Building on survivalist and horror themes, players in 7 Days to Die can scavenge the abandoned cities of the buildable and destructible voxel world for supplies or explore the wilderness to gather raw materials to build their own tools, weapons, traps, fortifications and shelters.
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Release Date: Dec 13, 2013

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7 Days to Die thrusts players into the aftermath of the fall of civilization with only their wits and bare hands to survive. In this continually evolving title currently in alpha stage development, players must explore the open world alone or with friends to build tools, weapons and shelter against the dangers of the reanimated dead, infected wildlife and the world itself.”
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January 8

Alpha 11 Status, Xmas Contest Winners & More!

Happy New Year Survivalists,
We hope all of you had a wonderful game filled holiday break and that your loot chests we’re full from a great Christmas loot run. So now that we’re back we’re going to share our Alpha 11 plan, announce the Christmas screenshot winners and share a little more good news. Here goes!

Alpha 11 Status, Xmas Contest Winners & More!


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December 29, 2014

A10.4 B10 Hotfix is out!

Happy New Year Survivalists,
We fixed a problem where some mesh instances were set improperly to static resulting in framerate loss and lag. From our testing this fix has improved framerate for everyone.

This patch is save game, network and backward compatible with A10.4 b9

And if you haven't done so be sure to check out the Christmas Xcreenshot Contest

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Reviews

“7 Days to Die achieves exactly what it sets out to be. It’s a fun and intense post-apocalyptic sandbox with all the right mix of base-defense, scavenging, and exploration.”
8.3 – Shoost

“7 Days to Die is like Minecraft with Gravity. Building defenses with friends and huddling in the corner hoping no zombies get through can be great fun. But what keeps me coming back to the game is the TNT.”
Kotaku

“7 Days to Die looks genuinely impressive, and I can’t see this not making a huge impact when it arrives.”
Rock, Paper, Shotgun

About This Game


Building on survivalist and horror themes, players in 7 Days to Die can scavenge the abandoned cities of the buildable and destructible voxel world for supplies or explore the wilderness to gather raw materials to build their own tools, weapons, traps, fortifications and shelters. In coming updates these features will be expanded upon with even more depth and a wider variety of choices to survive the increasing dangers of the world. Play alone or with friends, run your own server or join others.

7 Days to Die development was launched following a successful Kickstarter campaign in August 2013, demonstrating the initial prototype. Joining us in early access now will help support the cause and ensure continued expansion of the development team, their efforts and the planning and addition of even more features and depth eagerly awaited by fans.

Many of our fans have commented in these early stages that they feel we are building the survival\zombie game they have always wanted. Our goal is to live up to this as much as we can and build a customizable, moddable game that allows users to fine tune their survival and zombie experience to create the experience players and their friends want.



  • Random World Generation - Play Navezgane or roll the dice and dive back into the game with friends in a randomized world with huge cities, towns, rivers, lakes, mountains, valleys, roads and wilderness locations.
  • Create and Destroy - The world terrain, structures and items can be destroyed or scrapped for resources. Re-purpose collected materials to build custom structures and fortification by hand, placing building pieces into the world in real time.
  • Terrain Enhancement - The terrain is now both smooth and natural but can still be destroyed and mined.
  • Upgradable Fort Building - Player built structures are assembled from framework which can be upgraded supporting wood, cobblestone and concrete upgrade paths. Hammer away just like real building and use Land Claim blocks to protect your fort in PvP.
  • Structural Integrity - Buildings and terrain formations which are too unstable can fall apart if proper supports are not built. Some building materials are stronger than others and pieces which break off and fall can be dangerous or deadly if they fall on you or enemies.
  • Item Crafting & Degradation - With a continually growing list of over 250 recipes, gather resources such as plant fibers, wood and metal to create weapons and tools such as hand made crossbows, knives and hammers. As your tools wear out over time, use your crafting skills to repair them.
  • Plants and Animals - Locate seeds to plant and grow vegetables, and head out into the wilderness to hunt animals once the cabinets in abandoned buildings are already plundered.
  • Stealth System - Sneak past zombies who can see, hear and smell you and smelly items in your inventory and throw rocks to distract them.
  • Buff/Debuff System – Enjoy or deal with a multitude of buffs or debuffs like a caffeine buzz or a broken leg in our rapidly growing Buff/Debuff System with over a dozen boosts or ailments.
  • Cooperative Mode - Tired of zombie apocalypses that are more about fighting humans than zombies? Team up with your friends to work with other survivors rather than against them, using group efforts to build settlements and safety.
  • Character Customization - Full Character creation system with face/body morphing, custom skin, eye, hair color, facial hair and a multitude of visible clothing and armor.



