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- Real-time isometric tactical mobile gaming on Android, iOS, PC, Mac and Linux
- Single-player and Co-operative multiplayer modes for up to 4 players
- Choose how to increase your necromantic powers as you progress through the game
- Command different types of zombies, each with unique strengths and weaknesses
- Defeat the obnoxious yet amusing survivors, who gain experience as they kill zombies
- Cast a variety of spells that help your minions or hinder your enemies
- Fight across 50 levels in 5 different environments
- Rating system that challenges players to gain trophies and unlock bonus stages
- No DRM or microtransactions at all!
- No internet connection required after installation for single-player or LAN multiplayer
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