Zombie Wars

What are the visuals that come to our mind when we hear of Zombies and Aliens? You will picture dead people walking with the eyes and hands falling out or the ET type. How about blasting them off with a gun? It sounds good. The game Zombie Wars wars give you exactly that. It’s a sequel to the game Alien Carnage. The Zombie like aliens have invaded our planet again and we have to get rid of these sick creatures and make our home planet safe again. It does sound like an exciting mission and we have to go through many obstacles on the way enhancing the thrill of the game. The Player will be armed with various guns and other weapons that get advanced as we go through each level of the game. The Player has the responsibility of rescuing the lives of the hostages as well. Zombie Wars have a good sound score to support the overall theme of the game with many interesting characters. Through the various levels, there are exciting bonuses waiting for the players as well as traps that could make it more nerve cracking. The game is multileveled and has updates version when compared to its previous version.
Developed by:
Gee Whiz! Entertainment
Gee Whiz! Entertainment was a development studio based in Brisbane, Australia. It was formed in 1996 by the partners John Passfield and Steve Stamatiadis.
Multiplayer:
No Multiplayer
Platform:
Windows 95
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