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About the Game
Step into the sturdy boots of McJagger and take on an army of the undead! In the standalone spin-off to All Zombies Must Die!, the only thing that really matters is your score. Build your multiplier and rack up as many kills as possible to become the best zombie-slayer in Deadhill; to that end, your mission remains the same: all zombies must die.
As well infesting familiar locations such as Town Square, Shopping Mall and Surburbia, the undead have ambled their way into all new areas of Deadhill: the Military Base and Graveyard. In their bid to turn the world into a race of shuffling corpses, the zombies have stepped things up a gear for Scorepocalypse. McJagger will have to take on three new flavours of the undead: Soldier, Necro and Ghost. Our stoic hero shouldn’t be too concerned, however, there are two new weapons to help send the shufflers packing: Mini-gun and Rocket Launcher. Your score is based on a combination of two multipliers, one of which increases as you complete quests that appear organically as you play, and the other based on how many environmental modifiers you’ve managed to apply to the undead. Use fire, shock, sonic and radiation – and the environments themselves - to your full advantage, and get the highest score possible!
- OS:Windows XP SP3 (32 bit only)
- Memory:2 GB RAM
- Graphics:Shader Model 3.0
- Hard Drive:256 MB HD space
- OS:Windows 7
- Memory:4 GB RAM
- Graphics:Shader Model 3.0
- Hard Drive:1 GB HD space
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1 of 11 people (9%) found this review helpful
980 products in account
1.7 hrs on record
This game offers a really good balance of skill, difficulty increases and variety that many dual stick shooters tend to lack. There is mild humor, well designed zombies with their own "personality" and the weapons feel like they matter (though the SMG is pretty pointless). There could be a bit more description added when it talks about Chaos Time and what some of the challenges mean but it doesn't prevent progress and trial and error eventually helps you learn what it all means.
5 of 6 people (83%) found this review helpful
74 products in account
14.8 hrs on record
I hate zombies so any game were you can kill them gets my vote.Imagine robotron with zombies and you are nearly there with this one except this has tacked on rpg elements and a basic weapon customization feature.The graphics are great and really add to the comedy sound is ok with cheesy music but the zombie voices and weapon sounds are well done.I've enjoyed it so far it's great trying to better your scores. if you can pick it up in the sales and you enjoy twin stick shooters then this is a great little arcade game,not essential by any means but it was worth the $2 i paid for it.