The Best Zombies for iOS & Andriod Phones

You start your trip as a small group of people trying to escape a city full of zombies. You are a group leader and you are responsible for taking difficult decisions and surviving the trip. When the game starts, you will be asked to name your heroes. I do not know how about you but I named mine the same way my friends’ parents named them. Well, there is nothing bad in this decision and it is pretty cool to realize that your friend at a certain point turns into a zombie and you have to do something about it.


But your friend turning into a zombie is still not the worse part. You can always leave him behind and continue your journey. There are plenty of other things that you need to do: your car is not immortal and does not drive on air. Also, the post-apocalyptic roads are not safe and you can always get a flat tire and your car can break down in the middle of nowhere. Let’s not forget about you and your friends: they need to eat, they need to feel safe and, if something happens, they need to be treated medically.

The Best Part of Game

Now – the best part. This game is made totally in 8 bit style and it literary forces you to use your imagination. You won’t see beautiful fighting scenes or outstanding landscapes on your background but your every move will depend on your decision and getting it right won’t be an easy task. And despite all the graphic simplicity, you will find that this trip is quite a challenge and you can’t just run about shooting the zombies. You are a team leader – you have responsibilities.

Organ Trail of Game:

Director’s Cut kind of reminds me about the good-old times of 8 bit games: they used to be very simple but under control of every child’s imagination turned into something that only a true 8 bit lover can understand. So, if you are ready to make your way through a number of zombies, scavenge for food and remain reasonable no matter what – get prepared to spend a totally fair price of $2.99 on this 8 bit masterpiece. You can get it from free directories list if need.

Jane Davies is a renewed writer and a Technology reviewer. She always looks for the best complete directory list when she need to explore something useful.