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Jun 3, 2014 | 12:51 AM EDT
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Finally, the chase that we have all been waiting to die for!
Run all over the world with your favorite zombies chasing a hot chick!
Be the zombie that falls in love with our lovely news reporter.

From the #1 Hit Zombie flash game, Infectonator, here comes the side sequel of the game.
In this game, players will be able to control a horde of zombies going through all obstacles with utmost haste for the love of their (undead) life.

Key Features:
- Upgrade your zombie's speed, health, and many more!
- Unlock new zombies with their own unique powers!
- Collect mutation power ups and boosts and transform into powerful zombies!
- Collect coins to buy upgrades!
- Be surprised by the awesome pixel graphics that are served to you!
- Run all over the world and get that Hot Chick!



Rated 5 / 5 stars 4 days ago

Epic game


Rated 5 / 5 stars 1 month ago

I love this game!


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars July 7, 2014

Yeah, I'm not sure what TornAsunder is on. Seems to be the same number of women as men overall (as far as I can identify gender in a game like this, maybe they are ladyboys). I liked the game, but it just takes way to long to get ahead. The differences each upgrade make are way too minute. As a result, the game becomes very repetitive. I also think luck plays a large role in the success of any given run. Great idea, great visuals in keeping with the infectonator franchise, just not well executed.


Rated 2 / 5 stars July 3, 2014

TornAsunder didnt get the point, and he`s acting like an idiot.

Btw, i didnt like some things, quests repeats and some of the bugs and dont complete, some special features on shop characters dont work and you should be able to see when cars at coming at you, because when you are bolt you run that fast and you can even see them coming.


Rated 2 / 5 stars July 2, 2014

The game shares a similar concept to many other popular games, where you are rewarded money on a linear progression. You then use your coin to purchase upgrades to better your distance and coinage the next round. It is repetitive after a while but still good for wasting time.

You play as a zombie who can temporarily mutate into a variety of other undead classes. These mutations, with the exception of "swag" and "charming," are blatant influences from the Left 4 Dead franchise and they all behave as such as well. The puker mutation allows you to spit acid whereas the brute mutation turns you into a linebacker. Originality is an important aspect for game development, so alternative mutations would have been better.

The apparent goal of the game is to run down the streets of what looks like China, in pursuit of a female reporter who desperately tries to flee your grasp. She is seen throwing her clothing pieces at you from the safety of a helicopter, such as her shoes and underwear, which comes off more as a mixed signal than an actual repellent to your persistence. In the meantime, you decide to catch other humans to add to your zombie harem. By successfully catching the (female) humans, you are given health and a slight boost to your speed which is easily monitored at the top of the screen. During gameplay, you are constantly battling a health and speed meter that are constantly draining. There are obstacles in the roads, both static and dynamic, that you must avoid otherwise you will lose health and/or speed, and as you progress further through the stages, these obstacles become more persistent and common.

One observation I made almost immediately is the ratio of human women to human men. The zombie you play as exclusively targets women, and after "killing" them, they follow behind you as you chase after others. This is either subtle misogyny or perhaps the reason why the military and police forces are composed entirely of men is because we are in China and they are defending a population that is insignificantly outnumbered.

I got bored and never made it to the end, assuming there was one and it just didn't repeat stages, but from what I read, the objective results in a failure as your "love" escapes or is just forgotten. I'm not sure why the zombie chased after her for so long when there were so many other women to choose from.

To conclude, it was fun while it lasted but I doubt I'll install this game for my phone.