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No more Room in Hell Version 1.05, what has changed?

Zombie Hunters! Ready to fight for your survival once again? If you read through our site you would had noticed a series of Guides for No More Room in Hell, as well as a few hours worth of videos showing each of the weapons. Well, good news! The game that took us countless hours to work out from the inside out now has a new patch, and it almost feels like we have to start from the beginning. “Why?” you might ask. Let us just say that the changes introduced in version 1.05 are very substantial. We are no longer faced with a walk in the park, with a machete in one hand, and a sledgehammer in the other. We are now faced with serious decisions when it comes to our equipment and fighting the undead. Teamwork has become far more important as well, because some of the maps now have hidden secrets, waiting to be cracked open.

No More Room in Hell – 10 Tips to save your brains

Sometimes playing and perfecting one game means that playing any other game would be a walk in the park, instead of a new challenge. With zombie games this is rarely the case. A lot depends on the setting, game mechanics and your own abilities. You could be playing Left 4 Dead with fast paper zombies but also many dangerous special infected, or Zombie Panic with intelligent player zombies. No More Room in Hell might be using AI zombies, but this does not make them any less difficult to defeat, especially when you make a number of basic mistakes which shorten your life drastically.

This list of 10 Tips will hopefully help you fight off the undead during both Survival and Objective maps. Naturally, there is more to fighting Undead than just a 10 Tips list, and in the case of No More Room in Hell a whole lot of weapons to choose from. Why not check out our Weapon Guides?

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A stairwell full of zombies, against a Machete? They will need more zombies.

No More Room in Hell: Everything Else Guide

In this part of our No More Room in Hell Guide we focus on the weapons and equipment that were not mentioned in the previous related Guides. We will look over the Flare Gun, Grenades, Ruger 10/22, Simonov SKS and the MP5A3. In this Guide I would also wish to explain how burning zombies works, and how do supply drops operate, both events being related to the Flare Gun (though not exclusively).

No More Room in Hell. Weapons – hard numbers.

Zombie ammunition

Tested on zombies – approved for human use!

WriterX has already covered the use of all the weapons in No More Room in Hell in terms of practice. But this time, we will do it my way – focus on numbers. Some of you asked for those, to get an objective benchmark of the performance of each type of weapon, so I spent a couple of hours testing each of them – and recording the results for you. I have also added some comments, where additional explanation was necessary, and one or two tips.

For melee weapons, this article includes a similar table, better suited to describe this type of weapons.

This article is a supplement to our series of No More Room in Hell guides.

No More Room in Hell. Close and Personal.

When all the guns fall silent, and there is no supply drop in sight, you take out whatever weapon you reserved yourself for an emergency, and cave in some skulls. Melee weapons are, by far, the most numerous weapon category in No More Room in Hell. You have a wide range of construction tools, as well as a few improvised weapons, with a “cream” of murder-inclined accessories. I warn ahead, this is going to be the longest guide about No More Room in Hell weapons, so I designed a handy Table summarizing all the weapons as briefly as possible, in case you are in a hurry.

This article is a part of our series of No More Room in Hell guides.

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In case one weapon doesn’t cut it, you have something to bash and chop your way through the undead hordes.

No More Room in Hell. Handguns, almost like in the Wild West.

“Oh, wait, could you just leave that rifle for me? How about the shotgun? Oh come on, can I at least have the chainsaw? No? Great… all I have left are these handguns…” In fact, it’s not that bad. While everybody will be running around with their “big guns” you will have an equally powerful weapon, and have the option of carrying around a bigger melee weapon. Every zombie movie had handguns, and shotguns. Unlike the “big boys”, handguns are easier to wield and conceal. You can easily carry a handgun and not be hindered by its weight. As you can imagine, a lot of people also have handguns for protection, hidden away in their homes. So it becomes mildly obvious that during the zombie apocalypse almost everybody would have a handgun. No More Room in Hell is no exception.

This article is a part of our series of No More Room in Hell guides.

Also, take a look at a supplement to this guide, which includes statistics for all the guns mentioned in this article.

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Gentleman’s choice of arms.

No More Room in Hell, Shotguns. Close and almost personal.

Shotguns are as much a symbol of the zombie apocalypse as the zombies themselves. Can you blame them? A shotgun up close with the right ammunition would shred a zombie to bits. They can still fire at a distance, though not as accurately as rifles. Of course, one of the dominant reasons for shotguns being used is their availability in stores, at least in the US. Hunting shotguns would be very easy to get ahold of. Since a lot of shotguns can cross-share ammunition it’s all the more incentive to have one. How do they look in No More Room in Hell though?

This article is a part of our series of No More Room in Hell guides.

Also, take a look at a supplement to this guide, which includes statistics for all the guns mentioned in this article.

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Your bread and butter, 12 Gauge Shells.

No More Room in Hell – Scopes, keeping your distance.

In any Zombie game you prefer to keep your distance away from the zombies. Sometimes it’s because of their bites and scratches, other times it’s because they are simply that ugly. Ordinary firearms do the trick just fine, but when you want to keep zombies as far away as possible you start looking for weapons with scopes. In No More Room in Hell (v. 1.04) there are currently only two scoped weapons. The Sako 85 and the M16A4. One is a highly accurate Rifle, the other is the iconic weapon of the US Army. What can we say about them?

This article is a part of our series of No More Room in Hell guides.

Also, take a look at a supplement to this guide, which includes statistics for all the guns mentioned in this article.

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It is up to you to decide.

Patch 1.04 for No More Room in Hell

The living dead got a bit of a workout, cosmetic care, and are now ready to storm your safe houses again! Patch 1.04  (Beta) has been released for No More Room in Hell today, adding a new map, as well as a number of subtle changes to gameplay, optimization and previous maps. For example, nms_flooded now has more ammo around the map, and ammo to rifles, shotguns ,etc. will now spawn. Furthermore, the “objective” on nms_flooded is to survive ten waves, after which the choppah arrives!

No More Room in Hell – Zombie Boxing Video

Hello Zombie Hunters!

Yes, this time we are zombie boxing. How do we do that? Use your fists, duh. Fists are not an effective weapon, nor is it a smart idea to use them constantly. This video does show that under the most critical circumstance you can fight off a zombie unarmed. I was planning on adding some boxing sounds, like a bell, but finding the right sounds was a true torture…