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Zombie Bowl-O-Rama for PC Activated
I have played this game through several times. Never gotten all the trophies, but tried a lot. There are six levels and though it seems short, there is a lot of perfecting here! Great graphic, appropriate music. This is a fun little game for short or long periods of time! You get to bowl.....ZOMBIES! Hard day at work?Bust some zombie limbs to heck! Trouble with family? Knock those smirking little zombies back to where they came from!Wonderful unsung game gem alert...I highly recommend!
Very cute game with great graphics and sound. VERY challenging for me. I'm not a bowler and I just can't control that ball very well and can't quite figure out how to use the power-ups and the tricks. I suppose I would get better if I kept playing. A buy for me maybe later, but not now. I'd better stick with the HOGs and word games for now. I do LOVE the zombies, though! The developers were very creative with this one. One of the better zombie games I've played. Right up there with Plants vs. Zombies. I'm just not up to that level of challenge right now. But I'LL BE BACK!!
Zombies. Those creepy undead creatures. Ever since George Romero showed us just how nasty the undead can be, zombies have become a staple of good (and bad) horror. And they come in all shapes and sizes. The only thing as varied as the zombies are the ways in which resourceful protagonists come up with to send them back to the grave. But one of the most interesting weapons of choice has to be the bowling ball, as we see in Zombie Bowl-O-Rama.
Zombie Bowl-O-Rama uses the same mechanics as other casual computer bowling games such as Polar Bowling. Facing down a pin-rack of zombies at the other end of the lane, set your horizontal position, your ball speed, aim, and bowl! As the ball careens down the lane, you can control it's direction with the mouse. While at first it is a convenient way of correcting a missed aim, it soon becomes a necessity as obstacles are thrown in your path that you either need to miss or recover from hitting. A well-aimed shot will hopefully result in the satisfying image of zombies flying in all directions, cursing your mad bowling skills. After bowling your spare, though, any zombies that are remaining will march forward down the lane, making way for the next rack. Hitting these guys will make them disappear. Unfortunately, they will not fly back and help you with the current ten-zombie grouping.
Adding to the fun and mayhem of this undead sports spectacle are the inclusion of power-ups that appear as gravestones. Hit them and they are added to your inventory. There are two types of power-ups: green and red. The green power-ups are ones that you can use to affect your own bowling to the positive, such as giving you ball a fiery boost, or turning the ball and the zombie to ice to make them easier to take out. The red power-ups are ones that you can use to adversely affect your computer-controlled or human opponent. These include a werewolf that sits at the side of the lane and pulls or pushes the ball into the gutter with its howl, barricades that you need to steer your ball around, or one that turns the ball into a head of cabbage, with the zombie-killing force of a head of cabbage (i.e. not a heck of a lot).
As you progress through the levels, you will move from the bowling alley to the streets of town, bowling day and night, and eventually back to the graveyard as you drive the undead hordes back to their eternal rest. As you do this, you can unlock trophies, such as bowling a 300 game, getting a strike against dancing zombies, or winning the game without using any power-ups at all (but where's the fun in that?). Or course, if the trophies aren't enough to keep you coming back, the chance to take out zombie hordes against a friend or family member will be.
Analysis: Okay, let me get one thing out right now: Zombie Bowl-O-Rama is fun. A lot of fun. Really too much fun than it should be. It is the kind of game that sits unobtrusively on your computer, quietly beckoning you to play just one more round, forcing you to push aside everything else your working on to satisfy the need. It's the kind of gaming crack that makes a classic time-waster like Bejeweled or any number of solitaire variants. Whether it's the way the game controls, the fun power-ups or the fact that you're bowling down zombies, Zombie Bowl-O-Rama has an eerie undead grip that just won't let go.
The controls are very forgiving for those, like me, with absolutely no aspirations or illusions of ever being part of the Pro Bowlers' Tour. The chance to take control of the ball's path down the lane makes of a lot of fun, as you try to swerve to miss obstacles, hit power-ups, and then try to bring the ball to bear on the zombies at just the right angle to pull a strike. The manner in which you set up your shot is very intuitive, and I like the fact that the power of my bowl is not left up to a properly timed click, like so many other computer sports games. Makes it feel less random and more like I actually have control over what I am doing.
There is a nice variety of zombies you will find lumbering at the other end of the lane, from business men with mobile phones to punk-rockers with mohawks to construction workers with coffee thermoses. At the beginning of each frame, the lead zombie will do a variety of actions to taunt the bowler, yelling things like "Brains!" or doing a cut-throat motion with it's arm, while the other zombies get their own animations. Some will throw their hands in the air like they just don't care, some juggle their eye-balls, while others will slap their undead butts mockingly. While the variety of zombies and animations is nice, it would have been even better had there been more.
Graphics and sound are done quite well here. The whole idea of a 50's-style horror movie holds well throughout the game, from the menus to the background designs, even the clothes that the zombies are wearing. Graphics are in 3D, and were nice and smooth on my computer. Should you run into performance troubles, there are three detail levels that you can set the game to in order to alleviate the problems. Rocking music and nice bowling sounds round out the auditory package.
Nation Red is an arena-based shooter in the mold of Crimson Land where you have to shoot every zombie running in your direction while collecting better weapons and choosing the best perks to aid your survival. It's not bad when played solo, but the real fun begins when you enlist the aid of some friends for either a local or online co-op game. It can become a little repetitive in the long run, but overall it's a great game for fans of the genre.Gameplay: The amount of guns and perks, not to mention the non-stop action, makes for an addictive experience.Graphics: A little bland, but still looks decent.Sound: The music and sound effects are a perfect match for the brutal action.
Zombie Bowl-O-Rama is an enjoyable bowling game in which the pins are funny zombies. Like in any bowling game, the objective is to strike as many pins as you can to defeat your opponent.
Three separate games live within this game of destruction. The Ice Zombies game is the toughest with dragons and zombies shooting fireballs at you so throw the ball at them to take them out before they get you. Or you can enter a scary graveyard and hurl the ball at Ghosts flying in all directions. The third game is against Zombie Pirates where you have to protect your ship against their onslaught! All the games feature adjustable difficulty levels so everyone can have a blast!
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