Here's an interesting Windows Phone game...
Zombies, Run! is a game (or is a exercise app?) where you listen to missions that place you against zombies while jogging. As the mission progresses you earn or collect supplies. After your run, you use the supplies at your your base township. The town in turn uses the supplies to support growth and as your town grows, more missions become available.
Asides from the video game features, Zombies, Run! will also track your distance, time and pace of your runs. A ZombieLink is also in the works to let you view and share your running data online. The game also has Live Tile support that will send you into the game where you left off.
Zombies, Run! contains more than thirty missions that last anywhere from twenty to thirty minutes. You can play the game while jogging around the neighborhood, around a track or from a treadmill.
Zombies, Run! is an interesting way to pass the time while you're working up a sweat. The app is already seeing success on the Android and iPhone markets and the developer is excited about bring the app to the Windows Phone Marketplace. The game already has t-shirts and game blog that you can find here at the Zombies, Run! website.
Look for Zombies, Run! to hit the Windows Phone Marketplace towards the end of June with five exclusive missions to the Windows Phone OS. Zombies, Run! will be offered for $7.99 and there is no word if a trial version will be available.
Source: digitalspy; Thanks, Vanessa and Gopalan, for the tip!
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