19
Jul
hi-256-0-db6515e8c06755e71bb13635506d6d6bcf41ebbe

Everyone who knows me is aware of my absolute love for zombies. If there's anything that I love more than zombies - it's fragging the ever-living hell out of them with an array of weapons that would impress even the most violent-minded among us. It's not very often that I get the opportunity to do such a thing, but Biofrenzy: Frag The Zombies brings that exact experience to my handheld.

ss-800-0-0 ss-800-4-0 ss-800-2-0

Biofrenzy is a 2D sidescroller where you fight for your life against a seemingly endless hoard of flesh devouring bio-infected freaks - but not without a massive arsenal at your disposal. You have an inventory of over 20 weapons ready to help you achieve pure annihilation: everything from chainsaws to shotguns, grenades, and more. You can equip up to four weapons at one time to bathe the town in the blood of your genetically altered enemies - a feature that I have never experienced before.

Even though the game is quite cartoon-ish in appearance, it utilizes real-time physics, so when you sever-the-spine-or-remove-the-brain, you get the full-on effect. It also offers three different difficulty levels, multiple upgrades, awesome skills and specials, and in-depth gameplay.

http://youtu.be/spvVqqGLnQI

If you're all about ripping apart some zombies, I suggest you hit the Android Market and drop the one-dollar asking price on this one.

Cameron Summerson
Cameron is a self-made geek, Android enthusiast, horror movie fanatic, musician, and cyclist. When he's not pounding keys here at AP, you can find him spending time with his wife and kids, plucking away on the 6-string, spinning on the streets, or watching The Texas Chainsaw Massacre on repeat.

  • mauaus

    woohoo you listened to me... i think haha

  • Steve

    you should provide more clarity on what phones this is for, not working on Nexus One or Droid Incredible

    • Cameron Summerson

      I'm not sure what the issue could be - the Market listing states that it should work on 2.0.1 and up.

  • Steve

    It could be CM7 RC 1

  • Steve

    actually I figrued it out, the major issue here is this device is copy-proteected. Move to SD card is a NO GO! this sucks

  • MERKiN

    I can't download it at all. I purchased it from the Market Website, but it never pushed down to my phone. I'm on CM7 new Market.

  • Artrog

    The game needs more polish. I install it on a SGS and the game is pretty heavy.

    The loading screen seems lasts forever and the game doesn't prevent lock screen. So, slow loading = frequently lock screen.

    When we die, two choices is given: menu and retry, but both goes to menu. And have more loading screen when we go to menu and when we go to the actually game. Loading, loading, loading...

    The buttons is very lame, because we need to press EXACTLY on the buttons. That's very awful when we focusing on the game.

    The price is ok, and I gave a chance for the game I never heard to. Five minutes from purchase I redeemed the game. =[

  • Chris K

    Says game not found, new market Galaxy Tab 10.1

  • JoeDirt2217

    Not compatible with HTC Incredible, to bad, wonder why?

  • Jambamkin

    Is this not available for rooted phones? Desire HD MIUI and says not compatible.

  • DASDman

    Load times are painful. Buttons are too exact, no room for error. Did I mention the load times were lengthy? Load times from game to menu or menu to game are very slooooow.

    I like the concept though and its fun to play, worth the money just hope some fixes are on the way.

  • khatt

    i suppose no point trying it on htc desire (even if market says its compatible)

  • lcr

    Im on stock Nexus S and it wont even let me purchase the game?

  • Michael Deguzman

    same. can't read reviews or no purchase button

  • Matthew

    game looks good, but doesnt really work well with the HTC evo 3D.. crashes many times and doesnt load some levels

  • Boky3000

    It needs around 70 MB and it seems it is copy-protected. Be aware of that. I couldn't purchase it because I needed more space on my Nexus One running latest CM7.

Quantcast