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Franchise: The Walking Zombie. Share Embed. Add to Cart. About This Game The Walking Zombie: Dead City is our small side project about the unlucky survivors in a world destroyed by the zombie apocalypse. You will buy and upgrade weapons, kill tons of zombies and enjoy many different environments and boss fights. It also features an online co-op mode because everyone needs a little bit of human warmth and an extra pair of gun-wielding hands in a world full of zombies!

The Walking Zombie: Dead City is a first-person shooter with a cooperative mode where you play as a rather immobile survivor of the zombie apocalypse. As you progress, you will upgrade your weapon, unlock new ones and buy some grenades or medkits. Your character learns that the hard way when he loses his leg while searching for an important medicine. There is no pleasant apocalypse! You will have to take your gun and kill all zombies that are attracted by the smell of your brain, defeat huge boss monsters and fight in the arena for the amusement of the last human survivors.

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This defaults to your Review Score Setting. Read more about it in the blog post. Share your thoughts with other customers. Write a customer review. Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon. May 27, - Published on Amazon. Verified Purchase. You know how clothing addicts have those 'I've nothing to wear!!! Well the other day I had a similar moment, replacing the wardrobe with my bookshelf, stamping my feet and saying 'I've nothing to read - I want zombies!!!! So I picked up my trusty e-reader and Dead City caught my eye.

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Dead City is what I call a proper zombie book. Because its action packed, gory, scary and creepy, the main characters are tough but flawed and people die. A lot. Eddie is a cop, and whilst trying to deal with some problems at home, receives a call to investigate a disturbance in a local neighbourhood. When arriving he finds a whole bunch of people acting strangely While he struggles to survive and move through the city he meets a bunch of different people who are also trying to ride out the zomb-apocalypse and get the hell out of town - but the zombies obviously have other things on their mind, and his journey is fraught with intense, life-or-death situations.

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This is an action-packed book, there's very little 'down time' or intense dialogue - most conversations take place on the fly, whilst dodging zombies but the relationship building between the characters is done well considering the circumstances. I liked that Eddie wasn't super-cop, he screwed up and got scared, wasn't a crack shot with a pistol and had to rely on hard work and guts to get himself out of trouble.

There is some information on the zombie-virus itself, but it's more the catalyst to the story than a part of it. There are some slightly sexist connotations - the vast majority of the characters are male, and have some badly-disguised condescension for women, but it didn't bother me. There's also one slightly stereotypical moment involving a group of survivors that Eddie meets along the way, but again it was quite mild.

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Did Dead City satisfy my zombie craving? It was everything I was hanging out for, but now that I've got a taste for it, I can't wait to read the next book in the series. Favourite Quote: ''I refuse to let a bunch of zombies ruin the end of the world for me. May 31, - Published on Amazon. I rarely give three star ratings. I think I am this time, because this book could be so much more. Yes, there were zombies, o'plenty. There were mangled people, deaths, plenty of guys and gore. But, there were no connections anywhere.

dethypibipers.tk He is a policeman, he finds other policemen. They kill zombies. He finds a nice man and they discuss changing the world by building bridges. That's it. There could have been so much more. July 13, - Published on Amazon.

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Prior to reading the book, I was not expecting much from it, just another casual, action-focused survival tale in the Zombie world. I was wrong. This book goes much, much further than that. The story is centered around the struggle of Eddie Hudson, a San Antonio, low-key cop with absolutely nothing of a superhero. This anti-hero is motivated by a simple objective: get back to his loved ones, ie his 6-month old son and his woman-with-an-attitude wife through hostile territory.

Read, a ruined city packed with zombies.