Can you survive the horror? … a retro-style survival horror game developed by the two-man indie team of Gonzossm and Iggy Zuk. Survive 30 days and nights in a zombie-infested world by recruiting companions, upgrading weaponry and fortifying your position.
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Release Date: Jan 8, 2014

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Can you survive the horror?

… a retro-style survival horror game developed by the two-man indie team of Gonzossm and Iggy Zuk. Survive 30 days and nights in a zombie-infested world by recruiting companions, upgrading weaponry and fortifying your position.

Deadly 30 is a retro-style survival horror game developed by the two-man indie team of Gonzossm and Iggy Zuk.

Survive 30 days and nights in a zombie-infested world where you can recruit companions, upgrade weaponry, and fortify your position to fight waves of hungry zombies. During the day, you can gather resources, enhance your base's defenses, and explore your surroundings for useful items in order to prepare for fighting relentless waves of zombie attacks. (Hint: Don't get caught outside your base after dark.)

Three different playable characters, A.I. controlled Team Combat and upgradeable weaponry and defenses help keep you alive as you attempt to eradicate the zombie hordes and survive 30 deadly nights.

Good luck! (You'll need it when all hell breaks loose.)


Features:
  • Elements of tower defense and retro Contra style gameplay.
  • Three different characters, playable at the same time.
  • A.I. controlled team combat
  • Unique upgradable weaponry for each of your soldiers.
  • Enhance your base for better defenses.
  • Gruesome different enemies and deadly weapons.
  • Tactical planning is required or you will learn to fear the dark!

Note:
Fullscreen mode and achievements only supported in PC version!

Check out the artist who created all of these nighttime terrors at: http://www.youtube.com/user/Gonzossm

Or the crazy mind of Iggy Zuk, who created this indie-horror masterpiece at: http://www.IggyZuk.com

System Requirements

Windows
Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8
    • Processor: 2.33GHz
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX 9.0; 128MB of graphics memory
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 50 MB available space
    Minimum:
    • OS: Snow Leopard 10.6.3, or later
    • Processor: 2.33GHz
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM
    • Graphics: 128MB of graphics memory
    • Hard Drive: 100 MB available space
    • Additional Notes: No fullscreen mode available on Mac
    Minimum:
    • OS: Ubuntu 12.04 (32-bit only)
    • Processor: 2.33GHz
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM
    • Graphics: 128MB of graphics memory
    • Hard Drive: 50 MB available space
    • Additional Notes: No fullscreen mode available on Linux
Helpful customer reviews
16 of 18 people (89%) found this review helpful
4.0 hrs on record
Posted: May 1
Deadly 30’s storyline is essentially 3 very different people, trying to survive in a WWII zombie apocalypse. You start as a rugged american soldier and recrute, or rather, join up with a German Nazi girl and vodka loving Russian. The playing is able to switch from the 3 characters, each with their own weapon skillsets.


The Gameplay revolves around a survive at night and build during the day, but quickly changes to exploring during the day. The 2d game provides 2 directions to go; left and right. once heading in one of those directions you have a chance to fight more docile zombies and collect ammo and scrap, the games currency. When the morning after a wave comes you get a modest amount of scrap to build better walls, fix the walls, buy ammo and guns, upgrade your armour and boots, purchase medkits, boxes and turrets. Scrap can also be acquired by killing zombies and picking them off the round. The farther left or right you go, the more zombies there are, but also more scrap. The world has a wall at the far left and right but at the end there are always chests, shooting these will give the playing more scrap. There are also “Big scrap” On the outer areas of the map. Old cars or tanks that will provide a large scrap reward after a few seconds. You also can then find the other characters and play them once they join you.


The map isn't overly large and is easy to run from your centre base to one side and back before night comes, implying there were no zombies to slow you down. Buying boots helps with the scrap collecting but if you're too far away from the base, surviving at night is almost almost imposable on later rounds.


The tower defence aspect of the game isn't the best of its kind, however after unlocking the turrets in the store and getting all 3 survivors, it becomes much more fun.


