This is the world after a zombie apocalypse in which the main characters have to go through many perils. It is a story about ordinary people who, when faced with danger, decided not to run away from it, but to fight back. As the story goes along, you will learn what caused the disaster and help other survivors to overcome its aftermath.
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Release Date: Oct 30, 2014

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Update 17 August

First of all, we're glad to announce that our new game I am weapon: reivval now fully released. Please, take a look if you haven't seen it yet:

And starting from today we’re switching to Steam servers. It means that every time you’re playing in co-op mode, you’ll be using Steam server network instead of just a bunch of the servers we had.
This will ensure greater stability and smooth performance.

We’ve also made it possible for you to create gaming sessions available to all the other players and not just your friends.

Other improvements:
  • DirectX 11 compatibility
  • Game objects causing lags when loading now optimized
  • Dead zones settings for gamepad available

Bugs fixed:
  • Issue with the credits menu after game completion - fixed
  • Crystal counter for DESPERADO achievement now seen on the Achievements page
  • DLC score now also counted towards HARDCORE and HIGH FLYER achievements
  • MASTER OF DEFENSE counter now stable
  • N'Aliens DLC: “Hack the lock” mission bug after entering the Red Room now fixed

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About This Game

An artificial nano-virus has wiped out humanity almost completely turning all humans into a mob of deadly mutilated zombies. Only a few people managed to survive and you are one of them!

The main features of the game:
- A fresh look at a zombie apocalypse story
- Robotized zombies infected by a nano-virus
- Lots of enemies who are different from each other not only in their appearance but also in behavior
- Random gameplay generation: each battle is different
- Several protagonists each with their own specialization
- Tons of devastating weapons and special abilities that can help you out in any sort of trouble
- Massive turrets in addition to your arsenal
- A thrilling plot and a long journey from an ordinary town to a place that’s hard to imagine
- The survival mode where you can challenge yourself to stay alive in the Pandemonium and compete with other Steam players.
- And of course a true post-apocalyptic atmosphere!

This is the world after a zombie apocalypse in which the main characters have to go through many perils. It is a story about ordinary people who, when faced with danger, decided not to run away from it, but to fight back. As the story goes along, you will learn what caused the disaster and help other survivors to overcome its aftermath. You will discover how this event has affected the world. But can you reverse the outcome of the catastrophe and give the new world a chance to arise on the ruins of the old one?

System Requirements

Mac OS X
    • OS: Windows 7, 8.1+
    • Processor: Dual Core CPU 2.0 GHz
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: AMD Radeon HD2900 or NVIDIA GeForce 7600 or better
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Storage: 1.4 GB available space
    • OS: Windows 7, 8.1+
    • Processor: Dual Core CPU 3.0 GHz
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: AMD Radeon HD7770 or GeForce GTX 650 or better
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Storage: 1.4 GB available space
    • OS: OS X 10.9.3
    • Processor: 1.3 GHz Intel
    • Memory: 2 MB RAM
    • Graphics: 512 MB NVidia of ATI
    • Storage: 1.2 GB available space
    • OS: OS X 10.9.3
    • Processor: 2,4 GHz Intel Core i5
    • Memory: 4 MB RAM
    • Graphics: 1024 MB NVidia or ATI
    • Storage: 1.2 GB available space
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0.6 hrs
Posted: August 24
The game does not start since the last update - shame on you developers
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2.9 hrs
Posted: August 9
An okay co-op shooter, but I felt like it lacks something.
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0.4 hrs
Posted: August 7
Lost interest in this after about 30 mins. Meh.
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16.5 hrs
Posted: July 28
Guns'n'Zombies'n'Aliens is a short, but fun isometric action game. Co-op is where this game shines. In 9 hours me and a friend had played through all levels on hell difficulty, grabbing 3 stars for doing all challenges on each level.

