Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden Crack With Serial Key 2020

Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden A tactical adventure game combining the turn-based combat of XCOM with story, exploration, stealth, and strategy. Take control of a team of Mutants navigating a post-human Earth. Created by a team including former HITMAN leads and the designer of PAYDAY.
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Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 79 / 100
User rating
Downloads 46
Genre Strategy, Turn-Based, Tactics
Players No Online Multiplayer
Company / Developer
Funcom / The Bearded Ladies Consulting
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Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden reviews ( 5 )

Evilfreud, Dec4, 2018

Great game! love the DUX, Game of the Year potential. Didnt think i would like turn based combat but they have managed to make it in a way that is just pure awesomeness.

girion, Jan 15, 2019

The environments in this game are simply stunning. The attention to detail is just mind blowing. From the Swedish dance music in the bar to the road signs in the grass, every part is just beautiful. Yes, it is short, but so were most of the campaigns in the pen-and-paper RPG. extra points for capturing the feel of the original pen-and-paper RPG.

CaptainChaos, May 14, 2019

For an "indy" game I could believe how incredibly gorgeous the graphics were. Totally intuitive controls - except, I wish I could swap gear and party members more easily. To get limited gear you have to "unload" one character, swap them out and then load the other. That said, very good system. Good plot. Amazing voice acting. Slightly short, but great start. If they keep it up, I can't wait for a sequel. Corny but HILARIOUS. Suggestion: Zoom please :)

supe, Mar7, 2020

MYZ is a real gem. Not as tactical as something like XCOM, but it makes up for it with two big things: 1. You can pick off enemy patrols to reduce their strength, before you go loud and fight the remaining forces. Either way you enter turn based combat, but a successful stealth kill doesn't alert the remaining forces. So it's like solving two puzzles: how to pick off as many enemies as possible in stealth, then figuring out how to take out the main force. 2. Captivating setting and memorable cast of characters. I would love to see a full-on MYZ RPG one day.

Lithariel, Apr 20, 2020

Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden started out interesting. I originally started playing it on Very Hard (suggested experience) using the cover system, but I soon figured out ... this is not the way you can beat the game. Medikits are VERY scarce in the beginning and with enemies easily bringing your characters to under 20% HP in one attack that doesn't work out. After watching someone on YouTube playing it ... where he showed off how to first pick the patrolling enemies, sneaking in and then ambushing those basically killing them in one round and/or crowd control them so they have no chance in even getting one attack off ... that's how i played. Which brings me to around 10 hours playtime, might be more as the game doesn't record that stat. I got the 4th Group Member ... but i am bored by the game already. The whole game revolves around you running around in the stages, trying to find scraps, chests with items, patrolling enemies and scouting where stationary enemies stand. Once you have a oversight of the situation, you then can cook up a plan how to deal with it. This means that 95% of the time you play you sneak around with your flashlight off, where you can hide and let enemies walk right past you ... they won't see you hiding ... just to move your 3 characters into a favorable position and then try to ambush them, making silent weapons the hot thing and non-silent weapons trash. And if your plan doesn't work out you reload. This is just not that fun for even the paltry 15 hours this game is long. I prefer games like Warsong/Langrisser, Shining Force, Tactics Ogre, Final Fantasy Tactics, Silent Storm, Fallout Tactics, Xcom ... where the *main* gameplay lies within the strategy of the *combat* ... and not so much in searching the big areas for items and opportunities to Ambush.