Bored of zombies yet? Hey, AMC's TV series "The Walking Dead" got me back into the undead, too. You know, reader, you and I share a lot in common. I feel like we should get closer, perhaps share a few drinks later tonight. What do you say?

Oh, right, tired of zombies? Hey, you're not! Great. Glad we established that because another zombie game is loose on the App Store. It's called Stenches: A Zombie Tale of Trenches [$1.99] and, if the name didn't tip you off already, it's being created by Thunder Game Works, the dudes responsible for 2009's lovely surprise, Trenches [$1.99, Lite].

Trenches, much like Stenches, is a horizontal tower defense game that has you beating back hordes of baddies while plowing forward and using trenches as cover. A deep-enough weapons upgrade system and the inclusion of enemies with odd weaknesses to said upgrades fleshed out the game, which quickly became a favorite of mine.

Players of Trenches will be right at home with Stenches, as the only substantial difference between Stenches and Trenches appears to be in the usage of zombies: Stenches features nothing but these oft-used monstrosities as your enemy, apparently, whereas Trenches featured just a single, endless Nazi zombie-filled mode.

Stenches boasts over 200 levels and features some boss fights across four different levels. Trenches' infinite mode also makes a return in Stenches, allowing you to kill until you drop (and then rise again; zombies, get it?). Stenches also supports Game Center currently and will be updated by Thunder Game Works with new features and whatnot, including co-op and competitive modes, as well as new boss monsters. Also, it has cowbell. No joke (I think).

  • John

    That's fun. I also stumbled across this funny app: http://bit.ly/b7C5ho

    • Mr 1994

      Nice ad, retardo.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Tim-Lord-Gek-Jordan/1559737263 Tim Lord Gek Jordan

    I'm liking the new Take on Trenches' Infinite Mode! I can't recall but was that also based on distance or simply a game of hunkering down and defending your spot as long as possible? I love how by placing the emphasis on plunging forward you are putting your men at much greater risk AND that it can't simply be some mad dash to get past all the beasties you see since if a single beasty touches your home bunker it is game over! I also love that now they can completely abandon the previous concept of essentially fighting equivalent units as yourself to now battling all sorts of twisted over-the-top creations!

  • http://dendory.net Dendory

    Adding zombies always makes your game 30% better!

  • Hernsmith

    Nazis? Isn't it based in WWI?

    • azariah

      yes, no nazis in ww1 they must be history retarded