Stay Safe During the Zombie Apocalypse with Outbreak! Zombies for Android
Yearning for a tool specifically geared at saving you from the impending Zombie Apocalypse? Well you’ve come to the right place, as XDA forum member theblacknight may have exactly what you’re looking for with the location-aware game “Outbreak! Zombies.”
In the words of the developer:
To play you simply download the app and enter a user name. You will then be randomly assigned a state, either infected or not infected. If you are not infected your goal is to survive the zombie apocalypse, if you are infected your goal is to spread the infection. Each user will be visible on a world map, and to infect someone you must be within 500 metres. Currently Dublin, Ireland is in over-run with zombies.
The game is currently in an open beta, and the developer would love to hear any and all suggestions.
Continue on to the original thread (or head over to the Android Market) to get infected…
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