Does it seem like the zombies have gotten you under their gruesome charm and you just can’t get enough of them?
Here are 5 fun and addicting zombie iPhone games following the suit of the famous Plants vs. Zombies
1. No Zombies Allowed
From the creators of simulation iPhone games such as My Town 2 and My Town Animals comes another game where players can build their very own make-believe cities. And this time, the undead are involved.
The zombies are coming, and the goal in No Zombies Allowed is to protect your town against total zombie infestation. Like other simulation games, players start the game off by building businesses for the survivors, hiring other players as employees, and building houses. The city needs to keep expanding and the more places built means that more survivors will be saved. Horror arises as the zombies begin to attack and it is the player’s mission to shoot them. With each level passed, rewards of money or weapons will be received by the player.
Special features of the iPhone application allow players to finish mini tasks and missions to earn more money, match the survivors’ different personalities to the businesses that will be built for them, and to search for supplies from real world locations.The game has also been praised for its art, which has been described by some as cute and cartoony but also gruesome and creepy.
2. Zombies, Run!
For those who are finding it hard to get up and exercise, the running app called Zombies, Run! may just be what can help you get motivated. Just tie your shoes, put your headphones on, and immerse yourself in this audio adventure about brain-eating undead monsters. Stories, co-created by award-winning novelist Naomi Alderman, will be delivered to through voice recordings as you run, jog, or walk anywhere.
There are thirty available missions and forty runs worth of gameplay. There are mysteries to be uncovered as you run your way out of an upcoming zombie invasion. Collect medicine, batteries, and ammo through orders in the voice recording, and when you get home after your run, you can use your collected supplies to build your base. Build building for defense, distribute supplies to doctors, be your town’s hero by also benefitting your real life health and lifestyle.
3. Call of Mini: Zombies
Parents need to beware of Call of Mini: Zombies. Its Lego-like zombie graphics may look cute and suitable for young kids, but the use of guns and firearms involved are does not fall short on the violence.Call of Mini: Zombies has a co-op multiplayer option, which allows up to three friends to play at the same time. It uses the twin-stick shooter control scheme and it boasts of its amazing 3D visuals, wide variety of characters and weapons, and over-the-shoulder view that provides the player with a third person shooter appeal.
The town’s people are turning into flesh-eating zombies as a peculiar virus continues to infect the whole place. For those who remain to be human, the rule of the iPhone game is simple: Kill or be killed. In a series of levels, zombies arrive wave by wave. This iPhone game is divided into days and for each day, the waves of zombies become more challenging and are longer. Likewise, the rifles, machine guns, shotguns, and other weapons become progressively more powerful on each level too. The players can collect money, power-ups, and ammo in the course of this iPhone app game.
There are a total of eight expansive maps to be explored, sixteen kinds of weapons, twelve avatars- each with its own special strength, seventeen zombie breeds- examples include vomiting nurse zombies and charging linebacker zombies, and a game center and leader board which allow players to see their rankings among other players.
4. Samurai vs. Zombies Defense
Just as there are so many zombie apps available, iPhone games about our ancient warrior friends called the samurai are just about as plenty. Now what happens when you face the two camps against each other in battle? Samurai vs. Zombies Defense allows you to take on the role of the heroic samurai to defend your castle from the ancient undead monsters.
You can fight off the enemies by using a bow and arrow or a very powerful sword. You can summon other samurais, archers, swordsmen, warriors, riflemen, and heroes on horseback to help you finally send the zombies back to their graves. Attack them with your special powers which include a powerful slash attack that cuts right through the rotting body of your corpse enemy. Collect gems and coins to make your village more powerful.
Samurai vs. Zombies Defense doesn’t differ much from other castle defense games, but surely, playing the role of an ancient hero to fight off gruesome ancient zombies can only be fun. This game is free but you can choose to pay for a few extra items.
5. Infect them all: Zombies
If you’ve had enough of fighting off zombies and want to side with them for a change, Infect themall: Zombies is the game that you are looking for. Pick your type of zombie among six different playable characters and start turning everyone into a rotting corpse. Each stage comes to end when you’ve cleared everyone out.
There are fifty levels available in the strategy mode. The iPod Touch game starts out slow-paced, with only easy blonde-haired women as targets. As the levels progress, you will be faced with much more difficult targets like police officers and murderers who have weapons of their own.
Aside from these, the game features twenty-three types of human targets for you to infect, infinite stages of infinite campaign mode, a survival mode, a blitz mode, and a game center and a leaderboard. It also boasts of its amazing graphics and original effects.