Elige tu bando en la guerra épica entre dos mentes maestras del mal: el aprendiz renegado, Orville Tycoon, y su ejército de zombis superresistentes; o el profesor Brainhov, el mentor sediento de venganza, y su marabunta de agitados devoradores de cerebros.
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“For some nice thrills and chills, in a comical sense, Frima Studio is here to deliver with Zombie Tycoon 2: Brainhov’s Revenge.”
8.3/10 – JGGH Games

“It’s hilarious and has one of the funnest final bosses I’ve come across in a long time.”
8.7/10 – PSP Minis

“As a zombie would, it grabs you by the brains.”
9/10 – Noob Feed

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Elige tu bando en la guerra épica entre dos mentes maestras del mal: el aprendiz renegado, Orville Tycoon, y su ejército de zombis superresistentes; o el profesor Brainhov, el mentor sediento de venganza, y su marabunta de agitados devoradores de cerebros.

Descubre quién se convertirá en el científico loco alfa y:
- Triunfa sobre los demás en el trepidante MULTIJUGADOR.
- CONQUISTA el gigantesco mapa multijugador.
- Diseña tu ESTRATEGIA con la combinación perfecta de seis tipos de zombis distintos: samurái, carroñero, explorador, ingeniero, matón y salvaje.
- DOMINA los cuatro monstruos (unidades heroicas).
- LANZA una horda de zombis contra tu oponente con la habilidad definitiva Estampida moribunda.

Sentencia el destino de los últimos supervivientes de Finkleville en modo INDIVIDUAL:
- DISFRUTA de una emocionante campaña que te permite jugar con dos tipos de zombis.
- EXPLORA las ocho misiones individuales.
- DERROTA a dos jefes épicos.

Elige tu bando, monstruo y estrategia, ¡y descubre quién se convertirá en el Rey de los No Muertos!

Requisitos del sistema

    • OS: Windows XP 32 or 64 bits / Win Vista / Win 7 / Win 8
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo E6550 2GHz / AMD Turion II P540 Dual Core 2.4 GHz
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: ATI Radeon HD 3870 / Nvidia GeForce 8800 GT
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Hard Drive: 2500 MB available space
    • Sound Card: Any
    • OS: Windows XP 32 or 64 bits / Win Vista / Win 7 / Win 8
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 3GHz / AMD Phenom II X2 545 3.0 GHz
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: ATI Radeon HD 5670 / Nvidia GeForce GTX 260
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Hard Drive: 2500 MB available space
    • Sound Card: Any
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A 3 de 5 personas (60%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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7.0 h registradas
Publicado: 16 de octubre de 2014
tambien matar zombies
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A 22 de 25 personas (88%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Publicado: 16 de octubre de 2014
Zombie Tycoon 2 is a real time strategy (RTS) that has you looking down on your small zombie army to command them against a rival zombie army, all with humans caught in the middle. It is not a zombie management game like the tycoon title would have you believe, you won't make a money making business of it. It is very easy to pick up and play (especially with a controller). Despite its zombie theme, it feels like it was meant for kids. Its pretty easy and instead of horrific blood and gore, there is a cute cartoony art style along with humorous animated skipable, cut scenes. Its like watching a cartoon with characters that convey so much without saying a word and I'm happy with that.

When the game starts, the zombie apocalypse has already happened. It seems to be a mutant zombie apocalypse that has turned creatures rather than former people. Your allies will even be a mutated badger, disfigured bear, some sort of creature car and a robot. Basically stated, there are two feuding factions of zombies, the green shamblers and the feral blues. The shamblers seem slower with more HP and the feral blues seem quicker with less HP.

Caught between the two feuding factions are the humans. There are easy to kill civilians, police officers with batons or guns, soldiers that take and give heavy damage. There are even thick bodied hill billies with shotguns that will insta kill lesser zombies with their double barrel.

