combines two things I know many of you love: roguelike computer games and the minutiae of surviving the zombie armageddon. Indiegames has a good feature series up on its development.
As an image begins to come into focus before me, I realise that I've just woken up from a slumber that I don't remember taking. I'm slumped on a hard iron bench in what I quickly identify as the city train station. How in the hell did I end up here?
My head is banging, but I manage to piece together some basic details. My name is Ulrich Jones, and I'm a carpenter originally from Brooklyn. I moved to Pittsburgh a few years back to be with my childhood sweetheart Laura. We probably would have had a long and happy life, if that 'miracle drug' hadn't buggered everything up.
As I stare around the room, I realise that I'm not alone.
Alas, only available for Windows at the moment, but it's still in alpha. Download it from the official site
Ulrich Jones: Rogue Survivor (Part 1)
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