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The spiritual successor to Burn Zombie Burn!, AZMD! builds on the classic twin-stick shooter formula with a smattering of role-playing features.
Release Date: Mar 12, 2012
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Includes 5 items: Burn Zombie Burn!, All Zombies Must Die!, All Zombies Must Die!: Scorepocalypse , All Zombies Must Die!: Soundtrack, Burn Zombie Burn!: Soundtrack

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"An entertaining and charming twin-stick shooter”
9/10 – Dealspwn

“Tremendous fun”
8/10 – Ready Up

“Looks to be a fun little title to burn the midnight oil with and in all honesty, it plays quite brilliantly”
Destructoid

About the Game

Reload your shotgun, sharpen your sword and rev that chainsaw; Deadhill town is teeming with zombies, and it’s your job to put ‘em down! The fate of humanity rests in the hands of four unlikely heroes: Jack, the gamer; Rachel, the girl; Brian, the geek; and Luxo, the alien. Go it alone, or enlist the services of up to three like-minded chums to survive the zombie apocalypse.

The spiritual successor to Burn Zombie Burn!, All Zombies Must Die! builds on the classic twin-stick shooter formula with a smattering of role-playing features. Level up characters, complete side quests and collect items to craft deadly new weapons. There’s no shortage of options in how you choose to dispose of the undead, but the brain-chompers aren’t going to take it lying down. The shuffling cadavers come in varying shapes and sizes, and are affected by four environmental modifiers; fire, radiation, sonic and shock. Use your weapons and the environment carefully, and you might just make it out in one piece.

System Requirements

    Minimum:

    • OS:Windows XP SP3 (32 bit only)
    • Processor:2.0GHz
    • Memory:2 GB RAM
    • Graphics:Shader Model 3.0
    • DirectX®:9
    • Hard Drive:256 MB HD space

    Recommended:

    • OS:Windows 7
    • Processor:2.0GHz
    • Memory:4 GB RAM
    • Graphics:Shader Model 3.0
    • DirectX®:9
    • Hard Drive:1 GB HD space
Helpful customer reviews
6 of 7 people (86%) found this review helpful
702 products in account
44 reviews
11.7 hrs on record
"Ok i thought not another ZOMBIE game AAAAAAAAARRRRRRRRRRRRRGGGGGGGGGHHHHHHHHH" but start playing and you realise that this is one fun and entertaining little game and it has a brilliant sense of humour (not all jokes are for CHILDREN though so beware).
You start the game in the town square and it all feels a little "ZOMBIES ATE MY NEIGHBOURS" but play some more and you come to realise that it isnt that game at all and rather a sort of arcade game with slight rpg overtones in it.
Now i say slight as when you clear the first screen and get onto the next after solving a few fetch and carry missions (fun to play and not boring ones) you then have to clear the police station of all the zombies and then the police station becomes your base from which to set out from to complete missions and find the relevent items you need to upgrade the weapons you have (also when rummaging through the searchable items such as garbage cans and cupboards ECT-you find the developers cards and then you activate the "DEV CARD HUNT CHALLENGE").
Keep playing and eventually your team grows to 4 members (now i wont say what they all are so as not to spoil the surprise-YOU MIGHT BE ABLE TO GUESS WHEN PLAYING I DID) each bring different weapons to the game and also the chance to upgrade your weapons with different abbilities also,at certain points you have to play as each character as not all characters are allowed to pass all gates or complete all quests.
Now if you die whilst doing these quests and havent got through the gate to the next level,the game will put you back to the start of the level and you will have to try again (even if you did find that elusive weapon part) and this is the part of the game that frustrated me the most (but actually in a good way-READ ON) but also came to be the best gameplay element in the game.Now why do i say this,well i will tell you why and its really simple "IT MAKES YOU PLAY THE GAME BETTER AND THEREFORE GET BETTER AT IT" upto the point where no matter how many zombies are on screen you can and allways feel like you can do the next quest and beat all of the damn things.
Now this brings me to the security gates,some open straight away (and all the ones near your base open with no quest activated) but others set you an in level challenge,say to kill 10 zombies with the criket bat or set 25 zombies on fire ect but all these quests are fun and offer a little in game distraction from what you were doing at that moment.
The graphics in game are great for this sort of game (the zombies are all funny and shuffle around in typical comedy zombie fashion),the sound and music in game is also good and the script is funny but some jokes arent really aimed at the younger generation ("WHAT DID THAT GAME JUST SAY MUM" "ITS OK BILLY WILL EXPLAIN WHEN YOUR OLDER").
All in all this game is well made and adds a needed comedy injection in the arm to an allready over populated genre of game.So if your looking for another ZOMBIE game and want something a little different give this one a go and you want be dissapointed "BBRRRRAAAIINNNNNSSSS".
Posted: February 3rd, 2014
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4 of 4 people (100%) found this review helpful
1,088 products in account
51 reviews
6.8 hrs on record
Another top-down zombie shooter with very limited depth. They do try to make it a bit more interesting by having quests, a crafting system and a level up system...a super shallow RPG mechanic. It does make the game better then if it had been without those features but the game really didnt grab my interest very much but gladly it was on the short side.

The only achievement that might cause any additional work is the collectible achievement avalible in the game as the rest should unlock as long as you make sure to do all avalible quests and make sure that you spend the time to kill 500 zombies in a single level at some point.

Time to 100%: ~7 hours
Posted: January 1st, 2014
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6 of 8 people (75%) found this review helpful
830 products in account
31 reviews
13.7 hrs on record
A boring grindfest zombie shooter.

The graphics are very nice. The zombies are well designed and cute, the animations are funny to watch, and the presentation is pretty cool.

Basically, it's like the first game Burn Zombie Burn!, but with the possibility to play cooperatively with one or more friends (in local co-op). Perfect! Well unfortunately no. There's now upgradeable character stats, a lousy crafting system, and a less than appealing story.

The gameplay is exactly like BZB! so it's fun, but it gets repetitive way too quickly - and unfortunately, the game forces you to grind for hours to upgrade anything.
Posted: November 26th, 2013
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
158 products in account
7 reviews
42.2 hrs on record
A fun little shoot em up Action/RPG. You play with a top down view and, you guessed it, shoot zombies a lot. It has some neat little features and a nice progression. Decent storyline and humor. Considering how cheap it is on most steam sales, I say grab it up when you see it cheap. You will definitely get a good money:fun ratio out of this one.
Posted: November 25th, 2013
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
922 products in account
32 reviews
6.0 hrs on record
Fun twin-stick shooter with a tendency to be frustratingly hard sometimes and quite some repetition. Haven't tried, yet - but I have a feeling that the game is a lot more fun when you play it with a friend and not alone.
Posted: December 14th, 2013
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