Zombie Deathmatch

Zombie Deathmatch

Zombie Deathmatch is clearly a game that has not been designed for children and you can easily see this in the title. The app is all about gruesome looking zombies that have to fight each other and all this is combined with blood and gore.

The game is relatively large in size but the 140 MB of data that you will download will pay off with content – if you are a fan of the genre. The story behind is simple – in the near future a genetically engineered serum has transformed humans into ruthless zombies, controlled by Papa Rainbow who happens to be the evil mastermind behind. So it is up to you to stop the evil genius by creating a team of zombies that can defeat the hordes of Papa Rainbow. To do this you will need strategy, skill and luck since you will be dealing with three different classes of zombies with each one of them having different advantages and disadvantages. The task will not be easy, though – you are facing numerous fights with the bad guys.

This brings us to the gameplay. Zombie Deathmatch features nice 3D graphics and great sound that immerse you in the dark future where there’s devastation, death and sorrow. The battles you will fight are especially violent, ugly, bloody and full of mutilation. In a way Zombie Deathmatch made us feel like we are playing a new version of Mortal Kombat. So expect to see blood on the arena, kicks, punches and finally fatalities that are horrific, to say the least.

Of course, this is not to say that Zombie Deathmatch is a bad game – quite the contrary. You can see the effort spent on the game in the graphics department, in the gameplay and in the entire hopeless atmosphere that the game creates. It is just that Zombie Deathmatch is not for everyone but if you can live with the gore you will see and especially if you are a fan of this genre you will have a great time. Just don’t show this app to your kids. Apart from this – thumbs up for Zombie Deathmatch!

You can see this game here on Google Play.

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