The Last Stand
Play The Last Stand on Armor Games
This is a very cool browser based game that is a LOT of fun.
I really liked the attention to detail that the author put into the sprites including the randomization of clothing, body types, age, genders, and damage on the zombies.
Lot’s of cool weapons included as well.
Contrary to what Gears of War told us, a chainsaw is actually of little real-world combative value.
Modern-day classic. Utterly reliable and accurate.
English: An early “third generation” Glock 17 (full-size pistol chambered for 9x19mm Parabellum), identified by the addition of thumb rests, an accessory rail, finger grooves on the front strap of the pistol grip and a single cross pin above the trigger. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Handy for limited ambush engagements and Hollywood movies, this gun is not exactly pleasant to shoot IRL.
Lupara (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Big Bore Revolver
Great for Dirty Harry movies and big game hunting, but it is not something that I would regularly carry.
“America’s Rifle.” Light, fast, and accurate. It goes bang as long as you keep it well-lubricated.
Goes bang just about every time.
Uzi Submachine Gun
You don’t see this gun very often anymore in the USA. There are a couple of manufacturers who build semi-automatic versions from military surplus parts kits but the simple fact is that you can get the same effect in a smaller package by putting a 33 round magazine on a Glock 17.
Barrett M82 (Military Designation: M107)
Loud, expensive, and FUN!
Heckler and Koch UMP
This gun was intended as a more lighter weight, cheaper, and more modular submachine gun to replace the HK MP5 although both guns are still in production by Heckler and Koch (kind of like Microsoft and Windows XP!)
There is a civilian version of the UMP out there called the USC, but it is expensive and hard to get parts support and magazines for compared to other weapons platforms out there.
English: HK UMP 45 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Excellent bolt-action rifle.
The Last Stand