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Curse Village Instructions

Choose your weapon by pressing number keys 1-6. Aim your weapon using the mouse. Fire your weapon using the left mouse button. Pause the game or view the game menu by pressing 'p'.

Curse Village Walkthrough

Curse Village is an intense and engrossing zombie shooting game that follows the same basic premise as most other zombie shooting games online. Your village is under attack by vicious brain eating zombies and you need to protect it. Pretty simple, right? In this game, that couldn't be further from the truth. While the game starts out fairly easy, as you progress you'll be faced with an increasing number of zombie attackers that are tougher and faster. Taking them out with require fast shooting, multiple weapons and a lot of upgrades. The great thing about this game is that it keeps things interesting throughout all thirty levels so beating the game, although it may take a while, feels worth it in the end. There isn't really a time when you feel bored and find that you're only playing to get to the end. This game will have you hooked and keep you coming back for more game after game.

The graphics in Curse Village are especially good for a zombie shooting game. While many zombie shooting games stick with basic and rather bland graphics, this game offers great backdrops, well designed zombies and enough gore to keep the blood hounds happy without alienating those that aren't big on the red stuff. As you play, new types of zombies are introduced which prevents the game from getting stale. In many of the other games in this genre, you are shooting the same types of zombies over and over again and after a while, even if the game itself is interesting, that gets a little tedious. That isn't something you need to worry about with this one which is one of the things that makes it so entertaining. On top of that, the zombies are genuinely creepy looking. They aren't exactly the frightening zombie monsters you would expect in most other games, but rather look like normal characters in a game except in zombie mode. This gives the game a more genuine feel. If zombies took over the world tomorrow, I would imagine this is what the zom-pocalypse would look like.

Curse Village goes above and beyond the ordinary in many ways but probably the biggest advantage this game offers its players is the variety of upgrades available. Most other zombie shooting games offer you upgrades from weapons to barriers, this one takes it to a whole new level. There is a vast array of weapons to choose from once you've gotten far enough in the game to unlock all of them; each weapon with its own strengths and weaknesses. You're only able to have six weapons in your weapon slot at any one time, though, so be sure you choose wisely. Choosing the best weapons is the only way to get through the tougher levels later in the game. The other upgrades will help, but they won't be able to live up to their full potential if you don't have the right weapons. You need to consider whether or not the weapon has any special attributes, how much damage the weapon inflicts per shot, and how much ammo the weapon comes with. For example, one of my favorite weapons, the gatling gun, offers multiple shots and inflicts 25 damage points per shot but it only offers 15 rounds of ammo. This often isn't enough for any heavy use, but it's a great weapon when used to compliment a stronger arsenal. Bladed weapons generally don't inflict as much damage, but they can be great for inflicting damage on multiple zombies at once. They're also great as you don't have to worry about running out of ammo. The katana and the spear are really the best bladed weapons to choose from but you don't need to carry them both. Choose which one you find most effective and use that one. One blade is all you'll need. It's worth noting though that at the beginning of each new level, the ammo for any guns you own will be replenished so if you ran out of ammo in one level, you will have full ammo in the next level.

Beyond your weapon choices, Curse Village also offers a variety of barricades you can build to help protect your village. You can no more than two barricades in place at any given time and they can be a bit expensive, but they're well worth it. You can choose to build a barricade out of garbage, wood or wire. Garbage barricades are enough to get you through for a while. They only cost 300 upgrade points to build and can stand up to attacks up to 200 damage points. This is generally enough to hold back small numbers of zombies while you take them out with your weapon. The wood barricade is stronger, taking up to 800 damage points, but it also costs much more; 800 upgrade points. Later in the game when you're having a hard time keeping up with the attacking zombies and garbage barricades just aren't enough, save up your upgrade points for a wood barricade. This won't be enough to get your through to the end of the game, but it will help significantly. The wire barricade is the best option you have in terms of barriers against the zombies. A wire barricade will take 1,200 hit points but it also costs 1,100 upgrade points. It's well worth it when you're in the later levels of the game.

In addition to weapons and barricades, Curse Village takes upgrades one step further by offering survivors you can recruit to help you fight off the zombies. Each survivor is armed with a different weapon making some of them more useful than others. The least expensive surviver you can hire, a young lady in a pink dress armed with a hand gun, is really of little use in the grand scheme of thTitle: Curse Village

Controls: Choose your weapon by pressing number keys 1-6. Aim your weapon using the mouse. Fire your weapon using the left mouse button. Pause the game or view the game menu by pressing 'p'.

Instructions: Curse Village is an intense and engrossing zombie shooting game that follows the same basic premise as most other zombie shooting games online. Your village is under attack by vicious brain eating zombies and you need to protect it. Pretty simple, right? In this game, that couldn't be further from the truth. While the game starts out fairly easy, as you progress you'll be faced with an increasing number of zombie attackers that are tougher and faster. Taking them out with require fast shooting, multiple weapons and a lot of upgrades. The great thing about this game is that it keeps things interesting throughout all thirty levels so beating the game, although it may take a while, feels worth it in the end. There isn't really a time when you feel bored and find that you're only playing to get to the end. This game will have you hooked and keep you coming back for more game after game.

