Nazi Zombies: PortableNazi Zombies: Portable

Nazi Zombies Portable aims to recreate the Nazi Zombies experience from CoD: WaW into the Quake engine, making it playable on the Hand-Held PlayStation Portable Console (Does not require Custom Firmware ) and can be easily played on just about ANY computer out there (Even Windows 98!). For those who don't know what Nazi Zombies is about.... Nazi Zombies is a gamemode in Call of Duty: World at War.
Nazi Zombies consists of up to four people (PSP Version does not support multiplayer right now) in survival against endless hordes and waves of "Nazi Zombies". Each wave the rounds get harder and harder, and you get points for barricading walls and killing zombies. You use the points to buy guns or you can spend them on the mystery box where you get a random gun in return. NZ:P will feature downloadable map-packs (don't worry they're free). We are constantly working very hard on this mod, so check us out at our forums.

more info here in nzpwiki:

Alpha has been released to the public, since Christmas 2010.

Beta 1.1 Was Released In May 29th 2012. We have restarted the project. No current ETA.

Nazi Zombies: Portable PC, PSP game

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37 comments by Jukki on Sep 15th, 2013

It was exactly one year since we last posted a picture here. After that thing have quieted down. The constant "We are not dead" claims have raised a question of doubt. Are we actually dead. Now after one year of silence. You get the answer.

No. We are not dead. We are alive and kicking!

 I (jukki) have been very lazy and selfish during this year. I let the team down and almost killed it. I was leading a decently sized clan in dayz and dived in to it too much. Now my clan is disbanded and I have found more time for nzp. I decided to try again. During the year I had gained bit more knowledge on scripting and coding (thanks to arma 2). I have realized the mistakes we had done in past (man our code and models were messy). I believe with this knowledge and by the help of other psp member such as mabose and ghost we can finish what we starter (and maybe even more). But enough words. I am sure everyone is eager to see what has happened during these few days.

Most of our early focus has been on getting clean plate in front of us. We have new engine for psp (DarkQuake). Thanks to some of its features we can bring more optimization to the the game (dxt1 compression for example). We are doing code wise mostly from scratch. Reason being our old code was resource hungry, buggy and hacky in most places. We are not rushing in features, but instead going slowly through everything, making sure as we go that we don't eat too much of what we have. One important thing we decided to do too, is that we have no active PC development version yet. All of our work is done on PSP emulator. This way we can focus on what is truly our main platform. (Do not worry thought. PC version will also be release.)

Here are our new stuff. Our focus has been on lightweight simplicity but not ugliness.  One good example of our optimization is our new menu. Instead of using images to draw the menu, we use basic strings. This save memory, and makes navigating menus more fluid, thanks to its no need to load any images.

Here is "press start" when you launch game. I aim for more userfriendly ui and feel like instead of a console, player is first granter by this:

After that player will get to main menu:

Simple but effective, and does not look bad at all (keep in mind we will have menu background, right now it is just black for time beeing)

Single player menu will lead to simple map selection screen:

Player can choose to play either one of our maps, or any map that is in his maps folder (Custom Maps).

Here is the custom maps menu. The map list scales perfectly and has will have a scroll menu if user has more maps in his maps folder:

The map menus will later get description text and preview pic (support for custom maps too ;) )

Loading screen is also making return. It will now also have tips (which change)  on top, loading bars (can be disabled) and of course the loading image:

And here is a screenshots of ingame in wahnsinn. As you can see, tom has put bit more work in it.


As you can see our hud has also been given a small make up. Numbers from pictures have been removed and been replaced by strings. Giving us again slightly less ram usage. Some things to also see in these pics. Point system and weapon systems are currently 90 % finished ingame. We only have 3 weapon in at the moment, but I will be adding rest of the weapons later. You can also notice that crosshair now moves when you move around, and also will expand when you shoot. This is not just visual effect but also affects your weapons spread. firing in full auto now has recoil and makes your gun less accurate. iron sights will tighten the spread noticeably and make your gun a lot more accurate. Also thanks to darkquake we have particle effects, gun smoke and bullet holes (these don't work properly in the emulator but do work 100% in actual psp, that is the reason for the black boxes).

That is it for this this update. We are not letting it die, and we will deliver you what we promised. A release of nzp. Stay tuned for more awesomeness!

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NZ:P MAC Beta 1.1

NZ:P MAC Beta 1.1

May 3, 2012 Demo 84 comments

This new updated release adds jam-packed features to ensure that you'll be playing nzp for centuries to come! New features include... -Pack a Punch- Upgrade...