(Features in various stages of development, which will be added as the project progresses)

  • World Building Tools and Mod Support - Greatly expanded creation tools for players to create their own apocalypse for them and their friends, including Steam Workshop support.
  • Skill Trees - Choose unique character skills and perks to enhance your characters abilities.
  • Drivable Vehicles - The cars in the world have long since decayed, but you may find enough raw parts to build a custom ride.
  • Skills System – Earn XP and upgrade your skills to become the ultimate Bruiser, Gun Nut, Gadget Man, Chemist or Stealth Agent.
  • Missions & Story Points- Do favors for NPC characters in return for experience and rewards, and learn more about what has happened in the world.
  • Infected Wildlife - Wildlife can become infected. There will be bears. Zombie bears.
  • Virtual Reality Headset Support - For the times when wandering through the woods at night isn't quite scary enough.
  • Environmental Temperature - Find shelter or build a campfire. Cold nights or long days in the desert will make a difference.
  • Weather Effects - The weather will change, and it may influence your survival.
  • NPC Characters - Stumble upon the occasional computer controlled character. Talk, trade or engage them. Locate safe houses controlled by them.
  • Professional Soundtrack & Voices - For those who prefer mood setting music to go with their game, and professional screaming.

System Requirements

Windows
Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    Minimum:
    • OS: WindowsXP (Service Pack 3)
    • Processor: 2.4 Ghz Dual Core CPU
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 512MB Dedicated Memory
    • DirectX: Version 10
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Hard Drive: 3 GB available space
    • Sound Card: Sound Card: DirectX® Compatible
    • Additional Notes: Running the Dedicated Server and Client on the same computer will double ram requirements. Also future releases may require more hard drive space.
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows 7 or higher
    • Processor: 3.0 Ghz Quad Core CPU or faster
    • Memory: 6 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 2 GB Dedicated Memory
    • DirectX: Version 10
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Hard Drive: 3 GB available space
    • Sound Card: Sound Card: DirectX® Compatible
    • Additional Notes: Running the Dedicated Server and Client on the same computer will double ram requirements. Also future releases may require more hard drive space.
    Minimum:
    • OS: 10.6
    • Processor: 2.4 Ghz Dual Core CPU
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 512MB Dedicated Memory
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Hard Drive: 3 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: Running the Dedicated Server and Client on the same computer will double ram requirements. Also future releases may require more hard drive space.
    Recommended:
    • OS: 10.9
    • Processor: 3.0 Ghz Quad Core CPU or faster
    • Memory: 6 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 2 GB Dedicated Memory
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Hard Drive: 3 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: Running the Dedicated Server and Client on the same computer will double ram requirements. Also future releases may require more hard drive space.
    Minimum:
    • OS: Ubuntu 12.04
    • Processor: 2.4 Ghz Dual Core CPU
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 512MB Dedicated Memory
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Hard Drive: 3 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: Running the Dedicated Server and Client on the same computer will double ram requirements. Also future releases may require more hard drive space.
    Recommended:
    • OS: Ubuntu 14.04
    • Processor: 3.0 Ghz Quad Core CPU or faster
    • Memory: 6 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 2 GB Dedicated Memory
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Hard Drive: 3 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: Running the Dedicated Server and Client on the same computer will double ram requirements. Also future releases may require more hard drive space.
Helpful customer reviews
268 of 313 people (86%) found this review helpful
84 people found this review funny
24.3 hrs on record
Posted: January 30
Early Access Review
The games title is misleading, it only took me about 11 minutes to die.
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183 of 212 people (86%) found this review helpful
37 people found this review funny
65.7 hrs on record
Posted: February 7
Early Access Review
-Wake up
-Cut some wood
-Stack some wood
-Stack some more wood
-Look up to see you've made a fortress
-Look at your play time: 65 hours
-Sob quietly

15/10 Recommend
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62 of 73 people (85%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
107.3 hrs on record
Posted: February 6
Early Access Review
I'm writing this review after clocking a good amount of playtime and hope my lengthy review can be of some use to new/current/veteran/potential players. It's always good to start with the good:

