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Zombie survival RPG 'Dead Age' is now available DRM-free on GOG

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Silent Dreams and Headup have just recently put up their Zombie survival RPG, Dead Age, up on GOG so anyone can now grab this positively rated game DRM-free. Originally released back in 2016, GOG are a bit late on the uptake with this one but good things come to those who wait.

Survive the zombie apocalypse with turn-based combat and permanent death! Manage survivors, go on dangerous scavenging runs, build alliances, craft equipment, make difficult story-influencing decisions, defend your camp against undead hordes and experience non-linear rogue-lite elements. An innovative Indie Survival-RPG!
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I remember quite enjoying Dead Age when I played it a few years ago, it has a good mix of gameplay elements to keep you interested. Multiple endings, progression for your next run if you lose everyone plus each run through is different too thanks to randomised survivors and missions.

Now you can grab it from GOG.com, or as before on Humble Store and Steam.

In related news, Dead Age 2 is in active development and it will also be available on Linux as we confirmed in a previous article.

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2 comments

g000h 12 May
Yeah, I enjoyed it too. But as I already have it on Steam, it's unlikely I'll pick it up a second time on GOG.
stan 12 May
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I was going to buy it but this review https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OLQeJqxwmK0 says it needs a lot of perseverance so I’ll skip this one.
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