Dead City – Make your choices carefully

[Game] Dead City – Text Adventure & Cyoa

Dead CityDead City : InteractiveZombie Chat Game (Text Adventure)

DEADCITY is an incredibly thrilling, interactive chat story which cannot be told without your help. For Sam, you are the only contact outside of the evacuated area. CanYOU save Sam?

Live up to the trust placed in you and guide Sam through the post-apocalyptic chat text adventure game in real-time. Make your choices carefully, as they will have severe consequences on the story of the game.

How to play the text based adventure

DEADCITY’s interface is based on a chat messenger app (similar to Telltale) representing your connection to Sam.
It is neither necessary to answer all messages immediately nor to have the game open permanently.You will be notified about new events even if the App is closed and you can decide yourself how things should be run.

Sam needs the help of a good friend. Without you Sam will not survive the next days !
Will you meet this challenge?

NEW updated 2019 edition!
NEW Completely free!
Interactive real-time chat text adventure game
Breathtaking story
Your decisions can change everything!
Several days of play time
Statistics: Learn about the decisions other players made at the end of each day*
Considered as a must buy for fans of Lifeline, Telltale and other chat text story games!

for this feature an internet connection is necessary

Dead City user reviews :

I really liked this game! You have a telephone text message conversation with a random stranger during a zombie apocalypse, choosing the text options you want next. It takes a couple of minutes each time, and you play for a couple of days. Emotional ending – well done, guys 🙂 One small addition – the reviews about the bad grammar and spelling mistakes … how would you do, writing texts in a zombie apocalypse? I don’t think you would do any better lol

What a creative game. I loved the texting aspect of it and that you could wait for replies as if it were actually happening in real time. The English translation was a little wonky, but it didn’t make the dialogue unreadable or anything. It just kind of made it sound unnatural/awkward. I kind of took it as English not being Sam’s first language, but then my responses were in awkward English too, so.. I also wish we could have said more to Sam. I felt like I was always being short with him.

I actually miss Sam. This is the first time that has happened playing a messenger game. Well done developers! Apart from a few grammar mistakes, I think it’s a very solid game. The ads were well paced, I felt. It was rewarding enough to watch one and get to skip a few breaks. I would love to see a sequel from these developers where we get to speak to Sam (good choice of gender neutral name by the way) again after the escape.

I really enjoyed the immersion this game granted, but at the same time I wish it went even deeper into realism. It’s a messenger app, so why won’t Sam send us some pictures? Everyone I text with sends me pictures of things they found etc. Sometimes the choices were nearly the same, but I would have replied differently. Especially in the very beginning and in the end I had the feeling I couldn’t really change the story at all. And it’s too short, sadly. Other than that? Really cool!

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