It seems like no one can get enough zombie action these days. Who doesn’t love going on an old fashioned zombie killing spree? We covered our favorite Top 5 Zombie Games a couple of months ago, and thought it was only appropriate to share our Top 5 Zombie Apocalypse Games for iOS. The end of the world is near in these games, and it’s up to players to take out those zombies and save what’s left of the human race. Did we miss any of your favorites? Leave a comment below and let us know.
Developed by: Telltale Inc.
Universal — Free
Walking Dead: The Game has finally hit the App Store. The critically acclaimed and award-winning game series is a port from the PC version. While it doesn’t follow the same plot as the TV series, it’s still a lot of fun to play. The Walking Dead has five parts so players will have to wait for the release of the other four episodes to complete the game. The first episode takes gamers on an adventure with Lee Everett and his friend Clementine. The game is played in a choose your own adventure mode so the plot is set based on the responses to life-altering decisions. It comes complete with gory scenes of infected zombies as well as frequent and intense violence, making it suitable for gamers ages 12 and up. Read the Full Review Here.
Developed by: Triniti Interactive Limited
Universal — $0.99
Call of Mini: Last Stand (aka Call of Mini: Sniper since the last update) is a first-person shooter game developed by Triniti Interactive Limited. The game is part of an iOS series that includes other titles like Call of Mini: Zombies and Call of Mini: Double Shot. Call of Mini: Sniper is an addictive action shooting experience that all zombie lovers will enjoy. Gamers play as the Sheriff to save the civilians from the endless zombies. Rod, the Sheriff, is the last thing standing between the zombie apocalypse and survivors. Read the Full Review Here.
Developed by: The Men Who Wear Many Hats LLC
iPhone/iPod touch — $2.99
Organ Trail: Director’s Cut is a retro game that is about surviving the zombie apocalypse. The game is inspired from the original Apple II game known as Oregon Trail, which served as an educational title to teach children about 19th century pioneers. The goal in this game is to try to survive as long as possible. Players are on the road with four of their friends to find a zombie-free area out West. Not only do gamers need to kill the zombies, they also must survive by collecting supplies like fuel, food, ammo and batteries. These supplies are essential to living so you’ll want to keep a steady stock. Read the Full Review Here.
Developed by: Vault05 Inc.
Universal — Free
If you search through the App Store, it’s apparent that there are many zombie games available. If you’re one of these crazed zombie fans, you’re probably looking for a game that isn’t just another clone. Zombie Outbreak will fill that void that gamers have, and it is sure to keep you on your toes. Zombie Outbreak is a simulation game designed to help users become prepared for an emergency Zombie outbreak. This engaging quiz is has realistic questions based off research and facts and it places users in real-life situations. The concept is sure to get your heart pumping as you work hard to make the right decisions to survive the zombie infestation. Read the Full Review Here.
Developed by: Cody Johnson
iPad — $0.99
Have Car? Kill Zombies! is an arcade retro game where the goal is to… well kill zombies. This is a fast-paced throw back game that takes players to the past. It’s simple, easy-to-pick up and play and fun for short bursts of time. At the start of every game players must select from desert, suburbia, stadium and city levels. Desert is the only one that is unlocked at first as players must try to earn a bronze medal to unlock the next one. Each level features zombies and humans that run around frantically. Read the Full Review Here.