Crainia Games has just soft-launched an asymmetrical survival horror game with an unusual title: A Way To Be Dead.
What is the specified way, anyway? In this game, it’s being chomped by the zombie doctor that’s out for your flesh. Trapped in his laboratory, the four survivors must fend off the indestructible doc and watch out for other dangers until the match ends. It sounds like any typical asymmetrical multiplayer game, but here’s the twist: if you become a zombie, you can keep playing and hunt down the rest of the survivors. The last remaining player who isn’t a zombie wins the match.
A Way to be Dead is an asymmetrical multiplayer (4 vs 1) horror game where a bewildered doctor is on the hunt for a group of victims who are just trying to escape. Players can take on the role of Dr. Riley, the victims or even the zombies, as the action unfolds in the same universe as Roots of Insanity, Crania Games previous game. As the frenetic multiplayer action ensures, as the player witnesses the events of Roots Of Insanity from an entirely new perspective.
The game takes place in the same universe as Crania’s previous game, Roots of Insanity. A Way To Be Dead is out now on Steam Early Access, for a price of $6.99.
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