Another day, another Zombie themed video game. This time Los Angeles based CatFoster Media released Zombie Burst on the iOS platform priced at $0.99. Consumers can also buy Mrs. O’Leary’s (Chicago Fire) lantern for an additional $0.99.
Thanks to a global water filtration system gone amuck, 89% of the world’s population now wobbles on the streets as zombies with giant pimple heads. How do you terminate the zombies? You squeeze their heads by pinching your fingers together on the touch screen like popping a pimple. We think the pimple popping game mechanic offers unique game play but would love to get other game players opinion of the game.
Here’s the description from CatFoster Media:
As the desired bait in Zombie Burst prepare yourself for hungry ghoul attacks! Use your freakishly strong hands against the ruthless biting machines by bursting their brains with your skull crushing pinch in order to fight your way out of Chicago. Dominate the leaderboards as you play through ten gut wrenching levels, bursting countless brains and wiping away the goo of the Zombies in order to unlock achievements, score points and claim victory in this dreadfully addictive adventure!
Additional Haunting Zombie Burst Game Features Include:
Four Zombie Classifications to Annihilate: Pea Head, Brains, Gallon and Dome – each has its own unique strengths and characteristics that make it difficult to catch and kill
Goo Galore: Every bursting brain splatters goo on the screen making it increasingly harder to see the enemies; be quick to clean the screen or suffer deadly bites
10 Levels: Destroy thousands of zombies through 10 challenging unlockable levels, each set in environments inspired by real Chicago locations and landmarks from a dismal bathroom and monumental movie theater to a glowing gas station and legendary Lower Wacker Drive.
Lethal Leaderboards: Become the ultimate zombie destroyer and track your achievements and rank in Game Center; increase your standing as you replay unlocked levels
Bonus Content: Keep the zombie battle fresh with new levels, characters and in-game content released through updates shortly after launch