Xoobis brought the cartoon zombie-shooting fun of Zombie Wonderland to Android today, introducing Zombie Wonderland 2: Outta Time to the Android Market. The game centers around Chuck, a man with the rather unusual job title of Zombie Cleaner. Players are invited to shoot first and mop later, blowing through 25 types of zombies in over 30 missions, taking place in 12 unique locations.

Once you're done shooting up every zombie in sight, however, you must clean up the mess in order to please your clients. If you fail to clean up all the zombie guts you've just spilled, you'll have to pay damages.

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Zombie Wonderland 2 uses an interesting top-down perspective, adding another dynamic element to its already unique gameplay. Further, Wonderland offers a wide array of stylized weapons to eliminate "undead pests" while maintaining interest and keeping with the game's wacky cartoon art style.

Besides all that, Zombie Wonderland 2 is totally free in the Android Market, so it's definitely worth checking out. Just hit the market link below and start blasting through some zombies!

Liam Spradlin
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  • Abhishek

    Cant install on Galaxy Note. Contacted the super responsive dev - and here's its for every Note user.
    "We support the Note’s resolution (1280x800), but we only support Tegra, Snapdragon and PowerVR chipsets. It seems that the Note uses a different chipset, Exynos.
    Unfortunately when we added a “generic” APK to the store to cover all other chipsets, the system didn’t allow us to add it, as it covered all the other chipsets over and the specific APKs (the game itself) wouldn’t be served, because it conflicted with the specific one.
    We are very sorry about that, but using the generic build would cause every handset to use a very compressed and ugly texture compression, and we aimed to serve the best possible experience to the largest user base."
    The dev promised to work on a build for running on Exynos. Fingers crossed.

  • Sam

     Wasn't compatible with my sprint galaxy s2 so I emailed them and they said they'll fix it tomorrow. So if you have a problem email them I guess, Seems like others are having problems.

  • http://www.AndroidPolice.com Artem Russakovskii

    Looks totally bad-ass, one of the best games that came out this week for sure.

  • Richard

    @Abhishek, Have you tried Chainfire3D?