Have you played this game?You can rate this game, record that you've played it, or put it on your wish list after you log in.
Playlists and Wishlists
RSS FeedsNew member reviews
Updates to downloadable files
All updates to this page
12th Place - 3rd Annual Interactive Fiction Competition (1997)
-- Duncan Stevens
>VERBOSE -- Paul O'Brian's Interactive Fiction Page
I kept finding myself feeling frustrated, because every time I really got into the game, allowed myself to get interested in its tensions, a bug or a spelling error would come along that would shatter mimesis and deflate the emotional effect. The thing is, the game does a great job of building that tension. It's a b-movie all the way, no deep or serious issues here, but it's definitely got that suspenseful, creepy feeling that the best b-movies have. (Yes, I'm aware of the irony in that phrase, so you needn't bother pointing it out.) The sound of heavy footsteps approaching, or the feeling of driving rain beating against a worn, gothic mansion, or the sight of horrific creatures staring dead ahead (literally!), and similar gothic pleasures were all very well-executed in this game, until you hit the inevitable technical error. Still, better to have a good game with lots of bugs than a mediocre game executed flawlessly. Bugs are easy to fix. When Starkey fixes them, Zombie! will definitely be one to recommend.
See the full review
|Average Rating: |
Number of Reviews: 1
Write a review
A fairly long romp exploring a mad scientist's house, July 1, 2017
The boyfriend's game is nonlinear and interesting, as you explore a mad scientist's house. It suffers too much from 'flail about until something interesting happens' syndrome, though. Its hard to know exactly what they want you to do.
But the writing is good and there are several interesting and well-written NPCs.
If you enjoyed Zombie!...
Related GamesPeople who like Zombie! also gave high ratings to these games:
|Wishbringer, by Brian Moriarty|
Average member rating: (86 ratings)
It's an ordinary day in your ordinary little town, and you've been performing your ordinary mail clerk's duties in an altogether ordinary way. But there's something quite extraordinary in today's mail. It's a ransom note for a kidnapped...
|The Lurking Horror, by Dave Lebling|
Average member rating: (72 ratings)
A winter night at the G.U.E. tech campus with most students away on vacation serves as the backdrop for this tale of Lovecraftian horror.
|Little Blue Men, by Michael S. Gentry|
Average member rating: (60 ratings)
This game is a joke. This game is a warning. This game is a satire. This game is inspired in equal parts by Vaclav Havel's "The Memorandum" and Hunter S. Thompson's "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas". This game is a big, stupid shaggy dog...
This is version 3 of this page, edited by Yekrats on 15 May 2009 at 1:53pm. - View Update History - Edit This Page - Add a News Item