The Makers of Survivor Z & Zday Survival Simulator

Public Beta of ZDAY Writing tool released

Posted on Oct 2, 2014 in Blog, Events, Updates and News

Players can now write their own challenges using the zday writing tool.

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Horses: An old-fashioned mode of transportation comes to Survivor Z.

Posted on Apr 24, 2014 in Blog

Upcoming features in the dot release will include Horses, as well as new Animals that can benefit survivors in various way. The Horse will be valuable for obvious reasons, as they never need gas and can increase range when doing searches. The horses will be found in specific challenges, as well as in random searches. They are implemented in the same way as all vehicles, and must be in your load out in order to gain their benefit. Additional things to consider are Horses will require fresh water, which will tax your supply. But look at that face, how can you...

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Want to try writing a Survivor Z encounter? use Twine!

Posted on Apr 18, 2014 in Blog, Events, Updates and News

We have been working on our own authoring tool, but we aren’t moving along fast enough to try and support a beta release in the next month or so, but that’s OK, interactive fiction is making a comeback, and we like Twine!! With Twine, and open source app that works on Windows and Mac commuters, you can make your challenge and send it to us in an easy to read RTF or HTML format. Check it out and get started! Be sure to go to the player forums to get our style guide, writers guide, and a Twine sample file. twitter@twinethreads...

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What’s the star mean? It’s a notification!

Posted on Apr 17, 2014 in Blog, Updates and News

Make sure you enable notifications in Survivor Z.

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New Crafting recipes added to Survivor Z

Posted on Apr 11, 2014 in Blog

Survivor Z adds new crafting recipes, including some player suggestions.

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ZDay Survival Simulator gets new game engine and content!

Posted on Apr 9, 2014 in Blog

ZDay Survival Simulator gets a new game engine and expanded content for 2014!

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