Tequila Zombies 3
|29 марта 2017 г.
- OS: Windows XP
- Processor: Dual Core
- Memory: 1 GB RAM
- Graphics: OpenGL 3.0 compliant with 512MB of video RAM.
- Storage: 250 MB available space
- OS: Windows 7
- Processor: Dual Core
- Memory: 2 GB RAM
- Graphics: OpenGL 3.0 compliant with 1GB of video RAM.
- Storage: 500 MB available space
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Once in Mexico near the US border, Miguel visited a bar where he wanted to spend a night drinking booze and hanging out with girls. But with the sunset all the people in the bar turned into zombies. After a great bloody party, Miguel left the bar with a hot chick... that turned into vampire and tried to kill him. Miguel managed to survive with the help from Jaqueline - a Mexican cop girl. Jaqueline told Miguel that Mexico is taken over by zombies so they decided to move to US on a copter. This is where Tequila Zombies 3 story begins.
Jaqueline and Miguel meet an unusual ally and this band of three fights their way through the hordes of zombies, vampires and demons to get one thing… The thing you can die for!
- Bloody massacre
- Famous zombies
- Three heroes with unique super-powers
- Tons of weapons
- Vampire Hunters magazine with hot undead chicks
- Cut scenes and story
Reviews about the game
This game is just so-so. There is some fun to be had but a lot of annoyances too. I loved Tequila Zombies 2. It seems like with Tequila Zombies 3, the developers took away stuff that was good in #2 and introduced new mechanics that are really quite annoying. First, there are no waves. Each stage has some checkpoints, but there is no clear visibility of how far you are from completing the stage. Second, there is the reload mechanic which is really quite annoying. Tequila Zombies 2 had a better "flow" to it. In #3 you keep having to reload, which is a few seconds pause in the action. Third, the super power or whatever it's called. I only tried with Miguel so I can't say for the other characters. The super power itself is great, but every time you use it (and you get enough tequila to use it quite often), it initiates some 6-7 seconds of animation during which the gameplay stops. The animation is cool but after a couple of times you get tired of it and wish the game continue already. Fourth, the game is not as responsive to controls as I would expect. I have a high-end machine, but the game doesn't feel so smooth. I'm not sure it's a regression from #2, and it's probably Flash' fault, but I expected a bit more from a game on Steam, despite its Flashy heritage. Fifth, there are cut scenes at the ends of stages which I believe cannot be skipped (maybe about one minute per scene). Sixth, there is no support for controllers. For me, this kind of game is about smooth action. All of the pauses introduced by the mechanics mentioned above pretty much ruin it for me.
I hope the production team will bring Tequila Zombies 2 to Steam as well
This game could be amazing. But it's so messed up with bugs and glitches. Sad to say this game sucks because it's no stable at all. This game needs a update for sure.
It's a bit rude to charge money for a game one's written in the freebie version of Unity. Gameplay lags constantly no matter what your system specs, even if you turn the sound off. Granted, the browser versions of Tequila Zombie also lag in a similar fashion, but they're free. TQ3 plays like the developers just said "sod it, that'll do". It's overpriced even at 50% off.
It seems there is a memory leaking, just like many other IriySoft games. Their games usually have a fine quality, and I wouldn't mind too much about a little memory problem IF I'm playing it on kongregate or armorgames. However, when they sell their games on steam, they should really put some efforts on optimization, otherwise people won't buy it even if it has some decent gameplay.
ъ это самое как его да