The controls are simple and very controller friendly, since this was originally a console game. Left thumb stick to move the camera, right thumb stick to zoom in or out and rotate. Left bumper brings you to a map of the entire area and your objectives. The face buttons control your groups, two face buttons command two zombie squads. one group is your commander that if he dies, its a game over, but the game is very forgiving and lets you try from the last checkpoint. The commander will eventually be permanently upgraded to have a sentry gun with a wide radius and his vehicle will spawn zombies. The bottom 'group' is your 'hero' I'll call it, the mutant thing with powers and a lot of energy. The D-pad controls the special powers of the hero characters. The heroes gain experience to unlock these skills and there are brief cool downs when a skill is used. The heroes seems a little brainless and need your commands, while the zombies will attack enemies in range, but not buildings.

Through the campaign, you first play as the shambling zombies, then you will play the feral zombies at around chapter 4. They don't play any different really, but their stories are different. The feral zombie story begins before the shambling zombie story, so they are told out of order in the campaign. The objectives are pretty simple, go here, take over this, attack that. Its all marked on your map and there are arrows so you'll always know the general area where they are. There is fog of war of unexplored areas, so there is a need to explore.

Like many RTS, you can command your horde of zombies to take over houses, tool stores and towers. When you take over something other than a tower or house, you can command your zombies go in and the entire group of zombies will become a different type. Engineers come from tool stores and they can interact with objects on the map, but have no real difference. Flower zombies can be hidden, travel quickly and wait for someone to walk into their trap, brawlers have heavy HP, but less damage per second, Samurai have high DPS, but can't move as quick, throwers well throw things, damaging buildings more than anything. There are other types, but you get the picture. The game has an easy to use codex (bestiary) of monsters, factions and buildings.

When you take over towers, they give you more map visibility and throw items down on enemies. Finally, the homes are seemingly the most important, they spawn non controlled zombies that will just do their own thing. They'll take over other houses or attack other zombies for you. If you ever need to summon all of those non controlled zombies to one place, the right bumper will call them in a 'dead rush,' but there's a long cooldown and it rarely feels useful. The enemy faction can retake buildings, human soldiers and hillbillies can liberate buildings from zombie control, so there is a tug of war there.

Its not just the art style and humor that set this game apart from other RTS, it has different sections that I feel deviate from the normal RTS, such as one on one boss fights with patterns, so its not just two 'hero' characters knocking on one another. There are also chapters with stealth aspects, avoiding an enemy view radius and hiding in bushes as they pass by. On top of traditional RTS maps, there is usually something interesting happening, such as burrowing badgers that after a countdown will pop up to eat your zombies and a massive zombie straight laser that will go off every so often to cut through your troops. These are nice layers on top of a simple and easy to play RTS.

