Zombie Burst Bursts Onto iPhone For Free Today Only

iOS users are somewhat familiar with zombie-killing games as of now. From Plants v.s. Zombies to Zombies Run! to Call of Duty: Zombies, there is a zombie game for every application that is on the AppStore, it seems like.

Add one more zombie game to the list, because Zombie Burst is looking to extend your zombie fixation for just a while longer.

While the game did launch on May 30, 2012, the game is completely free for only today.  A new zombie game is cool enough, but when they’re free, too? You just have to download it.

The game is a pinch-and-play style of game; youdon’t move around in the world, you simply squeeze the noggins of the ones trying to gnaw on your noggin. The zombies advance towards you while you frantically try to squeeze them to death. And when they do die, their head juice splats on the screen decreasing visibility.

The game also has a light story floating above the game, making it a bit more playable than it otherwise would be. The story is only told through text, but that’s more than most other zombie games that give you a gun and zombies to kill. The game also offers wonderfully hand-drawn scenes and characters.

Zombie Burst is compatible with iPhone (3GS, 4, 4S) and iPod touch (3rd and 4th gen), is completely free today, June 26, and has a 4/5 star rating on the AppStore. Kudos to Christine Tseng for the free-game promotion!

If free zombie games interest you, download the 57.6MB file.

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