A downloadable A Horde Too Many for Windows

In a post-apocalyptic world, a group of survivors try to build a safe haven to call home. They must gather supplies, develop their base and carefully chose who to trust while surviving through never-ending hordes of zombies... Before one of those hordes becomes A Horde Too Many!

GAMEPLAY

Collect unique survivors and strategically pick your team of apocalypse-hardened characters to fight through the outstanding amount of living dead that are trying to get your brains for a snack. Keep your base camp safe and develop your defenses while growing a community of bad-asses that you can command into the constant fight for survival.

Explore the wastelands in search of supplies and face the unexpected dangers of the post-apocalyptic world of A Horde Too Many in a combination of Tower Defense and Survival RPG elements.

UPCOMING FEATURES

  • COLLECT dozens of characters with unique weapons and skills
  • DEFEND your base against never-ending hordes of undead threats
  • EXPLORE the vast wastelands through several deadly environments
  • UPGRADE your defenses and expand your camp by spending supplies
  • MANAGE your resources and decide who gets to live another day
  • TEAM UP and face dangerous missions controlling four survivors at once
  • SURVIVE through the daily challenges of a post-apocalyptic world
  • CHALLENGE yourself in a time-trial competitive action survival mode


WE ARE GREENLIT!
Thank you so much for the support! Here's our Greenlight page:
http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=801005685

Let us know if you try our game!

More information

Published14 days ago
StatusIn development
PlatformsWindows
Rating
(1)
AuthorAHordeTooMany
GenreRole Playing
Tags2D, 3D, Action-Adventure, Action RPG, Co-op, Management, Post-apocalyptic, Survival, Tower Defense, Zombies
Player countSingleplayer

Download

Download
A Horde Too Many 0.4.2.zip (122 MB)

Comments

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Hey!

I just wrote some stuff about the game on its gamejolt page. But I wanted to say some more stuff :D

I found out a curious thing while playing the game. If you press spacebar, you're able to speed the game up as like you can playing old Gameboy games on PC using an emulator. What's that mechanic for?

The game's really fun! I can't wait to see the more fleshed out version of it with more options! Good luck with its development and Greenlight! :D

I made a video on this game if someone wants to see some real life reactions to it here: