The Walking Dead [Download]

3.6 out of 5 stars 54 customer reviews
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Release date April 24, 2012
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3.6 out of 5 stars 54 customer reviews

3.6 out of 5 stars
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Gain access to the full season [5 episodes] of The Walking Dead by purchasing the Season Pass, which will act as your gateway to obtaining all of the episodes in a dark and emotional season where every decision and action can result in the entire story of the game changing around you.

Episode 1 is available immediately upon purchasing the full season with the remaining episodes being delivered periodically thereafter. Updates will automatically be downloaded and applied via the Steam client, which will allow new episodes to appear in the in-game menu.

The Walking Dead is a five-part game series set in the same universe as Robert Kirkman’s award-winning comic book series. Play as Lee Everett, a convicted criminal, who has been given a second chance at life in a world devastated by the undead. With corpses returning to life and survivors stopping at nothing to maintain their own safety, protecting an orphaned girl named Clementine may offer him redemption in a world gone to hell.

A continuing story of adventure horror spanning across 5 episodes.

  • Episode 1 – A New Day
  • Episode 2 – Starved for Help
  • Episode 3 – Long Road Ahead
  • Episode 4 – Around Every Corner
  • Episode 5 – No Time Left

System Requirements
 Minimum Specifications:Recommended Specifications:
OS:Mac OS X Snow Leopard Only
Processor:2.3 Ghz IntelCore 2 Duo 2GHz
Hard Drive:2GB Space Free
Video Card:512 MB NVidia or ATI graphics cardCore 2 Duo 2GHz
Additional Info:Not recommended for Intel integrated graphics or Mac Minis or early-generation MacBooks

Steam account required for game activation and installation.

System Requirements:
Supported OS:  Mac Snow Leopard 10.6,Mac OS X
Processor:  none specified
RAM:  none specified
Hard Disk:  none specified
Video Card:  none specified

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This game exceeded my expectations. I agree that it would be nice if your choices had more of an impact on the story, but you have tons of choices with the game as is. I loved this game, the character development is nearly as impressive as it is in the show, and the artistic graphics are a lot of fun. Everything about this game met or exceeded my expectations.

I wouldn't mind it if they came out with more playable storylines...
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Bought this when Amazon did a $12 sale on this game code for the Mac/PC systems. It's worth it because it normally costs $24 for the code or the game on TellTale anyway.

I truly enjoyed this game! I haven't been this *cough* addicted *cough* to a game in years. I ended up staying up an extra two hours late at night just to get through episode three and four because i just had to know what happens next and get through the story. I love the choices they provide, the type of characters you come across and the story arcs for each episode.

It's not 100% zombie oriented in certain episodes, but you do come across zombies. Episode two for example is more about the characters than the zombies as a forefront in the game. You do however come across more twist and turns in that episode.

I do like the option of making the mouse more sensitive when you use a Macbook Pro because it allows you to move faster in fighting off zombies and making quicker choices in the game. I died more when I left the mouse less sensitive on my laptop.

Also to back out, double tap the bottom right corner of your Macbook Pro for your character in the game. Took me a while to figure it out, but you have to make sure the fingers are slightly spread apart and click at the same time on the scroll pad of the 2012 and newer Macbook Pros.

Overall, it's worth playing more so if you are a fan of the comics and the show. Another reason to get the game? They are putting out a second season and one of the rumors about it is they are going to figure out HOW to integrate season one choices to affect season two game play! Meaning whatever you decided in season one plays on over to season two! Now wouldn't that be awesome!?
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I'm not a hardcore gamer. Perhaps at one point I was, but I bought this game several years after being considered what you would call a 'gamer'.

Thought not a gamer, I'm a fan of the show and this game captures the spirit of the show and asks you to make decision that have lasting effects throughout the game. It also puts you into the world of the Walking Dead. It has a few good scares along the way and an engaging plot. You will care of the characters as you go along the journey with them. In many ways, the game can best be thought of as an experience.

I played this on a macbook and though the mac version has a few bugs, they weren't catastrophic (and perhaps they have been addressed at this point). I can't help but feel like this game would have been better on an iPad (when I pick up the sequel, I'm pretty sure I'll go the iPad route).

In the final analysis: if you're a fan of the show, but this game. It's thought provoking, engaging and a just a good game to play.
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I have the game on my iPhone and iPad, love playing it. Tried to download it on my Mountain Lioned iMac and MBP, it's a no-go. If you still have Snow Leopard as we near 2013, then you will enjoy this game. The choice you make in Episode One is crucial to the outcome of the game, but otherwise it's a change your dialogue more than a change your fate type game, but I enjoyed playing it on my iOS 6 devices. I give it four stars because it was addicting enough to make me play a few different ways to see if the outcomes changed, but the outcomes are the game has a specific direction that you will follow regardless of choices you make.
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The story is great.

The art style is great.

As far as point and click adventures go, the gameplay is great. There's even action.

This is one of the few games tied to either a movie or TV license that actually doesn't suck.


Lack of Real Choice: One of the big marketing items is that "Your Choices Affect the Game". Aside from a single major choice of deciding which character to save in the first episode, there aren't any player choices that actually affects the game beyond variations in dialog, even in the third episode. Your actions have no effect on the world. This is really disappointing. I would pay twice as much to get real choices that affect the game's world, that branches into a really different game, as opposed to yet another TV episode where you get a lot of fake choices that do nothing; either that or TellTale should stop marketing a feature that doesn't exist. My guess is that your choices will only have an effect on the ending, specifically it determines what kind of person a character grows up into. UPDATE: Choice has no effect on the ending. It has a bigger effect in episode 5, but it's still not as big of an effect as episode 1. The effects your in-game choices have are only "cosmetic". Again I would pay more for a game where choice actually affects the game world; don't advertise player choice and game consequences from them if the game will still be on rails and everything is already pre-destined. If Telltale doesn't have enough budget to actually make player choices matter, they should either make a new IP that they own so that they have more budget for choices affecting the world, or they should just focus on the gameplay instead.
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