With all of that being said, I feel the art style might really hold someone back from getting this game. It is a cute and charming style that fits the cartoon humor. I can hope this studio gets a Disney game license in the future. Not everyone is into cartoon charm. Other than on the surface, this is a very easy, shallow RTS, better for kids, but is easy really so bad? In a $1 bundle its a great game and maybe for a younger audience its worth the $10 to play a 6 hour campaign, but there are better RTS out there.
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A 7 de 7 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
1.9 h registradas
Publicado: 13 de diciembre de 2014
A zombie game that lets you control your own Zombies in the way of a classic RTS? Sounds cool. Looks cool, too. Plays … decent. But it gets boring real fast and some mechanics simply are not all that well executed. 3/5
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A 6 de 7 personas (86%) les ha sido útil este análisis
4.4 h registradas
Publicado: 13 de septiembre de 2014
Weeelllll, this game is a bit of a rip-off if you are planning to buy it for the strategy or rts tag (because neither is correct). The campaign has only 8 missions, which are typically very, very ... slow. You have only 2 squads and a monster (which is less interesting than it sounds). The AI is pretty bad (granted they are zombies, but still). Plenty of times my zombies were just standing somewhere while my houses were being taken over or my leader unit slapped up. The cutscenes are funny, but that's pretty much what you get for your hard earned money. It is definately a nice starting point for a game, with more squads, some more skills (your leader is now just a respawn point) and maybe some more ... gameplay. It could be nice, who knows a patch or DLC will someday makes this game worth the money. For now, I'd spend it on something else. Like waffles, nothing beats waffles...
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A 4 de 5 personas (80%) les ha sido útil este análisis
1.9 h registradas
Publicado: 13 de octubre de 2014
This is not a tycoon game, THat is important to note. It was a game created for the PS3 and VITA and then was ported to the PC. It is simple and exciting with fun multiplayer and great music. The atmosphere is just wonderful. If your looking for a causal RTS that will make you laugh. Look no further.
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A 6 de 10 personas (60%) les ha sido útil este análisis
2.8 h registradas
Publicado: 13 de diciembre de 2014
Very fun. Good graphics. Challenging gameplay. Snarky humor. Worth the price absolutely.
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1.9 h registradas
Publicado: 3 de septiembre de 2014
Besides the fact that the game has poor map designs and technical issues, it is still charming and fun.
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Publicado: 14 de octubre de 2014
I got this game on a Humble sale and I must honestly say, I'd be willing to fork out full price for it. This is really one of those unnoticed gems between all the masses of other indie games. I just love the cuteness of the zombies as they flop about. It's looking at Zombies from the more humorous side of life as opposed to the seriousness of DayZ and those type games.

I definately recommend this game for when you're looking for something more casual but it definately has a lot of strategy involved, especially when you're going for all the achievements on every level.

I highly recommend this game
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A 3 de 5 personas (60%) les ha sido útil este análisis
15.8 h registradas
Publicado: 13 de noviembre de 2014
fun game to play a mix of sillyness yet stratagy and makes ya think about how to use all of the tools you have at hand, some times just sending the horde to get things done is all you need :P
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A 4 de 7 personas (57%) les ha sido útil este análisis
2.0 h registradas
Publicado: 17 de octubre de 2014
I've played Zombie Tycoon 2: Brainhovs's Revenge and I must say I do not recommend this game. It is just....boring, it is unique, but also boring. I did not enjoy my time. The gameplay is sooooo slow. The combat is awkward and slow. Its just.... not that good, at least, not my taste
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A 9 de 15 personas (60%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Publicado: 31 de enero de 2014
Pocas cosas me lastiman tanto como para que me desilusionen. Ese horrible momento en el cual uno se da cuenta que eso que idealizó tanto termina siendo algo completamente diferente sin ningún tipo de escrúpulos. Y no, no hablo de ese chico de 2º año del secundario -que de paso espero que te este yendo GENIAL EH- estoy hablando de Zombie Tycoon 2.

Cuando escuché sobre el juego por primera vez pensé: Debe ser algo de parques, u organizar el apocalipsis zombie, O UN PARQUE DE DIVERSIONES ZOMBIE y descarté el GTA V como juego del año porque claramente tenía todos los elementos que yo necesitaba para que sea mi GOTY. Pero muy poco grata fue mi sorpresa al darme cuenta que Zombie Tycoon 2 es nada más ni nada menos que un juego de estrategia.

Y es que no conformes con meter zombies en cada tipo de juego habido y por haber, Frima Studio decidió que también era necesario que protagonicen un juego del tipo RTS disponible para PC, Playstation 3 y PS Vita.

En este título, la humanidad perdió la guerra contra las fuerzas de los no-muertos y el gran dilema es resolver quién se quedará al control del mundo. Tycoon, un ex aprendiz de Brainhov - líder de una de las facciones zombies- decide traicionarlo y crear su propio ejército lejos de la opresión de quien previamente sería su tutor, haciéndole frente mientras destruyen a las pocas personas sobrevivientes.

Aunque la palabra RTS a veces de miedo, Zombie Tycoon 2 logra un comienzo bastante simple. Mientras jugamos no recrearemos un juego de twister con los dedos, sino que con 3 simples números manejaremos a todo nuestro ejército. Manejando un máximo de 2 equipos de zombies (los cuales tienen un límite de unos 5 a 8 zombies cada uno), al líder y un zombie único se convierte en una experiencia bastante simplona pero no por eso fácil.

