Developer: Atelier 801
Genres: MMO, Survival
In order to survive, you need to work together to explore what is left of the world after the zombie apocalypse, monitor your health and food, scavenge for resources, and craft as many life-saving supplies as possible.
PLAY WITH THOUSANDS OF OTHER PLAYERS AND HELP EACH OTHER
Dead Maze is a massively multiplayer cooperative game, where you can only help the other players to access to a better future. Cooperate to restore civilization, improve your own camp, and unveil the dark narrative of the apocalypse.
PICK ANYTHING TO FIGHT HORDES TOGETHER
Scavenge the world for any of the 500+ potential weapons in the game (yes, even that old teddy bear will do), and fight the hordes of infected together in a hit and run way. Don't engage bigger than you can chew!
MANAGE YOUR HUNGER, THIRST AND FATIGUE
Scavenging the world is pretty tiring. You do not deplete your jauges as time goes by, but depending on the amount of actions you choose to make in the game, allowing for better control over your health without sacrificing chatting with your fellow survivor friends.
BUILD YOUR OWN CAMP AND FURNITURE
Establish your camp and build and furnish your own home as you wish. Plant seeds and tend to your vegetable gardens or breed animals to gain access to extra food sources such as milk and eggs.
Dead Maze: Out now on Steam!
Dead Maze Gameplay - Craft and Combat
Dead Maze Gameplay - Tutorial
The graphics are cool but the gameplay is way to casual. Overall there aren't enough challenges to keep the game interesting for a long period of time. Though it's free, so you could give it a try if you're searching for a top down zombie MMO.
Review in German | Read full review
In short, we are faced with a game that shines light on excellent ideas, focusing on cooperation and storytelling, with nice graphics and engaging environments. On the other hand, however, we have not too varied missions and a not too marked progression. However, we are faced with an interesting game that poses excellent bases and assumptions for nothing evil!
Review in Italian | Read full review