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The exploration, crafting and combat are all both very polished and deep in terms of what you can do, especially compared to other games in the genre. This makes the sandbox very fun to play in as you're never really stuck doing the same thing over and over. See More
As the player makes progress in the game by interacting with the environment, killing zombies or building things, they are rewarded with skill points that can be used to unlock new skills such as combat strength, higher stamina or new crafting options. But even though the skill system can seemingly make the game easier, the severity and size of the zombie hordes will keep increasing with the time spent in game and the progress made by the player, keeping them on the edge and making them feel a constant pressure that an attack may come at any time and that they should be prepared. See More
They Are Billions is a game about optimization and micromanagement, requiring optimal building placements, efficient resource management, and precise unit control, even on the easiest difficulty settings. It's sometimes hard to keep up with these three tasks, especially if you've just started out with TAB or if you're new to strategy games in general. As a result, it might feel frustrating and needlessly difficult until you get a hang of it. See More
While a post-apocalyptic world overrun by zombies isn't the most original game idea, the Victorian Era steampunk setting helps immensely to freshen it up. You get to witness the aftermath of a zombie apocalypse with a backdrop of Victorian Era architecture, brass structures, steam engines, and various steampunk gadgets. Even if you're already tired of killing zombies, seeing a gentleman with a top hat disintegrate zombies with a giant steam-powered robot is a new experience. See More
TAB is a mix of RTS gameplay, colony building, and tower defense elements where your main goal is to survive. You only have one building and a group of soldiers at first, so the key to success is gradually exploring the map, clearing out zombies, collecting resources, and constructing new buildings to expand your settlement. The main obstacle, however, are the increasingly large zombie hordes that occasionally try to invade your settlement. To prevent his, proper defenses and military might is a must, requiring you to properly balance your resources between expanding and training new soldiers. Even though it may seem difficult at first, you'll gradually improve, making it exciting to see how far you can get in each playthrough. See More
Surviving in the post-apocalyptic world of TAB isn't an easy task. You always need to cover every side of your settlement with soldiers, walls, or defense turrets. When your settlement grows larger, it becomes much harder to defend everything evenly. As a result, you might accidentally let one zombie slip through your defenses, setting off a chain reaction that infects your entire settlement. This thought always stays at the back of your head, keeping you on your toes throughout a playthrough. It's a quality seen only in a few other games, making it a very memorable experience. See More