Zombie Driver Of The Week

Posted by Grey Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Not so much of a misadventure of the Zombie Driver you bound to bump into everyday you set yourself onto your daily downward spiral, driving to work.

Rather, it's all deliciously bloody mayhem action, running down hordes after hordes of zombies, with you, behind the steering wheel.

An obvious cross between Carmageddon, Grand Theft Auto and the standard issue survival horror zombie games, Zombie Driver is the first commercial PC release for Poland-based Exor Studios and is available on Steam and GamersGate world wide, with the Steam version being complete with 12 exclusive achievements.

In effect, Zombie Driver plays just like any an other action driving game with a top down perspective and a dynamic helicopter chase camera, a'la Grand Theft Auto 2. The killer twist though, is indeed a killer. The player will get the chance to free-roam around a zombie infested city in order to save the survivors of a disastrous chemical accident that changed most of the city's population into mindless brain hungry undeads. Smashing through the real-time environment in the city, race your car across the deadly (or rather undeadly) streets, stopping at no signs, no fences, and definitely no living or unliving creatures. Should your car get a little rusty from all the bloods, brain cells or body parts from underneath its tires, player gets to buy a new car or get more guns and upgrades installed. Like Grand Theft Auto, the gameplay is in a sandbox fashion, so the player is encouraged to roam freely roam through the bloody city to salvage whatever items they can find.

Featuring 17 story missions with sub quests and bonus objectives, players can find a huge cast of characters, from Zombie 000001 to Zombie 100000 to their pet Zombie dogs, and more, roaming in the city for their brains. Fortunately, there are 7 different cars to unlock and 9 different upgrades to turn your standard issued public transport into a death ride. Additionally, weapons such as miniguns, flamethrowers, rocket launchers and even dual railguns are upgradable, together with their respective unique features. Incidentally, the game is developed using the Ogre3D rendering engine and PhysX by NVIDIA.

With a potential deadly lowly price of $9.99, this might be the thing to tide you over that killing urge to run down equally zombie-like pedestrians while your way to your work.

For those interested, head on the official site to download it. A gameplay video is embedded below.


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