Zombidle

Zombidle

Sometimes you can find really strange games on Google Play that can make you wonder why they exist in the first place. Zombidle is one such game.

This app is a simple one – it comes with 2D graphics only (which are decent, by the way) and sound that is okay. It is the gameplay that raises eyebrows – the game throws you right in and all you have to do here is destroy houses, one by one. You do this by tapping on the display of your Android device and once you finish a house, you get a new one, so you can tap indefinitely here. This makes Zombidle a tap game and it is.

Apart from the destructive nature of this game Zombidle comes with some visual effects too that are not really suitable for smaller children. When you tap the screen you hit the house you see so after a few hits, the home will be on fire and sometimes when the house comes crashing down there will be burning people running around. When you kill someone there’s a skull that remains so you have to collect them too in order to make more points. This is an addition to the gameplay and while it adds features and effects the final result is that it makes us raise an eyebrow once again.

Like we said Zombidle makes us wonder why this game even exists. There will be people who will like it for sure but all we can say is that Zombidle is a strange game. Well, if you are into destroying things, then you will surely enjoy this app but if this is not the case you can pass on Zombidle and not feel bad at all.

Zombidle is here on Google Play.

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