Zombie Catchers

Zombie Catchers

Zombie Catchers is an action game that comes with an unusual twist – next to the action you also get a nice business story.

This free Android app comes with interesting gameplay – in the future the world has become infested with zombies. Two intergalactic businessmen set up a business on Earth but it turns out that the zombies have an essential resource that the businessmen need so they embark on a mission to catch all the zombies and make a nice profit. In Zombie Catchers you get to jump and move right and left as well as shoot at zombies. The gameplay is dynamic and often you must make quick decisions in order to survive and win – because the zombies are not defenseless. So you will set up bait and then when a zombie shows up you will shoot it and when you meet all the level requirements you get to go home. This is what Zombie Catchers offers and in addition to this you will also enjoy nicely drawn visuals and sound effects so you should be satisfied here.

Zombie Catchers is a super fun game that combines business with action and suspense. In fact we doubt there are many such apps out there which automatically makes Zombie Catchers a must-have. Get it and then share your opinion with us!

Zombie Catchers is here on Google Play.

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