Endzone: A World Apart
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Endzone: A World Apart shows a much more conventional post-apocalyptic world than Frostpunk, and is also a much more conventional game.
Endzone: A World Apart is a carbon copy of Banished, both for better and for worse.
Endzone is a polished title that has no bugs or any technical issues. It is an interesting game for fans of city builders looking for a new challenge (and a high difficulty level). Unfortunately, after building a complete settlement, the gameplay became pointless because of irritating (and ultimately boring) micro-management.
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Interesting post-apocalyptic survival city builder, however without story and after few completed scenarios it is eventless.
Review in Slovak | Read full review
Endzone: A World Apart doesn't offer anything new that hasn't been seen already in terms of management gameplay. If I wanted to describe it quickly, it's an apocalyptic-themed Banished. And this is not bad either. If we overcome some design flaws and a possible lack of variety, we have a title with a remarkable base that can offer us many hours of play.
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