Si bien la campaña single player cuenta con unos 8 míseros niveles, no solo son bastante largos sino que también son ampliamente rejugables llegando a un total de casi 6 horas de juego. Se trata de una campaña bastante divertida, con referencias a otros juegos del estilo o memes que nos sacarán una sonrisa. A medida que avanzamos aumenta exponencialmente la dificultad y también tendremos la posibilidad de jugar con el mismísimo Brainhov.

Cada nivel plantea objetivos obligatorios y por supuesto una serie de tareas que son opcionales pero que aportan mucho a nuestro equipo. Mientras merodean las calles de Finkleville, nuestro ejército de zombies (que realmente no es muy abundante ya que consiste en unos 16 zombies como máximo) tenemos la posibilidad de enviarlos a tomar diferentes edificios de la ciudad que les otorgarán habilidades específicas. Algunos ejemplos son la ferretería que proporciona zombies ingenieros o el gimnasio, el cual los convierte en zombies karatecas.

Es cierto que la protagonista en este juego es la estrategia, pero a veces se ve saboteada por la inteligencia de los zombies. Ya entendemos que son bastante cortos, pero frente a obstáculos mínimos son bastante básicos. Si bien no controlamos muchas unidades, tener que llevar a cada una de a poco por los lugares porque si no se chocan con paredes se vuelve bastante molesto y confuso.

Zombie Tycoon 2 cuenta también con un modo multiplayer altamente limitado: Es un solo modo que consiste en destruir la base del oponente y sólo hay un mapa disponible por lo que la variedad es inexistente.

A diferencia de otros RTS, Zombie Tycoon 2 no requiere armar bases, recolectar recursos ni crear más fuerzas si las anteriores fueron destruidas, constituyendo una puerta de entrada bastante simple y divertida para aquellos que vean al género con curiosidad pero con algo de miedo.

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A 1 de 3 personas (33%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Publicado: 25 de octubre de 2014
Realmente me engancho las imagenes y el trailer, pero al jugarlo fue otra cosa.

- Diseño muy atractivo de personajes y lugares.

- Historia muy corta, fue como jugar Un Demo.
- Controles de seleccion para los personajes.
- Desplasamiento en el mapa.

Para terminar claramente usar los zombies era mejor que usar a los monos jaja.

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Publicado: 5 de septiembre de 2014
Es de los pocos juegos que me a dado problemas para poder iniciarlo,salta un error al intentar jugar que indica fallo al intentar escribir en la memoria y no aparece solucion por ningun sitio.
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A 174 de 215 personas (81%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Publicado: 2 de enero de 2014
First thing to get out of the way is this is NOT a Tycoon game, it's a console RTS. You control only 2 units of a fixed size of respawning zombies, 1 monster who levels and gains 4 abilities, and your leader in a mobile base where the zombies respawn.

The art style and music both make the game fun to play, it's just unfortunate the gameplay itself lets it down. With so few units to control and no real abilities to trigger besides the over-powered monster you don't always have, the game is too simple and stops being fun very quickly.
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Publicado: 10 de diciembre de 2013
Simple RTS probably worth playing for the campaign. Sadly limited to only a few units at a time due to controller-focused control scheme.
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Zombie Tycoon 2: Brainhov's Revenge is a fun, but simple and relatively short, RTS (that’s right, RTS not Tycoon. Not a clue why they did that, even after reading up on why they did do that). Your first run through the game’s 8 mission campaign, which is broke up between 2 different factions of 6 different types of zombies for 4 missions each, will only be about 3-4 hours. There is some replay value in obtaining all the secondary objects if you missed them the first time around but replaying the entire campaign again might only increase the life of this title to about 6-7 hours. It is a relatively cheap title though so I’d say dollar-per-hour value is ok with this one. The real feature I say about this title, which initially sold me and kept me going through til the end, is the graphic style and the crazy amount of character put into almost every aspect of the game. Every unit in the game has a ton of personality which is more than I can say for a lot of others games. The two scientists and their zombie minions made me chuckle several times in every cutscene. The way the game looks and sounds reminds me a lot of Evil Genius which is an amazing game so good off to whoever created all the models and behaviours of all the characters.
In conclusion I’d fully recommend this game to anybody looking for a cheap, simple RTS that is exploding with charm and personality and I really hope this company makes a sequel, a real tycoon game or another RTS, with expanded mechanics aimed at a PC market.
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Publicado: 14 de diciembre de 2013
Full review: http://www.cublikefoot.com/review/zombie-tycoon-2-brainhovs-revenge-game-review/

