Sometimes modders do wonders. As today, when a craftsman under the nickname NightmareDoors reworked the mechanics of the legendary game StarCraft II, turning a linear strategy into horror with various plot outcomes.
Exactly! It is called "Dead Zone - Hope Lost " and looks at surprise is organic. The player has to play for terrans who are trying to survive on a planet where an unknown virus rages. The game looks like a cross between the first part of Fallout and Resident Evil and little reminiscent of his ancestor. A talented modder redrawing the texture, drew many new objects, added a change of time of day and pumped AI enemies. Is not speaking of that he registered three nonlinear storylines on 25 chapters with five variants of endings!
How much changed the gameplay can be viewed in this video. The "Dead Zone - Hope Lost " itself can be downloaded from link and set as mod over "StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void". While this is a demo version , a full-fledged game is promised closer to end of 2018.
20 years old StarCraft
By the way, in March of this year the old man turns 20 years old. By This occasion will be a noble banquet called " Interplanetary anniversary " with a lot of different activities. A on birthday itself 30 March in Twitch will be a special broadcast, and after the documentary " StarCraft is Life: A Celebration » with dense dose of nostalgia for the best moments for story series.