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Survival World RPG by Steve Conary

The world is over, but the game has just begun... 

While Mike was sleeping, the world went to hell in a hand basket. Now he has to learn to survive in a new world where magic and monsters are real, and even the weakest man can become strong by raising his levels.

Can Mike survive this world turned video game? Very doubtful. Will the apocalypse improve his love life? Don’t count on it. Will he die alone and in pain? Signs point to yes. Am I reading these answers from a magic eight ball? Concentrate and ask again . . . 

Note: Survival World RPG contains some graphic violence.

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Listed: Nov 9, 2015

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Zombie Video Game IRL?

By RileyOR, member

Nov 21, 2015: One of the most enjoyable serials that I have read at this point. Going into the story, I wasn’t all too sure what to expect other than it somehow worked in video game mechanics into real life. That alone pretty much sold me on reading it though, and boy was I glad I did.

I enjoyed seeing the protagonist cope with the realization that the world had changed literally overnight and that he either had to accept it and move on [more . . .]

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Enjoyable Genre Clash

By Whyknotzoidberg, author of Hotfoot

Nov 12, 2015: This serial fulfilled every expectation I had for it. Zombies, magic, and video game mechanics. In those three areas it excels, but really only in those three areas. The protagonist is likeable, competent and tough, but that is balanced out by his seemingly useless party. They highlight the strength of the protagonist, making me like him more, and in turn like them less, which makes me like him more, etc etc. They aren’t full Carol and Lori from the walking dead level dead weight, but I sometimes found myself wishing [more . . .]

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