27-02-2012 04:23 AM - edited 27-02-2012 04:23 AM
In a sea of Call of Duty:Zombies Clones, Players have forgotten how Zombie Survivals all started.
Moonlight is my call back to the days of Resident Evil. Back when Puzzles and ever decreasing ammo were more terrifying than the actual Zombies.
There are Two levels under the Moonlight Banner to choose from:
The First, is :
You take on the roll of our protagonist. After a friend leaves you a disturbing message, you rush to his workplace (the Van Brawn estate) to try to help him out. You are greeted by an empty mansion filled with dust, cobwebs and distant moans... How long can you survive in this Zombie survival? Ammo is sparce and puzzles hide secrets throughout the mansion. ...... ... .. . ..... .. ... Special thanks to S_Blaze23 for all his help.
This level Is purely to introduce what the different elements are within the main level:
How long can you survive in this Zombie survival? Ammo is sparse and puzzles hide secrets throughout the mansion. Special thanks to S_Blaze23 for all his help. Be sure to play Moonlight (inst) for instructions.
This is the main game. Explore this multilevel mansion, surviving ever respawnig waves of zombies all while solving a few puzzles to further expand your play field.
There are no Power ups.
There are no Crudely Remade Weapon pickups.
There is only you, and your will to survive.
on 27-02-2012 09:16 AM
on 27-02-2012 02:06 PM
Sorry, was too tired last night to add these.
Thanks for the support Guys. It took me 3-1/2 days to complete this level.
Including a brand new Music Sequencer that you wont hear anywhere else.
A trailer Video will be posted, hopefully tonight showing some in-game footage, as-well as the answer to one of the puzzles. (also the only way to get the zombies to start spawing.)
Take your time when playing. I'll also be adding Details that i previously missed after work today. so base any reviews off of gameplay and the finished visuals. (you'll know which are finished lol)
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