Deadly 30 has an old-school style of flash game graphics, that being stated, it's not necessarily a bad thing. The animations are a little rough but all in all the game looks pretty good. The AI of the characters you're not playing are a little dumb as they like to fall behind and stand on the roof of the basecamp.



There are a few little things this game does wrong:


The difficulty ramps up very quick, if you’re new to the game
You have to play and replay to unlock most of the store items
The game takes a surprisingly high amount of ram to run
The lack of real story makes the game less compelling
The lack of online or co-op makes it a rather lonely game
The controls sometimes lag behind making it hard to control your player in bad situations, sometimes killing the player
The voice acting isnt the best
The player will auto knife a zombie when it comes in range, this should have been an easy fix and have a knife button.



Deadly 30 does a lot of things right:


The characters, although static, are still rather comical.
The achievements are rather easy to get
The game has steam playing cards
Survivors can be found again after they die

Overall the game is fun, implying you don't mind a challenge and minor issues. If you like the style of game, then it is worth the $5.49 (CAN) price tag, however if you’re not a fan of the 2D shooter style, then try to get it on sale. Overall, I liked the game however, I did suck at it.
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16 of 22 people (73%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
3.4 hrs on record
Posted: December 28, 2014
Note: This review has been GREATLY shortened to be under the steam character limit. Post a comment if you have questions.

Generally, I stay away from these sorts of games. I tend to dislike all those various free flash games on the internet. You know, the ones that contain pretty much no depth in gameplay and just involve you moving to one side of the screen while shooting? They are usually not particularly enjoyable to play, and often don't keep me entertained. However, Deadly 30, although it has some issues, has managed to hold my attention long enough for me to beat it, and it may even get a revisit from me in the future, which is incredibly surprising considering the sort of game it is.

Much like all those free flash games online, Deadly 30 is simple. VERY simple. If you're looking for any complex mechanics at all, look away. In Deadly 30, your aim is to survive for 30 days, and 30 nights. These go by very quickly, only a few minutes per day and per night. During this time, your main aim is to collect scrap, and kill zombies.

In Deadly 30, you start off as a machinegun weilding US army solider, trying to survive the apocalypse. You can move left, and right. You can go to 2 areas to the left, and 2 areas to the right, as well as going to your base which is in the middle. This never changes. There isn't much to explore, and you will most likely reach a wall in your first few nights, as the paths only take about a minute or 2 of traveling to get to the next. On these paths are A LOT of zombies. The game starts out with a few dozen zombies on each of these screens, and then gradually builds up to have hundereds of them. Some of you may be asking "If there is nothing but zombies on these paths, why should I go down them? Am I not safer in my base?" The answer is simple. Scrap.

Scrap functions as your main resource that's used for upgrading your weapons, armour, speed, and barricade, as well as purchasing ammo, turrets, medkits, and boxes. It's basically cash. Scrap can be found in 4 ways. Killing zombies, finding it on the ground, surviving nights, and breaking down vehicles/boxes. Zombies don't give you that much scrap, so you'll need to focus your effort on finding the stuff on the ground, and breaking down vehicles to get it. These are only found on the main paths left and right, You need as much of this stuff as you can get. Scrap is your lifeblood. Without scrap, you can forget about surviving at all. If you think this is a game that you can play as some sort of cheap tower defence, you're DEAD wrong.

The reason you need so much scrap is to upgrade and buy things, which you NEED to do because this game is... well, it's sort of hard, but at the same time, not really. It's not difficult to aim and shoot. It's not difficult to move left of right. This is really all you need to do. But the game is relentless. It throws so many zombies at you, and gives you such a small amount of time to do what you need to do, that it makes it feel that if you don't spend every second collecting scrap and killing zombies, that you're doomed to fail. This gives the game a pretty good sense of tension. The enemies constantly get harder and more numerous every night. This basically forces you into buying stuff, otherwise, you stand no chance, which is why you need scrap so badly. However, as long as you collect scrap, aim for the head, keep an eye on the time, are semi focused, learn to hold down "e" to repair your base walls while crouched and shooting, and don't waste too much of your scrap on temporary crap (boxes), you should be able to win without an issue.

