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Zombie Apocalypse
Game Description:In this downloadable title, players must fight to survive for 55 days during the zombie apocalypse using all manner of heavy weaponry to dispose of the undead. Burn, slice, blow up, shoot and crush hordes of zombies using traditional weapons like guns, chainsaws and flamethrowers. Players can also take advantage of environmental hazards like out of control helicopter blades and jet engines to eliminate swarms of enemies. Play online or offline with up to three other players as you attempt to eradicate the zombie outbreak, and save humanity from extinction.
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