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It's so unique and always keeps you interested and wanting more, unlike other games that seem similar. I literally play it everyday. I finished it and now playing the DLCs, they're a must get aswell, they add more of state of decay to state of decay which is double the epicness.
The whole experience and atmosphere makes it great and worth playing. It takes some time to get the hang of things at the begining, but once you did, it becomes so much fun although challenging, and takes a lot of skills and busy-work, but it all gives it that feeling of surviving a real zombie apocalype.
This is the correct answer, probably. Shockingly good game for a f2p model, with developers genuinely committed to never making it pay to win. If only other developers had that kind of courage. I put about 85 hours into it and never got close to wearing it out before I took a break for now. I can't believe I forgot to mention FTL: There's also a really nice modding community that make some pretty great mods, ranging from simple ships to complete game overhauls!
It's a definite gem among the recent pile of indie garbage that has gotten onto Steam as of late! Comment has been collapsed. There are tons though, I just can't remember them. I don't have CS: S and I've had a lot of fun playing Garry's Mod when I had better internet.
And what of HL2? HL2 is kinda needed. I didn't do much of any PC gaming prior to that because of owning terrible PC's with crappy GPU's or integrated chips So you got me, Garry's Mod does really require HL2 at the very least to enjoy the better game modes. FTL would be the first that comes to mind for me. Yep FTL its very fun! Knights of the Old Republic.
The Binding of Isaac solves every problem you have or will ever have: Well State of Decay is cheap right now, contemplating it myself. Anyone else can say something about this game? Best ARPG out there. One of the good ones, a couple F2P's are like this or going towards this lately though. I've heard good things about this game.