ZIC: Zombies in City - a dynamic action shooter, executed in a first-person format, in the graphics of which you can feel the imitation of the cubic universe of Minecraft. So, according to the story, one morning you woke up and realized that the city no longer belongs to people, but bloodthirsty zombies who fled the secret laboratory and are now wandering around the area, hunting townspeople. There are more and more of them, because every person who has entered into contact with cadavers immediately mutates, replenishing their growing army. Only four people (probably innate immunity) were left untreated, controlling which the user is to leave the city, which turned into a real hell. At the startup stage, the gamer will be managed by a nurse, which the invasion of walking dead was caught in the workplace, that is, in the clinic. Armed with a pistol and without regret destroying the dead, not allowing direct physical contact with them. After that, our protagonist will be a criminal who is serving a sentence in a city jail, all his cellmates mutated and only one lucky enough to keep the human kind and mind. With an ax at the ready we run through the prison, releasing it from the cadavers, and when we are on the street, we notice a zombie-surrounded nurse who is immediately rescued. In short, the developers muddied the plot interesting!
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