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No More Room in Hell is a great game that is both enjoyed and hated by many and I am here to tell you why.
What is this game about?
Basically, this game is about surviving in a zombie apocalypse. The game is made to be creepy and when you start to play, you could understand that it is one of those play in the dark games. This is a great game to play with friends concidering that many aspects of the game revolves around teamwork. Trust me, it is close to impossible to survive for long without a friend or two. It's pretty easy to host a server if you know how to port forward and servers can fit up to 16 people, so this makes thisgame a great co-op experience.
There are a lot of things I need to get through in this review so I will try to summarize it as best as possible. Let's start with zombies. There are 2 types of zombies. There are the normal slow walking zombies. These guys have a decent amount of health but can be killed easily with a good enough weapon. The other type of zombie is referred to as a runner. These are the most annoying pieces of ♥♥♥♥ that you will ever meet. Although they have low health, they run faster than you and when in groups, they can be deadly. There are also child zombies which is a rare spawn. I think these are the most annoying since they are all runners but their hitbox is smaller. As usual, the head is the most sensitive spot on a zombie's body. Zombie bites are what make this game classified as "hardcore". Basically, if you get bit, there is nothing you can do. You can never be cured and eventually turn into a zombie. The only thing that can help you is a special pill you can find in the map. The pill doesn't actually cure you, but it prolongs your life before you turn. If you are bit and die (from something else) you will turn into a zombie anyway. When you turn, you go into spectate mode. All players who turn become runners (this can be annoying, but a good prank too). Gun choices are fairly limited and you do not start with them. Ammo is limited. Your character is a preset and nobody is unique. There are 2 main types of game modes. Survival and objective. Survival is basically just waves of zombies and you need to defend yourself but keep your bases health up too. Objective is when there are no bases, zombies keep spawning, and the gaem gives you random objectives to follow and eventually you can win.
If you already read this far, congratulations! Now I will talk about the pros and cons.
- Small download
- Little to no lag even on low-end computers
- Can play on Mac
- Teamwork oriented
- Different roles (stay in base, go on runs for supplies, etc.)
- Up to 16 people can play at once
- Great game to play with friends
- Decent graphics (same engine as TF2)
- Few to no advertisements and micro-transactions (depends on server)
- Many maps to choose from (lots of community made ones)
- Suicide option
- Optional friendly-fire (for deathmatch style)
- Overall friendly community
- No tutorial, just plops you into the game
- You will die a lot when you are a noob
- Bites can be annoying if you can not find pills
- Too hard when played solo
- Can get repetitive if no gameplay changes are made
- Learning curve
- Bugs (as every game, but only few)
- No info on what icons mean
- Can be creepy (some can argue this is a good thing)
Overall, this is a great game to play with friends. It can get boring after a while but during the time I played it, I was always having a great time. My favourite thing to do was purposely get bit and follow my friend around. Then when I turn into a zombie, he doesn't see it coming and dies. Many things you can do in this game if you just be creative. I would rate this game a 7/10.
Quick Tip If you have a bad melee weapon, hit them in the head and quickly move back before they can grab you. Do this a couple times until they die and it makes an easy way to kill zombiesif you don't have good weapons yet.