Zombie Tycoon 2: Brainhov’s Revenge is a simple strategy game. No idea why “tycoon” is included in the title; makes the game look like a simulator. The fact that it’s Zombie Tycoon should immediately tell you that this is not your average tycoon game that you’re familiar with. One of the leaders does have “Tycoon” in his name, so that may be the case here.

I spent the majority of my time with this game playing multiplayer with my friend. He figured out the game far quicker than I did, and I ended up with several losses and not a single win. We were placed into the game with four different “units”, two of which were groups of zombies. These were our primary offensive (and possibly defensive) units. The other two units consisted of your “leader” in a mobile HQ and a special unit. In the games we played, our objective was to prevent the death of our mobile HQ unit, while attempting to eliminate the other team’s mobile HQ.

Once your mobile HQ is gone, the game is over and the opposing side wins. During my first round, I made a very bad move by instructing my HQ to follow all of my other units, which consisted of my zombies and my special unit, which was a giant, mutated badger. In order to get more zombies, I was tasked with capturing the numerous buildings scattered around the map and taking any that the enemy may have already captured. Each building captured added to a counter in the corner of the screen. This counter shows how many zombies were at my disposal when I initiated a rush-like attack.

This rush attack summoned all zombies available to me to a specified location. In my case, I usually summoned this large mass of zombies to attack the enemy’s HQ or a big building in combination with my special unit. The only downside to the multiplayer portion of the game is that it lacks the complexity offered by the singleplayer mode. The singleplayer mode offers a lot more than that of the multiplayer. I really wish that the multiplayer mode offered some of the cool aspects from singleplayer.

The game has a great singleplayer campaign, and, although it may have been short, it played more like an RTS than the multiplayer mode did. It was very satisfying to command a rush of 30 zombies. Very, very satisfying.

The game’s graphics were great. Very cartoon-esque. I should also mention the game’s music and sound. Both were on par, not too spectacular, but not bad. The main menu music is not really memorable, which was a shame, but the “voice” acting was hilarious in the singleplayer campaign.

I highly recommend Zombie Tycoon 2: Brainhov’s Revenge for RTS fans who enjoy a simple formula over a complicated one.

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Publicado: 1 de julio de 2014
I didn't have very high expectations of this game when I bought it, but I thought it would be fun for a friend of mine & me to kill some time with. I was pleasantly surprised to find this to be a good value for its price, especially since I picked'r up on sale. The campaign is fun, fluid, & the VS is also a nice way to relax without distancing yourself too much from a gaming atmosphere.

What I would have liked to see from this game? A coop mode against the humans or "rebel" zombies; I'd be willing to spend another couple bucks on that dlc in a moment's notice.
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A 14 de 20 personas (70%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Publicado: 13 de diciembre de 2013
An incredibly short game, flipped it in about 5 hours. It has some entertainment value, but I found myself thinking I could made the game a lot more fun. A cross between an RTS and a puzzle game, it was somewhat funny, but lacked staying power. I would rate replayability very low.
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A 18 de 28 personas (64%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Publicado: 9 de enero de 2014
Very enjoyable but no ones ever on the multiplayer and you cant play with an AI player.
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