There's also an experience meter in the game, but it's nothing that you need to pay attention to. As you kill zombies, you level up. Each time you level up, all that happens is is that you unlock a new gun/store upgrade. That's it really. There's no skills to choose from, and you'll pretty much want every upgrade anyway, so there's no sense to worry about this at all.

While playing and going through the game, you will also find 2 companions. A Russian sniper and a German shotgunner. Once found, you can switch between them. Not that it really changes the game that much, but it's nice to be able to use a weapon you like. You will NEED these companions to survive the game, so be sure to explore far every night, at least until you find them. Don't lose them. They may be dumb, but they can at least keep themselves alive and are useful for surviving the nights.

While you can explore the areas to the left and right during the day, you all but need to get back to your base before night, since at night, the number of zombies multiplies drastically. You might get away with this early in the game, but later, you have no chance of survival. The zombies come faster than you and your 2 teammates can fire. Your base has fences/walls that you can repair, as well as higher ground, turrets, and other such things that you will need to live. It's nothing complex, but it's absolutely vital for staying alive.

As for the music, sound and visuals? Well, the music/sound is fine, if forgettable and nothing special. The visuals are from a guy known as Gonzossm, who makes pretty damn awesome (if offensive and dirty) youtube videos. Gonzossm also made the visuals for a semi well known newgrounds game called "Toss the Turtle", which while simple, was also a great deal of fun. Personally, I absolutely love his art style, and I think it really suits the game, and greatly improve it from what it could be otherwise. There's not that much animation in actions, but blood splurts out fine, and everything is pretty clear. Of course, not everyone will like this style, and it could make or break the game for some.

As for story, The Walking Dead this aint. This is a cheap flash game about shooting zombies and walking one direction. The story is completely ignorable, but at the same time, sort of charming.The characters are likable for the most part, despite having nothing to them. The voice acting is hilariously bad (the first time I heard the voice for the Russian guy, which was an obviously English speaking person trying their hardest to be as stereotypical as possible, I burst out laughing), and lines are repeated often, though it never interrupts the game or gets annoying. There are a few cutscenes, which are pretty short (around 20 seconds each), though cool, but these are generally just to give us a quick joke or 2. The jokes are usually funny and I have no problem with them. If you like Gonzossm's videos on youtube, you'll like these. There's no le random le funneh may may XD spouting to be had here, which is a huge plus.

As for cons, apart from being incredibly simple (seriously, you don't EVER need to use the jump button), the game also has issues with slowdown, and framerate drops, which is sort of expected from flash. These are generally fixed by putting the graphics settings to low, and possibly turning the resolution down, which doesn't make the game look that much worse. I hear making the game play in windowed mode also helps greatly, but that's kind sucky. The game is also solo only, which may be a deal breaker for some.

Now, if you're actually been reading all this, which 99.99% of you won't be, then you're probably wondering why I still recommend this game, even though there's not much too it. Well, it's because despite its simplicity, Deadly 30 is still a lot of fun. Killing enemies is fun, shooting weapons is fun. upgrading youseld and collecting scrap is fun. It's just fun! It's tense, and it looks awesome. I know it's strange, but despite it's simplicity, it has charm and is engaging enough to play through at least once. It's also cheap, so that's a plus. Deadly 30 is not for everyone. In fact, it's probably not for most people. But if you want a short thrill, this is it.
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6 of 7 people (86%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
4.4 hrs on record
Posted: December 16, 2014
After playing until night 25, dying at least once per night, having troubles with nearly everything, buying the Alien rifle and wrecking ♥♥♥♥ up, putting around 65784 crates around my base. I can say and affirm with joice that this game is good.

The end.

(Seriously I suck at this game.)
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4 of 4 people (100%) found this review helpful
5.9 hrs on record
Posted: February 19
I think this game is very fun, engaging, and mildly broken. I mention broken simply because it seems to use a very large amount of CPU to do very little - looking at the requirements, it seems to take almost as much CPU as Bioshock Infinite for who knows what reasons. My computer can run far fancier and "intensive" games far better than this one. Though most of the game for me was autopilot since I used the turrets as my own sort of tower defence, it was still more than a little frustrating when I went to scavenge and got mobbed under as I lost the ability to move/click/not get eaten by zombies.

