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Zig Zag Zombie


“a physics-based puzzle game that will have you dancing around the lunch table for brains” -App Advice

“The cross between the fun art style and all of the creative puzzles, the game really just draws you in.” -Chris Kokkinos

“a fun game that fits well into the ‘three star puzzler’ genre of mobile gaming” -Inside Mobile Apps

Zig Zag Zombie is a totally new type of puzzle game. Aim your characters with unique Radial Aiming, in which you drag them in a circle. When you press GO, they fly in any direction that you set them.

Zomb is a normal high school kid with a problem…he’s a Zombie! But at least he has good friends! And they all have unique powers to help Zomb fight back against the Anti-Monster Squad, a group of grownups who don’t want monsters to have fun!
–Zora, the only human who likes the monsters
–Frank, a Frankenstein monster
–Haunt, a ghost
–Rocko, a rocket monster
–Vamp, a vampire with fire hair!
–Bomber, a bomb with an explosive personality!

–60 Monstrous Levels!
–Three cool worlds: Monster School, Ghost Graveyard, and Evil Lab!
–Regular Updates
–Cute monster characters, all with their own unique powers!
–Creative Levels with crazy obstacles
–SECRET Levels, unlockable by collecting brains!
–Beautiful Backgrounds and Cinema Scenes
–Twitter show-off messages to your friends when you beat a level!
–Game Center leaderboards

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