Into the Dead: Our Darkest Days
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Into the Dead: Our Darkest Days - Dark zombie horror

With Into the Dead: Our Darkest Days, the development team not only wants to offer players an exciting survival thriller, but also explore the human abyss. This is why the survival elements are combined with social game mechanics.

Into the Dead: Our Darkest Days is a PC spin-off of the popular mobile games Into the Dead and Into the Dead 2. These auto-runner games are played from a first-person perspective. The character moves forward automatically and is guided through a world populated by zombies. Players must try to avoid the creatures for as long as possible. The further they get, the more "obstacles" there are in their way. Along the way, players can also collect weapons to clear the zombies out of the way.

The simple but effective Zombie horror game from developer PikPok won over players and critics with great graphics for a mobile game, varied action and a dark atmosphere. Now the studio is going one step further with Into the Dead: Our Darkest Days. The simple auto-runner becomes a side-scroller that combines various game elements. And it's no longer just about surviving yourself. Instead, players encounter other Survivors and have to help them.

Into the Dead: Our Darkest Days
It's a story that really packs a punch: "Our Darkest Days" is the program here and exposes human abysses.

Zombie apocalypse is different in "Into the Dead: Our Darkest Days": run, fight, help

Into the Dead: Our Darkest Days is set in 1980 in the fictional city of Walton City in the American state of Texas. The huge metropolis is in an economic crisis and is also suffering from a heatwave when another disaster strikes: all of a sudden, the city is overrun by a horde of zombies, a large part of the population dies within a very short time and also turns into undead monsters. The few survivors have only one chance. They must escape the city walls unharmed in order to reach a safe zone.

Once the players have encountered a few survivors, the PC game develops from PikPok a shelter survival game. The players have to find shelters for the survivors and barricade them to provide short-term protection from the zombies. Several such "safe houses" can be built at the same time. To do this, players must search the city for resources and useful items. Of course, they also have to find or make weapons to fend off zombie attacks. The more time passes, the more difficult it becomes to search certain areas of the city for useful materials, as more and more zombies are running around.

Into the Dead: Our Darkest Days
It's getting dangerous. Either the zombies catch you or you clear them out of the way with targeted blows.

The pitfalls of morality: when survival is all that counts

With Into the Dead: Our Darkest Days, the development team not only wants to offer players an exciting survival thriller, but also explore the human abyss. This is why the survival elements are combined with social game mechanics. The players not only have to protect the survivors. They also need support in dealing with the physical and psychological consequences of the zombie pandemic. Players are quickly faced with the The challenge to feed a group of people, take care of their worries and stop them from going crazy and endangering everyone.

According to the development team, how players deal with these challenges is up to them. They can try to equip several survivors with weapons so that attacks can be better fended off. Or they can play their way to the Autocrat and control the others. At the latest when it comes to the question of who has to be left behind to guarantee the survival of the others, players will reach the limits of their own emotional resilience.

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