Zombie Roshambo iOS Indie Shout Out

Imagine if one day you woke up and discovered that all your friends have been turned into hideous zombies. Imagine, how alone and scared you might be. Right, and now imagine that the only way you can truly defeat the zombie menace is to beat them at games of Roshambo (or Rock, Paper, Scissors as it’s sometimes called). What? How can you be having trouble with that bit? Zombie Roshambo makes a hell of a lot of sense. Hmmm, well not really but since when does that mean anything.

 Zombie Roshambo iOS ImageThe chaps behind Zombie Roshambo have taken ‘Rock, Paper, Scissors’ squeezed in some horrifically decaying undead and then smeared it all over with the social part that allows you to play with your friends, or indeed people you’ve never met.

For those living under a paper covered rock for well, ever. The rules of are as follows, you choose a rock, paper or scissors and your opponent does the same. Rock blunts scissors, scissors cuts paper, and paper covers rock. Winning or losing Zombie Roshambo can see you becoming yet another victim of the shuffling undead zombie hordes or even becoming human if you’ve already succumbed.

You can even see just how the war is doing globally. The zombies have yet to reach England, but I and another pirate are still able to attack overseas. Hoorah!

I’m amazed that zombies have the dexterity to create three completely different hand gestures and withhold from their ravenous flesh-eating long enough to play. Maybe we have them all wrong, and everything we know about them is just some form of anti-zombie propaganda.

Well, if you want to have a go at Zombie Roshambo you can download it from the apple store or Google Play. You can check out the Zombie Roshambo website and twitter @zombieroshambo for more info.

If you’re an Indie Developer and want your game to be featured in our Indie Shout Out Section, like Zombie Roshambo, just head over to the Contact page and drop us a line.

Jim Franklin

Jim Franklin

Jim Franklin is a freelance writer, living in Derby UK with his wife. When time allows he likes nothing more than losing himself in a multi-hour gaming session. He likes most games and will play anything but prefers MMO's, and sandbox RPG's.

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