Deadfall Zombie Survival Mod Released For Myth II
6:00 AM | Cord Kruse | 1 comment
Jon God has released Deadfall, a new zombie based cooperative survival plugin for the classic fantasy RTS, Myth II: Soulblighter. The mod is playable with up to 15 players, and pits them against nearly 400 AI controlled zombies. It features 15 maps, 15 unique game types, 8 classes, and higher resolution graphics
Without variety, is a plugin nothing? Deadfall is playable across 15 maps, with 6 unique gametypes and team/ffa variants.Check out Deadfall at the page linked below.
To add another layer to the gameplay, Deadfall is class based, and every round you can choose a class to suit your playing style, be it Rockets, or Medic, there are 8 classes to choose from, each unique with their own pros and cons.
If a player dies when fighting against zombies, he returns from the grave to kill his former team mates to score extra points, and keep them from getting any more points.
Levels range from urban sprawls to snowbound bases, and everything in between, get ready to fight on some of the most varied maps in on plugin. You'll find yourself fighting in quarries, deserts, small cities, harbors, and more!
Gametype wise, expect some interesting twists, with the normal zombie slaying infection, along with other gametypes including a FPS style deathmatch gametype, with multiple spawn points, and FPS style capture the flag.
Touching on classes, there are some of the more obligatory classes, such as the Medic, and Flamethrower classes, but along with them are more original classes, such as the Seeker, with his plasma launcher, and missiles. There is enough variety to make for some very interesting combinations of classes for co-op.
The cherry on top of the features is the high standard of graphical quality in this plugin, with nearly all sprites much higher resolution then normal Myth II sprites, and all 15 levels completely detail textured. Deadfall will be the prettiest Myth II 1.7 plugin released to date!
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