If you're flying solo it's decent for a few hours of action depending on your skill level. If you do play alone, I recommend playing an engineer because the turrets make everything more manageable and exploring levels less of a pain.
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9.0 hrs
Posted: July 25
Like a blood diamond, who's apparent flaws only serve to glorify it's existence, "Guns n Zombies" is that gem in the back of the jewelry store - the one that regular customers never see, only because the regular customers never ask.
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10.0 hrs
Posted: July 18
I love this kind of gameplay. The game itself feels like a rough, unpolished, mobile-port to boots, yet charming in the weird way. For the price you can get it now, it is worth the purchase.

Gameplay is casual, pick'up and play. Mindless shooting, but enjoyable for the genre fans.

However, the game is very short, and has limited contents. Once you know what you are doing, you can breeze through missions really fast. (you can 'completely' ignore every enemies in some missions, and finish them very fast.)

It also has some minor problems I found so far likes, rockets fly over enemies until you switch to other weapons, and back, one enemy type that do nothing but teleporting, and AIs freeze from time to time under slow-field effects. Nothing is game-breaking through.
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5.8 hrs
Posted: July 13
great game i really recomand it , it fells like an Android game (the UI is build like that 100%) loots of fun no problems , 1E game and alien dlc , i really cant say nothing wrong i really like it and i am playing it like crazy now . really dont know why the negative reviews . Loots of guns , loots of diferent enemys , special abilitis, lots of turents and armors upgrades lots lots of ungrades and a good story. Enjoy it
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0.7 hrs
Posted: July 13
Jesus Christ make it stop
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2.2 hrs
Posted: July 6
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0.3 hrs
Posted: July 2
Incredibly slow and repetitive. Fired point blank at a zombie for 5 seconds with no effect. Not worth 99 seconds of your time never mind the 99c.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
16.5 hrs on record
Posted: July 28
Guns'n'Zombies'n'Aliens is a short, but fun isometric action game. Co-op is where this game shines. In 9 hours me and a friend had played through all levels on hell difficulty, grabbing 3 stars for doing all challenges on each level.

If you're flying solo it's decent for a few hours of action depending on your skill level. If you do play alone, I recommend playing an engineer because the turrets make everything more manageable and exploring levels less of a pain.
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2 of 3 people (67%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
0.4 hrs on record
Posted: August 7
Lost interest in this after about 30 mins. Meh.
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359 of 505 people (71%) found this review helpful
193 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
3.0 hrs on record
Posted: October 30, 2014
I bought this game for two of my friends and I.

Now all three of us hate me.
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105 of 136 people (77%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
1.0 hrs on record
Posted: October 30, 2014
I purchased Guns n Zombies during a sale, where it cost $1.19. At this price, I'm not particularly disappointed with the game, but my review will be if it costed the full price let's look over some pro's and con's.

  • Fun story mode
  • Use of turrets combines Run and Gun, and Tower Defense
  • Multiple choices in types of weaponry allow for more versatility in combat
  • Very user unfriendly (Little or no tutorial, UI is confusing and poorly designed, If you wander off from the campaign, to say shop for new gear, there's no button to go back to the story map.)
  • Repetitve gameplay
  • Mission rewards system; Each story mission has 3 quests you can do to get large sums of currency, but once these are complete you cannot redo the quest, making currency more difficult to aquire if you cannot advance in the campaign.
  • Uninnovative. We've all played flash games almost exactly like this (Though, in fairness, this is of higher caliber than those)
  • Bugs. Though it's released as a full game (Today) It's multiplayer is broken to the point of not working, additionally, There are two currencies, one for purchasing gear, out of missions, and another for turrets, in missions. The currency for out of mission purchases shows always, including during missions, however, the currency for buying turrets, never shows, meaning you won't know if you have enough for a turret until you try to buy it and cant, which brings me to my next point.
  • The turret purchasing system is nonsensical. You start with the ability to place turrets, which brings you into a sort of panning mode, that let's you look at all the nodes you can place turrets, and place them accordingly, if you have enough resources. Let's say you purchase 2 turrets, and are done. Your ability to access the turret construction/repair/selling menu is locked out, for a period of time (Wanna say 30 seconds). In short, if you want to build a turret but dont have enough, you have to wait until the menu lets you back in to try to find out if you can build it yet.
I'm sure they'll fix the bugs as things go on, but the unoriginality and UI were very disappointing. If you really enjoy this type of game, I would reccomend grabbing it at its current price, but not for any more. Thanks for reading
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58 of 67 people (87%) found this review helpful
5 people found this review funny
30.5 hrs on record
Posted: May 19, 2015
This game is a blast! A friend convinced me to buy this so we could co-op together and I had my doubts. I wasnt looking for insane graphics all I wanted was something fun that worked with no glitches. This game delivered. Its just straight up fun to shoot the hell out of the creative enemys. Loads of progression and replay value here. Your constintly trying to keep the horde at by while picking up as much cash as possible for that next upgrade. Its good old fashion shoot em up fun.
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39 of 47 people (83%) found this review helpful
13.8 hrs on record
Posted: November 16, 2014
A capable and more importantly fun twin stick shooter with tower defense elements and imaginative monster design. Includes a sketch and text based narrative tied to a full location based campaign that attempts to imbue the player with immersion. Store based system using in game currency allows for purchases and upgrades of weapons, armors, abilities and turrets. Levels include set pieces and reward based mission based objectives. Has multiple difficultly levels, the most difficult of which will test your skills and abilities.

