Wow – thank you so much for you support and friendship over the years!
It has been quite a push but we think it will be worth it. Version 1.8.1 introduces a new fun element to Zombie Moon: Squad Wars!
In Zombie Moon, Squad Wars are a two day free for all in which squads compete to see who can come out on top. They begin at 12am on Thursday and end at 11:59pm Friday (server time).
During this period when you attack members of other squads you will earn War Score for your own squad. The score earned is determined by the levels of the players involved in the combat. During Squad Wars the attack range restriction is eliminated for targets that are in squads. If you attack someone that would normally be below your attack range they are worth much less War Score than someone who is either in your range or above it. The formula is target’s level divided by ten for people within or above your range, and target’s level divided by twenty five for targets below your range.
At the end of the Squad War period the top five squads (determined by score and then by level in case of tie) earn a bonus that lasts until the next war. This bonus is a percentage applied to your current squad bonus, and will exceed the infrastructure limit. The bonuses are as follows:
For instance were you a member of the 2nd squad during the war, and the level of your squad was 200 but your infrastructure was only 80, you would normally get +80 all stats as a squad bonus, but with the addition of the war bonus you would get +112 (80 * 1.4 = 112). But your fearless leader who actually has 200 infrastructure would get +280 instead of +200. If you leave your squad or go inactive you instantly lose your war bonus. The war bonus is lost as the next Squad War begins, and new members cannot be added during war time.
1. It is important to remember that it does not matter which squad your members attack. Your victory only adds to your own squad’s score, you cannot “take away” scores from another squad.
2. You don’t have to war if you don’t want to, there is no penalty for “losing” a squad war – so if your squad is last in the listings, it will not affect your standings nor statistics. Your ally bonuses and squad bonuses are unchanged. Nor do you “lose” anything if another player attacks you or members of the squad you are in (other than if you forgot to bank your cash!) You simply gain further bonuses if you place within the top 5.
3. Remember also – you cannot (ever) attack your allies. That’s an important thing to consider when taking on a long-term commitment to another player. Those bonuses and benefits from allies and the bonuses and benefits from squads have a loyalty trade which you need to consider during the war. Consider your targets carefully – again factoring in that for war scores it does not matter which squad you combat, only that your victory is against a player who is in (any) squad.
We’ve been busy here at SnakeHead Games, and we are happy to show off our latest trailer for zombie moon! Enjoy!
Our Partners over at Heather Dale have released a movie on Youtube explaining some of the features in Gates of Camelot. Check out the video here: and Make sure to subscribe!
We recently came across a near satirical study which shows a correlation between Vitamin D deficiency, and being a servant of the dark lord Sauron.
You can view the article here.
I hope to see more of these studies in the future!
75 years ago
Oct. 30, 1938: A nation in panic.
With the penumbral darkness of a Second World War waxing over the world, a single broadcast was able to ignite the latent fears of a country.
This panic was brought on by the legendary radio broadcast of “The War of the Worlds” as interpreted by Orson Welles and The Mercury Theatre. This performance was widely misinterpreted as an actual news report, and police stations all over the country were swamped with the calls of a terrified populace.
An impressive display of the power of all media. Impressive acting as well; Orson Welles, whose career spanned from “ground zero” of an alien invasion all the way up to his very last role 48years later, an all-consuming planet named Unicron in Transformers: The Movie (1986), although we confess, portraying a gluttonous, would-devouring planetoid mass was not much of a stretch for the late Orson Welles.
Happy Halloween from Snakehead games!
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Star Pirates is set following the cataclysm that renders Earth uninhabitable, where asteroid miners turn to piracy and join warring fleets, exploring, trading and fighting for survival!
Spy Battle: 2165, set before the eponymous StarCrash, is a dystopian cyberpunk world where nanotech immortality and a resource crunch drive war into the shadows – and the hands of freelance spies. Spies like YOU!
On the Barren Moon of Callisto, a research station lurks beneath the icy surface. This seemingly abandoned research base was home to the most classified of Ai experiments. Mercenaries are needed to determine why this station went dark, are you up to it?