I'd give it a 7/10
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
1.4 hrs on record
Posted: February 23
soo good wish it was co op
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
8.7 hrs on record
Posted: February 25
A very nice defense game. Yes their are people you can find to help defend your base. The game is a challenging game if your up for a defense game
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
10.7 hrs on record
Posted: March 11
I had fun.
It's an 8-10 hour game. There are a lot of cons, but overall it is fun. Get it when it's on sale or bundled.

Pros:
+Upgrades.
+Zombies.
+You have a base you can build a bit in and upgrade (very minimal part of the game).
+It's just a simple, short, fun little game where you shoot zombies.

Cons:
-Macs can't go fullscreen, and can't unlock Steam achievements (known issue, not going to be fixed).
-It's got some lag issues (but not as bad as people make it seem, it's totally playable without a problem).
-Many of the achievements will only unlock if you get it in one sitting. Meaning, you can't like, play for a while, quit the game, and come back. You have to sit down, and play solid, until you get the grind badges. This is frustrating.
-Voice acting is horrendous, but who cares.

Overall, it's decent, but not worth a lot. I enjoyed it. If it were 75 cents, I'd give this a 6/10.
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3 of 4 people (75%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
11.9 hrs on record
Posted: March 1
You start the game by being placed inside a house and with magic turning on a generator,zambies come you shot they die nigth passes.By nigth 15 one second you belong to a group made of 3 people the other second you are figthing op naked red people who have a sadistic face. Also the main protagonist has diarrhea
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
7.7 hrs on record
Posted: February 24
It brought me those good memories about well-made 2D flash arcades but times change, this game is too simple with no visuals.
6/10
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
5.4 hrs on record
Posted: February 8
scavenge by day and defend by night, upgrade weapons and defenses, reqruit survivals AND shoot zombies all time
what more could you ask for!
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
2.7 hrs on record
Posted: May 17
A great game if you can get it to work.
Deadly 30 is a game that originally came out on Newgrounds (no surprise there with the art style).
It's not too bad and it's certainly not the best out there, but you might as well grab it if you see it for a low price.
My feelings about this game is mixed to negative, but I'll keep it as a positive review due to the fact that I got it for an extremely low price and that I actually had decent fun from playing it.

  • Some people say it lags a lot for them and although it used up a lot of my memory it ran fine for me.
    Some parts started to lag slightly at the highest quality but at good quality (medium) it ran perfectly.
    However this obviously shouldn't happen anyways; there's a reason why this happens and it's not because of the detail put into the game,believe me when I say it's not the "detail"; but the way that it was programmed.
    It's terribly compressed and I believe the gore from the zombies does not despawn until after you leave that level.
    It's even possible that it got to the point of where it set my theme to Windows Basic; it just uses too many resources to continue.
    An example of it in Super quality*: http://i.imgur.com/LCEYXg5.png
    An example of it in Good quality*: http://i.imgur.com/yHpdfxK.png
    An example of it in Bad quality*: http://i.imgur.com/RxXOF97.png

    As compared to Skyrim: http://i.imgur.com/FFdySU1.png
    As compared to Saints Row 3: http://i.imgur.com/R4VbC3l.png http://i.imgur.com/63An9c6.png

    *These are not the worst ones I've gotten, these are just examples I pulled.


  • I hate to say this but it pisses me off that this was a ♥♥♥♥♥♥ flash game that they had made on Newgrounds and then the developer decided to get it on Steam. It's poorly ported over (can I say that from a PC to PC game?) and probably has no changes made to it as opposed to the flash game.
    The only difference here is probably no ads and ♥♥♥♥. It's the quality and functionality of a flash game except up on Steam like all the big boys.
    To be honest, I expected this. From what it looked like it didn't seem like it was going to be a high-ranking game or anything. I'm surprise the reviews for this aren't mixed.


  • Basic game concept which could have had potential, but instead turned out ♥♥♥♥♥♥ like most other apocalypse games.