Responding to a friend of mine who is a fan of Nation of Red. My opinion is that Guns n Zombies is more functional and has more elements which renders the game more distinguishable. I'll enumerate to make my point.

- Turret placement
- In game in level currency for purchasing and placing turrets providing a tower defense flavor.
- Sketch and text based story tied to a location based campaign.
- Store for purchasing and upgrading weapons.
- Exploratory elements make levels not just about surviving but about exploring.
- Imaginative monster design. Actually where are the zombies ? Guns n Monsters is more appropriate, however the unique monster designs provide for an indelible experience.
- Set pieces.

Nation of Red can be categorized as a rogue like twin stick where Guns n Zombies is a campaign based twin stick. Both excellent games which every twin stick fan can enjoy.
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20 of 23 people (87%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
12.5 hrs on record
Posted: April 8, 2015
Guns N Zombies is a money hoarding, tower building, and mutant popping survival game with much more emphasis on the shooting than on tower defense. It takes roughly 6 hours to go through the first time and is actually pretty heavy on the graphics so it will heat up your computer despite being an indie game. The game definitely has its problems but it’s worth it to play if you enjoy horde survival games and are looking for a cheap one to kill some time. 7/10

Guns N Zombies’ story is pretty thin, and is told through short cutscenes at the start of each mission. Some sort of disaster happens in the not too distant future, related to biological testing and cybernetic implants. It results in the world being overrun with zombies, but the truth is they’re more like the creatures in Killing Floor, since almost all of them are cyborg creations and only about 1% of them are actually zombies.

Gameplay is third person isometric perspective, similar to the Diablo games, but with all guns and no melee attacks. This means you can get surrounded pretty easily, especially near the beginning of the game. When you kill an enemy there’s a chance they’ll drop a blue crystal, which is the “money” of the game. The more powerful enemies drop more crystals, but I didn’t realize until about halfway through the game that there seems to be a limit of how many crystals can exist at once. This means you need to pick up the ones on the ground if you want more to appear, otherwise you’ll be killing enemies, and nothing will drop. Between missions you can spend your crystals on upgrades such as body armor, better weapons, and upgrades to your turrets. Also bear in mind that you have a character level, which limits what equipment you have access to. Most of the gear you can buy has a level requirement, and the levels don’t actually have any other benefit (you don’t get stronger when you level up, you just get the ability to buy better gear).

The “tower defense” part of the game is actually pretty limited. Each mission only has a few places where you can actually place a tower (referred to as turrets), and you have a “cool down” between placing and upgrading the towers. This means you can’t just lay down a huge number of towers and expect them to protect you. You place a tower, and you can’t upgrade or place a new one for about 30 seconds. This means that you’re going to need to fight for yourself about 90% of the game, don’t count on the towers to save you. There are 2 character classes that you can choose from at the start of the game, a fighter class and an engineer class. The fighter has more health and can have 3 special abilities (you buy these). The engineer can create more and stronger towers. I’ll grant you that some of these high level engineer towers are pretty awesome (black hole cannon!), but the 30 second cool down is a real party pooper. In many levels the enemies spawn endlessly, so you’re not just waiting 30 seconds, you’re fighting for your life while waiting for it.

