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Zombie Driver is a vehicular combat video game. Set in a zombie apocalypse environment, a chemical accident/secret government project has turned the inhabitants of a city into shambling, aggressive opponents. The player must undertake various missions to rescue stranded civilians, slaughter zombies and unlock/upgrade various vehicles.


Do you like cars? Do you hate zombies? Zombie Driver is the game for you. In a pseudo 3D overhead game set in a zombie apocalypse, you have to drive around the city saving survivors, while shooting, ramming and running over hordes of marauding zombies.


We are proud to present Zombie Driver Ultimate Edition - published through the ID@XBOX program, exclusively on the Xbox One. Ultimate Edition includes all of the downloadable content that was ever created for the game, plus a new pack of car skins that hasn't been released on any other platform. We didn't want to just throw the extra DLC into the package so we've modified the Blood Race campaign to include the additional cars as rewards for winning the tournaments. The game now features 31 story missions, 36 Blood Race events, 9 Slaughter arenas and 15 drivable vehicles.


We've more than doubled the number of zombies roaming the streets. To even the odds of survival we've also placed a lot more weapons around the city which results in much more dynamic gameplay. You've probably noticed the improved graphics on the above screenhots. We've overhauled scene lighting, added soft ambient occlusion shadows (HBAO) and added a few extra touches like depth fog, environment reflections, new animated objects, increased texture resolution, improved particle animation or physically simulated particles. We also made one more pass on all of the missions to improve their atmosphere and add one more layer of polish. By popular demand we've introduced a new "Retro" camera setting which presents gameplay from an entirely top-down perspective with no camera rotation.This is the best, biggest and most feature rich version of Zombie Driver ever released. We hope you will like it. See you on the leaderboards!


The DLC adds a new Tropical Tournament to the game's Blood Race mode. It includes six events on an island resort filled with zombies, ancient ruins and a secret drug cartel plantation. Players can also take advantage of the new six wheel Military Truck available and upgradeable in all game modes as well as extra car paints for the Bus and Sports Car.


A big update for Zombie Driver THD on Android is now available! The game has been optimized for the new NVIDIA Shield and the Tegra 4. Thanks to the power of the Tegra 4 chip the game received supercharged graphics as well as improved gameplay with a lot more zombies to squash and controls fine tuned specifically for the precise SHIELD input. A launch trailer with actual Tegra 4 footage is now available:


The new Tegra 4 enhanced features include: real time projected shadows, uniform phong shading with custom per object specular masks, improved water shaders, higher polygon count models (identical to the PC/Console version of the game), higher resolution textures, different day/night conditions, improved blood splat shaders on cars and last but not least - more zombies!


The new enhanced features are available as an update to Zombie Driver THD on Google Play. Players who already own Zombie Driver THD are able to simply download the game directly to their SHIELD device.


Finally the Blood Race is here and available to all players as a free update! The expansion provides a unique gameplay style based on classic, old school, top-down, racing games with a flavor of next-gen, dense action. Blood Race offers the chance to chase other cars and annihilate them without mercy on special racing tracks populated with the zombie horde. Winning events earns loads of cash and the ability to obtain new rides and purchase weapons of zombie mass destruction to become the ultimate leader board champion.


This game looks like fun! Bashing up zombies with cars? Awesome! However...A horror game? I'm not so sure I would go so far as to consider it that. Horror games are supposed to be scary...this does NOT look scary. At all. And that's my only complaint. Keep up the good work!


All the way back to my childhood, I can remember zombies being in just about everything. Movies and video games at first, but as I grew older I found them in books and TV shows as well. In the realm of video games, I always thought that I had played just about every genre possible with the undead. However, picking up Zombie Driver on the Nintendo Switch quickly made me realize that I had never experienced the undead in a racing environment.


I found Zombie Driver to be quite enjoyable. There were a lot more zombies in the game than I had anticipated, and it never once suffered for gameplay, no matter how many undead populated the screen. I liked that there were different types too, such as the Fat Types that explode if you get too close and can deal massive damage to your vehicle.


.k proudly announces Zombie Driver HD - Complete Edition (c) Exor Studios release date ...: December 2767 protection .....: Steam # of discs .....: 1 languages ......: EN/FR/DE/IT/ES/PL --------------------------------------------------- Insane mix of cars, speed, explosions, blood and zombies! Fight through an epic narrative campaign or test yourself in the Slaughter and Blood Race modes. Engage huge bosses, save survivors, drive crazy vehicles such as a bulldozer, fire truck or even a tank and smash everything in your way. Take part in the Blood Race tournament - chase other cars and take them down without mercy on brutal racing tracks. Jump into the Slaughter mode and survive as long as possible on specially crafted arenas. The Complete Edition of Zombie Driver HD includes: * Zombie Driver HD (main game) * Apocalypse Pack DLC * Tropical Race Rage DLC * Burning Garden of Slaughter DLC * Brutal Car Skins DLC * Soundtrack DLC 1- Unpack, burn or mount 2- Install the game 3- Copy the cracked content from PROPHET dir to in folder 4- Go To Hell! NOTE: Game version is v1.5.23-22476. If the game refuse to launch on Windows 8/8.1 try compatibility mode with Windows 7. * currently we are looking for: > talented cracker > experienced movie ripper > supply games ENGLiSH / MULTi / POLiSH > supply any stuff (movies, apps, even spycam porn of your sister) > supply hardware (box , ftps, etc.) * you match the description? maybe you can join us! *** WE'RE AFTER AFFILIATE PRE SITES IN EURO AND ASIA *** -------------------------------------------------------- teamppt [at] gmail [dot] com RELOADED + ALiAS + 0x0007 + REVOLVER + HI2U JAGUAR + CRD + ROGUE + rG + MAZE + PROFiT o3.2oo9 ascii: korma[67]


