Pixel Zombies Hunter

Pixel Zombies Hunter

Pixel Zombies Hunter is another game where you will be hunting zombies. Or maybe you will become the hunted one?

Yes, the game is all about killing zombies – you have a number of weapons that you can use but the thing is that you have limited ammo as well as a need for food and drinks just like in real life. The game has several places where you can kill zombies – in the jungle, in a city and a few more. So start a level and move around – the zombies will find you so shoot them. Sounds very familiar, right?

Well, the game, sadly, has some serious problems with it. The visuals are very pixelated and most objects on your display will look like large boxes. The graphics take us back to the late 1980s/early 1990s and in Pixel Zombies Hunter’s case this is not nice. Second – you can move just forward, left and right and that’s it. To make things worse the zombies seem to be huge so sometimes although a zombie is right in front of you, you cannot see it because it seems you are in between the zombie’s legs. Fourth – the graphics are demanding, despite the fact that they are nothing special so you need a powerful Android device in order to enjoy this one. Really, the game has so many problems that there comes a question whether you should play it or not.

All in all Pixel Zombies Hunter is a disappointment due to all the aforementioned problems. You can give the app a try but really there are many other similar games that are much better so why bother then?

Pixel Zombies Hunter is here on Google Play if you want to take a look at it.

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