+Nice graphics and some cool enemies and weapons. There are also some boss fights but they mostly consist of running away as you shoot backwards at a giant monster chasing you.
+I really like games where you have the opportunity to grind for money and buy upgrades (so you can become more powerful than you’re “supposed” to be). Guns N Zombies lets you replay missions as many times as you want so you can get more crystals for upgrades. I’m pretty sure you can beat the game only buying like 3 weapons out of 20 or so. You certainly will not have a high enough level to buy the most powerful guns without replaying missions A LOT.

-There is very very little documentation for this game online. I couldn’t find much information other than the game’s steam discussion page. This is a real problem because the game does not have a tutorial or even an option screen to see key bindings. I don’t need to change the key configuration; I just want to know what they are!
-The grind for money can get tedious by the end. Yes I like grinding for money, but if you want the most powerful guns in the game you really need to replay the same levels over about 50 times. I ended up buying the most powerful rocket launcher, and it was almost exactly the same as the second most powerful, it just had a larger clip. A waste of about an hour of grinding since there’s no save/load to undo the purchase and try something else. On the plus side, all that grinding gave me about 80% of the game’s Steam achievements.

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20 of 24 people (83%) found this review helpful
22.5 hrs on record
Posted: December 2, 2015
Excellent and pretty addictive top-down shooter.
+ 3 different characters (the last one, if you buy the dlc, which I strongly suggest you to do, since it gives a bunch of cool weapons, some new levels, new enemies and costs only 4€ without a discount...)
+ Great variety of weapons, armors and special skills to buy and upgrade.
+ Many different turrets, especially if you choose the mechanic -with whom you'll be able to try quite a lot of combinations- which gives a mild strategic tone in the gameplay, too.
+ Hordes of zombies (and alliens with the dlc) to slay (personal favorite the reapers who in groups can be very difficult to kill without losing hp), plus 3 cool but not very difficult bosses (1 with the dlc).
+ Good variety of levels and different locations.
+ The graphics are nice, and the sounds are good, too.
+ Frantic and mindless zombie/alien smashing is always fun and relaxing :)
+ The survival mode.

+/- If you want to gain every achievement you will need to do a lot of grinding.
+/- The story is not original and quite uninteresting, but a ok excuse to start killing everything moving around you.

- Some minor bugs here and there.
- Sometimes there are problems with the pathfinding and the character gets stuck in front of invisible objects.
- I think the electric rifles (added with the dlc) are a lot overpowered than the others, because, although they don't fire at a big distance, they do massive amounts of damage to the enemies near the character and from the time I bought the most expensive (and coolest) weapon of this category, every other seemed quite useless.
- The game even in hell difficulty is pretty easy and I don't remember being killed by the enemies more than 10 times (most of them were in the last boss which is pretty tough and all of the other deaths were because I fell into the void many times in the last levels).

Recommended to every fan of mindless top-down shooting even at the original price, although in the latest November sales the package with the dlc costed only 1€ which is a great offer considering it'll give you about 10 hours of gameplay if you want to complete the story with all the characters and a lot more if you want to gain all achievements.
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15 of 16 people (94%) found this review helpful
6.3 hrs on record
Posted: June 25

+Lots of weapons to upgrade
+Lots of armor and abilities to upgrade
+Online Coop (see con)
+Lots of achievements


-No local coop
-Only coop with friends that have the game
-You get stuck on the environment a lot
-Bullets go through enemies that are too close
-Turrets die fast and are semi pointless

Guns 'N' Zombies is a twin stick shooter that feels kind of generic. There's a story of sorts, but nothing that you'll remember. There are a few bosses, but the bosses are extrememly easy to beat and the stages are very small and boring. You can also place turrets in marked spots that either shoot at the monsters, slow them down or pulse a damaging element.

