Android Game: Zombie Run!
Like we saw the other day with PacMap, games are being made that use your location and map. Much like PacMap, XDA member samrat_naresh has posted “Zombie Run!” which is a game that uses your location and places zombies around you which you have to run away from. Its an interesting concept that we have seen many times. As quoted from the OP, here is what it’s all about:
The Zombie Run! is a game which uses Zombie Finder as a survival tool for people living in a zombie-infected area. It displays the location of nearby zombies, helping you safely navigate your urban or rural area. This is fun game for passing time.
It’s pretty fun but make sure you have plenty of room to run around, also be careful running around while looking at your phone. To learn more check out the discussion thread or download it off the market by searching for “Zombie Run!”.
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