THE PROS
  • This game is the love-child of The Walking Dead (TV show) and Minecraft
  • Relatively friendly interface and easy-to-play (a contradiction noted in the THE CONS)
  • Great sandbox experience; allowing players to adopt any playstyle they choose would suit them in the apocalypse: hoarder, scavenger, murderer, good samaritan.. with amazing potential for roleplay experience!
  • Huge list of craftable weapons whether they be melee or firearms; each with their own advantages.
  • Huge list of craftable materials which can be used to manipulate a fully functional envrionment (if you see it, you can destroy it)
  • Good balance between "risk/reward" and "time spent in-game/achievement"
  • Great modding options for setting-up servers to suit your playstyle

THE CONS - The majority of which are experienced in multiplayer games.
  • This is Alpha. Be careful if you choose to buy/play this game. It is riddled with bugs/glitches/cheats/hacks.
  • Complaining or asking for help on official forums in relation to multiplayer games, will be met with: "This is alpha", "Go play single-player", "This is alpha!", "Join a server with your friend", "THIS IS ALPHA!"
  • Unfriendly interface for joining multiplayer games. I still have no idea what some of those 'filter' options mean/do and there is nothing in-game that explains them; not even on the wiki or offical website.
  • Anti-cheat system doesn't work
  • Frustratingly annoying to connect directly to a friend's game. Port-forwarding, etc
  • No option to "type only to friends" or "private whisper" in-game. All typing is global.
  • Relatively slow updates from the devs
  • Rocket launchers, advanced military sniper rifles and fully-automatic machine guns *sigh* (A personal "con" for me, as it destroys the immersion of a zombie apocalypse)
  • Single player soon becomes extremely tedious/pointless.

Known Cheats/Exploits
  • No-clip. Players can shoot through walls, floors, etc.
  • Duplicate items. Players can stack/duplicate items.
  • Track bedroll. Players can track another player's base after he/she places a bedroll.
  • Invisible killing. Players can attack another player from anywhere on the map.
  • Flying.
  • Item spawning.

Despite there being more CONS, the PROS significantly outweigh them.

Hope this helps. I strongly recommend this game. Buy it.
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31 of 39 people (79%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
51.8 hrs on record
Posted: January 30
Early Access Review
Survival isn’t about immense power, gluttony, or the ability to safely forage, farm or store an infinite amount of food in your home. Survival is about a constant struggle to stay alive in a dangerous and uncertain environment, where the odds are most certainly stacked against you. And it is this essence which 7 Days to Die captures adequately and beautifully in the beginning, but which eventually diminishes and peters out due to the game’s lack of late-game content.

Starting out in 7 Days to Die is hard, very hard. The game is similar to Minecraft, it has no storyline, no tutorial to guide you on what to do next. Instead, you are simply thrown in the middle of the world in your underpants, no tools, only a can of chili, a bottle of water, a bandage, and a torch to your name, and tasked to survive.

Juggling your character's various needs, and managing your daylight time properly are both essential components of a viable survival strategy. And it's what makes 7 Days to Die so compelling and stimulating to play. Because frankly speaking, you never quite have enough at the start. And depending on your luck, that undesirable state may persist for a few more in-game days. The Fun Pimps have rightly, in my opinion, made some of tools that are important, but not strictly necessary to survival in the beginning, difficult to obtain.

And herein lies 7 Days to Die’s biggest problem. Because so much of its appeal is derived from putting its players in the seat of a survivor who never quite has enough to eat, drink, and is constantly struggling to stay alive against the odds which the game stacks heavily against them from the getgo, the lack of a forceful impetus to survive in the middle or later portion of a game, as one’s character gains in strength and survivability, ultimately and ironically detracts from that appeal.

This weakness speaks more to 7 Days to Die’s apparent lack of late-game content than its heavy reliance on a relatively unsustainable premise such as survivability. At the moment, the game fully expects and encourages you to become stronger, but imposes no additional challenges to test your new-found strength. Zombies stay the same, develop no new capabilities, and although the game attempts to shake things up by throwing massive hordes of zombies at you every 7 in-game days or so, they are easily countered if you properly fortify your stronghold.

I fully expect, and have faith, that The Fun Pimps will properly flesh out 7 Days to Die's content. At the moment, 7 Days to Die is still capable of offering its players many hours of deep and complex gameplay. I have only spent 50 hours playing it so far, and I believe I will continue to spend more time exploring, surviving and building in in 7 Days to Die.