There's a lot of weapons and armor to buy, but only one gun really matters. Once you buy the electric gun and upgrade your armor that alone will net you victory! Each gun you buy whether it's the machine gun, sniper rifle, grenade launcher, shotgun or the god like electric gun can be upgraded 3 times then the next tier of the same gun is purchasable. The same goes for the armor and once you reach a new character level you can purchase new armor that can be upgraded 3 times to make stronger. All the weapons can be carried at the same time and cycled through.

There are a lot of different types of monsters throughout the levels and that's a good thing. By the time you reach the end of the game you would have seen 10+ different types. There's a survival mode that you can compete in also. This mode is just to see how long you can last and there's a leaders board that shows EVERYONE that has bought the game and their score.

The game itself is around 3 hours or so, but with grinding to upgrade your weapons and getting achievements you can triple the game time. I'd definitely grab this game on sale (including the DLC for $1 total) to get a few hours of enjoyement, but it's not worth it at all for the asking price. 5/10. Fun at times, but forgettable.
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78 of 129 people (60%) found this review helpful
9 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
5.4 hrs on record
Posted: August 18, 2015
Guns n Zombies is a top down shooter in which you fight, you guessed it, Zombies. You fight hoards and hoards of them. This game was released in late 2014.

You control one of two playable characters, one seems to be more of a standard run and gun character whilst the other is more of an engineer. You have two weapon slots in which you can customize which weapons you can carry by buying different ones via the upgrade shop. The currency that is used drops from various different zombies as you mow your way through the hoards. Your character also has a special abilities, which have a timed cool down, and these again can be upgraded through the shop. This game also tries to add in a little bit of tower defense mechanics too, each level has a number of different "build points" - where you can build your turrets, ranging from explosive cannons, to machine guns, or just something as simple as a slowing down sort of turret. To me this feature seemed a little bit pointless as it didn't really add anything to the game for me.

The controls are very simple. WASD to move around, mouse to shoot, and the number keys for your special abilities. To me this seemed like the best option over using a controller, but some may prefer to play twin stick shooters on a game pad.

Graphically I felt like Guns n Zombies was not really up to par, it just looked dated and run down. Most of the textures were certainly not high res, animations look a bit weird, and environments just looked bland and boring if I am honest. All of the menus were also in a strange aspect ratio that I had never seen before. They looked like they were made for the hard of hearing.

I am going to be honest, I lost track of the story about half way through - the game does a really bad job of explaining what is going on, it's all in sort of a Power point presentation show in between each level, and offers no clues on what is actually happening. For me to ended up getting to the end with no idea as to what had transpired.

The difficulty in Guns n Zombies is actually pretty high. I was finding my self dying on the early levels, and often found my self having to go back to the previous stage just to earn more currency so I could buy the next weapon up. For me, that is just a badly designed way of doing it. I shouldn't be made to replay the content I have just done in this type of game - I could understand it in an MMO of sorts, but not a twin stick shooter like this.

A playthrough on single player took me just under four hours to finish. For me that felt like way longer than I would of liked it to have. Maybe this was because I just wasn't enjoying my time playing, I don't know. Where all of the compliments and positive reviews seem to come into play, is the multiplayer co-op. Personally I wasn't able to find anyone to play with, so I was stuck with the single player. If you can get a few friends together to play, you may well have a ton more fun than on your own.

Apart from the strange aspect resolution on the menus, there are no major bugs that I encountered, everything seemed to run smoothly at the higher resolutions, which is always a plus point.

Sadly I am not going to recommend Guns n Zombies here; I just didn't have fun whilst playing it. It felt very vanilla, slow and just not fun to play. I would say that you really should not pick this up if you are planning to play it as a single player game, you probably will not have fun at all. If you are going to get one or two friends together to play co-op, sure, playing with friends makes everything better, but I can certainly see it making Guns n Zombies all together more fun. I would say pick it up if it drops below 50% off, just because it offers a good pick up and play feel, but nothing more than that.

Tom's Score Card
1) Stay away
2) Only recommended when on sale
3) Recommended
4) Highly recommended
5) This is a must play

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