Our guide for They Are Billions contains information that can help you complete the game and help you understand its mechanics. Your task is to create a colony and protect it from zombies. This guide can teach you how to survive the beginning of the game. Here, you can find basic tips and descriptions of the mechanics. Thanks to that you will be able to develop your colony fast. You can also learn about necessary aspects of the game that will help you survive. Which machines you need to create to develop your society and, at the same time, be able to defend from zombie hordes. You can learn how to choose a good ground for your crops and how to place quadruple walls or even stronger variants. They Are Billions is an RTS that takes place on a planet infested with zombies. Your task is to create a colony that will be able to defend itself from hordes of undead. The developers decided to use a steampunk setting. Thanks to that the game can appeal to science-fiction and horror fans. The game requires a lot of focus. Players need to develop their colonies, take care of food and resources, create new technologies and fight with zombies all at the same time. The developers used their original engine which allows them to spawn 20,000 zombies on one map. Place one weaker wall or leave a hole in it and your colony will fall.
The guide for They Are Billions contains:
- Starting tips
- A list of achievements and how to get them,
- Description of the game's interface,
- Colony's stats,
- Ways of developing a colony.
- Full list of buildings, allied units and zombie alongside with their statistics, and available Mayors.
Natalia Fras (www.gamepressure.com)
About They Are Billions Guide
Author : Natalia "N.Tenn" Fras for gamepressure.com
Translator : Mateusz "Ictius" Sawka
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They Are Billions Video Game
- genre: Strategy
- developer: Numantian Games
- publisher: Numantian Games
- platform: PC
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