Willkommen in der heißen Welt von Burn Zombie Burn! Hier werden die Untoten zu Tode gegrillt. Das Ziel ist simpel: Sie müssen Bruce am Leben erhalten, der versucht Daisy zu beschützen und zugleich so viele Punkte wie möglich sammeln. Im Weg stehen (oder besser gesagt trotten) nur die stinkenden, verrotteten und dummen Zombies.
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Veröffentlichung: 12. Aug. 2010

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“Burn Zombie Burn ist ein spaßiger kleiner Zombie-Shooter mit ansprechenden Spielmodi und einer Menge Action.”
7/10 – GameZone

“BZB erhält eine Auszeichnung dafür, spaßig und süchtig machend zu sein, während es gleichzeitig auch herausfordernd ist. Und mit einem Preis von $9.99, bietet BZB eine Menge Bumm fürs kleine Geld.”
9/10 – Relyonhorror.com

“Es ist ein unterhaltsamer kleiner Zombie Arcade-Slayer, ähnlich wie Castle Crashers, und ich weiß jetzt schon, dass ich viele Stunden mit dem Spiel verbringen werde. Mein Rat: Kaufen.”
Crispy Gamer

“...ermöglicht es Spielern das zu spielen, was alle Spieler mit gutem Geschmack mögen - ein gutes Shoot-em-up.”
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Über dieses Spiel

Willkommen in der heißen Welt von Burn Zombie Burn! Hier werden die Untoten zu Tode gegrillt.

Das Ziel ist simpel: Sie müssen Bruce am Leben erhalten, der versucht Daisy zu beschützen und zugleich so viele Punkte wie möglich sammeln. Im Weg stehen (oder besser gesagt trotten) nur die stinkenden, verrotteten und dummen Zombies. Aber zum Glück ist unser Held Bruce gut gesittet und kann seineWaffen im vollen Ausmaß nutzen. Brennen, Prügeln, Verstümmeln, Sprengen, Zerhacken und Vernichten ist Bruce's Motto, um nicht selbst Abendschmaus der Zombies zu werden...

Brennende Zombies sind sehr viel schneller und gefährlicher als ihre normalen Artgenossen. Jedoch verlieren diese bessere Gegenstände und bringen doppelte Punktzahl - also Anstecken, Abräumen und Spaß haben.


Hauptmerkmale:

  • Eine Horde verschiedener Zombietypen - Sie treten gegen tanzende, explodierende, gepanzerte, ansteckende und feuerspuckende Superzombies an.
  • Eine große Auswahl von Waffen - Schlagstöcke, Schusswaffen aller Art und Größe, Kettensägen, Flammenwerfer, Rasenmäher, Brain-Gun, Groovy-Dance-Gun sind die Mittel der Vernichtung
  • Ein riesiger roter Knopf beschert Ihnen neue einzigartige Levelevents, nachdem Sie eine Waffenkombination nutzen
  • Eine gesunde Auswahl von Sprengstoffen - verbessern Sie Ihr TNT und steigern damit die Kraft des explosiven Gemisches und der Mienen
  • Ein Haufen von Errungenschaften - Munition, Schutz für Daisy, Amokläufe, Geschwindigkeit, Zeit, TNT, verschiedene Sprengstoffe und Gesundheitsverstärker
  • 6 grenzenlose Spielorte - Urwald, Friedhof, Vorstadt, Drive-Inn Kino, Militärbasis und ein geheimes Labor sind alles Orte an denen Sie gegen Zombies kämpfen
  • 3 Spielmodi - Freies Spiel, Beschütze Daisy, Zeitspiele
  • 10 Herausforderungen mit abwechselnden Spielarten
  • Super freischaltbare Boni inklusive verschiedener Rendering-Modi
  • Ein Sarg gefüllt mit Errungenschaften, die im Spiel gesammelt werden

Systemanforderungen

    Minimum:

