I, Zombie (PC) review
"The fact it is so short is actually a positive in disguise"
I was quite excited when I first saw I, Zombie for sale. A casual game centered around controlling your own shuffling army of zombies to cause havoc? What’s not to love?
You start off with your own singular little zombie and you are given your first tutorial mission. This mission ensures you know how to use the directional keys and understand the basic concept that if you are a zombie and try to close to an unarmed human, they will run from you. And if for some reason you manage to stand just long enough next to them, well… you just made a new zombie friend.
After the tutorial and the first couple of levels, you realise what I,Zombie will be all about - a combination of a stealth and puzzling, with a brief element of RTS. All in all, it is a relatively short game, with only 20 levels. However, level design is solid. It has a nice learning curve and level difficulty increases gradually. The soundtrack, in its never ending loop combines well with I,Zombie , and the visuals are quite nice for this little game. I particularly like the main zombie design, as it sort of reminds me a Tim Burton meets Simpsons combination. I suppose Danny Elfman had already set that link before, so perhaps that concept isn't so far fetched.
Community review by Latinnus (March 06, 2016)
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