Dead Frontier

Added December 27, 2010  

Added Under BROWSER, SHOOTER | International | Live: October 15, 2010
Dead Frontier
GameTags: creaky corpse, instance-based, post-apocalyptic, zombie, horror, modern, isometric shooter

Info: Dead Frontier combines 3rd person survival horror action with more traditional role-playing elements to create a totally unique MMO experience. Players will need to have their wits about them as they struggle for survival in the decaying, zombie infested city of Fairview. If you’re a fan of zombie apocalypse books, movies or games then this is the MMORPG for you.

Key Features:
? Battle for survival against an army of infected zombies
? Explore a huge post-apocalyptic MMORPG world
? Wield over 100 real world weapons from melee to miniguns
? Pit your skills against other survivors in brutal PvP

Model: F2P
Status: Live [ October 15, 2010 ]
Subgenre: Isometric Shooter, Survival Horror

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Developer: Creaky Corpse
Publisher: Creaky Corpse
Version: International
Language: English
Platform(s): PC
System Requirements:

  • Specifications
  • Operating System
  • Processor
  • RAM
  • Hard Drive
  • Graphics Card
  • Minimum
  • Windows XP
  • P4 2.4 GHz or better
  • 1GB
  • 5GB
  • GeForce 6600 or better
  • Recommended
  • Windows XP/Vista/7
  • Pentium Dual Core or better
  • 2GB
  • 5GB
  • GeForce 8600 or better
    GD Star Rating


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    Dead Frontier, 4.2 out of 5 based on 50 ratings
    • :O!

      low playerbase..Other than that pretty good, a grind though.

    • Bacon

      You can thank me for getting this game on here ?

    • Zombie

      Liked it better when it was 2d, fun lobby, market prices were cheaper, and better map

    • ,,, ‘;.;’ ,,,

      Such an epic game, should be noted that Dead Frontier is still in its beta (or was) and is still being developed, New updates are seen every now and again…but who knows if it will ever be finished.

      The learning curve on this game is pretty steep, I don’t think I’ve ever seen a tutorial on anything, The more you play the easier it gets,
      The single player mode enable’s you play the game in a more stealth fashion, where you can explore the city and raid houses, cars, bins and many other things, with relative ease
      The multi-player is a truly different experience…since there is always someone out there gunning down the mass’s, you cant tie you’r shoe lace with out expending 100 rounds,

      Only real Problem I’ve found with the game is the bad sync, shot a Zombie and a few seconds after he might fall over…although there is no sync problems at all in single player,

      Daily mission are ok, but after so many cycles its a little repetitive, also the forums are defiantly a part of the game since clans an information is all in there,

      All in All I would say its a great indie game, imo 8/10, losing a point on the learning curve and bad multi-player sync,

    • Good Tim

      this is not a lenux game.