2015-08-26: title added to greenlight with the title of 'Eaten Alive'
2015-09-15: status changed from 'Waiting' to 'Greenlit'
2016-06-03: item has been marked as Incompatable
2016-06-04: item has been marked as Compatable
Eaten Alive is a Point and Click, Adventure, Horror game with Puzzle and Mystery game-play elements.
Take control of 'Mia' six years after the apocalypse began, the dead don't stay dead and the earth is in a permanent state of darkness.
- Explore downtown Boston and the surrounding areas six years after the apocalypse.
- Point and Click your way through multiple areas including - The city, abandoned buildings, parks, the cemetery, sewers and more.
- Survive by avoiding the undead and hiding in buildings or arm yourself with a chainsaw, shotgun, pistol or beat the undead into a second grave with the powerful giant d1ldo weapon.
- Find and help other survivors, loot them, kill them or just insult them, it's your choice!
- Find and collect records, use them at the jukebox and enjoy original music.
- Eaten Alive has an awesome original soundtrack composed by the super dude Felix Arifin.
- Join Jim Sterling in his apartment, play video games(mini-games) or just swing 3 foot d1ldos at each other.
- 3 awesome mini-games including:
- Turbo Squish - drive the Mustang and squish zombies while dodging obstacles.
- D1ldo Maze - Take control of Jim, play in a randomly generated maze, collect d1ldos and avoid the rats.
- Star Blaster - A classic vertical space alien shooter.
About the soundtrack!
The soundtrack for Eaten Alive features true, post-apocalyptic 8-bit hell. Blood-curdling synths will lead you from one alleyway to the next, and you will never truly know what's around the corner. If you're lucky, however, you might be able to find records that contain relics of music from a bygone age, inspired by classic horror genres and games.
This soundtrack was composed exclusively for Eaten Alive by Felix Arifin, check out his work here.
Please note, this game contains mature content that is inappropriate for children.