The irony of the ending is delightful. After you killed so many, by changing the world, you finally encountered something you could not comprehend. In your attempts to destroy it, it became reality. You're just like that square you first met.
I won’t lie. I gave up at 45% percent, when I got shot around a billion times in the same spot. True, I probably could have powered through and beaten the game, but I probably saved myself some life by just giving up.
I just had the most cinematic ending. Night 20, last 10 zombies, all on my barriade. My Survivors and I can't kill them fast enough, and the last three zombies break through the barricade. My Survivors run, and I'm left alone, shooting for my life. I manage to kill the last one, one bullet left in my magazine, when the helicopter ame down.
The tutorial is pointless, the text only remains for a second and a half or so. The platofrming is terrible, as you often have to hit a tiny, single block ledge with overly sensitive controls, insane camera motion, and the high jump is nearly impossible to manage, as it requires three fingers in a tiny space. Also, there's not an adequate description of how to beat Death, which makes the game too aggravating to want to try again.