Rebuild 2 Instructions
Rebuild 2 is controlled by using the mouse and the keyboard. Use the mouse to interact with the game's interface. The arrow keys (or WASD keys) are used to scroll the map. Some menus may be closed by using the spacebar or enter key.
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Rebuild 2 Walkthrough
Rebuild 2 is the sequel to the critically-acclaimed simulation game, Rebuild. This iteration of the strategy game features an incredible soundtrack, superior graphics, and gameplay that is even more challenging than its predecessor!
When you first start Rebuild 2, you are given the opportunity to name and customize your character. Unlike the first Rebuild, you are also given a chance to modify your character's appearance by clicking on the photograph displayed in the upper-right corner. Once you are satisfied with your choices, you are taken to a second screen where you may name your city and set the difficulty level (which is set to the easiest level by default). If this is your first time playing this strategy game, I advise you to keep the difficulty level at the easiest setting, and to change the city's size to small.
If you are familiar with the first Rebuild, you will be familiar with the controls of this game. There are a few new additions to look out for, however. You must still select the right people to carry out your missions in this strategy game, but you may also equip them with items and weapons to make their jobs easier.
Rebuild 2 also adds some role-playing game elements into the mix. As your citizens successfully complete missions, their statistics will increase. For example, sending people out on recruitment drives will increase their leadership abilities, making them more-likely to successfully recruit survivors in future missions. Sending soldiers out to kill zombies will make them more efficient killers, and more-likely to survive future encounters.
Since citizens can learn skills by succeeding in missions, schools are not as necessary in Rebuild 2 as they were in the first Rebuild. It is possible to keep a population comprised of mostly soldiers and still win this strategy game. Just make sure to send your troops on missions other than just killing zombies! I ended up tearing down my school to build an extra farm because most of my citizens became multifaceted, but if you want to quickly diversify your pool of citizens without sending them on missions, you might want to keep your school standing.
If you enjoyed the first Rebuild, or if you are a fan of city simulation games, then you will love Rebuild 2. Humanity still needs your help to rise from the ashes of the zombie apocalypse. Lead on through the darkness in Rebuild 2, an outstanding strategy game!