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Incorporating fire sprinklers into a zombie survival game can add a strategic and realistic element to the player's experience. Here are some reasons to include sprinklers in the game and highlight their importance:


#:Structural Fire Prevention: Fire sprinklers are crucial to preventing the spread of fires in closed environments, such as supermarkets. By activating the sprinklers, players can prevent structures from burning down, which could be essential to their survival by providing shelter, supplies, and strategic points.


#Zombie Crowd Management: Sprinklers can be used as a tactical tool to control and slow down hordes of zombies. By luring undead into areas with activated sprinklers, players can take advantage of the water to disorient or slow enemies.


#Resource Conservation: The destruction of structures by fire could eliminate valuable resources for players. By using sprinklers, players can keep structures intact and ensure that supplies needed for survival do not go up in flames.


#AdditionalChallenge: Managing sprinklers can add an extra level of challenge to the game. Players must be strategic when deciding when and where to activate the sprinklers, as there could be negative consequences, such as attracting more zombies due to the noise of the water.


#SafeExploration: By keeping structures fire-free, players can explore more safely and efficiently. This encourages exploring the environment for supplies and side quests without the constant risk of fires that could compromise your safety.


#Element of Realism: The inclusion of fire sprinklers adds an element of realism to the game. Fire systems are an integral part of real-life security, and their inclusion can make the game feel more authentic and detailed.








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  • Yana M.D. changed the title to 1-FIRE SPRINKLER



But overall it makes sense since if you consider the Molotov cocktail in the game to be the most effective weapon in the game, and the fact that all of Kentucky literally has no fire defenses whatsoever is pretty dumb.

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