Ruuunnnn! The Zombies Are Everywhere!
When I first saw this game I thought, "Nawwww, not for me"...
and passed it by. Mistake! I recently bothered to read the reviews and thought "Oh, heck why not?" So, I downloaded it.
I'm so glad I did, it's such a fun game, the story line is humorous and the graphics nicely done in comic book style.
Lots of color, nice progression from one locale to the next and challenging enough to make you strive for those 3 gold stars. The music is great and makes you smile too. It's fitting to the story and not darkly depressing. After 20 minutes I had to stop and buy it and have been enjoying it immensely.
There are various power ups you can buy with the coins you earn during play, and the sound of the coins hitting the ground - tinkle tinkle just adds to the fun, I didn't find it annoying given the intent of the devs;- to have Fun.
Nice change from serious, give it a try!
September 23, 2014
I Love This Game!
I have a few solitaire games to break up the monotony of one HOPA game after the other (HOPAs are my favs). This game is one of the best in the genre. I love the silly, but cute story line; the repetitious, but strangely compelling music; the zany, but adorable graphics; and the easy, yet rewarding game play.
Not being a 'pro' at solitaire, the game was not so easy that I didn't have to strategize a few times, ie. where to spend my coins and which pile to blow up first. I even lost a time or two. It was all in good fun. Getting out of a zombie-infested city and onto a safe island has never been such a hoot.
Btw, at the end, a cartoon girl is 'topless', but she's behind a large grill lid and you can't see anything. You wouldn't even know she was bare if she wasn't holding up a little black object that looks vaguely like a swim top. Nothing to offend or excite, unless you have the most sensitive of sensibilities. I wouldn't have even noticed, except another reviewer made a big deal out of it.
All in all, this is a keeper and one that I will play again. Thanks, Big Fish!
October 28, 2013
Fun and Different Solitare
Lots of fun, and surprisingly challenging.
October 10, 2013
Luv this game
This is fun. Simple, good graphics, good music and sound. The game is easy in the early play and gets more challenging in later levels. You buy power ups. One trick to make money - go back to earlier level (1 - 3) and play them to make easy money for the later levels. No timed levels, fun mini games. Just enjoyable.
October 14, 2013
funny game - kill the zombi :-) music is very bad and dont fit into the game
October 3, 2013
I thought this might be a cool game that I would place once. Boy was I wrong. I keep playing this game over and over, even after finishing it.
August 25, 2014
What will they think of next?? Played demo...in shopping for solitaire today, this is one of the better ones. Lots of great power ups to earn or can buy according to levels accomplished. I thought the blood splats for a lost game were humorous. Even had a map, but I don't think it was needed. Really enjoyed my hour and will purchase when good sale comes along. Love solitaire games with extra added attractions, as sometimes card games quickly becoming boring.
August 12, 2014
I do enjoy this type of solitaire. it has some fun mini-games that start each new area. I like this game. It is fun, challenging, clear graphics. the one thing I do not like is the bouncing balls, too much noise. I would have liked to have seen different types of solitaire within this game. But all in all I would recommend this game for the times when you don't want to play a serious game
January 13, 2014
A Zombie Mission Of Fun!
I love the graphics. music & of course, the Zombies. Neat items to buy at the 'store' to help you throughout your Zombie Card Attack Missions. Good Zombie weapons are a strategy must for this game! This is truly a funny & delightful solitaire game! A must have for your solitaire collection!
January 1, 2014
I knew Tofu was evil stuff!
I don't usually have tons of fun with solitaire games since they all seem to be the same 'ol same 'ol, but this game was a riot (I wish we could give 1/2 stars...this would be 4.5#
A man is eating a tofu sandwich when he is turned into a zombie. Serves him right. You go home and find the map your dad left for you for just these occasions #this becomes your game map# and make your way around the city to get to the harbor, jump a ship and get out of there.
Maybe I've played Plants vs. Zombies way, way too much #like, a LOT) but these graphics kind of remind me of that game. There is a good sense of humor throughout and creative graphics showing tangled vines around locked cards, "infected raven" cards who look well, infected. Everything is zombie.
~ Game Options are:
~ Adjust music
~ Adjust Sound
~ Window can be set at 16:6 or 4:3 or windowed
~ Can be set to system cursor, game cursor or touch pad
~ Bounce coins, or don't
You win gold coins as you remove cards, and you can set those to bounce around on the bottom of the screen like ping pong balls. It is incredibly distracting when they do, but then again it makes it harder to concentrate which might be a good thing.)
Music is actually good with a magnificent, rousing and robust classical piece when you clear all cards in a game, creepy-corny zombie music or music with a slightly hip 50s flavor. I actually left the music on which is rare.
There looks to be about 95 different game set ups/screens. If you clear the game you earn 3 stars. Using the map you can go back to or jump around to any game you want. Each game will tell you how many Zombies you have to "kill" to win the hand, so every one doesn't require that you clear the board.
Power ups are earned along the way and include things like extra coins, extra cards to use on the side if you get in a jam, cards that explode, tombstone cards that can be used if there are no matching cards, Zombie Slap cards that remove any card of your choice. You get the idea.
Graphics are large and clear. I really liked this game! Lots going on and funny to play. Good for when your brain needs a break - just be sure to hold on to it :)
October 2, 2013