As an early access game, 7 Days to Die is definitely worth your money.
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26 of 34 people (76%) found this review helpful
17 people found this review funny
11.5 hrs on record
Posted: February 14
Early Access Review
I was searching for antibiotics to cure my dysentery, and I happened upon a barn. I went in, climbed the ladder to the second floor, and saw a nice hay bale. I picked the hay bale up and the roof suddenly caved in, hit the floor, and then the floor caved in. Dysentery was then the least of my problems, as I lay dead in the shell of the once proud barn.

10/10 would pick up hay bale again.
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22 of 29 people (76%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
211.2 hrs on record
Posted: February 10
Early Access Review
Started game with my friend, We decided to cut down some tree...

15 hours later.. we realise we needed to sleep lol.

Truly a wonderful game to play with friends. would recommend for person wanting some good time to spend with friends and love ones :)
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17 of 23 people (74%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
743.8 hrs on record
Posted: February 3
Early Access Review
Great game. 10 out of 10. Would buy again. One of the only early access games that is not a total ♥♥♥♥ing scam. This game is the real deal.
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13 of 16 people (81%) found this review helpful
231.5 hrs on record
Posted: February 9
Early Access Review
I have found it quite difficult to write a review for this early-access game.
Having some 200 hours beneath my belt on it, I feel that I have tested out a lot of the game.

I will start out by saying that I liked earlier iterations of the game, so this will undoubtedly colour my perception.

First off the basic.
It is a survival/horror FPS crafting game.
Still in Alpha. (Alpha 10.4 if I remember correctly at the moment of writing).
A lone survivor (in single player) or one of the few (in Multi player) living in a world infested with zombies.

The task of the player is to survive.
This is achieved by collecting resources, killing zombies and crafting places to stay safe.

What is this? What is that? Woah! A big world.
The game has a wonderful big world. It comes in two iterations. Navezgane, which is a pre-designed world with all biomes and cities. And then a random generated world.
In both cases the game world is a representation of an alternative earth, filled with Zombies and empty towns and cities. Ruins, ghost towns and broken cars litter the landscape.
Everything from a scrap of paper, to a gun, to glass-beakers can be found in this world. And this is important because...

Resources. Always resources.
A big part of the game is collect materials that will help the player to stay alive. And this is, in short a big task to do, though not impossible. This is very similar to Minecraft in that respect, where the player starts with hitting bushes or trees and the grass. Find a rock and the player is that much closer to make a stone axe.
But unlike Minecraft, this game happens in an Earth-like world, where houses, cars and dumping grounds can be found, with materials fitting quite nicely. Thanks to this, the game can present something quite extensive, which is...

Building my tiny house.
The biggest strength of the game is it's crafting system. Minecraft players will feel at home and be marvelled by the variety of crafting possibilities.
As stated above, the large variety of materials means that the player can craft everything from the basic stone axe, to a high powered sniper rifle along with housing ranging from dirt-huts to big iron bunkers.

Game mechanics
One of the things that put 7dtd apart from Minecraft is its graphics. I will not dwell to much on this, but it gets the job done. Look pretty good and the latest version of the world works fairly well, with the ground being made up of diamonds, rather than squares, which gives a more organic feeling to it, compared to the blocky Minecraft. (Though, personally, I was quite fond of the square building-blocks the world was made of in earlier iterations)
However. On with also learn that this game incorporates physics, which means that the player cannot just build a platform in the air, without some form of support. Personally I have tried to carve out a huge cave under a lake, only to have the cave collapse on me because the roof could no longer support it self. Wood, stone and metal have different values in hit-points, weight and carrying capability. On will enjoy trying to build a large bridge or fortress, making sure that it is sound in structure...

Engine
However... from a technical standpoint, the engine and render that the game runs on is somewhat poorly optimised. This became very appearant with one of the later updates, where the game suddenly starts to lag or gets low fps, which is quite annoying. I am sure that the developers are working on this and it will be fixed in later updates, since this was not a problem before.

Killing and slaughter
Another part of the game lies in killing zombies of different types. This is either done by melee or ranged. And range is done by the use of firearms. It is done quite well, even at this fairly early stage and the developers are working on improving it in later versions.

Would I recommend this game?
I will have to say yes.
I did have a lot of issues with the game after an update, which limited the players ability to craft certain things until a book was read giving a specific recipe. (This is the forge-recipe we are talking about). Coupled with the unoptimised engine, I felt that the game had been broken, both technically and game-play wise.
However. I decided to play again, lowered the graphics a bit, started a random generated world to see whether or not it was impossible to actually achieve what I wanted.
With this, the game gave me a pleasant surprise and I am back in it again.

