About This GameYou are alone. Except for the zombies! But there are guns and some ammo. You can fight, but there is No Way Out of this city infested with hideous creatures that will chase you to the end!
In this game the goal is to resist and seek an unlikely exit.
But your concerns are not limited only to the ravenous zombies that chase after you, because to stay alive you need to find food and you’re hungry, but unlike the enemies that come in droves all food is scarce and hard to find!
- OS: Windows 7
- Processor: Intel Core i5-4460 ou AMD FX 4300 or higher
- Memory: 6 GB RAM
- Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 / AMD Radeon HD 7800 Series with 2 GB VRAM
- DirectX: Version 11
- Storage: 2 GB available space
Early Access Watcher Public Service Announcement
Game: No Way Out
Update Version: Initial Release
Disclosure: This game copy was bought by the reviewer.
Gameplay Footage: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=LY9JgqaPZ94
I am going to just go out and say it: this is not ready for Early Access. I have seen worse running games (not surprising since the world itself is pretty empty), but what is available is flawed in more ways than one. Unfinished landscapes can be seen by the missing edges of rock formations and flooring, lighting is unavailable in certain buildings that are crucial towards progression, the gameplay is hampered by enemies and items randomly falling from the sky, and above all else the first mission holds a key behind a door that cannot be opened once retrieved. Plenty of other issues exist: rifle doesn’t equip when toggled even though the player has ammunition, items do not spawn in the second city portion as they do in the first, there is barely any ambient sound outside extensive running and gun fire, enemy attack animations reset whenever the player moves so they just rub up against you and there is no background music for the main menu or the game world.
Main concepts regarding gameplay involve collecting keys to increase security level to access areas with items, using the scarce supply of bullets to headshot zombies (who shamble around unless you get within five feet of them) and collecting food to prevent hunger. Special keys also need to be gathering which require farming 90-100 keys to access the bronze, silver and gold key. The experience is boring, monotonous and irritating due to the footstep sound effect accompanied by silence and the occasional gun shot. This tech segment needs a lot of work just to reach Greenlight readiness levels and is nowhere near acceptable at the current asking price. I wish the developers the best, but I would suggest anyone interested in this to avoid it until some serious changes are made to the core structure and the menus (please change the font to something easier to read).
This has been a EAW PSA.
Edit 1: I went back and played the very beginning to try and locate the flashlight. It is hidden in the very far courner of the starting area. For something as crucial as this item, I recommend placing some directional assistance.
The game is too short and it’s not worth it for it’s price. Some sentences are spelled horribly wrong. The sound effects and the graphics are bad there’s no music and you can’t do almost anything rather than jump ,walk, find keys, open doors, and sometimes you might find a Pistol and a Zombie in a room which are placed there to make the game look better I guess. Every single room is a square withh just corners and there is even untextured walls and floors. The game is fully released though so it would make no sense to do something like that. The death animation is bad the walk animation the jump animation. Everything pretty much.
My opinion is this game is not worth it’s price and not worth to buy. I didn’t like the game at all.
Many bugs, animation issues and stock assets. I can easily look over those and was into the gameplay for a few minutes until I found out the entirety of the game is find x amount of keys to open a door, then walk to the next door and do the same thing.
I’d say this game has a decent base. They’ve got locational damage for enemies and a big world.
Sadly there just isn’t any gameplay or feeling like I want to find another hundred keys to unlock a few doors. Add in some compelling gameplay and I’ll come back.
Feel free to check out my video for more impressions:
STEAM EA: learn how to make a game and get payed for it.
game was made with stock assets for unity and has no in game story. game consists of 2 levels (4 more "coming soon") with 6 parts each, that last less than 30sec to complete each part or to die trying. you find keys laying about or on the zombie you find skittering about to unlock doors to move on to do the same. you have no melee and can only kill the levels zombie when you find the gun and no it will not carry over to the next board. zombies also causes shutter and lag, maybe its the girl freaking out but i bet its not intended. you’ll die mostly do to things not there as the zombie isn’t a threat even without a weapon. things like gas or being "detected" by the red lights. the game will not even tell you you’re getting hit if you don’t look at the hp bar. that’s right no red flash, no sound cue, nothing. this "game" is empty, bland, and boring.
this game reminds me of a game my friend made to learn programing. his game consisted of 2 levels and you would never make it to level 2 because after every step you had a 50% chance of catching a fatal disease. i had more fun testing that game.
not fun. seriously not fun. Oh and the title No way out mneans.. No escape button to get out of the game :/
Don’t buy it , it’s like one of google play’s crappy games. I was expecting something but i’m disappointed. there is no mission, no storyline, only a girl collecting keys while running away from zombies. jump doesn’t work properly, there are no parkour elements, Also there are two guns( i think. haven’t finish the game since i’m out of patience) you can use with very limited ammo. Aiming is sh*t.Doesn’t give that feeling.. 3/10
I see a potential, but with unreal engine 4 and paid assets? no..
If you’re serious then shut this project off, do something better , find yourself a people to work together, and start new projects. No way out may became a great game in the future but not today ..
Okay so i was actually gonna give this game a try just because why not. First of all, i died because i had no food/water and i couldn’t find any either, i was in the middle of the city but there was litteraly nothing.
Second of all the game has no waypoints or anything about what you’re supposed to do so there was not really anything to go for. I needed a tier 3 key to get past a door and that was the only way out of the starting point, the problem was that there only was 1 key. One key = Tier 1 Key 2 keys = Tier 2 key.
So i just went up to a wall like the good old skyrim days and went outside the map, and therefor making my way to the city.
This game has unclear controls, terrible gameplay, and its all prely put together. Even on sale it isn’t worth 49 cents and DEFINITELY not 5 bucks! Save your money, this game is terrible at the moment.
This game is fundamentally broken in just about every possible way.
It’s horrible. Trust me. It’s horrible.