The Walking Evil - survival horror from the 90s

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  1. patriot91t

    patriot91t New Member

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    The Walking Evil takes you to the great classic of the horror of the survival of the 90s, controlling the main character with a fixed camera system that enhances the feeling that you are incredible in a real horror movie.

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    Face many trials, puzzles and terrible enemies that will make you not waste bullets, hide or even run away from them.



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    An interesting detective story - there is nothing more beautiful than a famously twisted plot. A plot that keeps you in suspense from the first to the last minute.

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    Much attention is paid not only to the gameplay and plot, but also to such trifles as, for example:

    going out into the street in the rain the clothes of the protagonist and the skin will become wet, with zombie bites there will be bodily harm to the character, and much more.

    The project is being done by one person. The release is scheduled for March 6, 2020.

    A big request to add a game to the wishlist on the steam: «CLICK»

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    Minimum system requirements:

    64-bit processor and operating system required

    OS: Windows 7/8/10

    Processor: Intel CORE i5

    RAM: 8 GB RAM

    Video Card: Nvidia Geforce 820m Disk Space: 14 GB
     

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