Before there was ZombieLand there was ZombieVille

Back in July of 2009 I got a copy of Zombieville and thought it was one of the best games I’d played. And now that zombies are front and center again, it’s time to bring out Zombieville. But wait, there’s something new. Not only has the game gone through some massive updates and gotten a slew of new content, there’s an iPad version! It’s bigger and better than before with some new weapons, there’s even some vehicles you can use and you might actually find some other survivors to help you out. Once you’ve had enough fun growing zombie minions in Zombie Farm, you can flip the coin, grab your gun and ball cap and head out there to blast their damn heads off!

With the new content, Zombieville has been updated with a whole slew of new characters that have unique abilities and strengths. Some collect more money, some are stronger, some handle certain weapons better, some have better defense. Each character has a whole new look, and you can even fight off zombies while you look like a clown. F-this clown!!!

The controls have also been improved. You can switch guns with the touch of a button and breaking into homes and looting them for all they’re worth is much easier this time around as well. They’ve really taken user feedback and improved the game in a variety of ways. Lots of really good updates. I haven’t played Zombieville in awhile and clearly I’m missing out!

If you want to live the cartoon ZombieLand experience then you need to get this game. I have the iPhone version, but I’m going all in and getting the updated iPad version. It’ll be just like blowing them away in 3D! Minus the 3D part.

Here’s a quick gamplay video.

And in case you’re wondering, there are 99 grueling levels to get through, but let’s be realistic, most of us will never get there…

But we can dare to dream…

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