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Map of the Dead

Map of the Dead

If you ever find yourself surrounded by zombies, make sure you have the Map of the Dead bookmarked for quick reference.

The zombie apocalypse survival map includes vital resources like gun stores, pawn shops, military locations, gas stations, hospitals, and cemeteries. It also highlights danger zones, and offers a few suggestions for where you’re most likely to survive.

[Map of the Dead]

…Left 4k Dead is an impressively small zombie shooter?

Left 4k Dead

Left 4k Dead is probably the best use of 4kb of Java code that I’ve ever seen!

The game is based on Valve’s Left 4 Dead, and plays surprisingly well for how small it is. You play as a small dot with a gun and a flashlight that must escape from an onslaught of zombies that are trying to kill you using only your wits (and your gun).

WASD keys move you around, and the mouse aims the flashlight and the gun, so the controls are rather intuitive. Plus, just like in the real game, the zombies and the powerups are randomly located inside of each level, so every time you play it’s a different game. The similarities between Left 4k Dead and Left 4 Dead don’t end there though, as you can still shoot after running out of ammo, only at half speed to simulate the pistols in the real game, and there are different types of zombies that all react differently to your presence as you walk around.

Beating a level means the game gets harder, but you also get more points for each zombie, so it’s a trade, and the goal for each level is to find the safe room which is outlined in red, so it’s a test of your survival skills as well as your shooting skills.

Are you ready?

[Left 4k Dead]

…It’s TGI Friday: Karoshi Suicide Salaryman?

Karoshi Suicide Salaryman

Karoshi (Japanese for “death by overwork”) Suicide Salaryman is definitely not your usual Flash game.

In this game many things are not what you’d expect and the goal of each level is counter-intuitive: you need to die.

There are 50 levels (and a boss fight at the end), and each level presents a new challenge. There will be several objects around you that you can use to get the job done, but their exact use won’t always be apparent. Plus, as the game progresses, it starts to break its own rules to keep things interesting.

Can you help your character to his ultimate demise, or will his survival signal your failure?

[Armor Games – Karoshi Suicide Salaryman]

[Via: Kotaku]

…It’s TGI Friday: Robokill: Titan Prime?

Robokill: Titan Prime

Robokill: Titan Prime isn’t a game for strategists that like to pick and prod their way through complicated levels filled with puzzles and mazes.

Robokill: Titan Prime is however a game for shoot ‘em up gamers that love to buy the biggest guns possible and blast their way through entire rooms full of baddies.

Done in top down style, and filled with fantastic level design, engaging enemy personalities, and RPGish weapon upgrades, Robokill: Titan Prime is guaranteed to keep you fighting for survival for hours at a time with guns ablazin’.

[Robokill: Titan Prime]

[Via: Rock, Paper, Shotgun]