From the creators of Grey we bring you our next project, Derayenic. In this news update we provide details about what we've been working on since the release of Grey as well as a small update about Grey.

Posted by Alters on Apr 6th, 2014

Grey watchers and mod players alike we are pleased to announce our next project we've been working on - Derayenic.

Derayenic is a cooperative objective-based survival game where up to 4 players will take on timed survival scenarios ranging from the streets of Hungary to forests and snowy mountains.


We have been taking feedback and lessons we've learned from Grey over the past years and are attempting to improve in every way we can. If you'd like to read more about the game or help support it head on over to our Greenlight page and vote for us or find more information on our website over at!

You can find our Greenlight page here

Now what does this mean for Grey? We will still update Grey in the case of Source engine updates breaking it (as we have done in the past) and we will still provide technical help for Grey troubles on our forums and our Moddb page (as well as the occasional email we get). In terms of content updates; they are unlikely to happen. We will support mappers providing free maps for use in Grey though.
Happy surviving!

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medve Apr 7 2014 says:

i approve, especially cause i played the alpha

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jini99 Jun 1 2014 replied:

How can i play the alpha?

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DrRhubarb Apr 7 2014 says:

Well, can't say I expected something original, but looks like at least the execution of the idea pays the dues.

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Dr.Goupyl Apr 7 2014 says:

No indiedb page ?

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Alters Apr 9 2014 replied:

We recently created one. You can find it over at:

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Saint_Stan Apr 7 2014 says:

what engine is this?

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MagnumPI Apr 7 2014 replied:


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CzechDeath Apr 7 2014 says:

ooooh =D

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SPY-maps Apr 7 2014 says:

Does look great, very impressive.
Although i have to be honest and say that i am very tired on games like this.
We have seen it many times before, with zombies, monsters. Zombies and monsters,
you get the picture. So, what i try to say is that it will be very hard to get a market share with this game, because there is already a lot of competition.

That said, like DrRhubarb already said;
"....looks like at least the execution of the idea pays the dues."


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battle19945 Apr 7 2014 says:

ah a survival game now instead of another sequel to the mistake trilogy.

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RancidRandy Apr 12 2014 replied:

Trilogy? There are two.

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battle19945 Apr 12 2014 replied:

no three, grey is a sequel to mistake

play the trilogy in this order: pre mistake,-> mistake,-> grey.

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Jesusfreak Apr 7 2014 says:

Reminds me of Killing Floor.

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Ziggylata Apr 7 2014 replied:

Seems a bit too much like KF to me.

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Gambini Apr 7 2014 says:


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Themcguireman Apr 7 2014 says:

WOW! Good game, guys. I mean, sure a zombie survival game is a bit unoriginal, but since you guys seem to have your own unique gameplay style, it works!

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KEEP_IT_UP! Apr 8 2014 says:

all the best too you guys! and congrats! looks amazing already. :)
love the "locked" graphic design for the unlockables...

at 1:23 is that a SUZUKI SWIFT from the 90's era? PLEASE SAY YES... was my first car and before that the car from my mom, that i crashed. ;D

edit: faved and followed your greenlight profile. :)

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Zer0Hope Apr 9 2014 says:

Looks pretty, but boring :\
PS: Is it just me or weapons looks way too big?

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Blake943 Apr 10 2014 says:

It's look interesting,but for me is too colorful/bright like for horror,think Grey/Killing Floor Mod graphic style will be fit more like for me.

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Strogglet15 Apr 11 2014 replied:

"too colorful/bright"

Well, let me be the first to welcome you to the Unreal Engine 3!

We got the worst ways to make your eyes figuratively or even literally bleed, by giving you a lot of bloom, a lot of post processing and of course, COLORS! We in the Unreal Engine (Epic) company LOVE mushrooms and LSD. What about you?

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SinisterExaggerator Apr 13 2014 replied:

No Unreal engine is fine it is entirely down to how you light the game up and what lighting you use please don't just immediately blame the nature of a level on the game engine used i hate it when people blame game engines even though Unreal Engine is used on plenty of Horror titles for moody lighting see Routine for instance.

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Strogglet15 Apr 11 2014 says:

0:47 to 1:04

Influenced by Drowning Pool much?

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Vincent14 Apr 20 2014 says:

This looks amazing! Keep up the good work!

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Vincent14 Apr 20 2014 replied:

Though i must say that i do have a concern. Mods like, contagion, No More Room in Hell. That have large hordes of enemies, often lag the servers and raise ping. Whenever there is a large number of enemies, The ping rises and things start to lag. Normally something like that shouldn't raise ping, but it does.

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