DayBreak is a zombie apocalypse survival game with an open world. Freethorn once was a lovely, friendly place. The children played at the playground or in the extensive forest around the town. The neighbors knew each other and tried to help where they could. However, a nuclear disaster occurred. As a result nearly everyone on the planet died.
There are only a few survivors left, who are struggling for their lives. But they're not the only remnants left on this planet. Some humans are mutated. Zombies. And they are hungry. Hungry for human meat! You are playing one of the survivors. You have to eat, drink and sleep. Food and water is rare. You have to wander around, sneak into the abandoned houses and always have to be careful. The zombies are everywhere!
Can you survive long enough to find fuel and a car? Long enough to deactivate the broken atomic reactor and safe the world? DayBreak has a story. Multiplayer is planned for the future. You can play it under Windows and Linux (soon).
DayBreak, a retro-looking Zombie 2D Top-Down Game. Are you ready to safe Freethorn?
We, Hule Studios, proudly announce the release of our first downloadable version of DayBreak!
If you were able to play the game before, the following changelog is interesting for you.
You can download the new version through the launcher by pressing the "Update" button.
If the game crashes on launch, try to change to windowed mode, ignore the error message(click continue) and relaunch the game.
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This is the launcher software for DayBreak. Use it to download and play DayBreak.
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