Death Road to Canada

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a game by Rocketcat Games, and Madgarden
Platform: PC (2016)
Editor Rating: 10/10, based on 1 review
User Rating: 10.0/10 - 2 votes
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Death Road to Canada
Death Road to Canada
Death Road to Canada
Death Road to Canada

Death Road to Canada is an indie gem that combines the classic road trip simulator genre with a healthy dose of apocalyptic chaos and dark humor. Developed by Rocketcat Games and Madgarden, this title offers an addictive and endlessly replayable experience that will keep you glued to your screen for hours on end.

The premise is simple: you control a group of survivors as they navigate their way through a zombie-infested Canada, scavenging for supplies, recruiting new members, and facing off against hordes of the undead. What sets Death Road apart is its quirky and irreverent take on the zombie apocalypse, where you'll encounter bizarre scenarios and make tough choices that can either save or doom your motley crew.

The Zombie Apocalypse, but Make It Funny

One of the standout features of Death Road to Canada is its ability to inject humor into a genre often associated with horror and tension. The game's witty writing and absurd scenarios create a delightfully whimsical tone that sets it apart from other zombie games.

Whether it's teaching a dog how to drive a car or throwing chairs at undead hordes, Death Road to Canada embraces its silliness wholeheartedly, much like the cult classic The Oregon Trail, which it draws inspiration from. Unfortunately, much of the RNG from that game is also here, so your mileage might vary in each playthrough.

Still, as funny as the game might be, don't think there aren't any moments where you'll be at the edge of your seat. Entering an abandoned "Y'all Mart" only to run across a hidden horde is one of the most soul-crushing gaming experiences I've ever had.

Replayability and Customization Galore

With its randomly generated elements, Death Road to Canada offers an impressive level of replayability that keeps players coming back for more. Each new playthrough presents a fresh challenge, ensuring that the game never feels stale or repetitive.

Additionally, the character creator allows players to customize their party members, even including friends and family members for a personalized touch. This level of customization adds an extra layer of investment and attachment to the game's quirky cast of characters.

It also helps that the game's quirky visuals work perfectly with the storytelling. At first glance, the game shares a lot of its visual DNA with Age of Zombies – a more-or-less forgotten game developed by the same studio behind Jetpack Joyride.

Challenging Yet Accessible Gameplay

While Death Road to Canada may seem lighthearted on the surface, its gameplay mechanics are surprisingly deep and challenging. Players must carefully manage their resources, make strategic decisions, and navigate through hordes of zombies that can quickly overwhelm them if they're not careful.

However, the game's accessible controls and intuitive UI make it approachable for both casual and hardcore gamers alike, making it a perfect addition to any zombie fan's library. The game invites players to try time and time again, making the whole experience feel even more accessible.


Death Road to Canada is a delightful and unique take on the zombie apocalypse genre, offering a perfect blend of humor, strategy, and replayability.


  • Quirky, humorous take on the zombie apocalypse genre
  • High replayability with randomly generated elements
  • Challenging yet accessible gameplay


  • The randomness can feel overly punishing in some runs

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System requirements:

  • PC compatible
  • Operating systems: Windows 10/Windows 8/Windows 7/2000/Vista/WinXP

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