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For those moments when you have a spare 10 minutes and are overcome with the urge to be overwhelmed by nasty Alien Zombies, this is the game for you. It's simple. The theatre unfolds on a random lump of space scaffolding eg. A bunch of platforms. The Alien Zombies come in from everywhere thick and fast. Retro platform shoot-em-up madness ensues.

Of course, being Alien Zombies, they could look like any old mad thing... and they do! Green slimy fiends. Bullet Burping Blobbos. Flying bats. Demons. Electric do-das. Battle them with your trusted laser pop-gun and some weapons pick ups along the way for extra carnage.

FEATURES:
- Shoot-em-up platformer
- Lots of lovely Alien Zombies
- Top of the range graphics and sfx
- Special power-ups
- Earn medals to unlock new levels
- More levels coming soon
- Replay levels to beat your score
- Game Center and OpenFeint enabled
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