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Like the previous three games in the series, The Last Stand: Dead Zone is set during a zombie apocalypse, where survivors must fend off hordes of the undead to stay alive. In a marked departure from the other titles, however, Dead Zone is a mixture between a 3D isometric tactical RPG and a time-management social game. Here, the player creates their own survivor, the Leader, who can level up by gaining XP. The non-playable survivors are now controllable in gameplay, and can level up as well. The player must also maintain and expand their compound by gathering resources from missions and constructing new buildings... all to ensure they don't fall prey to the growing zombie hordes.

Games of the Month - May 2012

May 31, 2012

Is it just me, or is it getting hot in here. Oh, wait! That’s because it’s May! That’s right folks – spring has fully sprung, the temperatures are up, and summer weather is right around the corner. But while you’ve been outside playing in your garden, you’ve missed a ton of great games. How great? Really great. And if you don’t believe me, check out our picks for Games of the Month below!

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The Last Stand: Dead Zone Walkthrough

May 25, 2012

The Last Stand: Dead Zone is a Facebook game developed by Con Artist Games in which you try to survive the zombie apocalypse. Gamezebo’s The Last Stand: Dead Zone strategy guide and walkthrough will provide you with a quick start guide, tips and tricks, hints and cheats to help you come outlive the infected of The Last Stand: Dead Zone.

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The Last Stand: Dead Zone Review

May 17, 2012

The best thing I can say about The Last Stand: Dead Zone is that I was playing it at the very moment of Diablo III's long-anticipated release and found myself reluctant to stop. That's partly because there wasn't much point to trying to log in to Diablobecause of the server load, but also because ConArtist's fourth entry in their Last Stand series surprised me at every turn. It succeeds as both as a strategy game and a roleplaying game, and it's a gritty example of how to give aging social conventions new relevance. Perhaps most importantly, it's a game for people who doubt the legitimacy of Facebook as a gaming platform.

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