Zombie World War

Zombie World War

Can you guess what Zombie World War is all about? We bet you can but you can’t guess how brutal this game can be.

Zombie World War takes you to a fantasy future world where everything is infested with zombies. It is your task to dispatch of as many zombies as you can and to do so you get to use a number of cool weapons. Survive the wave of zombies, get money, upgrade your weapon and then repeat the cycle – this is everything Zombie World War is all about.

The app is not a bad one, though, so don’t get us wrong. This is the perfect game for people who simply want to shoot the bad guys. Here you will do this a lot. In fact this game reminds us very much of a popular PC game of a few years ago called Left 4 Dead. Well, things are pretty much the same here, except that this time you get to command a single person with a single machine gun nest and that everything is in 2D only.

There isn’t that much else to say about Zombie World War as we are sure your imagination has given you enough correct suggestions as to what the game is all about. We’ll just add that there will be carnage inside the game and that with each level passed things get tougher. So good luck and try to survive for as long as you can.

Zombie World War is here on Google Play so you can take a look at it if you feel interested.

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