    • Betriebssystem: Windows XP (Servicepack 3), Windows Vista, Windows 7
    • Prozessor: 1.8 GHz, Dual Core
    • Speicher: 2 GB RAM
    • Grafik: DirectX® 9 kompatible Grafikkarte. 512 MB, Shadermodel 3.0
    • DirectX®: DirectX® 9
    • Festplatte: 2 GB frei
    • Soundkarte: DirectX® 9 kompatibel Soundkarte
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Farshad
( 0.1 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 17. Juni
I have a couple of dozen games that were so bad I've created a garbage category (garbage is polite) and stopped playing them in minutes. Some I can't review since I haven't even put in the required 5 minutes they were so bad.
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Irredine
( 0.1 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 15. Mai
This is an arcade style game. From what I played, it did well with what you would expect from an arcade game such as the action pacing, score oriented goal and power-ups on the map. As far as I can tell, it doesn't offer a storyline/plot, but that wouldn't be a big detraction from an arcade game. Unfortunately, I didn't enjoy the game because I was easily defeated frequently as a result of both the controls for xbox controler and mouse/keyboard. The controls are not as natural as I would like it and it is difficult to strafe fire and maneuver the character avoiding the enemies at the same time. Unexpectedly, the mouse/keyboard was easier than the gamepad, simply because the gamepad left stick moves the character, but the right stick does not control aim. As a result, I had to run forward into enemies shooting as my only move-and-shoot option with gamepad. However, the keyboard allows you to strafe-and-shoot as you would expect of a zombie defense game. Unfortunately, I couldn't move the character in any other direction than cardinal directions (North, S, E, W).

Simply put, i felt the controls were conflicting too much with my manueverability and being able to attack at the same time. I didn't feel interested in continuing or attempting to adapt to the controls because I was off put by them.
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EvilLost
( 2.1 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 20. April
An amusing little shooter that has very little content to offer and gets old fast.

$10 is simply too much for this title. It is more appropriately priced at less than $3.
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Asatas - Cookiemonster
( 0.2 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 18. April
Broken beyond good and evil
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ownosourus
( 59.5 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 10. März
Everybody loves killing zombies. Whether it’s in the first person like Left 4 Dead, third person a la Resident Evil, or top down as with Burn Zombie Burn! there’s something about their mass pack mentality that ensures a massive smile whenever your baseball bat meets their heads. Perhaps it’s because we don’t see these poor, brainless drones as humans or whether it’s just a simple survival instinct kicking in because we’re often surrounded by dozens of them at once.

It’s this mass horde attitude that plays off so well with Burn Zombie Burn! as your character, Bruce, is constantly outnumbered by more of the undead than we’ve ever seen in a videogame. Not only that but the basic AI employed by these zombies is actually more scary than if they actually had anything other than a lemming-like “follow follow”, especially when the screen is filled with a hundred of the little buggers. It might seen like an oxymoron, but the dumber zombies are the better the game. I’ll tell you why.

Burn Zombie Burn! isn’t just about dispatching these sad but aggressive beings with clips full of bullets: it’s cunningly technical and whilst yes you’ll manage to get through the game bluffing it, for the high scores and the in the zone feeling that you’re playing it the way it’s meant to be played you’ll need deft dexterity and the ability to quickly think on your feet. It’s all about the combos and the clever, titular Burn! mechanic.

Simply put, dead zombies drop pickups. These pickups can be significantly more powerful if said zombies were burnt alive instead of just shot, sliced or beaten – Bruce can switch between whatever main weapon he has (be that a shotgun, a baseball bat or a submachine gun, for example) and his trusty stick of burning wood. Touch a zombie with your torch out, so to speak, and they’ll instantly ignite, and any neighbouring undead will also begin to burn, like a particular nasty virus.

Once alight the pickings become richer, leading to TNT and other massively destructive items that can hugely influence your eventual score. Burning zombies, however, are faster and more deadlier and thus the game instinctively requires you to manage the danger levels against the possible rewards. Other mechanics come into play, such as specific weapon combos requiring you to not swap out your gun should you run out of ammo, and these all run in parallel with each other transferring an otherwise basic set of game rules into something much more complex.

This doesn’t ever get in the way of the action, though, which is relentless. Throughout the game’s modes the zombies come thick and fast and although Burn Zombie Burn! isn’t a twin stick shooter in the strictest sense of the word, with the lock-on button pressed and held in you can almost play it like one if you so desire. DoubleSix wanted you to look at this game as more of an old school 16-bit style shooter though, with the character firing forwards at all times, so work through the tutorial slowly and take in everything the game has to offer and the controls will become second nature quickly enough.

Visually it’s actually quite nice. The environments are spooky and play up to the obvious clichés, as do the characters and even the weapons, but they’re solid and smooth enough to impress and despite the game engine managing to throw around 120 zombies at once the frame rate holds up perfectly. The sound is also exactly as you’d expect, cheesy but good humoured music complimented by a raft of moans and groans peppered with the crack from your machine gun is all we could have wished for. The game also offers a split screen multiplayer which is great fun.

