Nearly Dead is a 2D open world survival video game. It’s about your struggle trying to survive from a brutal situation where demons from a different dimension have turned most of mankind into zombies and inhuman things.
You are going to face this apocalypse and make it through a rough time by any means, or you will end up being one of ‘them’. Speaking of method, it‘s not always necessary to mash zombies’ heads. You have to assemble other survivors, establish a settlement, build an apocalypse truck and prepare various supplies for further plans to survive.
The battle takes place in real time. And sometimes the limbs are cut off. If you bleed, the blood will naturally get on the wall, and also make a puddle of it on the floor. Sometimes it can overflow. It’s all embodied in the game.
ND implements the ‘line of sight system’ and ‘visibility mechanics’, so you’ll have to look around often to see who’s behind you, and be wary of who’s beyond the corner of the aisle.
You should be really careful when you try to get home on a dark night.
ND can only control one player character in the early access version, but will also add NPC companions. NPC companions will be made to run on AI through multi-threading. So you will fight against many enemies with your NPC companions.
And you will have to deal with a variety of enemies. Zombies are the main force now, but different living creatures like the devil will be added.
The main character of the game doesn’t have to be human. In ND, an anthropomorphic creature can be a main character or a companion. Wait! Do they have to be humanoid?
In fact, ND plans to be designed to give you the ability to play as other living creatures like horses, cows, and mice.
Helmet, armor, gloves, shoes, belt. There should be no restrictions on wearing only one piece of equipment in each body part. So, ND is designed to let you wear a variety of equipment.