[New Game] Zombie City Defense brings holographic tower defense to Android

Tower Defense games are a dime a dozen any more. The basic principal is to defend your base of home or what have you, using a variety of weapons, upgrades and tactics. Some are better than others both in gameplay and visual looks. I have spent many hours playing Sentinel 3: Homeworld, Jelly Defense and Fieldrunners. Now there is a new one on the scene that looks to be pretty exciting, offer a zombie twist and look like no other tower defense game I have seen. Meet Zombie City Defense.

Zombie City Defense

Your main goal is to hold the city while hordes of zombies attempt to take it over. Rather than a predetermines sort of approach though you will need to do some planning. Your tactics will solely depend on your play style. Are you going to try and hold the whole city, or just small sections of it. It all depends on what units you choose to use. The title seems to pack in quite a bunch of goods:

✔ Uniqe holographic look.
✔ Upgrade your units to stay alive.
✔ Mix of RTS & Tower Defense genre.
✔ 3 difficulty levels and an infinite mode.
✔ Detailed cities with schools, industrial zones & downtown districts.
✔ Hordes of enemies to stop you from reaching your goal.
✔ Lots of infantry units and vehicles to chose from. Tanks with artillery support vs zombies ? You can try it!
✔ Different maps with different play styles.

I am all about the blood bath of a zombie battle like Dead Trigger offers, but there is something really appealing to this holographic cityscape. The developer, Mozg Labs, has the title live on the Play Store for all to enjoy. For a limited time it is 50% off which puts it at $1.50 currently. You might want to grab it before the price tag goes back up.

Zombie City Defense (Playboard) | Zombie City Defense (Play Store)

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