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About Undead Horde 2: Necropolis
About this game
Become an Undead King and raise undead warriors from the remains of your enemies. Use your army of undead warriors to rebuild Necropolis after the vile attack conducted by the living. Take back your land, free the undead souls, and secure the future for the undead. Undead Horde 2 is a necromantic action game with elements from RPG, strategy, and hack'n'slash.
Raise undead warriors of your choosing from enemy remains
Command undead armies of over 100 units
Rebuild the Necropolis and unlock new talents, new upgrades, and new powers.
Find and unlock unique undead minions to raise
Level up and become the savior of Necropolis
Conquer the world and save the undead souls
Raise minions of your choosing from enemy remains: There's a vast selection of unique units to choose from!
Command the armies you've raised and claim victory over the living!
Rebuild the Necropolis and unlock new talents, new units, and new powers.
Gain powerful items to increase your might and the power of your army.
Explore, conquer, and take back the souls the living stole from you.
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Posted: 7 days ago
i loved the first game and was really looking forward to the sequel, only to be bitterly disappointed by it. Originally, i wanted to wait until i finished it to write this review but the last few hours i have been so utterly frustrated that i cannot hold back.
First of all, there is not too much to undead horde in geenral, and that is fine. Sometimes i don't need an in-depth story, overly strategic fights - sometimes i just want to see who wins if i put a flock of chickens against orcs. The first game was PERFECT in that regard. i especially loved that you necromanced the exact enemies you killed (and if i remember correctly as soon as you had killed or necromanced a new enemy type you unlocked it as a statue in your base), which is the main idea of a necromancer game imo. if you killed one of the smaller bosses, you could necromance them and have them join your army.
Undead horde 2 does it differently. You have to unlock slots that you can fill with unit types and you are only able to necromance those. So if you kill knights on horses you can raise them as chickens or bears, which makes no sense. The units also feel much weaker against enemies and you have to upgrade their houses to make them stronger. You also can assign "ability points" to counter the raised command value of your troops after upgrading their house. Because of the very limited ability points you have available, you pretty much have to build your army out of one type of troop (animal, skeleton, corpse, ...).
Undead horde 2 wants to offer more strategy I think but makes the game much more complicated without necessarily making it better. It just feels like a lot more grind to get enough money to upgrade houses, troops, ...
Even though i like the idea of necropolis, i have not had as much fun with the sequel than with the first game, sadly and don't have it in me at this point to recommend it.
So, i just finished the game. There are maps that are just a PAIN and you will die while trying to destroy all towers/ enemy spawner etc countless times, respawn and continue. I am not sure if this was deliberate to prolong playtime or if the levels are just badly balanced. Every now and again there are maps that will take you an hour + to clear and then you will rush through the next 3 without even losing a unit. Even the boss was very easy and didn't kill a single of my troops.
Getting to a point where you have decent troops takes way too long and i just cannot get over the fact that you...
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Posted: 3 months ago
Ok fun, but first one was better. It is disappointing that you can't resurrect enemy units or heroes.
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Yes, Undead Horde 2: Necropolis is not fully Steam Deck Verified but the publisher says it is "Playable" on Steam Deck.
OS: Windows 7/8/10/11
Memory: 2048 MB RAM
Graphics: SM 3.0+
DirectX: Version 11
Storage: 600 MB available space
OS: Mac OS 10.13 or newer
Undead Horde 2: Necropolis was released on March 30, 2023
Yes, Undead Horde 2: Necropolis supports MacOS.
Undead Horde 2: Necropolis is published by 10tons Ltd
Undead Horde 2: Necropolis was developed by 10tons Ltd
Fanatical users tagged Undead Horde 2: Necropolis as Action RTS, Hack and Slash, Action, and Adventure
Fanatical users tagged Undead Horde 2: Necropolis as Dark Fantasy, Fantasy, Villain Protagonist, and Creature Collector
Yes. Fanatical users tagged Undead Horde 2: Necropolis as having Singleplayer