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- 5 types of playable zombies
- 23 types of enemies
- Huge battle shows more than 200 units simultaneously
- 7 abilities which can be upgraded with 30 levels
- 50 stages of Normal campaign modes
- Infinite stages of Infinite campaign modes
- Survival mode aims for how long you can survive
- Blitz mode, in which  you have to gain scores as much as you can within limited time.
- Game Center/Openfeint highscore and achievements
- Support two ways of control: Tilt and D-pad
- Original sound and voice
- Outstanding Artwork.
- Twitter/Facebook publishing
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