Yes, this is a thing. Hipster Zombies, everyone’s worst nightmare. They’re not only after your brains, but also after vintage clothes. The game was previously only available on Android, but you hipsters and your iPhones can kill yourselves all day FOR FREE. Sharkbomb Studios (Best name for a company ever?) is behind the game. “When living itself becomes to mainstream, what else is there to do?”, said Joachim Eckert, Technical Director of Sharkbomb Studios while packing his pipe. Head past the break for a gameplay trailer and game info.
· Zombies! – It’s a zombie game, so what did you expect? However in our game the Zombies are also hipsters. Plus there’s different types of them and they do different stuff.
· Places! – Defend a variety of distinct locations against the hipster zombie onslaught. Anything from the run-down back alley to the little coffee shop on the corner. Each level features it’s own pattern of attackers that you have to master. Otherwise it would be totally boring.
· Guns! – Of course a games with zombies needs some weapons! But in our game the guns are also Trash! To dispatch the Hipster Zombies you’ll have to kill them with what they desire most in (un)life, and that’s useless, old junk like vinyl records or bombs made out of old typewriters. And of course you can upgrade them!
· Irony! – What would a game about Hipsters be without irony? We don’t know either because you can certainly find some in ours, if you look for it. You get no bonus points for doing so but you might find yourself rewarded with a smug sense of satisfaction.
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