A huge open-world game where you have the freedom to play how you want - but your choices have consequences. You've survived the zombie apocalypse by living in a bunker for a year and now it's time to venture out. Scavenge for supplies, find other survivors, trade or fight with them, form relationships and build a community. Go on quests, face moral dilemmas, and uncover dark, terrible secrets!
I've released the latest patch for Survivalist, v27, on all PC channels - Desura, IndieGameStand and... Steam! Yep, thanks to everyone who voted for the Greenlight, Survivalist is now sitting on the front page of Steam under Popular New Releases. Praise be to Gaben!
If you already bought the PC version of the game, you can get a free Steam key for it! To claim it, go to the site you bought the game from.
Here's the change log for v27:
For XBox 360 owners the patch is currently going through peer review, it should be out soon.
Highest Rated (3 agree) 10/10
I rate this game a 10 because it is for SURE one of the best Indie zombie games. I found myself playing this game more than Dead Island because it has such a vast open world and you can do so much in it. You can build more houses for your community, you can built wells for your community, you can farm, you can run'n'gun, and much MUCH more! I recommend this game to a friend and anyone! You should get it. It is only $2.99 on the Xbox 360 Indie game marketplace! I appreciate the developer's (or developer(s…
Mar 11 2014, 4:57pm by VlenftulStudios
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Jun 23 2015, 7:58pm
@Remco32 If you're playing on the PC it's F9 and F11 by default.
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@tumcxtiggyx Note: when you equip the toolbox and press A to build, you can cycle what to build by pressing d-pad up/down.
Apr 20 2015, 6:39pm
@tumcxtiggyx You need a higher Construction skill to build more things, you level up by building things or collecting skill books.
Apr 20 2015, 6:39pm
@MrGrimlock I've thought about it but.. probably not, procedural content tends to be a bit dry.
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