Works on: Windows 10 | Windows 8.1 | Windows 8 | Windows 2012 File Format: exe
SHA1 Hash: e3635b7d05a35d0c8860963ebbb07351a9d9cc1a Game Platform: PC | Windows
Size: 195.28 MB
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Downloads: 934 License: Free
Dead Void 2 is a free game by Falco Software Company and works on Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 2012.
You can download Dead Void 2 which is 195.28 MB in size and belongs to the games category Survival, Casual, FPS. Dead Void 2 was last updated on 2017-04-27 and is currently at version 2.
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Zombies are an overused concept in movies and video games, and itâ€™s no wonder that most people are pretty tired of killing the undead. Even so, there could be a few more original ideas left in the genre, but then again itâ€™s a lot easier to revamp a classic concept and just try to make as much money as possible until people realize thereâ€™s nothing new to your idea.
A town full of zombies and a single survivor to take them on
Dead Void 2 is a first-person shooter in which you have to explore a town full of undead monsters and make sure you kill them before they get a chance to infect you as well. The gameplay is as simple as it can get in the genre, and thereâ€™s no story to talk about either, which means that the experience gets repetitive and boring in a rush, especially if you are a veteran of the genre.
To begin with, there are barely any explanations for what happened and how the zombie infestation came to be. The whole story is explained in the gameâ€™s description, which tells you that the main character is just someone who needs to survive in a town full of monsters until help arrives. Thus, the gameplay is the most important element, given the fact that thereâ€™s nothing else to distract you.
Basic shooter mechanics with nothing exciting about them
Unfortunately, that is not actually the case, because there is nothing innovative about the mechanics. In fact, they are a lot less refined than what other games are offering at the moment, including other zombie survival shooters. Hence, itâ€™s difficult to see why you would choose this one over them, especially when nothing else is particularly impressive either.
The graphics do not make a lasting impression either, given the fact that they as repetitive as they can get when it comes to textures and architecture. It feels like you are exploring a town that has always been empty anyway, because it certainly has no soul and no personality. Not much can be said about the sound quality either, but at least that can be disabled if you get too annoyed by it.
More of a blueprint for an actual game
In the end, Dead Void 2 feels like an unfinished project at this point, and itâ€™s not really worth your time unless you have nothing else to turn to. Thus, you are much better off with any of the other games in the genre.