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Gaming Nexus (Sep 07, 2011)
Laughing Jackal has raised the bar for PSP Mini developers. OMG-Z is a simple masterpiece, the kind of game that sticks with you long after the ending cinema. Part action game and part puzzler, OMG-Z is one of the best games I've played this year!
PSP Minis (Aug 17, 2011)
OMG-Z is a highly addictive game. It’s a perfect pick-up-and-play game and also a recommendable game in which to lose yourself for hours and hours. Luck plays a large part in your success in this game, but patience and prudence are taken into account, too. The game could have included a more robust achievement system, like that which Infectonator has, and its unlockables could be better. Still, in a vacuum, it’s an exemplary game. Even if you are sick and mad with the horde of zombie games already, OMG-Z’s brilliance will lighten your stance.
The Digital Fix (Aug 15, 2011)
From the not so secret reference to Resident Evil (the game is set in a city called "Redfield City") to the ability to pick up and put down at will, Laughing Jackal have created a true handheld masterpiece showcasing the high standards that are achievable for smaller sized developers.
PSN Stores (Sep 18, 2011)
It’s truly refreshing to see a developer take a different approach with their zombie game. It’s fun to look at things with a strategic eye and achieving long chain reactions is always rewarding. With each level lasting no more than a few minutes it’s perfect for playing in short bursts and with eighty one levels it’s certainly built to last. If you’re itching for something new in the zombie genre and don’t mind grinding for money then you should totally check out OMG-Z.
Pocket Gamer UK (Aug 12, 2011)
Laughing Jackal's latest offers challenge and depth in its mechanics, bottling the chaos of a zombie outbreak in a smartly designed puzzler.