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Teenage Zombies: Invasion of the Alien Brain Thingys! Videos and Trailers - DS

Game Description:Earth has been invaded. Mankind's only hope lies in the hands of three heroes, who just happen to be teenage zombies. Step into the ultimate oddball 1950s sci-fi B-movie adventure in this bizarre DS-exclusive action saga. The human race has fallen prey to the ray guns, flying saucers, and mind-control powers of invading Alien Brain, um, Thingys. No worries. Playing as a trio of undead zombie heroes, you're more than happy to munch on the alien brain thingys that are everywhere. Swap between three main characters in platform-style play driven by a unique comicbook-style presentation. A variety of zombie-inspired mini-games and brain-friendly micro-mini-games add to the zombie antics.
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