From the developers who brought you Prison Escape, the multi-million downloaded iPhone hit, and Cat Attack, the number one free arcade game, OneButtonJoypad and Mogworks are delighted to announce they have joined forces to bring you Zombie Bumper Cars, the first in a proposed trilogy of zombie flavoured games for the iPhone, iTouch, iPad and Android. Zombie Bumper Cars is the new Head-Splatting Zombie-Dodging Dodgem-Bumping arcade game available for iPhone and iPad. The goal, to survive as long as you can in one of eight themed bumper car arenas, against hoards of zombie driven bumper cars.
Zombie Bumper Cars follows the adventures of Tim, a rebellious boy who heads to the local fairground after dark only to find himself being chased by ghouls of the night as they force him to compete to the end in one of several bumper car arenas. Tim has to fend for himself as he rides the bumper cars, bumping the heads off zombie enemies as they try and decapitate him in their secret bumper car arenas! But he as to watch out, for even though he can boost his health by splatting his enemies heads with his bumper car, his health will decrease the more he is hit, until it's his head that ends up splatted instead. Can you help Tim survive by fighting your way through four themed arenas split across 8 Zombie infested levels, with only his bumper car to save him?
Zombie Bumper Cars Features:
⇒ 8 levels, 6 - 8 waves each (64 waves) across 4 themed arenas
⇒ 3d Racing gameplay
⇒ Knock the heads of the Enemy Zombies with your bumper car to win
⇒ Splat the knocked-off heads with your car for a health boost
⇒ Openfeint integration: Achievements and global high scores
⇒ Facebook and Twitter integration- share your scores online with friends
⇒ Traps, such as crushers and pinball saucers
⇒ Future updates and extra game content planned
OneButtonJoypad and Mogworks
Zombie Bumper Cars came to be through a chance meeting between two iPhone game developers in a coffee shop somewhere in the West of Scotland. It turned out that these developers lived in neighboring cities, and both had recently made a successful 3D iPhone game that the other one liked, and both had a love for arcade games for the iPhone. The freakishly coincidental nature of these similarities were discussed and analyzed in length, during which time it was realized that:
3: They should definitely pool their skills and experience and make some brilliant mobile games together.
2: World domination has to start somewhere.
1: Scotland is a rather small place.
So over the next nine months they developed Zombie Bumper Cars. Zombie Bumper Cars has been designed as a family oriented game, made in a cartoon style. Both developers believe that sometimes the best mobile games take only a second to pick up and learn, and often only need played with a single finger. Zombie Bumper Cars has been developed with this in mind.