So, another quality title just perfect for those afternoons when all you want to do is take our your anger on a pack of hungry zombies. Burn Zombie Burn! is well produced, smartly priced, great fun and a nice addition to anyone’s game libarary. The risk-reward nature of the gameplay in Burn Zombie Burn is enough to make the player return for more, if not the adrenaline inducing intensity. Whilst the task may, on the face of it, look repetitive, it never feels tired or boring to play. If high-score chasing gives you pleasure, then Burn Zombie Burn comes highly recommended.
Hilfreich? Ja Nein Lustig
Johnny | B
( 20.8 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 28. Januar
An sich ein echt witziges Spiel, wäre es nicht so verbuggt, auf der ps3 gabs nen multiplayer mit splitscreen, nicht so bei der PC Version.

Wenn man die Kettensäge benutzt hat man schwarze kästchen vor einen die das ganze bild verdecken.
Wirklich schlecht umgesetzt.

So wie ich das mitbekommen habe gibt es auch keine Support für das Game
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Zhiu
( 2.7 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 27. Januar
1/5 stars.

Isn't even fun when playing with friends...
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notafan
( 40.5 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 26. Dezember 2015
nah.
Hilfreich? Ja Nein Lustig
Woz
( 0.3 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 14. November 2015
An earlier game from the people that later created All Zombies Must Die. The huge issue with this is that it supports controller but does not support the right stick. What is the point of a twin stick shooter and not support twin sticks.

Avoid at ALL costs, All Zombies Must Die!: Scorepocalypse is the better version and even that is kind of dull. I actually liked All Zombies Must Die! (RPG version) but that has been pulled from steam.
Hilfreich? Ja Nein Lustig
Gabriel Syme
( 0.8 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 31. Oktober 2015
Ich habe mehr Zeit damit verbracht zu versuchen dieses Spiel von meinem Account zu entfernen als es tatsächlich zu spielen. Durchweg mies.
Hilfreich? Ja Nein Lustig
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3.4 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 25. November 2013
"Burn Zombie burn!" der Name ist Programm und gesellt sich zu tollen Spieletiteln wie "Orcs must die!" in dem man, wie der Name vermuten lässt Orcs töten muss, großartig.
Im Prinzip geht es also auch nur darum unmengen von Zombies abzumetzeln, dazu stehen einem verschiedene Waffen zur Verfügung.
Wieviele Wellen überlebst Du?
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3 von 4 Personen (75 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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0.6 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 25. November 2013
Eines der schlimmsten Ports die ich je gesehen habe, <=20FPS (!).
Und obwohl es wie ein Twin-Stick-Shooter aussieht ist es keiner, zumindest mit dem Controller. Mit dem linken Stick läuft man, mit einer der L-Tasten zielt man (Auto-Aim des nächsten Gegners) und mit RT schießt man dann (der rechte Stick hat nichts zu sagen).
Mit M+T habe ich es dann gar nicht erst probiert.
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10.3 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 30. August 2015
Kurzweilig, rachsüchtig, nicht aufgeben wollen, ein guter Einstieg in die Zombiewelt
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1 von 4 Personen (25 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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0.8 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 31. Oktober 2015
Ich habe mehr Zeit damit verbracht zu versuchen dieses Spiel von meinem Account zu entfernen als es tatsächlich zu spielen. Durchweg mies.
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59.5 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 10. März
Everybody loves killing zombies. Whether it’s in the first person like Left 4 Dead, third person a la Resident Evil, or top down as with Burn Zombie Burn! there’s something about their mass pack mentality that ensures a massive smile whenever your baseball bat meets their heads. Perhaps it’s because we don’t see these poor, brainless drones as humans or whether it’s just a simple survival instinct kicking in because we’re often surrounded by dozens of them at once.

It’s this mass horde attitude that plays off so well with Burn Zombie Burn! as your character, Bruce, is constantly outnumbered by more of the undead than we’ve ever seen in a videogame. Not only that but the basic AI employed by these zombies is actually more scary than if they actually had anything other than a lemming-like “follow follow”, especially when the screen is filled with a hundred of the little buggers. It might seen like an oxymoron, but the dumber zombies are the better the game. I’ll tell you why.

Burn Zombie Burn! isn’t just about dispatching these sad but aggressive beings with clips full of bullets: it’s cunningly technical and whilst yes you’ll manage to get through the game bluffing it, for the high scores and the in the zone feeling that you’re playing it the way it’s meant to be played you’ll need deft dexterity and the ability to quickly think on your feet. It’s all about the combos and the clever, titular Burn! mechanic.