There are few activities in a video game that could be more enjoyable than driving through thick clouds of life forms at intense speeds. Now and then a violent driving game reminds me of this simple pleasure, usually when I floor the gas pedal until the world around me blurs and my ears fill with the imposing roar of my car's engine. Finally, a chorus of gushy splats replaces the steady rev, accompanied by a series of sickening thumps and thuds. Personally, I find that the everyday pedestrians featured in most vehicular homicide simulators don't always make ideal targets, as locating a dense enough horde of them to suit my cathartic purposes can prove to be a daunting task. Honestly, I can't imagine a creature better suited to serve as a speed bump than a zombie. They roam in herds and they'll always seek you out, thereby saving you the trouble of searching a whole city for an adequately-sized crowd of them. It was that train of thought that eventually led me to the game Zombie Driver HD, an ape of the original Grand Theft Auto series with an undead spin.At first, Zombie Driver HD proved to be a worthy Steam sale purchase. I found every inch of each stage infested with scores of zombies to splatter. As I had I predicted, they all tended to gather in hordes, allowing me to punch the gas and hear that satisfying squish time and again. Even better, the game features a nitrous booster that launches your vehicle at ridiculous velocities. And it serves up double the punishment, too: any ghoul unfortunate enough to stand behind your ride catches a face full of flames, reducing them to undead cinders. As you can guess, I had a difficult time remaining focused on mission objectives in the early outs of the campaign, as the desire to turn walkers into roadkill was impossible to ignore. Of course, my vehicle wasn't the only weapon I had at my disposal. Since I couldn't leave the car, I needed more advanced weaponry, and Zombie Driver HD was more than happy to supply me. Rockets flew from my hood, terminating in crowd-vanquishing explosions, and flames leapt from a nozzle attached to my rig, barbequing the undead. Mostly, I stuck with the minigun because it thinned the herds more effectively than anything.The more biters I snuffed out, the fatter a post-level paycheck I received. With a heftier stack of cash, I could afford an impressive number of upgrades for the various cars I had acquired throughout the campaign. It's thanks to my income that my police car, limo, bus, and top secret military roadster were able to take on the vast swarms of zombies that manifested late in the campaign. It's especially useful that I could upgrade my defenses, as there tended to be multiple Gauntlet-like destructible spawning points present in each mission. Suffice it to say that I was overrun more than a few times, and it was nice to have some reinforced armor to mitigate the damage.Unfortunately, I'm running low on praise for Zombie Driver HD. Sure, there are a few missions that provide you with a tank, whose shells can wipe out herds like no one's business, but the game still lost its charm somewhere after the halfway point.Although there were multiple cars to upgrade, I found myself ignoring most of them and focusing on only a few vehicles. That left me wondering why the game offered so many different rides for you to trick out if most of them were going to end up obsolete anyway. It would have been more preferable to showcase a line of vehicles with various advantages and drawbacks, rather than have maybe two or three that rule the roost.Occasionally, the game would glitch as well. Sometimes I'd hit a piece of environment and my car would land on its side. Typically, I would respawn somewhere nearby, turned right side up. Sometimes, though, the respawn would fail to engage and I'd have to sit and watch as the walking dead dismantled my car. This occurred a few times in the middle of tough missions, usually when I was kicking major tail. Although I'm not prone to motion sickness, I would be remiss were I not to mention that the game's movements can be quite dizzying. Any time I needed to execute a donut, the screen would rotate in a hypnotic manner. I had trouble focusing during moments like that, and I could only imagine that I would upchuck were I motion sick. Zombie Driver HD's biggest drawback, though, was that the game was repetitive as all get out. Yes, I expected as much. There aren't many zombie-killing games that aren't chock full of basic combat repeated ad nauseam. After a while, crushing hordes of zombies became tiresome. I desired variety, and thought that the game could deliver by providing a plethora of mission types. No such luck, unfortunately. Most of the missions consisted of rescuing survivors and bringing them back to my base. Each such mission rose and fell in a familiar arc, usually beginning with a long drive to an overrun building, eventually segueing into a firefight against oodles of zombies and their spawning points. Now and then I'd have to drive away from an objective to nab some health or weapon refills. Fully restored, I would return and utilize the same strategies until the field was clear of shambling corpses. Wash, rinse, repeat: that's all it takes to secure an endangered building.The game did have a few other mission types, but even those were repeated several times. There's only so many occasions a gamer can "destroy X spawning points" or "defend zombie repellent equipment" before the experience wanes. Although Zombie Driver HD is thoroughly action-packed, the abundance of violence becomes desensitizing before the game's conclusion. Zombie Driver HD is not a bad game, though. It's still above average in my book, it's just that its dearth of variety is more noticeable than it should be, and its wealth of action alone isn't enough to keep the experience exciting forever. It's a decent thrill ride for anyone who needs a palate cleanser, but ultimately there are many superior zombie slaying titles out there. 041b061a72


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