Welcome to the second part of our Laboratory: Outbreak Left 2 Minecraft Mod. In this part we cover the final few levels, after the tutorial and everything that was taught in the previous part. I hope that by the time you’re done reading this, you will have found the perfect mod for your playstyle. There are several different types of mods available, ranging from mods that cover only the final level, or covers the entirety of the game.
This mod is similar to the original Laboratory: Outbreak but focuses on the single-player campaign. However, instead of a series of maps, the game will focus on one big map – this is more fitting for single-player experience. It also adds new achievements, perks and secrets that can be unlocked, as well as extra monsters and creatures. This makes the game more challenging, as you will have to really think about your strategy to beat the game.
The storyline is centered on Dr. Isaac and his battle with the Triad. He is trying to help humanity, while fighting off the Zombies. There are several different endings, depending on which you choose to follow. The doctor uses several weapons to combat the zombies – each type is better against specific types of Zombies. The first type of weapon that he uses is his trusty shotgun, but when the situation calls for it, he can also use his wand and his staff.
The fight itself is quite intense. The zombies come out in groups of three, but there are some that will break away and attack you one at a time. The maps tend to be quite large – they range from very small individual maps, to medium sized maps that include several islands. The large majority of these maps are designed for multiple players, but some smaller maps have been made specifically for co-op play.
Some of the challenges in the Laboratory: Outbreak Left are like those in the original, where you are required to solve puzzles and avoid being caught by the zombies themselves. However, this time around, you have to save the lab itself from the Zombies instead. The objective is to keep all of the humans alive, while preventing the zombies from getting inside. The puzzles themselves are not too hard to solve, but are different than the ones in the original game.
Overall, Laboratory: Outbreak Left is fun to play. However, it might not be to many people’s taste. If you are looking for a puzzle game with some really creepy zombies thrown in, then this is not the game for you. However, if you like puzzle games with some eerie audio and other neat features, then this game is for you.