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Desc:Get dysentery and 9 other diseases
Category:Video Games, Trailers
Tags:Zombies, indie, dysentery, The Organ Trail,
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Comment count is 10
this would have been great in 2006
I'm so fucking sick of all this zombie shit. They were cool for a while but Jesus Christ they are everywhere these days. There are tons of cool post apocalyptic settings and monsters out there take a break and get creative for once.
Oh yeah and fuck all the indie game designers making everything have "old-school" graphics. It was also fun for awhile and is also just a stupid way to pander to people and put in less effort. I'd say lots of stock figure flash games have more artistic creativity and style
these days.

Adham Nu'man
I agree the zombie thing is badly beaten dead horse nowadays. Still, my game of the year for 2012 is The Walking Dead. This was funny and amusing enough for the 67 seconds that it lasted.

Isn't it funny how a horror trope about mindless people all milling around in a group behaving the same is what's being used by so many developers/filmmakers/writers/whathaveyou are using?

I made it to "retro zombie apocalypse" and stopped.

Pope Caius
I actually played the free version and it was pretty cool to see what they did with the Oregon Trail formula. Still, it's nothing I'd pay for.
Eroticus E
I just played the free Facebook version. It's fun.

Robin Kestrel
Same here, but it does look like they've added a whole bunch of stuff that wasn't in the free version.

My initial thought was that this was an Oregon Trail clone based on traveling the country as a black market organ harvester. It doesn't live up to those expectations, but decent.
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