The Dead Linger is a real ringer - destructoid

The Dead Linger is a real ringer

5:45 PM on 06.14.2013

Open-world sandbox zombie survivalism

I'm pretty sure that everyone who plays games has an idea of their perfect zombie game. Mine has always been about fortifying an area and living in terror of the undead. Fortunately Geoff Keene and his team from Sandswept Studios are there to fulfill my fantasies.

The Dead Linger is an open-world sandbox game in which every object can be manipulated. This means that when you pick up boards you can nail them over windows, construct shelves, or build a treehouse. That's right, you can build treehouses to fight off zombies and the game is only in alpha.

Stoked yet? I thought so. Check out the video to sneak in on my conversation with Geoff.


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