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Zombie Apocalypse

The film was made by Syfy and The Asylum with its lead actors being VingRhames, Gary Weeks, Robert Blanche, Anya Monzikova, Johnny Pacar, Taryn Manning, and Lesley-Ann Brandt. It was released on 29 October 2011 at the SyFy Channel while its DVD release was on 27 December 2011.

The movie has been known to be virtually bereft of a plot as moviegoers know it but it is a zombie movie, after all, where the characters have only one goal in mind – to survive the apocalyptic uprising of hordes of zombies seemingly popping up from nowhere and everywhere eager for a feast of human flesh. Now, that’s a plot that the Zombie Apocalypse video game can pick up with ease considering that it belongs to the shoot ’em up genre.

It is the story of a group of survivors travelling toward an island, which is supposedly a haven for humans midst the zombie uprising, while fighting off hordes and hordes of the undead. During their travels, their proficiency with weapons and with killing zombies becomes better but many of them will die in the process.

The movie has been received well both by movie-going public and by the critics, thus, making it one of the more successful zombie movies of our time.

Zombie Apocalypse, the game, is a downloadable video game in the shoot ’em up genre – the zombies and their ilk pop up and the player is required to kill as many of the undead as possible to get high scores and advance to the next level. It was developed by Nihilistic Software, published by Konami and played both Xbox 360 (released 23 September 2009) via Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation 3 (released 24 September 2009) via the PlayStation Network.

As with many video games catering to the quickly changing tastes of gamers, the developers released a sequel in 2011 – Zombie Apocalypse: Never Die Alone.

The game is a multi-directional shoot ’em up video game. This means that the player has control over one of four characters in seven different areas across 55 levels set while rescuing survivors, gathering weapons, and killing zombies along the way. The player will be awarded with more points for his environmental kills while every five kills adds another score multiplier; it will then reset to one upon the player’s virtual death.

The player can play for the 12 trophies available. New modes can also be unlocked while playing the game.