burgers, and here are the pyramids? WTF?! The Plot is for a tick, and logic in it is not. And what else to expect from the casual solitaire? The Ending is made by the way so that it was possible to continue to nag the continuation. Gameplay. 100 levels with different solitaire layouts. The Division into zones is rather symbolic. The Goofy "hidden objects from the first chapter was removed, and the plot beats were returned from the first part, although they are smaller than in the second chapter. In the third chapter there were battles with zombie diabetics, in which you need to quickly collect a set of sweets (his own for each zombie), and to get the sugar evil in them. In This chapter there are also text events in which you can win or lose "wild cards" and money, although after a third of the game, they are long cut off. As in the first chapter there are levels with the battles with zombies, in the style of three-in-a-row. After passing the levels we will receive gold which can be spent on one-time bonuses and "wild cards" with cards from 1 to 9. The Bonuses are the same as in the first and second chapters. At The end there is a puzzle on picking up the picture-the puzzle is partially broken, and may not be collected. This is Solved by rebooting the level. Graphics and sounds. From the first part, everything remains almost the same, so here will be a copy of past reviews. Decent "Cartoon Drawing" (and what else to expect from a casual game?), normal music. Overall, everything is casual, but not bad. As a result. Good sequel, Good Solitaire. Compared to the first part, the game has become longer and a little more difficult. The Third chapter on duration is roughly equal to the previous. Minus-a bug with a puzzle (at the end of the game), can be a bit of a mess. Fans of Solitaire and/or zombies, you can play. 6 Burgers with tofu from 10 Reviews of past parts: Zombie Solitaire Zombie Solitaire 2 Chapter 1 Zombie Solitaire 2 Chapter 2 http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=1126011506 P. S: If this review was useful for You put the likes as well as Add friends and subscribe to me as a curator-online Reviews
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