If there is something even grandmother would not mind bashing the living daylights out of, it’s that horde of zombies in their grandkids’ zombie games. Zombie games are gaining popularity and their following of avid gamers playing both at home and online are on the rise. What is it with this undying gaming phenomenon and where will it spread next?
Fun Zombie Games Making A Killing
Face it. Zombie games are fun. In fact, there’s probably nothing more fun than chopping the head off an undead who wants to eat your brains and use your head for a spittoon. Well, maybe using a chainsaw to decapitate sunflower-hating and poo-poo flinging zombie. No wait. How about drowning the whole lot of them in a pool filled with gas and having an undead bonfire. Okay. So there are lots of fun ways to get rid of these mindless monsters in these killing zombie games and you know it.
Perhaps it’s the fact that these undead creatures are, well, undead that makes them such great targets. Maybe it’s because they’re squishy, crunchy and pretty determined, little buggers that even parents don’t mind whacking them one bit. Actually, whatever form or shape these zombies are, gamers simply adore them as targets of mass destruction and that there is where part of the charm of zombie killing game lies.
This gaming demand for more killing zombies games rivals even the supply of zombies that gaming companies are able to churn out – which is endless. So expect to discover more gems in the new zombie games. But while you wait for these new releases. Here’s a short list of some very popular zombie games gamers have come to love and cherish. If there’s a zombie killing game that you don’t find here, feel free to add it to the list.
- Left 4 Dead 2 (PC, Xbox 360, Mac)
- Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare (PS3, Xbox 360)
- Plants vs. Zombies (PC, PS3, Xbox 360, iOS, Android)
- Resident Evil 4 (PS3, Xbox 360, Wii)
- Dead Island (PC, PS3, Xbox 360)
- Dead Nation (PS3)
- Dead Space 2 (PC)
- Call of Duty Zombies Saga (PC, PS3, Xbox 360)
- Dead Rising 2 (PC, PS3, Xbox 360)
- The House of the Dead: Overkill (PS3, Wii)
New Zombie Games Spread The Infection
The popularity of old and new zombie games aren’t going to go down in the near future. In fact, nothing short than an actual zombie outbreak will stop gamers from playing new zombie games at home and online. So what’s a gamer to do? Well, the same thing that zombie apocalypse survivors do: keep your eyes peeled for those new zombie games and don’t let them catch you off guard.