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Zombie Society - Death After Death 1/3

Lori.hThe second chapter to this thrilling mystery has finally risen from its grave. Zombie Society - Death After Death 2/3, Franceso Del'anna Muja's interactive comic, has come with a few answers and a lot more mystery. In the last adventure Detective Margh and his sidekick Ghvnn are investigating a massive breakout and missing Brains at his friends, Acka. Being a zombie society losing your supply of humans and their fresh head organs is a pretty big deal, but the deeper Margh looks into it the deeper the mysteries go and it may soon be that our detective is going to be in way over his head. Follow along the story at your own pace by clicking on the panels and choosing Margh's response to alter how the story goes. Click on the magnifying glasses when they appear so you don't miss out on any necessary clues. You'll need all the help you can get to figure out just what is going on in your once peaceful undead community.

There are quite a few times where you can speak up for Detective Margh, but the impact of these decisions aren't very clear. Occasionally you get an award that gives you a hint something significant happened, but other than that it's not easy to see what is the "right" answer. This is great as it has you playing by what you want to say or do and not letting you carry a bias of "well, this will probably get the me better ending". If you don't play the first game the choices are set to default. But it never really says what these default choices are, which is a little problematic if you are wanting to see what the effects of the choices are. Other than that slight oversight by the developer Zombie Society- Death after Death part 2 is still as enjoyable as the first one with its cheesy fun humor and more questions arising up for you to solve. It also now has a skip button so you can replay and jump to the decision making parts to try and get all of the medals. Though a lot happens in this chapter it still feels shorter than the first and certainly leaves us on our toes for the next and final installment.

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