Proyect-Z is a MORPG (Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game) set in a post-apocalyptic world. implemented with the Orange Box source engine (Half life 2 deathmatch modification). Using databases allow data persistence getting a similar experience to a MMORPG (Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game), but due to limitations of the engine, map is divided into zones with loads between them. When the player has created his account to play, have a PJ (character) protected by a username and password. Each time a player leaves the game, the server stored in the database throughout the state of play: life, abilities, items, ammo, etc. When the player connect to the server using the username and password from any PC, he will have his character and inventory exactly as he left it last time.

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ThrillerProd Sep 29 2010 says:

Impressive !

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DandD Sep 29 2010 says:

Really nice!!!

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Rain0 Sep 29 2010 says:


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johnnyXfire Oct 27 2010 says:

Wow... I love the point of view.

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SolidFake Nov 13 2010 says:

wow, wow, very nice!
you are making good progress
if you achieve the in the description mentioned goals together with some general game improvements, I will for sure start to play it again

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CuervoSp Mar 20 2011 says:

Looks really nice!! I cant wait to play it.

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joseph2332 Jul 20 2013 says:

is it like day z?

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Homeland (remake Zone 1). Testing day and night cycles, and dynamic atmospheric phenomenons.

NOTE: This map is under development , and not represent the final version.

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