If you still haven't gotten your fill of zombie games just yet, Gameloft will have you covered this Halloween when they launch Zombiewood on iOS. The premise is actually pretty clever: you're a Hollywood stunt man, but when the zombie apocalypse hits you're quickly turned into a real-life hero as you must fend them off to save your own skin (and brain).

Sensing a golden opportunity, your movie director boss decides filming your zombie-killing exploits would make for some truly authentic scenes in an upcoming flick. The game is broken down into several different "movies" that take place in Los Angeles and Santa Monica. There will also be a wide assortment of different costumes and weapons to unlock and equip your character with.

Zombiewood will be free-to-play so much of my excitement will hinge on just how egregious this is implemented into the game, but at the very least it looks like a pretty action-packed dual-stick shooter and it has a great visual style. I'm also liking the story setup with a stunt man gone vigilante hero, so I'm excited to give Zombiewood a spin when it hits the App Store at the end of this month.

  • Deixa

    Its a clone of Alive4ever Mini but with 3D graphics

  • Broli95

    Burn Zombie Burn Gameloft version

    • lancheta

      One of my favorite zombie games...if only that game came to iOS

  • http://twitter.com/subjectxen Ben Gray

    Reminds me of Minigore.

  • rpgmind

    Looks great, but be prepared to grind for weeks to get that next gun lol

    • MikeDG00

      Or, guessing from gameloft habit, Use IAP

    • Scary Guns

      Don't forget about gamelofts usual glitches and flaws with crashes.

      • MikeDG00

        True dat

  • Infernado

    I cannot wait to download! Though I wish I hadn't missed the nova 3 sale

  • Scape3d

    Looks like Guerrilla Bob.

  • JohnnyJ301

    looks alright. kinda fun.... but I was hoping Gameloft could put in a valiant effort for a zombie game like they do the modern combat series. I would have bought that kind of game instantly.

  • ducksFANjason

    I'm in if the IAP isn't too pushy and there's some progression mechanic to the game (other than just unlocking new weapons). I've never really felt compelled to continue playing games if they're just endless with no incentive to press on...

    • ImJPaul

      I've always hated that too. Granted, killing endless hordes of zombies and turning them into undead smoothies is fun. There needs to be other defined goals because unfortunately that gets old fast. Really disappointed this is freemium though. Gamelofts models for their freemium games are usually bench marks for what NOT to do in the iOS world.

  • {SQUEEK}

    Fun at first .... Deleted in 2 weeks

  • mguniverse

    The number of five star free to play games that have been reviewed on TouchArcade this year is incredibly low.

  • DocBox

    Oh Gameloft, please don't do another free noun thing with all the good items requiring real money.. No one likes that :/

    *watches trailer*

    Crap... 🙁

    • DocBox