Death Road to Canada
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About this game
Developer: Rocketcat Games
Content Rating: Mature
Death Road to Canada is a Randomly Generated Road Trip Action-RPG. You have to manage a car full of jerks as they explore cities, find weird people, and face up to 500 zombies at once. Everything's randomized: locations, events, survivor personalities. There's a different story every time you play.
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I had a lot of fun with Death Road to Canada. The title can really sink its zombie teeth into you, inviting you to do just one more playthrough before calling it quits. Everything about the package comes together well. Even though the developers could have taken shortcuts and brushed issues aside as nostalgia for The Oregon Trail, they instead gave us a game that invokes that nostalgia while improving upon the old formula.
Despite being two years since its original release on PC, Death Road to Canada is still as brilliant as ever. It's a fun, challenging, quirky road trip simulator full of more zombies than you can shake a spiky stick at. Despite a few minor niggles, Death Road to Canada has me hooked; I'm going back for more at least once a day for a few hours at a time. One of these days, I’ll do my Floridian adopted alligator parents proud by making it to Canada. Maybe not with all of my limbs intact, but I'll get there. Just you watch.
Death Road to Canada is a really enjoyable and successful roguelite. The usual conventions and trappings of the genre are well suited to both the setting and the presentation of the game, and the novel adaptations of the old Oregon Trail conventions add a great layer of strategy and randomness to the mix.