  • This is actually fun to play, although it may not give you an appetite to replay it when you finally finish, it's fun while it lasts. Hell, I haven't even gotten to night 10 I think and I've already played more than a hour. I'm certainly going to be playing more of it. This is one of those games that makes you feel like "that was cool" rather than "that was ♥♥♥♥ing awesome" or "that was terrible"; regarding how much you'll want to play, at least you can say that it wasn't too bad, right



    I'd say don't get this game unless it's on sale or you see it on Humble Bundle like I did.
    It's not worth $5 at all, but if you can see it for a lower price then go for it.

    10/10 totally worth my 74 cents
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
6.4 hrs on record
Posted: May 4
Very fun retro-style game with cool graphics and nice game play. The music fits the bill as well. Note that if you play on a multi-core processor this game will lag as hell past wave 15, to fix this open the games process in taskmanager and limit it to one core and it will flow perfectly.

Enjoy!
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2 of 3 people (67%) found this review helpful
4.6 hrs on record
Posted: December 17, 2014
small enjoyable game, gets harder each level and plenty of upgrades to keep you occupied. Enjoy
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1 of 2 people (50%) found this review helpful
10.3 hrs on record
Posted: January 10
This is quite a fun little zombie-killing game with a night and day based gameplay and somewhat tower-defence as you should return to your shelter to protect yourself.

The game is also quite comical, however it's also very difficult, but the more you play it the better you get at it as you unlock new weapons and things that you can buy earlier in sequential playthroughs.

It's a nice time-waster, but besides the mad fun there is no indeph storyline or anything to be sought here, however it is a hell of a lot of fun.
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1 of 2 people (50%) found this review helpful
1.5 hrs on record
Posted: December 24, 2014
This is a fun and intense game.
You are a lony amerikan after the Zombie apocalyps in WW2 and you are now fighting to survive.
On the way you will meet a russian vodka lover and a Russian woman with a fryingpan.
You have to survive 30 days untill a chopper comes and pick you and youre crew up.
It depends if youre crew survived it or not.
But its made by Gonzo one of my favorit animaters so the only thing that could make this better was if they updated the grafichs.
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79 of 108 people (73%) found this review helpful
7.6 hrs on record
Posted: January 10, 2014
I think overall this is a pretty fun flash game, definitely a good "spur of the moment oh this one's really cheap so why not" buy. You have a base to defend yourself in, but during the day you can explore the area around you to find scrap metal (currency) and survivors, and the areas change each day so it's an interesting feature. My only complaints are the inexplicable lack of multiplayer and the fact that instead of being able to choose your class right off the bat, as you play the game you can find survivors and magically switch between them. Which is... I dunno, just really weird. But again, it's a good 3 dollar buy, if you think you'll like it you probably will. It gets really difficult really fast, so it does take a while to beat. Luckily it saves after every night, so i f you make one big mistake you don't have to go back to the beginning. Also, the soundtrack is really well done, so that's a plus.

