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About the game:
Title: ZMR (Hazard Ops)
Status: Released Graphics: 3D
Genre: TPS
Developer: EN Masse / Infernuum
Publisher: Yingpei Games

Explosive Features:

  • Entertaining PvE.
  • Cover System.
  • Vicious Takedowns.

Zombies Monsters Robots (ZMR or Hazard Ops) is a third-person shooter which equally offers players the opportunity to tackle a variety of PvE and PvP modes. As a member of a global corporation, you the player are tasked with defending the interest of the company you fight for against inter-dimensional invaders and the necrotic undead. When they’re not fighting off waves of NPC’s or journeying to the booby-trapped tombs of ancient pyramids, members of opposing factions can engage in 7 varying PvP modes.

ZMR features cover-based combat, allowing players to quickly crouch behind objects, providing much needed cover and allowing players to aim around corners with greater safety. A full range of weapons are available to players during a match including special super weapons which can be found scattered around in PvP maps or dropped by larger enemies in PvE. These weapons posses immense power, but greatly reduce the players mobility. Similar to the reload mechanic found in Gears of War, when reloading in ZMR, players can perform a quick-time event to greatly reduce their guns reload time. However, failing to properly lineup the reload will result in the gun jamming.

PvP modes range from your standard Team Deathmatch to other more eccentric modes including Mercs vs. Monsters, which sees a team or mercenaries facing off against player controlled zombies in asymmetrical combat. Killing enemies unlocks stronger classes for both sides, culminating in epic clashes between Cursed Emperors and Tiger-Class Mechs.

When downed in PvE or PvP, players allied players can help revive downed teammates, while enemy players can choose to finish off their foes with violent close-range takedowns.

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System requirements

ZMR (Hazard Ops) Minimum System Requirements:
OS: XP, Vista, Windows 7, 8
Processor: E7500 or E8400 Dual core, Q8300 Quad core, i7 and better
Memory Ram: 2 GB
Hard Disk Space: 4 GB of free disk space
Video Card: NVIDIA GeForce 9800GT, AMD 4800, Radeon HD5600 series

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  1. Solida on October 5, 2015

    ZMR
    (+Pro)
    + 6 Game mode or more
    + Good gameplay Shooter
    + Few Gears and armor for male and female character and mech
    (-Con)
    – Hacker can ruin the game
    – Pay to win and pay to look good
    – Poor Community Social
    – Lack of update mostly
    – Server issue
    – Unbalance Weapon
    – Unbalance PVP system
    – Less Active playerbase PVP
    – Useless item mall shop
    – Create one character only
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    (System Requirement)
    OS: XP, Vista, Windows 7, 8
    Processor: E7500 or E8400 Dual core, Q8300 Quad core, i7 and better
    Memory Ram: 2 GB
    Hard Disk Space: 4 GB of free disk space
    Video Card: NVIDIA GeForce 9800GT, AMD 4800, Radeon HD5600 series

  2. Thisucks on October 5, 2015

    This game sucks, pay to win game not worth the time, you can get money in the game by watching videos, signing up for stupid crap that you don’t need. Then get viruses from these stupid f**king sites, don’t play this game and don’t download.

  3. oh dear on February 22, 2015

    ZMR with ip block -> Hazard ops no ip block.
    but sometimes op gun from paying

  4. ugurano on December 18, 2014

    this game its pay to win now, look the diference from shops ingame

  5. xxmiku on August 14, 2014

    jeez why the heck does everyone hate ZMR yet love hazard ops ?, they are the same game but hazard ops has more content and updates and thats all thats it, ZMR isnt that bad or the worst, i swear people who hate and troll on popular things just because they are popular or have a playerbase just make me wanna punch them

    • Zerosuke on August 18, 2014

      ^ You know,they did the same thing like they did to Mission Against Terror and Crazy Shooter Online. They are basically the same game,yet,MAT is more popular,do you know why ? CSO is heavy p2w,i played it,and it took me forever to get to lvl 2 or getting money.While in MAT,everything was easy,large playerbase,more items,more items that you can buy with in-game earned money,gifts every 5 lvls and so on.

    • Zerosuke on August 18, 2014

      ^You know,they did the same thing like they did to Mission Against Terror and Crazy Shooter Online. They are basically the same game,yet,MAT is more popular,do you know why ? CSO is heavy p2w,i played it,and it took me forever to get to lvl 2 or getting money.While in MAT,everything was easy,large playerbase,more items,more items that you can buy with in-game earned money,gifts every 5 lvls and so on.

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