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Not Recommended
0.0 hrs last two weeks / 3.5 hrs on record
Posted: Jun 20, 2017 @ 12:04am
Updated: Dec 19, 2017 @ 6:49am

Well, here you have it folks; the achievement apocalypse, the end of the achievement world, the death of achievements and hunters alike. Although the developer says that Zen vs Zombie (Achievement Hunter) is a "real game" and meant for more than just mediocre, grotesque farming of meaningless internet points, it's obvious what the true intended purpose of this game is. It even boasts in the Steam store image, where the word "achievment" is misspelled by the way, "10000 achievment".

You may be asking yourself, how do you unlock these achievements exactly? Simple! Just open the game and let it sit there. Nevermind playing the 5 subpar levels that look and function like a Newgrounds Flash-styled game that would be Blammed immediately, there's nothing related to doing that because that would make sense. Zen vs Zombie itself is a generic, run-of-the-mill 2D sidescrolling shooter where you have unlimited ammo and a useless health bar. Why is it useless? Well, because even if you run out of health, you just restart from a checkpoint or the beginning of the level and none of your progress is deleted. So you just run to the right, collect useless coins, shoot useless zombies with useless infinite ammo, while unlocking 10,361 useless achievements.

If you're thinking about buying Zen vs Zombie (Achievement Hunter) to unlock achievements and then refund, think again. It's going to take well over 2 hours to unlock all of them, since roughly 3,000 unlock per hour. The game itself lasts about 10-15 minutes, depending on your luck with the last level. Did I mention it also doesn't have a rebind option for the controls? For some reason, the developer thought it was a good idea to have a combination of WSAD to move and R to shoot; given that you're mostly running to the right all the time, it makes as much sense as the Chewbacca defense.

Rating: 0.0/5.0 - WARNING. Scam developer. Abandon all hope, ye who enter.
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