Friday, August 21, 2009

Zombies Vs. Sheep Review

You are a sheep, and you must fight against the incoming zombies! Use your gun, and shoot them out of the sky! Soon bats and phoenixes will come! Can you stop every one of them, in this casual shooting gallery game, Zombies Vs. Sheep?
Zombies Vs. Sheep, $.99, by, has simple controls. Tap to shoot, tilt to move the sheep, and shake to reload your ammo. You get money that falls from dead zombies, and can buy upgrades to your sheep's speed, ammo capacity, lives, and other things. The graphics are a cool mexican cut-out style, similar to the style of Inkvaders. There are 10 levels, lasting about 5-10 minutes each, usually ending with a boss. You can start a new game from different levels, if you don't want to play through the entire game again.
Zombies Vs. Sheep also has Open Feint integrated, which adds replay value. Try to unlock new achievements, or simply try to get a higher score than your friends. Zombies Vs. Sheep is incredibly polished, and easily worth your $.99. The game also has a few updates planned, with extra content, so that makes it even more worth purchasing.
However, the difficulty of the game is a bit questionable. It is supposed to be a casual game, though it gets incredibly frantic and fast-paced at times, so it is more for casual gamers who also like a challenge.

Cut-out Style Graphics
Updates Promised
Open Feint

Too Difficult for Casual Gamers

Bottom Line:
If you are a casual gamer, or hardcore gamer, who wants a game that lasts you a good amount of time for your money, and challenges you, get Zombies Vs. Sheep. It is the most polished shooting gallery on the iPhone I have seen to date.

Graphics: 5/5
Gameplay: 4.5/5
Controls: 4.5/5
Replay Value: 4.5/5

Overall: 9.25/10 (not an average)


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