Summary: Fort Zombie is difficult to describe. It is simultaneously one of the best zombie games ever made, and one of the worst. It captures all of the elements that you want in a zombie survival game better than almost every other zombie game available. It has the fort, the zombie traps, the survivors, the foraging for supplies and guns and ammo....it has everything. Everything, that is, except for a competent technical execution.
Summary: This game had so much potential and delivered on a lot of points. The controls were hard to get used to but once you learn it, you'll beat it so well. I've put way over 100 hours into this game and still haven't put it down. Melee is fantastic, the higher your skill, the more likely it is you'll hit, same with guns. You have to make a well balanced character and learn what to do. Avoid shooting zombie and use melee whenever possible.
Summary: This game is a bit buggy but boy is it challenging. You have to have a character build in mind and a starting plan to go before you even start. So it may take a few play-throughs before you have some idea where it's going. It's definitely the most challenging zombie survival game I have played, though it can be more due to somewhat broken game-play. If you're looking for a game with ease of access, try State of Decay.
Summary: This game has all the right ideas but it's completely unplayable. Everything about this game is awful, it has the right ideas but it's made really badly. The AI is awful they constantly walk into walls. The game has awful crash problems it's almost as if they designed the game to crash as much as possible. This game has the ideas but it is completely unplayable.
Summary: They teach you a bit, tell you a bit of a story, and start you off in a safe location (for a limited time). The first part, before you can save, is to run to the save zone and clear it out. Prison, police station, or school; depending on which one you picked.
Summary: Fort Zombie has great potential and I believe that with a little more effort on the designer's behalf, it could be turned into a functional game. At the moment it is ugly, unoptimized and painfully difficult to control. The game has been out for three years but it seems like the designers have abandoned it. Shame on Paradox for releasing a game in this state.
Summary: If you're one of those people who buy games based on the cover, then you won't like this game. If you look it up before you buy it, you still probably won't like it. This isn't your typical zombie game, and it has a very cartoon feel to it. If you're looking for a fast-paced, zombie-killing rampage, look somewhere else. This game is closer to an action RPG than a shooter. The graphics aren't great, and the game itself is very buggy.
Summary: its has really good gameplay, it just has alot of bugs. Most people can live with it but I think if they just patched up the game code and put it out on steam it would be succesful. I would for sure recomend getting it.