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ZombieSmash Out Soon!

By , on March 16, 2010

What would a man with an unhealthy amount of stockpiled weaponry do if he was stuck in his farm house during a zombie plague? Why he'd set some traps and defend his land "gosh darn' it!". ZombieSmash!, the self dubbed "Survival Comedy" game is scheduled for release soon for fans of creative physics and castle-defense survival games.

Youtube Game Trailer:

The game features tonnes of interesting weaponry to cause generalised chaos to the undead, all in the name of defending your home. And if that's not enough to get you going, famed game composer Chris Hülsbeck - noteable for his work on the C64, Amiga and recent Star Wars: Rogue Squadron series -  has been working on ZombieSmash!'s soundtrack.

ZombieSmash! by German developers Gamedoctors looks like a fun game to check out and should be out this Wednesday (17th March) for $1.99.

Press Info:

ZombieSmash! is a „Survival Comedy” game for the iPhone and iPod touch, featuring undead-themed castle defense and entertaining, physics-based gameplay.

The Game casts players as Joey, a lone survivor pit against a herd of writhing, unrelenting zombies — to defeat the undead masses, players must use their fingers to flick and smash them until they're un-undead.

  • Sophisticated ragdoll physics produces unique and hysterical zombie deaths
  • Over 20 specials allow for creative zombie demolition
  • Three game modes provide limitless replay value
  • Original soundtrack by famed game music composer Chris Hülsbeck