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Rebuild 3: Gangs of Deadsville (pc game)
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Aargh! Zombies!

With its mix of SimCity-style city building, tower defense, Master of Orion-style 4X and of course zombies, Rebuild 3 makes for an entertaining experience. Although originally a mobile game, it doesn't feel too hampered by its origins and actually includes an engaging narrative to go along with its fun strategy gameplay. The world has been overrun with zombies, so it's up to you to take control of the survivors and help them get through the apocalypse. This involves the usual mix of strategy-game elements, like building up defenses, managing resources, making use of survivors with unique skills, dealing with random events and worrying about rival forts which have their beady little eyes on your people and your resources. The game is presented in familiar isometric fashion, and told via humorous text popups and diaries, which shed a lot of light into the surprisingly detailed and touching relationships between the characters. Rebuild 3 certainly doesn't take itself too seriously, and provides a fun insight into the end of the world. Most of the gameplay elements will be familiar to anyone who's played such a game before, but there are a few interesting mechanics which help to keep things fresh. It's a pretty simple game to pick up, and while it may not offer much to the hardcore strategy fan, it's actually deep enough to keep most casual players hooked, with plenty of tactical challenge and much thought needed in order to succeed. The visuals are simple but charming, and while the campaign does get a little repetitive towards the end, it's a mostly enjoyable journey.

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