The graphics in Curse Village are especially good for a zombie shooting game. While many zombie shooting games stick with basic and rather bland graphics, this game offers great backdrops, well designed zombies and enough gore to keep the blood hounds happy without alienating those that aren't big on the red stuff. As you play, new types of zombies are introduced which prevents the game from getting stale. In many of the other games in this genre, you are shooting the same types of zombies over and over again and after a while, even if the game itself is interesting, that gets a little tedious. That isn't something you need to worry about with this one which is one of the things that makes it so entertaining. On top of that, the zombies are genuinely creepy looking. They aren't exactly the frightening zombie monsters you would expect in most other games, but rather look like normal characters in a game except in zombie mode. This gives the game a more genuine feel. If zombies took over the world tomorrow, I would imagine this is what the zom-pocalypse would look like.

Curse Village goes above and beyond the ordinary in many ways but probably the biggest advantage this game offers its players is the variety of upgrades available. Most other zombie shooting games offer you upgrades from weapons to barriers, this one takes it to a whole new level. There is a vast array of weapons to choose from once you've gotten far enough in the game to unlock all of them; each weapon with its own strengths and weaknesses. You're only able to have six weapons in your weapon slot at any one time, though, so be sure you choose wisely. Choosing the best weapons is the only way to get through the tougher levels later in the game. The other upgrades will help, but they won't be able to live up to their full potential if you don't have the right weapons. You need to consider whether or not the weapon has any special attributes, how much damage the weapon inflicts per shot, and how much ammo the weapon comes with. For example, one of my favorite weapons, the Gatling gun, offers multiple shots and inflicts 25 damage points per shot but it only offers 15 rounds of ammo. This often isn't enough for any heavy use, but it's a great weapon when used to compliment a stronger arsenal. Bladed weapons generally don't inflict as much damage, but they can be great for inflicting damage on multiple zombies at once. They're also great as you don't have to worry about running out of ammo. The katana and the spear are really the best bladed weapons to choose from but you don't need to carry them both. Choose which one you find most effective and use that one. One blade is all you'll need. It's worth noting though that at the beginning of each new level, the ammo for any guns you own will be replenished so if you ran out of ammo in one level, you will have full ammo in the next level.

Beyond your weapon choices, Curse Village also offers a variety of barricades you can build to help protect your village. You can no more than two barricades in place at any given time and they can be a bit expensive, but they're well worth it. You can choose to build a barricade out of garbage, wood or wire. Garbage barricades are enough to get you through for a while. They only cost 300 upgrade points to build and can stand up to attacks up to 200 damage points. This is generally enough to hold back small numbers of zombies while you take them out with your weapon. The wood barricade is stronger, taking up to 800 damage points, but it also costs much more; 800 upgrade points. Later in the game when you're having a hard time keeping up with the attacking zombies and garbage barricades just aren't enough, save up your upgrade points for a wood barricade. This won't be enough to get your through to the end of the game, but it will help significantly. The wire barricade is the best option you have in terms of barriers against the zombies. A wire barricade will take 1,200 hit points but it also costs 1,100 upgrade points. It's well worth it when you're in the later levels of the game.

In addition to weapons and barricades, Curse Village takes upgrades one step further by offering survivors you can recruit to help you fight off the zombies. Each survivor is armed with a different weapon making some of them more useful than others. The least expensive survive you can hire, a young lady in a pink dress armed with a hand gun, is really of little use in the grand scheme of things unless you recruit more than one. She can be used in earlier levels to help you take out any zombies you aren't able to take out with your own weapon, but only if you can take out the majority on your own. The best survive you can recruit, the angry looking man in a gray t-shirt armed with a shotgun, is also the most expensive. Generally speaking, you won't need to recruit survivors until the final levels of the game and at that point, it's well worth spending the points you'll need to spend to recruit this guy. The survivors in the middle can come in handy as well but only if you're a quick shot can can do most of the work for them. In later levels, it might be a good idea to recruit multiple survivors of different types if you have enough upgrade points so you can build your own army to do battle with the zombie army.

Finally, Curse Village also offers you traps you can purchase to thin out a particularly difficult army of zombies. This isn't really something you'd find in most other zombie shooting games. The traps are quite beneficial if you use them correctly. There are two different types of traps you can buy and four traps altogether. The first two traps, bear traps and fire traps, activate as soon as a zombie steps on it. The next two traps, dynamite traps and grenade traps, need to be activated by you. To activate a dynamite or grenade trap, simply click on it. If you use them wisely, they can be a great help. You can only have nine traps at any one time so decide which traps you want to try wisely. The traps are placed on the left side of the game screen, right where the zombies approach. In earlier levels, consider setting nine zombie activated traps and see how well they do. Some players make it through the whole game without using traps while others need to use them to make it through. I would recommend at least trying them out; especially if you're having a hard time with one of the levels.

