Generally, about 99% of the time, when we talk about a zombie game it is usually us playing as the humans trying to survive in some fashion against hordes of evil zombies, usually done by mowing them down with a plethora of weaponry. However did we ever stop to think that perhaps the zombies have feeling to and are just trying to survive?
In a new game called Plight of the Zombies from SparkPlug Games, you will be controlling the zombies, helping them to survive against the evil humans who just want to mercilessly kill them all. See the zombies are just hungry and they can't help it that they have an endless need to eat brains and other organs. It is truly a sad thing to experience.
Plight of the Zombies Features:
- Play over 30 deliciously brainy puzzles - Be one with your inner zombie as you nom on yummy brains - Support a savory cause by helping end zombie hunger - Appetizing store with plenty of tasteful accessories for your zombies - Available initially on Android platforms by Q2 2012, iOS by Q3 - It’s free! Some people say there’s no such thing as a free lunch. The developers beg to differ...
Plight of the Zombies is an action-strategy game where you will be controlling the zombies by drawing lines in order to make them move in certain directions. Sort of like a chess game, except instead of taking the other players pieces, you are just eating the AI character's brains. You have a few different types of zombies to control, some of which can smash through walls. Of course it doesn't help to eat brains and make your way to safety if you end up getting shot and dieing so be careful of the humans with guns.
This is a pretty original game in concept and looks like it will be a lot of fun to play when it is released. Plight of the Zombies will be completely free when it is launched and is due out mid-2012 onto Android first before arriving on iOS shortly after. Check out the trailer below to see the game in action.
AndrewH - Andrew is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of DroidGamers. Having been a hardcore PC and console gamer all his life, this passion is now applied to Android gaming and writing about it. When not playing or writing about Android games, he spends his time with his son.