Yet Another ZombieDefense is a survival game that is all about fighting against hordes of zombies while defending yourself at night. To do this you will need to up your arsenal in weapons and build your defenses to keep the hordes from tearing into your flesh.
Survival Tactics: Build fences to maximum strength, set-up turrets, fully load weapons, and unleash them upon the surrounding zombies trying to get in. OVERKILL’S The Walking Dead is a grimy and adventurous zombie apocalypse survival game with every possible turn of events.
Based on the thrilling AMC TV show, jump into this action-packed shooter set in Washington D.C. after a deadly outbreak has brought the dead back our world. Your goal: Survive the onslaught of crowding zombies and human enemies lurking all over.
Lock and load with single player or multiplayer and secure your base, gather supplies, and keep the zombies out as best you can! Project Zombie is an RPG thrilling indie survival game.
This is My House: When the zombies come knocking, you give them a few bashes to show them to not trespass again. Last Hope- Tower Defense is an open world survival game that faces off with hordes of zombies.
To prevent your safe zone from being overrun by zombies you have to build your towers. Use your tactical skills to eliminate the oncoming threats with eight special heroes and their abilities.
Call in airstrikes, set up turrets, throw grenades, and more in this tactical stand-off against zombies. Under Fire: To cover all sides, it’s best to spread your forces out to avoid major failure.
Combo Buster Rising is a classic remastered shooter against zombies. These zombies are arriving in thousands, and it’s going to take a whole like bullets to put them down.
Winter Challenge: The cold doesn’t seem to be a problem, but these zombies are. VERSUS SQUAD is a fast pace attack with guns and fortitude that help against oncoming zombies.
To combat this threat, you’ll have set up defenses, load your weapons, upgraded your character, and kick some zombie booty. Your mission is to survive until you finally give in to the hordes of zombies.
7 Days to Die is an open world survival game built on decisions and choices the player must make. Fight the Horde: When all else fails, have a trusty knife ready.
We have the harrowing moral quandaries posed by The Walking Dead, the high-octane FPS action of Black Ops 3, and the traumatizing horror of Resident Evil. You are offered a sidelong view of the black-and-white action and given ways to influence it, guiding your unthinking chargers over the booby traps they would otherwise fall blindly into.
Where most zombie games are about hitting the dead with something weighty before moving onto heavier artillery, Zombie is about avoidance, careful management, and slow-burn strategy. Seeing as we’re still no closer to a Left 4 Dead 3 release date, a new game that rigidly follows the formula of co-op zombie slaying that the L4D series popularized will have to suffice.
World War Z doesn’t offer anything revolutionary of its own to that formula, but it’s still heaps of fun when playing through its gauntlet-style campaign missions with friends, upgrading your kit over time, and watching rotting corpses explode under heavy machine gun fire. Despite an arguable abuse of the concept of Early Access stretching backer patience to breaking point, there is more than enough to standalone Day to remind you why the mod garnered all that goodwill.
You might have been scared out of your wits by Resident Evil 7 in VR, or found yourself repeatedly returning to the action-packed classic that is Rest 4, but you will still find plenty of frights in the game where it all started. Trapped in the famously labyrinthine Spencer Mansion, as Chris Redfield or Jill Valentine, ravenous zombies and dangerous mutations lie behind every corner in Resident Evil, often obscured or blocked by inventive environmental puzzles.
Fixed camera angles intensify the sensation of claustrophobia and your limited inventory keeps you feeling vulnerable. These are the most horrifying undead shufflers the series has produced so far, with each one’s warped, bloody face telling a story of how they got infected.
Alternatively, you can go for the limbs: a couple of pistol shots is enough to snap off an ankle, making them a lot less mobile and allowing you to carefully skirt around them. Scuff a shot, and it will still tear a chunk of flesh off your target, adding some gory gravitas to every spent cartridge.
If you’re looking for story then you’ll be best served by the original State of Decay, however, the sequel does an admirable job of fleshing out the systems of the first game to make for a more satisfying open-world survival experience. You will pick a protagonist from your community of survivors and take them out into the wild to find the necessary food, fuel, or drugs to keep the rest alive.
Then Dying Light takes that cloth, stuffs it into a bottle, sets it on fire, and hurls it from a great height into a pack of undead. For best results, ignore the more repetitive missions and take to the rooftops of Harlan, built with vertical meandering in mind.
With a story penned by the legendary Chris Alone, the narrative complexity promised by Dying Light 2’s factions system is exciting. Organ Trail tasks you with guiding a station wagon of survivors on a journey out west and like all zombie survival games your primary concerns are keeping a good stock of food, medicine, and ammo, not to mention avoiding roaming packs of flesh-eating undead.
While some post-apocalyptic scenarios default to a familiar version of zombie Odom we have long been desensitized to, Left 4 Dead 2 presents a world in which normality is all too recent. Though cities have emptied out after waves of evacuations, humanity feels close enough to touch thanks to the messages scrawled on the walls of safe houses.
There is a tendency to disarm you with humor and half an hour of respite before swiping cruelly at the characters you have come to care about in a way that only the best adventure games on PC can. From your top-down perspective you call in rescue helicopters, direct sniper teams, and make monstrous sacrifices to achieve your goal.
The game goes hard on the camp, gratuitous fun of guiltless gore, and the testicle-busting X-Ray kill cam makes sniping your foes as satisfying as mashing them with a hammer. After all, these are not only undead abominations, but also Nazis; even the gentlest pacifist can enjoy blowing them up like a barrel of melons and watching the juices fly.
You can even modify and upgrade your guns to shoot flames or spew out lightning, and create a custom skill build to mow down the zombies with brutal efficiency. Whether you’re all about trying to rebuild society against constant waves of shufflers with your fellow survivors, or you just want to run as fast as you can away from the undead, there’s a zombie game here for you.
If you’ve finished up all of these then be sure to check out our thoughts on the Dying Light: Bad Blood battle royale or read our State of Decay 2 PC review to find out why we chose the original for this list.