Age of Zombies Reviews (iPhone)
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App Spy (Oct 27, 2010)
Age of Zombies goes for bigger, badder and better and as a result Halfbrick studios manages to rekindle the magic of slaughtering zombies en masse.
IGN (Oct 29, 2010)
Age of Zombies is a great game to have in your pocket. It's clever, the soundtrack is fun with different tracks for every time period, the voice announcing what weapon you picked up changes depending on what era you're in, and -- most importantly -- it's great to jump in and play for a bit. I wish it was longer, and perhaps it is a one-trick pony (i.e. kill all this stuff over and over), but it's a great trick and folks should have no qualms paying three bucks it.
148apps (Oct 28, 2010)
On a device where solid gameplay is king and dialog is an afterthought, it is refreshing to see something that epitomizes the full package. If only Age of Zombies were a little bit longer - it has the repetitive, yet solid hook, that can keep you coming back for more. Rambo ain't got nothing on Barry Steakfries. Here's to hoping that Barry gets just as many sequels.
No DPad (Oct 31, 2010)
As dual-stick shooters go, Age of Zombies is definitely worth checking out. While imperfect, it’s a great game and highly entertaining. The game is marred by its vulgar humor, though, which will be a turn-off to some gamers and which lessens the game’s appeal for younger gamers (or maybe heightens the appeal for younger gamers, but lessens it for their parents). By comparison, Monster Dash seems a game much more refined, focused and appealing to a larger audience; in generally, a game approached with a greater degree of care and a more even hand. Age of Zombies is great, but has a different and less appealing vibe. And honestly, I would have liked had the game been cleaned up for the kids. It would have been a great Halloween shooter for the little ones aside from all of the cursing and tasteless humor.
Pocket Gamer UK (Nov 02, 2010)
There are some clever moments, though Age of Zombies generally tries too hard to clown around and ends up looking foolish more often than funny. It doesn't ruin the fun, well-designed gameplay underneath, but it does make this quick-fire shooter suited to a particular taste.
Eurogamer.net (UK) (Nov 01, 2010)
Although decent fun in short bursts, Age Of Zombies is a little too relentlessly repetitive to enjoy over the longer term, and this general lack of variety makes the inflated price seem a tad questionable. Maybe one to pick up once Halfbrick brings the price in line with the rest of its offerings.