Survivor Zero:

Survivor Zero is a first person, sandbox style survival-horror game set in the aftermath of a zombie apocalypse. Instead of focusing on combating endless waves of zombies, Survivor Zero places emphasis on the use of creativity and logic, alongside force in order to survive in a post-apocalyptic world.

Elements of Survivor Zero:

  • Zombies
    • Classic (Slow and scary)
  • Procedurally generate environment
    • The ability to enter unique buildings as they are generated and loot them for potential supplies…or make a base of operations
    • At the moment, we are set up to generate 13.9 million square miles (36,000,000 square kilometers) of virtual untouched-by-man-but-infested-by-zombies woodland — a space about the size of the moon
  • Procedural & dynamic weather and lighting
  • Crafting unique and resourceful weapons and tools
  • Hunting and farming to feed yourself
  • Vehicles to transport yourself across the vast landscape of Survivor Zero
  • Various Game Modes
    • Hardcore and perma-death modes as well as a personalized modes for players to chose the exact difficulty they want

The idea is to be cunning over brash and irrational.  In order to survive in Survivor Zero the player will have to act in a manner that reflects the realistic scenario of being in a world where everyone is a potential enemy and that your loved ones and strangers are reanimated as dead flesh eating corpses.  This game will reflect the horrors and calamity that a person would have to struggle through in order to survive and thrive.

Our Emphasis on Gameplay:

Survivor Zero places an emphasis no time limits, plot devices, incredibly crazy or ridiculous “super zombies” & boss battles. This game is an immersive, free-roaming survival horror game where the player will have to make tough decisions from where to sleep or eat and what they will do in order to survive.  

    UNITED NATIONS INVESTIGATION - Evidence 3: Possible Russian Covert Ops in Romanian Soil

    Bucharest, Romania

    IENN European Correspondent William Faust

    The Romanian Prime Minister again denied accusations from political opponents that Russian Spetsnaz Special Forces have been allowed to operate within Romanian borders to quell recent militant uprisings. “Romania is quite capable of handling any political, or military, threats to its citizens,” he said at a recent press conference, “We do not require military intervention to bring an end to this situation.”

    Several witnesses say that they have seen black helicopters, with no national identifiers, that appear to be Mi-17 transport helicopters, used by the Russian military. Many believe that these have been carrying Russian Special Forces into and out of the country.

    In the past three months, there has been a large increase in violent incidents along the Ukraine-Romania border which have been attributed to an as-of-yet-unidentified militant group. The attacks are being described as ‘barbaric’ and ‘savage’ by Romanian authorities, with the victims bodies being dismembered or disemboweled.

    Romanian police and military units in the area have been placed on alert and citizens have been advised to stay in their homes.

    The Russian Prime Minister could not be immediately reached for comment.

    Source: La Gazette