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3 modes now included
* Classic - wave after wave of zombies are coming to get you, how many can you take out?
* 28 Waves Later - a more intense level for the seasoned zombie hunter who is not afraid to jump in at the deep end. No special egg bombs to bail you out!
* Time Attack - Set in the dark woods you start with a 2 minute countdown. Aim for the head for bonus time and high scores. Hurry up!
* Game Center support with Leaderboards for each mode
* Native Retina Display support
* Automatic detection of device orientation
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