Simply put, dead zombies drop pickups. These pickups can be significantly more powerful if said zombies were burnt alive instead of just shot, sliced or beaten – Bruce can switch between whatever main weapon he has (be that a shotgun, a baseball bat or a submachine gun, for example) and his trusty stick of burning wood. Touch a zombie with your torch out, so to speak, and they’ll instantly ignite, and any neighbouring undead will also begin to burn, like a particular nasty virus.

Once alight the pickings become richer, leading to TNT and other massively destructive items that can hugely influence your eventual score. Burning zombies, however, are faster and more deadlier and thus the game instinctively requires you to manage the danger levels against the possible rewards. Other mechanics come into play, such as specific weapon combos requiring you to not swap out your gun should you run out of ammo, and these all run in parallel with each other transferring an otherwise basic set of game rules into something much more complex.

This doesn’t ever get in the way of the action, though, which is relentless. Throughout the game’s modes the zombies come thick and fast and although Burn Zombie Burn! isn’t a twin stick shooter in the strictest sense of the word, with the lock-on button pressed and held in you can almost play it like one if you so desire. DoubleSix wanted you to look at this game as more of an old school 16-bit style shooter though, with the character firing forwards at all times, so work through the tutorial slowly and take in everything the game has to offer and the controls will become second nature quickly enough.

Visually it’s actually quite nice. The environments are spooky and play up to the obvious clichés, as do the characters and even the weapons, but they’re solid and smooth enough to impress and despite the game engine managing to throw around 120 zombies at once the frame rate holds up perfectly. The sound is also exactly as you’d expect, cheesy but good humoured music complimented by a raft of moans and groans peppered with the crack from your machine gun is all we could have wished for. The game also offers a split screen multiplayer which is great fun.

So, another quality title just perfect for those afternoons when all you want to do is take our your anger on a pack of hungry zombies. Burn Zombie Burn! is well produced, smartly priced, great fun and a nice addition to anyone’s game libarary. The risk-reward nature of the gameplay in Burn Zombie Burn is enough to make the player return for more, if not the adrenaline inducing intensity. Whilst the task may, on the face of it, look repetitive, it never feels tired or boring to play. If high-score chasing gives you pleasure, then Burn Zombie Burn comes highly recommended.
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5 von 6 Personen (83 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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2.4 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 30. April 2014
The mechanism to score is quite interesting, since only burning zombies give a multiplicator. However, these burning zombies are more dangerous. I like this mechanism.
Unfortunately the game itself becomes boring after a short time, since it is really always the same. After 30min one has seen almost everything the game offers. There is no interesting story, no nice rewards, nothing which keeps my motivation. In addition, I don't like the crosshair, which is a glowing cursor. I had to search it all the time in the hordes of zombies. Hence, from my side no recommendation.
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8 von 12 Personen (67 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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0.5 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 17. Juli 2014
An hectic little top down zombie game with huge hordes and over the top weapons. Fun for a half hour or so, but otherwise, not worth the dosh.
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9 von 14 Personen (64 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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0.5 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 29. März 2014
I ♥♥♥♥ing hate this game for purely one reason.
No matter how great or cheap a game is when you do the tutorial you make sure you state what the controls are. The tutorial goes as normal until you realise they never told you which key does what. Also playing this need a gamepad/controller, want to play with a keyboard and mouse? You might as well just bash random keys.
That being said this game have some enjoyable moments, it is quite challenging after a while but at the same time it can get quite boring. This is also the only game where I want multiplayer.
No matter how cheap this game is it's not worth it.
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2 von 2 Personen (100 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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0.6 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 20. August 2015
A fun little arena shoot em up.
If you like this type of game, pick it up when it's on sale.
I couldn't really recommend it at it's full price, but definitely grab it when it's on sale if you're an avid zombie fan like me.
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4 von 6 Personen (67 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
Nicht empfohlen
1.3 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 7. Juni 2013
Just couldn't get into it. It played well, fun to kill mass hordes of zombies, but something was missing...

Perhaps I needed freinds or to play online with strangers. I played an 1.5 hours and unlocked the third mission and found myself not wanting to play it.

The basic idea is there is an "Arena" level you fight as long as you can until you die. So there is no exploration, no true bosses (big zombie that farts fire though), and each level is nothing more thn a different layout but more of the same.

You can only progress if you get a high enough score to unlock the next area. I spent 45 minutes on one level with a scote off 850,000 and still only got a bronze to unlock the third level.

Overall it is not a bad game, but the fast paced arena combat to get really high scores can make your brain tired because the combat keeps ramping higher and higher with no slow down or breaks. So you can spend an hour in maximum focus... perhaps I am too old for this, lmao !

Not bad, but not for me I guess. And I normally like Smash TV type gameplay and arena combat.
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