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Fight your way through the streets of a zombie infested city to save the survivors of a disastrous chemical accident that changed most of the city's population into mindless brain hungry monsters.
Time is your enemy and your car is your weapon as you race through the streets smashing everything on your way including fences, phone booths, street lamps and hordes of zombies. When the gruesomely mutated zombies become too much to handle, buy a new car or get more guns and upgrades installed.
You can earn more money for finishing side quests, making kill combos and searching for hidden prizes. Game play is unrestricted and the player can freely roam through the dark streets, alleys and backyards searching for the best shortcuts or hidden power ups.
17 story missions with sub quests and bonus objectives
Huge, free roaming city, infested by thousands of brain hungry zombies just waiting to be explored
7 different cars including an unlockable super car
9 different upgrades for each car, which can transform even an innocent Taxi into a Chariot of Death
All cars can be mounted with miniguns, flamethrowers, rocket launchers or even dual railguns
All weapons have 3 upgrade levels which come with unique features
Dynamic combo system with tricks and hordes of zombies to try it on
Many vicious zombie types including even zombie dogs
New Slaughter game mode:
Fight endless waves of zombies to achieve the highest score possible
5 unlockable arenas with different environmental effects
Harbor - sunny midday
City Center - foggy noon
Park - warm dusk
Midtown - night with projected headlights
Suburbs - early dawn
Upgrade your car on the fly
Post your high scores to Twitter and Facebook directly from the game
Zombie Killer In A Carmrminecrafter1 | Aug. 14, 2014 | See all mrminecrafter1's reviews »
Zombie Driver is as simple as it sounds. You drive at insane speeds while killing off hordes of zombies. While the depth of the upgrade and unlockable system is rather shallow, it serves it's purpose quite good. Allowing the player to upgrade their car on the fly is a really nice, convenient feature. It's nothing special but the game is certainly unique. A well-executed game that combines two completely genres: zombies and driving. Graphics are pretty decent, but the sound design is at best above average. This game is pretty good and serves as a nice arcade game.
Grab your fun andcristiano171 | Aug. 1, 2014 | See all cristiano171's reviews »
Zombie Driver is a very creative and fun game. Cars which can be extended, weapons like machine guns, flamethrowers, etc., and the fact the car itself itself be a weapon (you run over zombies quietly, or not having finished their ammunition weapons) make a video game Zombie Driver only, which can be quietly included in two genera which I mentioned above. It is clear that the race is not against other cars: you have to run "and against the zombies." Bloodthirsty zombies, by your brain, and that will do anything to destroy you and your car-gun. You will be faced with dogs zombies, zombies who throw stones and other objects at you, and even zombies "bombadões", called the game "Fat Zombies". Huge zombies that can make it more difficult your life if you do not kill them or just run away. Zombie Driver is a game that reminds me a little Twisted Metal. One of the differences between the game and the EXOR Studios latter, however, is such that the zombie element mentioned above. Just to name one difference. The game has 17 missions and several additional goals, incidentally. Many times you are totally surrounded by a huge number of zombies, and just can not walk anymore. Your car gets stuck, such is the amount of undead around. In such cases, the turbo greatly aids, as well as the arms. If you do not have either one at this point, you may have gotten your last day of life (in the game, and that game in question). Remember that in Slaughter mode survival is the goal, so when the little yellow circular symbol appears on the screen, follow it as it will take you to weapons and items for your car repairers, for example, two elements essential during the massacre. Run away when you realize that it can not take account of zombies at one location, move constantly, perform radical movements in order to kill the largest possible number of zombies quickly and seek wherever possible to deviate from the objects that some wretched zombies throw against you. In my opinion, the Slaughter Mode was a good balcony of the EXOR Studios staff, because it is a way of playing which means infinity in a game that was already a lot of fun. And remember: your car is a weapon in itself, both in Story Mode as the Slaughter Mode, and you must learn how utilizá-lo/dirigí-lo the best possible way. Zombie Driver Indico all enjoying a game with beautiful graphics, a soundtrack well made, great gameplay and good doses of action and direction, all this combined with a theme that has zombies as the main theme. Enjoy and take your .....
awesome for what it ismirta000 | May 19, 2014 | See all mirta000's reviews »
Like to drive your car into objects? Like to see gore? Like destruction, but still want to do good? Want a story with a twist? Then this game is for you! The gameplay is very simple - you drive over zombies for extra money while rushing to the survivors to save them from the zombie apocalypse before they get eaten. You also have to be mindful about your car - if you hit too many objects or zombies hit you too much your car will degrade. Cons? The game is really short. Pros? It's an extreme level of fun!
Drive it Home TodayAutocyclist | March 7, 2014 | See all Autocyclist's reviews »
While not exactly groundbreaking, Zombie Driver still succeeds in being a worthwhile endeavour into the world of Zombie-related massacre-fests. Take a few vehicles for a test drive through infested streets, upgrading their killing capacity as you go. You'll drive from point A to B, in a never-ending fetch quest to save the remaining survivors in the town. Eviscerate as many zombies as you can on the way! While short, Zombie Driver offers a fair amount of replayability, both in being at it's core frenetic and enjoyable, and offering further levels of perfection to be attained. Fun while it lasts, but don't expect anything astounding.
A nice change...darkbreaker3200 | Aug. 13, 2013 | See all darkbreaker3200's reviews »
It was a new perspective on the zombie genre for me, birds-eye view car action. The missions were simple and short, but controlling the cars was the major challenge. Initially I got motion sick from playing, but I got used to it. Supports Eyefinity, a major plus even though it's kinda pointless for this game. All in all, a great example of an Indie game.