What is there to say really? I wouldn't consider this a guilty pleasure, but a massive addiction! I can't believe combos could go on for so long that I hit a few proxy bombs and laid my game with pretty much everything, and after a long shower, my 30,000,000 combo was just ending.
A great game to kill time!
Gotta love it!
I must say, I have no real complaints! Granted, a few nitpicks, but really, there's nothing here I don't love. The entire game just has an interesting flow to it. The storyline isn't cheesy at all, and feels like a zombie movie you definetely wouldn't see be explored upon. Nothing seems too cliche, and it keeps itself in check the whole way through, still providing an intense atmosphere. The music itself impacts that atmosphere as well, as it just flows very well with the game.
I also love the elements implemented in the game, such as building up your car and just the general gameplay. I don't have much to say, because it is astonishingly detailed with so many options in quality, background options, and modes. You really out-did yourself, that's for sure! And the art just makes things twice as creepy when it comes to the zombies, and brings some cartoony, though realistic feel into the art.
On the other hand, voice acting. I must say, I liked it. Didn't love it, but I liked. I'd say the real winners in terms of voice acting would be Druox and Tomamoto, as they provided some of the more convincing roles and really, I didn't see much flaws. Though, it IS strange to see Druox doing something that isn't comedy, but it's damn good to hear him otherwise.
As for Xalxie, this is the first time I've ever heard him, and I thought he pulled off some of his acting in a convincing manner, but I just didn't FEEL the voice too much. It just sounded like he was forcing emotion. As for Sapphire, I know you can do a lot better. I felt like you could've been a lot louder when it came to those "oh shit" moments, and it just felt like you were holding yourself back and trying to stay cool. I know you can do a lot better, Sapphire, and I thought your performance was decent at first, but I grew onto it. (:
Really, this whole game has so much detail and shows to have had a bunch of care put into it. The gameplay, options, modes, art, everything. Absolutely golden and it surely is going to be written down as one of my favorite flash games!
To all the crew: fucking spectacular jobs!
Well, you already know my opinion on the matters, but I might as say again: that was fucking awesome. Considering this is one of the first times I've heard you mix audio exclusively, I'm incredibly pleased. Everything just flowed together and felt like a natural city transitioning into a hotel. You added as much detail as you could to the audio and it really showed itself off in a spectacular way. I can't stress how impressed I am.
On the other hand, you expressed a perfectly sly, soft-spoken innkeeper! I honestly felt chills going up my spine listening to the voice, you truly expressed that mysterious aura. Not to mention, the maniacal episodes the innkeeper had were emoted without flaw. I could really feel the emotion, man. Spectacular job.
As for myself, I had a lot of fun recording for this and it's great to finally expand on my range. Not to mention, I've never yelled like the way I did for this in a long time for a production. I feel like I did a pleasant job as well, and I'm heavily satisfied with the end result all around. Just spectacular, man. I hope you will be able to write a full version eventually, I'm totally up for it. (:
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