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The movement of the main character is controlled by tilting the device to each side - the angle determines his speed. To attack, the player just has to touch the display in the direction he wants to throw his weapon.

There are three different weapons: the basketball will bounce when it hits an enemy, and can be thrown very quickly. The office chair is bigger, and can kill a great deal of zombies in its way. And the fire extinguisher will release a freezing cloud after touching an enemy, slowing all the enemies nearby.

The zombies attack using different strategies for each day. As you advance, the challenge rises - there are zombies that change their direction to avoid your attacks, others that can climb more quickly and some pesky ones that will continue climbing even after being hit by a chair. Beware the weather because a thick fog may appear and hide the zombies.
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