A horrific plague breaks out and mobs of zombies are roaming throughout the tri-state area, killing people at random. You play Jack, a simple farmer who must rise beyond fear, and battle your way through hordes of terrifying undead who are bent on spreading the zombie plague. You encounter a mysterious man named Mr. Kaufman who has established Fiddler's Green, a fortified city, which holds the last of the living. He has offered you a special job, with an exceptional reward. An offer too good to turn down, but will you live long enough to reap the rewards?
Based on the George A. Romero film, Land of the Dead, this intense 3D zombie experience will grip and terrify you like none other.
Why the sudden resurrection? After some thought, I figured DE would be best released in an unfinished state, rather than not being released at all. So yes, that does mean a lot of content we had originally planned will not make it into the final release, such as arcade, free roam, multiplayer, and a lengthy campaign mode.
One of the biggest things that stopped me from finishing DE last year was incompatibility on newer operating systems, but recently, that has been fixed and is no longer an issue. Another big reason was because a lack of a team. In the start, DE has around eight active members. As the years passed, the numbers dropped drastically - down to only two people. At the time, it seemed impossible to finish everything that we had planned, so I stupidly pulled the plug on the entire thing. In the past month it's just been me and Gamefan74 (the main programmer) finishing off what we can.
With that being said, DE is complete... with the exception of the game modes I listed above. If interest proves, and people enjoy DE, I might release arcade, and a few unfinished goodies into a DLC of some sort after the release.
Dead Epidemic is now scheduled to be released on March 26th, 2011, or even earlier depending on how quick beta testing goes. View more screenshots in our gallery. Stay tuned for more updates and media.
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changes a few levels and textures also be sure and backup your files before installing just in case you wanna play the original game again
This is NOT an official patch, but it will not break net-game compatibility, and I've personally been using it for over 6 months without any problems...
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Highest Rated (2 agree) 7/10
It certainly has it's rough spots in level design and coding, and at times, it almost feels unfinished. But this is no left 4 dead. There are no friends, no running zombies and no stashes of ammo at every corner. LotD is a very sincere surival horror game, with zombies literally crawling out of the woodwork with, at times, not enough ammo to dispatch them all. It's tense and and at times, actually very creepy (I actually had to build up courage to go through the cornfield at the beginning of the…
Dec 24 2011 by flippedoutkyrii