So... for those of you, who wants a time-sink, while building a castle, surviving, hunting or even trapping zombies this is a game for you.
For those unsure at this point, wait for a while until Beta arrives. The developers update often and the game is showing good progress and potential.

This was my two cents and as a last remark, I would mention that I really enjoy this game myself.
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12 of 15 people (80%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
85.4 hrs on record
Posted: February 13
Early Access Review
I've never played a better early access game than this one, It has so much potential and is definitely worth the $25.
I would recommend 7 Days to Die to anyone that enjoys open world survival games.

Over the 85 hours I've played this game I have never come accross a bug or glitch, this has surprised me tremendously and continues to impress myself and friends.
This game has a lot to it and continues to add more things to occupy the community and multiplayer servers, however, after you make your perfect base, have immense amounts of food and water etc it can become boring and repetitive at times.
I do believe that as the game develops many more things will be added and that feeling will be no more.

So my personal thoughts on why I would recommend this game-

Updates: The Devs are frequently updating this game.
Bugs: Hardly found and when they are they are quickly removed.
Community/Servers: Many friendly people, easy to team up with and assist others.
Crafting: Crafting is one of the many things that make this game impressive and enjoyable, the crafting system is unique and has various amounts of recipes.

Would I discourage you to get this game? No not at all.
This game personally has definitely earned its place on my favourites list.

However please be aware that is game is early access and you may come accross bugs, errors or other things that may effect your gameplay but if your okay with that go ahead and buy it.
You won't regret it.
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16 of 24 people (67%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
508.2 hrs on record
Posted: February 5
Early Access Review
probably the best zombie apocalypse game iv ever played
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8 of 10 people (80%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
45.4 hrs on record
Posted: February 24
Early Access Review
With about 45 hours played and several late night sessions with buddies, I am really enjoying myself with this game.

As it is still in Alpha, obviously the game isn't perfect. But with that being said this is easily one of the best early access games I have had the oppurtunity to be a part of.

The game has an awesome feel to it, from the eerie noises that come randomly, to the distinct sound each set of zombie makes I have no choice but to appreciate the effort that has already been put into this game. One of my favorite things so far is the unique biomes that 7D2D has implemented.

From the cool, innocent looking spring setting with green grass and red chrysanthumums, to the winter/snow biome with unique zombies for that enviroment. You'll be looking for an airdrop one day that takes you from the desert to the creepy wasteland into the city and the next thing you know savage dogs will be chasing you and you'll be wishing you stayed back at camp!

There's many fun and exciting moments to be had in 7D2D, so if anyone reading this is into zombie survival games I would highly recommend this one.

+ With frequent updates and patches from the Devs, it's hard not to want to support this up and coming gem.
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8 of 11 people (73%) found this review helpful
4 people found this review funny
32.3 hrs on record
Posted: February 11
Early Access Review
Day 1 Finds house me and a friend live in it
Day 2 Zombies attack house
Day 3 ate last of food
Day 4 straving
Day 5 Found cat food went over to other side of the room ate cat food without friend
Day 6 Dogs went through roof and mob me. Friend Died
Day 7 zombies made house collapsed I got killed by Dog

11/10 Best Roof survival game
Never leave the door open at night.
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10 of 15 people (67%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
41.3 hrs on record
Posted: February 16
Early Access Review
Tja also nach 34.4 stunden sowohl MP als SP kann ich folgendes sagen:
1. Grafik nicht die Welt ist aber ein relativ kleines Game und hat ein super Konzept
2. Das Gameplay einfach nur lustig
3. Man muss immer gewappnet sein menüpause: was ist das? ;)
4. Alles muss gecraftet werden eine Schusswaffe zu finden ist so wahrscheinlich wie alle Zombies zu töten
5. ICH LIEBE ES! EMPFEHLUNG FÜR ALLE DIE ZOMBIE BASHEN LIEBEN UND SOWOHL SP ALSO MP SPIELEN

Well after about 34.4 hours i would say i could comment on it ( even i Played both modes SP and MP)

1. Graphics aren't the worst but not the best, the game data aren't this big so its a pretty nice concept
2.Gameplay: well killing your friend or work togehter, bashing zombies, building your "Castle" or just farming on your potato farm,... this game got everything you won't ( and no it's not LIKE MINECRAFT!, because the graphics are about 4747743837474 better and funnier then minecraft ( GLITCHES EVERYWHERE!))
3. always be alerted, zombies are everywhere and kind of In-game-menu-pause doesn't exist ( game's runnign all the time)