The game screen in Curse Village is pretty easy to understand. All of the information you need is presented to you in a very straight forward, easy to understand way which is something newcomers to zombie shooting games will appreciate. In the top right corner of your screen you have the health of your shield. If you allow the health of your shield to reach zero, your game will be over. You'll also see what level you're on which will tell you how much further you have to go before you reach the end of the game. Below your health bar, you'll see your score and the number of zombies left to attack. Keep an eye on that number. It will help you stay prepared. At the bottom of the screen you have your weapon information. This section of six slots shows you what weapons you have to use and how much ammo you have left for that weapon. Keep an eye on your ammo. If you're in the beginning of the game and have yet to purchase additional weapons you'll only have your basic handgun and your knife. You don't want to run out of handgun bullets as you'll be forced to use your knife. That will make it much more difficult to prevent zombies from getting through to your shield.

Overall, Curse Village is one of those games that is going to have you hooked from beginning to end. Even though more experience zombie shooting game players are going to find the first part of the game a little on the easy side, it gets much more challenging as you progress. Stick with it. You should have no trouble finding the challenge you're looking for. There are three levels of difficulty to choose from but I would recommend starting out on 'easy' to see how you fare against the zombies before trying 'normal' or 'hard'. Beginners are likely going to have trouble with this game from the very first level so easy is the perfect setting. More experienced players may be surprised to see how difficult even the easiest setting is once the game really gets going. Take out the zombies attacking most quickly, choose your weapons carefully and make use of the barricades, traps and even survivors to have the best chance of getting through all thirty levels of this wildly addictive zombie shooting game. ings unless you recruit more than one. She can be used in earlier levels to help you take out any zombies you aren't able to take out with your own weapon, but only if you can take out the majority on your own. The best surviver you can recruit, the angry looking man in a gray t-shirt armed with a shotgun, is also the most expensive. Generally speaking, you won't need to recruit survivers until the final levels of the game and at that point, it's well worth spending the points you'll need to spend to recruit this guy. The survivers in the middle can come in handy as well but only if you're a quick shot can can do most of the work for them. In later levels, it might be a good idea to recruit multiple survivers of different types if you have enough upgrade points so you can build your own army to do battle with the zombie army.

Finally, Curse Village also offers you traps you can purchase to thin out a particularly difficult army of zombies. This isn't really something you'd find in most other zombie shooting games. The traps are quite beneficial if you use them correctly. There are two different types of traps you can buy and four traps altogether. The first two traps, bear traps and fire traps, activate as soon as a zombie steps on it. The next two traps, dynamite traps and grenade traps, need to be activated by you. To activate a dynamite or gredade trap, simply click on it. If you use them wisely, they can be a great help. You can only have nine traps at any one time so decide which traps you want to try wisely. The traps are placed on the left side of the game screen, right where the zombies approach. In earlier levels, consider setting nine zombie activated traps and see how well they do. Some players make it through the whole game without using traps while others need to use them to make it through. I would recommend at least trying them out; especially if you're having a hard time with one of the levels.

The game screen in Curse Village is pretty easy to understand. All of the information you need is presented to you in a very straight forward, easy to understand way which is something newcomers to zombie shooting games will appreciate. In the top right corner of your screen you have the health of your shield. If you allow the health of your shield to reach zero, your game will be over. You'll also see what level you're on which will tell you how much further you have to go before you reach the end of the game. Below your health bar, you'll see your score and the number of zombies left to attack. Keep an eye on that number. It will help you stay prepared. At the bottom of the screen you have your weapon information. This section of six slots shows you what weapons you have to use and how much ammo you have left for that weapon. Keep an eye on your ammo. If you're in the beginning of the game and have yet to purchase additional weapons you'll only have your basic handgun and your knife. You don't want to run out of handgun bullets as you'll be forced to use your knife. That will make it much more difficult to prevent zombies from getting through to your shield.

Overall, Curse Village is one of those games that is going to have you hooked from beginning to end. Even though more experience zombie shooting game players are going to find the first part of the game a little on the easy side, it gets much more challenging as you progress. Stick with it. You should have no trouble finding the challenge you're looking for. There are three levels of difficulty to choose from but I would recommend starting out on 'easy' to see how you fare against the zombies before trying 'normal' or 'hard'. Beginners are likely going to have trouble with this game from the very first level so easy is the perfect setting. More experienced players may be surprised to see how difficult even the easiest setting is once the game really gets going. Take out the zombies attacking most quickly, choose your weapons carefully and make use of the barricades, traps and even survivers to have the best chance of getting through all thirty levels of this wildly addictive zombie shooting game.