14 people found this review helpful 13 people found this review funny
0.2 hrs on record
Posted: March 25, 2018
ZZZzzzz I supposed it's worth the few cents I paid for it, but it's too repetitive for me. What I dislike the most is the arena is very boring rectangular shaped small box. None of the weapon pickups are labelled, the weapon pickups only last a few seconds. There doesn't appear to be a progress indicator for the wave. Movement is slow.
7 people found this review helpful 1 person found this review funny
0.2 hrs on record
Posted: March 14, 2018
Product received for free
Definitely Cheese Fluff Cannon Fodder... I feel like this is one of those games that was rushed out just to get some cash, but never really stopping to think a bit about what you may of had! First off I find that games today should always embrace the 1080 resolution and nothing less, regardless if it is a 8bit graphics game. Why is it that all maps which you play on are so small? The map could totally be larger with obstacles and places to move, cause after running in circles for 10 or 15 minutes you are bound to get dizzy!
The Graphics and FX are cheesy, but those along with the sounds FX and music are the only reason I was interested to say the least. When I encounter the chainsaw wielding zombies that are carry chainsaws that are so long you can never run away from them and totally slice you a new♥♥♥♥♥♥♥all the time you start to lose interest. Either way the game needs allot of work if it is going to make it further in the community.
Lastly, If I was capable of programming, I surely would add a speed boast or something in the game to help get away for the zombies or help with ones game play and experience. These are just a few of the things I noted, I am sure I could find more but why bother you got the point!
Killing all kinds of zombies from a top view perspective is fun and exciting! The heavy metal soundtrack really pumps you up as you progress through stages. Many different weapons and plenty of Gore! Only wish the game had controller support built in and widescreen capability.