Brains beware, Zombie Tsunami arrives on Windows Phone 8

Zombie Tsunami is an endless runner styled platform game where you race through a city with your hungry horde of zombies, attacking and devouring citizens along the way.

The game receives 4.5 stars over on iOS and Android platforms. In the short time we’ve spent with the Windows Phone 8 game, it is only a matter of time before Zombie Tsunami shares the same success on our platform.

Zombie Tsunami Menu

You begin the game with a single zombie running through the city streets, chasing down citizens. The more people you bite and add to your undead procession, the longer the tsunami becomes. The goal is to travel as far as you can and convert as many brains as possible.

Zombie Tsunami Game Play

Gaming features includes:

  • Eight different power-ups and bonuses to help your zombie crew run further and destroy more
  • Over three hundred missions to conquer
  • Nine worldwide locations to stampede through

Game play is easy. You jump the zombie horde by tapping the screen to avoid pitfalls along the road that include land mines, breaks in the roadway, and changes in roadway levels. When you have strong enough of a zombie group, you can turn over trucks, cars and other vehicles to eat the survivors inside.

Zombie Tsunami Score

Power-ups include a tsunami wave that will advance your crew along the street at an accelerated and indestructible pace, activate a giant zombie with laser shooting eyeballs, and more. You also have coins that can be collected and spent in the game’s store to buy bonus items and gear.

Graphics are well done, game play challenging and overall Zombie Tsunami comes across as a fun Windows Phone 8 game (including low-memory devices). Zombie Tsunami is a free game and you can find it here in the Windows Phone Store.

Thanks, oissela and everyone else, for the tip!

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George Ponder

George is the Reviews Editor at Windows Central, concentrating on Windows 10 PC and Mobile apps. He's been a supporter of the platform since the days of Windows CE and uses his current Windows 10 Mobile phone daily to keep up with life and enjoy a game during down time.