1、<p>Escape the Hellevator might have a pun-tastic name, but it deals with one of the most serious matters affecting young people today - being trapped in a plummeting lift that represent the sins you've committed in your life.</p><p>The game is essentially a room escape title, but the room you're trying to escape happens to be speeding towards the ground at a rate of knots.</p><p>Obviously you're not just in any-old elevator. Instead the cramped confines of your rapidly descending metal coffin are transformed into scenes from your life.</p><p>I've only played a couple, but one of them was all about poisoning an old women in the 1950s. It involved sprouts, an ethereal delivery company, and negligent killer-herb storage.</p>
3、Proud of subjection, noble by the sway,<p>Do you want to be part of a disgusting undead horde?How a bout the last survivors fighting against them in a ravaged city? Those are the questions that World Zombination opens with.</p><p>So yes, you could draw similarities between it and, say, Left 4 Dead in that it has zombies-versus-survivors multiplayer. But World Zombination is not a first-person shooter.</p><p>Instead, it's played from an isometric view, and is much more of a real-time strategy game.</p><p>It has 50 single player missions that are procedurally generated for you to take on.</p><p>It's also massively multiplayer so you can play with friends, form guilds to go on raids, and fight thousands of other online players.</p><p>If you're playing as the undead horde, you spawn zombies to attack the survivors, mutating some of them into more powerful beasts as you become more powerful.