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great concept, but you spend more time fighting the UI and the bugs than the zombies.
the menu controls are horrible, but THE COMBAT CONTROLS WERE DEVISED BY SATAN HIMSELF, who has apparently bored of traditional methods of torture. navigation through isometric corridors is painful, and game objects are hidden by the rendering. time is strangely warped, taking, for instance, tens of minutes to walk across the room. the overall experience is one of frustration and regret, multiple playthroughs carried by a powerful desire to love this game based on concept alone.
content is extremely thin. where is the crafting? where is the storyline? where is the meaningful character customization? where is all the stuff that should be laying around the burned out world? and what's up with the zombies? shouldn't they be found feasting on corpses or roaming in hordes, instead of evenly spaced throughout the land?
sure, it's an alpha, but i haven't played in over a year and somehow this game has much less polish and features than last time. come on guys, i paid for this crap you can at least finish it before the actual zombie apocalypse breaks out...
a much more enjoyable and free alternative (although sans graphics) is cataclysm dda.
Gnomoria has taken the mining village sim and incorporated a gorgeous and friendly UI, sure to delight any gamer with its colorful, SNES-style pixels. Control is mostly mouse- and menu-driven. Commands are self explanatory - it's easy to jump right into this game.
Dwarf Fortress continues to push the boundaries of fantasy world sim to the extremes, growing from its early forays of small village management and approaching a complete world of living, simulated fantasy. Gnomoria doesn't come close to that depth, but it soars beyond DF in terms of UI, visual style, and usability. Don't get me wrong - Gnomoria holds its own for fun stuff to do and explore, but it's not fleshed out yet. It continues to grow an an impressive pace.
Development has been fierce. I don't know how many devs are on this project, but updates are frequent and always contain a new feature or two to make you drool. Keep up the good work guys!
fun, but i can't see paying $20...
It is a love affair that i hope will never end! No game has ever blown me away to such an extent. Its hiddeous UI and slam-against-the-cliff learning curve are such a small price to pay for its inner beauty... Truly, a legendary experience.
This game is better every time I play it! It's fun now, and I love the direction that development is heading.
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