Don't Touch The Zombies - Multiplayer (Mobile + Desktop)

Discussion in 'Feedback Requests' started by Tlakali, Nov 15, 2017.

  1. Tlakali

    Tlakali New Member

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    Don't Touch The Zombies

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    System Requirements:
    • Desktop version: OSX, Win, Linux medium specs
    • Mobile version: iOS/Android medium specs device
    Feedback Details:
    This year we released "Don't Touch The Zombies", a crazy multiplayer experience. And now we are working on several updates, but we really want to hear from the gamers what they would like to see as a future update. Something like new game modes, dynamics, scenarios, characters, weapons ... or anything you have in mind about this gameplay.
    Remember, mobile players can play against desktop players over the same network. (Mobile version is free)

    Known Issues:
    Steam online multiplayer is working but as a beta version (we are working on it)

    Feel free to contact us on our social networks.
    http://tlakali.com/dont-touch-the-zombies/
    https://www.facebook.com/tlakali
    https://twitter.com/tlakali
    https://www.youtube.com/user/TlakaliGameStudio
     
  2. zizulot

    zizulot New Member

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    I would suggest single player content
     
  3. Tlakali

    Tlakali New Member

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    Thanks for your feedback! ... you are right, we are working on new content more suitable for single player.
    One option (which is my favorite) is adding boss fights.
     

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