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‘Black Ops’ Zombies Are So Silent You Didn’t Even Notice They Shambled Onto Android Devices

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It’s true. Black Ops’ zombies are among the most silent of the many varieties of undead. That’s what makes them so deadly. They can shamble onto your Android smart phone and you won’t have a clue until you turn it on and are greeted with a mouthful of rotten zombie teeth to your face. That’s how my great great grandpappy died back in the summer of ’69. He had just purchased himself a shiny new Lumia 900–a cerulean one because he was comfortable with his sexuality–and thinking it was safe, he turned it on and a zombie ate him. The point of this story is if you don’t want to be eaten, you need to act quickly. Beat those stupid zombies at their own game by checking out Call of Duty Black Ops Zombies on your Android smart phone. More after the jump.

If you have a Sony Xperia smart phone, you can get it now. This exclusivity will last 30 days, and during that month I predict a lot of unsuspecting Android phone owners getting their faces chewed off because they weren’t able to act fast enough. It’ll be available to everyone soon, and when it is, you can gorge yourself on “Kino Der Toten, Ascension, and Call of the Dead: Director’s Cut, as well as “Dead-Ops Arcade,” a 50-level zombie gauntlet that provides the ultimate undead challenge for fans of Call of Duty’s signature Zombie action.” You can go at it alone or with up to four players via Wi-Fi using an exclusive arsenal of weapons and perks.

So is anyone interested in this, or are you too busy getting your dose of zombie action from somewhere else?

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  • BurnTheBlueSky

    I’m gonna need you to email me an official count of how many times you used “Shambled On” in one of your articles. Followed by a letter of resignation.

    • Adam Dodd

      ZOMBIES SHAMBLE, DON’T YOU GET IT? And I’ve used it in the title of an article four times in the last two years. But now I feel the urge to work it into every title from now on. “Why don’t you shamble on over and watch this trailer?” or “A new batch of screens shamble into view” I’LL NEVER STOP.

  • eddi

    Finally!