by Peter Warrior, Appszoom
There was a lab where a cure for gamer MMO addiction went wrong. Result? Zombies, of course. In order to not spoil the story, which is quite enjoyable thanks to a lovely comic like cutscenes, let's jump over the prologue and dive into Zomnomnom's gameplay, which is exactly an active defense game: you have to defend the leftmost part of the screen from the incoming waves of zombies coming from the right. To do so, choose any of your weapons and tap on your target zombie to shoot him down.
Gameplay becomes interesting when you realize how important is to change weapons depending on which kind of zombie approaches, how important ammo is and how tired is to swing a bat against a horde. This tap-to-shoot, long-tap-to fire a burst and swipe-to-hit with a melee weapon is the best attraction of this game, and that's why a simple gameplay becomes so addictive.
Although we'd like there were even more levels (50 so far), more zombies, more playable characters and some kind of screen cleaner magic, we just say so because there's no harm in asking. Game's fun as hell, and assures hours of zombie-killing fun. Recommended both for usual defense gamers and anyone who wants to discover the genre. Indeed, as it's an excellent casual game no matter how you look at it, we would recommend it to anyone with brain...you know what I mean.
Tags: zomnomnom game
by Peter , Appszoom
Oct 25, 2012
from 517 reviews