|The graphics are not perfect. But it does shine in other areas.|
I really have no clue. But the game I found is simply AWEMAZENDARY! Seriously, I can not stretch this enough. It goes by the pretty bland title "Rebuild" and is set some time after a zombie-apocalypse. Thanks to Sarah Northway (wait, a girl making a zombie game?) for letting me live through about an hour of turn-based strategy joy.You play as the leader of a fortified area within a town with the wish to rebuild (hence the title). You do so by killing zombies in nearby areas, building fences around them, raiding the vicinity for food, farming, rescuing survivors and so on and so forth.
The gameplay is both simple and compley, allowing for quite a bit of strategy but still remaining easy to control. A randomly generated map makes it replayable (even if the quite low amount of variety in the areas does make it boring after two or so plays.)
This is spiced up with little notifications whenever you defend yourself against the hordes at night or when a team managed to succeed (or fail) at a mission. Together with individual names for each character, you get really close to the action, even though it is still turn-based. It feels as if you actually live in this fortress. I have never felt such good atmosphere in a Minigame.
|Defending your fort is not as exciting as it could be.|
All in all a great experience, even though it does not have any shiny graphics or actual action.
|Oh no, not Anderson!|