NZ:P PC Beta  1.1

NZ:P PC Beta 1.1

May 29, 2011 Full Version 177 comments

This new updated release adds jam-packed features to ensure that you'll be playing nzp for centuries to come! New features include... -Pack a Punch- Upgrade...

NZ:P PSP Beta 1.1

NZ:P PSP Beta 1.1

May 29, 2011 Full Version 225 comments

This new updated release adds jam-packed features to ensure that you'll be playing nzp for centuries to come! New features include... -Pack a Punch- Upgrade...

NZ:P Mapping Starter Kit

NZ:P Mapping Starter Kit

May 25, 2011 Mapping Tool 45 comments

Small RAR that includes everything you need to start mapping. NOTE: No Manuals Included. You should be familiar with these things if you want to map...

NZ:P Beta 1.0 PC Version

NZ:P Beta 1.0 PC Version

May 15, 2011 Full Version 96 comments

This is the official NZ:P Beta! We have been working long and hard on this, all for you guys, working hour after hour, day after day... We've put our...

NZ:P Beta 1.0 PSP Version

NZ:P Beta 1.0 PSP Version

May 15, 2011 Full Version 215 comments

This is the official NZ:P Beta! We have been working long and hard on this, all for you guys, working hour after hour, day after day... We've put our...

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Ignis55 Sep 26 2014, 7:30pm says:

this is why you should keep yourselves busy until the game comes out. I've got Killzone Mercenary on PS Vita so that'll keep me busy

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jastolze Sep 26 2014, 8:01pm replied:

The botzone is awesome, too. Tons of replayability.

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Flash_Sentry Sep 26 2014, 5:12pm says:

if jukki is playing DayZ again, then someone go on DayZ, find him on there, and tell him to update the game for the IMPATIENT people, those who are patient (like me in a way) can wait forever, but for me, "if" this game takes 2 years to update... yea i dont know anymore

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jastolze Sep 26 2014, 5:56pm replied:

Real life issues often complicate progress on games being made for the public. Just be patient a little longer. The update is going to happen, whether or not it's tomorrow or 9 months from now is ultimately up to them.

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SuperNovae6 Sep 27 2014, 9:00pm replied:

jas no offense,but I think 6-12 months from now,youd be speaking the total opposite of what your saying.youd eventually lose patience and forget about this cause you have real life problems too.

to truly end this state of impatience and depression is to have the devs release one would have to worry about waiting anymore.

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Ignis55 Sep 28 2014, 4:56pm replied:

let them finish it in their own time. It's ot like treyarch is gonna comeout of nowhere and announce zombies on the Vita sine Sony hates hir own handhld systems.

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Ignis55 Sep 23 2014, 10:56pm says:

another thing is tey don't have every facet of data available from the original versions of the World at War zombies. All that data comprises the balance of the game. We don't want a lunky piece of crap for a game here. patience will help = a better game overall.

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Ignis55 Sep 23 2014, 10:44pm says:

There's ALOT more to game creation than you think. I don't even know half of it but I know it's a bitch. I work with the MUGEN engine which is text based and I have a hard time with getting some moves to work. AI is a bitch overall. velset triggers are easy but it's variables, ifelse triggers...etc that's the heart of it. not to mention everything HAS to be balanced and not OP otherwise the game will be too easy. You say crap about them releasing everything quickly but you don't understand how difficult it can be to emulate what's already been done on the official versions of Zombies. Jukki and the team aren't professionals at what they do. they don't get paid for this. You never know as well. they could be trying to think of exclusive ideas to bring to the psp that the official versions will never have. Let them get through the process.

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Mg-4ever Sep 25 2014, 11:14pm replied:

Well said.

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jastolze Sep 26 2014, 1:31pm replied:

That's exactly right. ADZIE, gamefreak, and any other losers who think it absolutely has to be released now are just impatient. You don't know what they're working on, so to say that there's nothing else to wait for is insane. I mean, don't you think if that were really the case, they would've released it by now?

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Nazi Zombies Portable
Windows, Mac, Linux, PSP
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Released May 26, 2011
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Highest Rated (51 agree) 10/10

3 years ago, i was playing Call of duty world at war. i remember it so clearly. Natch der untoten was the map, yes it was. so i was sitting with my ps3 controller in my hand on some ridiculous round thinking to my self. "wouldn't this be awesome if this was on the go?" so then i searched for nazi zombies for psp, yet at that time there was no such of an idea of it. i grew depressed. - _ - i was clouded in despair. But you the nzp team gave me hope again that i will still be able to slay zombies…

Dec 25 2010, 12:19pm by fudrucker5

Lowest Rated (3 agree) 1/10

the nzp dosent make any good job

Jun 1 2011, 5:55pm by MitcheIIS

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