Level Zero


LEVEL ZERO is a tactical online first-person horror game where survivоrs must repair the space station and defend themselves with various devices, while a team of monsters must prevent the station from being repaired, or neutralise all survivоrs using their telepathic powers while avoiding light.

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When was Level Zero released?

Level Zero was released on soon

Who was the developer that made Level Zero?

DogHowl Games were the developers that made Level Zero

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