I think a sequel will definitely be worth investing in, and if they create multiplayer for this it would be a very fun experience and worth the money. Keeping in mind this was a two man team making a game for $5, I think it's worth supporting, and I would like to see what they can create in the future.
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24 of 27 people (89%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
17.4 hrs on record
Posted: October 28, 2014
So where to start... I like the art style and overall idea/gameplay of Deadly 30. However it feels like it is lacking a certain polish and certain aspects. The game would be great with some good old fashion co-op! Even if the co-op were just a horde mode style of play. I think co-op alone could change my entire outlook on this game. The other main issue, at least at the time of me writting this, is that there is a very noticeable drop in frame rates(seems to happen mostly during day/night cycle switches). It feels like really bad lag! It is still playable but definetly detracts from the game. All that said if you have a chance to get this in a bundle, or for at least 75% off I would recommend getting this title. And although it's been out almost a year I hope there are some updates and follow up along the way for this game.
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40 of 57 people (70%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
14.7 hrs on record
Posted: July 3, 2014
This is a game that is causing a bit of contraversy,"ITS A FLASH GAME" and so it may be but another little game about a certain little boy who gets thrown down into the cellar is also-and it hasent stopped that being a really big seller and a really well received and loved game.
Anyway back to the review,i really like this game and i will tell you why A-its addictive and B-its actually very challenging.
The graphics are ok,the sounds ok and everything in the game is ok-but thats not what games are about (or they didnt used to be back in the day when graphics were blockey and sounds used to blib and blob) they are about fun and the challenge of learning a game inside out.
This game does not do what a lot of other games are guilty of "HAND HOLDING",you start as the american solider and get dropped in at the deep end and thats exactally what it is,doesnt tell you what to do just sets you of out after defending the base for the first night.You will eventually end up with 3 different characters and beleive me each has their own strenghs and weakneses (when you upgrade their weapons each one comes into their own in different ways) and trying to keep them all alive is one hell of a hard job as the game just gets harder and harder.
After a few nights you really do start to struggle to defend the base and yourselves if you havent made the right choices in what to upgrade either be it gear,guns,defensive wall ect.Of course all this costs scrap and you get this by wandering around outside the base in one of the other locations on offer,now some scrap lies there waiting to be picked up but some you get from shooting crates or by turning vehicles like tanks and jeeps into scrap (now you just push one button to do this and hold it in-but you must also defend yourself whilst you do this).Collecting the scrap you return to base before darkness falls (and beleive me thats where you are at you best defence wise-oh dear try a few nights outside the base and see what i mean).
Then like i have said the game shows its true light,you will play through a few times until you survive even 15 nights of the expected 30 to get out to the helicopter-and thats what its all about learning to play the game LITERRALLY.
You will sink or swim by the choices you make and thats good (sort of reminds me of a lot of good games where you learn from your mistakes and get better on every playthrough).
Eventully you will make it and then that will be it,and for me that is the worst thing about the game as i dont think i would play through it much after i have escaped and beaten the 30 DEADLY NIGHTS,and thats ok as i will certainly have some fun on my way to getting out ALIVE (with all three characters OH YEAH AS IF HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA)
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31 of 43 people (72%) found this review helpful
1.7 hrs on record
Posted: March 3, 2014
Deadly 30 is a simple, but hard game. You control a survivor and your goal is to survive the night, while you go out and find materials to upgrade your hideout and find survivors. Movement is limited, because it's played from a 2D sidescroller perspective where you can go only left or right.

It starts off with easy to kill zombies, and after pretty much every night a new zombie is introduced. By night 10 you'll probably die because you have to manage your survivors as well as fighting off some of the tougher zombies. You have to make sure that they have enough ammo, health packs, or a better gun and do not let them fight off zombies by themselves, or they will probably get killed in the process.

The faces of the characters are absolutely hideous, but the rest of the game looks just fine. The resolution options are limited though so I had to play it in a window to make it look somewhat decent. The (limited) voice acting is decent and actually better than expected.

Deadly 30 is fun for at least a couple of hours, and the price is right. Grab it when you can.

[Rating: 74/100]
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327 of 574 people (57%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
1.0 hrs on record
Posted: January 8, 2014
Disappointed. I'll admit, I was drawn in by some simple zombie-shooting fun at only about three dollars. Mostly good feedback, stupid but fun. How can one possibly get buyers remorse over three dollars?

Pretty easily, actually. The thing is that the game just isn't fun to play. As I played it, the entire time I was fantasizing about playing something more fun or getting some work done. It's not entertaining. It's boring at best, frustrating at worst.

The game looks, feels, plays and tastes like a poorly polished free flash game. The only difference is that it's three dollars, and that's on sale. It's horrifically repetitive, all the weapons feel the same, all the fences seem the same, there is just nothing that dynamically changes the gameplay at all. Walk forwards and shoot while spasmatically crouching for extra damage, and sometimes holding E by things. It literally never goes past that, the game gets old about 15 minutes in.

To make matters worse it's very unpolished. The AI is at first hilariously stupid, quickly becoming infuriatingly idiotic. The animations are ♥♥♥♥-poor, the artstyle is an eye-strain, the gunplay is weak. Again, it just not fun to play.

Don't get lured in by the tiny price, it's not even worth the time.
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