4. Crafting is Life: you may find a pistol or two but that's it. you have to craft most of the things you need. thats what makes it interesting

5. all in all :

AT FIRST YOU WILL HATE IT... AFTER 2h you will just hate the zombies spawning and crawling in front of you House ( or even house)

For those of you who love to kill, loot, craft, survive, farm, build and cooperate. Welcome to 7 days to die
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4 of 6 people (67%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
12.5 hrs on record
Posted: February 6
Early Access Review
I have had this game for quite some time but had not gotten around to playing it. I kept checking back and reading reviews and forums to see how it was coming along even though I owned a copy. I was waiting to see when it reached a point where family and friends might decide to dive in. That point was reached a few weeks ago.

I downloaded the Dedicated Server and fired it up in my house. Myself and two of my sons jumped into it and spent A LOT of time dying. We loved every minute of it. We could immediately see it could be a challenge and it had a lot of things to do. The effects of drinking unpurified water from lakes, rivers, etc and getting the little squatting and pooping icon in the lower left corner while you run around with the effects of diarhea is just one of numerous funny things. However, the game is serious and even though that is funny it is a serious thing and is simulated as such. It is only funny to realize the game simulates to that level and can be quite amusing.

As this game is in early access it keeps getting better and better. This is all my son, and wife have been playing for about two weeks straight now. They'd put spikes strategically in river crossing points for zombie hordes, they've built towers for sniper posts, they've dug and built larger underground homes with large amounts of storage, they've established corn, cotton, coffee, potato, blueberry, and other farms near their location.

They currently exploit a bug where if you are deep underground and stand close to a wall and look up it will clip and you can see the surface way above you and watch the hordes of zombies wander around. This game is very stable from our experience, has a ton of features, and is for the most part bug free. It has come a long way and can be a lot of fun.

Also, if you've wanted a more co-op Zombie Survival game than the DayZ fare and don't really want to deal with the PvP aspects that is an option here. However, it can be also run in the free for all style where newbs are fair game to camping veterans who hunt them. Our personal dedicated server this is not a problem and we just deal with surviving and exploring in the environment.

It does have a standard map that it uses, but it also generates random maps that work really well.

In this game surprisingly the DESERT biome is a nice place to be. You can survive on Cactus fruit, and make Yuka Juice. :) It has quite a number of Biomes.

More realism is hopefully coming in the future such as greater thirst in deserts, and needing to have clothes or something suitable in the winter environments. Those would be nice features. They'd make the game harder, but that only extends its challenge and longevity.

I very much recommend this game.

For the Unity haters out there. This game is made with Unity but functions very well.
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5 of 8 people (63%) found this review helpful
207.5 hrs on record
Posted: February 1
Early Access Review
played the game for about 1 hour without knowing what to do or where to go died many times, then discovered you can turn the Z's off giving yourself time to get aquinted with everything (finding a good place to start a base, gather supplies etc) then turned the Z's back on, never in my life have i had so much fun sneaking around, killing, looting, crafting, growing, building, digging, running for your life back to base before nightfall.I even play the game without turning the Z's on at all, and its still great, this game will consume many months of my life. 10/10
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5 of 8 people (63%) found this review helpful
41.1 hrs on record
Posted: February 3
Early Access Review
This game is great for how early on it still is, just remember to grab some friends, way more fun in a group!
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5 of 8 people (63%) found this review helpful
19.3 hrs on record
Posted: February 14
Early Access Review
7 days to die is a very fun hard game with having to find stuff in cities build a shelter or upgrade a house so the zombies wont breack through your wall like the kool aid guy yes they break through the ♥♥♥♥ing wall! with somewhat good ai by them attacking the weakest part of your house and night time being hell this game is AWESOME 10/10
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6 of 10 people (60%) found this review helpful
8 people found this review funny
4.5 hrs on record
Posted: February 4
Early Access Review
HA SUCK IT GAME! IT TOOK ME 6 DAYS TO DIE!
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
163.3 hrs on record
Posted: February 4
Early Access Review
Great game that keeps on getting better. Highly playable for an alpha game. The game needs a bit more of a storyline or objective of some sort. Right now it has a minecraft-style gameplay, which I am not a huge fan of but it's a solid zombie game.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
65.2 hrs on record
Posted: February 4
Early Access Review
It's games like this where I really feel like the potential is there. And on top of that, it's not being ignored and milked for money and then shortly discontinued. THIS GAME is one of the best early access games I have ever played. I love it. Keep updating the game<3 Impressive.
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