7 Days to Die is an awesome game. It's kind of a mix between State of Decay and Minecraft. You've got the zombie dodging and house raiding from State of Decay, and the building and crafting of Minecraft. You've also got to juggle sickness and disease with food and hydration. Sure, you can fill that jar with water from the creek - but it'll probably give you dysentery and then you'll be stuck with decreased mobility, stomach rumbles (that can alert nearby zombies if they're really close), and having to stop periodically to take an emergency deuce. You're starving and all you've found is a nasty ham sandwich from the Before Time? Scarf that sucker down - but don't be surprised if you wind up with food poisoning.
The game is fun, and is wildly adjustable - everything from number of zombies to their actions (always walk, run at night, always run, 'forget' about you if they can't see you, can smell you if they get close enough, etc) and the game world itself.
There's only one problem: food. I just started a new game (you can play single player or multiplayer, on a private server or a public server that you can rent from the game guys) and I'm at around 18:00 hours on Day 1. In that time, I have eaten 9 cans of food (everything from chili to chicken soup to peas to cat food), the meat from 3 rabbits, 2 deer, 9 cobs of corn (boiled!), 3 pieces of moldy bread, and 4 boiled eggs. And my food meter is empty AGAIN. So, 12 hours into my first day and I've eaten something like 30,000 calories worth of food. And I'm STARVING again.
So either the Fun Pimps have no idea how food actually works, or you're actually infected with the zombie virus, but you manage to stave off the effects of it by stuffing your ravenous gullet with enough food to keep you sated. Sadly, as awesome as #2 sounds, it's probably #1.
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