ZombieBolt

ZombieBolt

ZombieBolt is a game that looks like it will offer some fast-paced zombie action, like killing zombies or something else. We have seen and played such games before so we expected something more of the same.

Well, we had a surprise once again! We saw it coming – ZombieBolt is just around 10 MB in size and you know well that such games or apps do not bring a lot of content. ZombieBolt is not an exception – the game comes with 2D graphics only, a simple interface and simple gameplay that won’t take you even a minute to grasp. Here’s what happens – there’s a zombie that stands on the ground and falling walls. You have to move the zombie to safety (read holes in the falling walls) in order to help it survive. Do it again and again and again until you die – and you will for sure since the game gets tougher by the minute.

Interested? You might be. As you can see ZombieBolt does not offer a lot but the game can be a perfect choice when you have some time to kill. If you want to have some serious gaming, though, then look elsewhere.

ZombieBolt is here on Google Play.

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