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So we started a company and we are determined to make the best zombie game for the iphone ever.   We love zombie movies, after all, and who doesn't?  Whether they be the classics like "Night of the Living Dead," or modern day retakes like "Zombieland," there seems to be no end to what writers and directors believe causes a zombie plague, nor a ceiling for the indomitable spirit of mankind.    When we knew we were making an iphone zombie game, we thought to ourselves "why will this be better than any other iphone game, specifically Plants vs. Zombies (which one of our team couldn't put down long enough to have a conversation)?"

Of course, the answer for the game, as in life, is that it's all how you look at things.  And we decided to look at things a bit differently. We knew that it had to be a game we would like, but perhaps more importantly, one that  all the 15 year olds around us would LOVE. (This would have an ancillary benefit of keeping them quiet for a while).  It wouldn't just have to be a great iphone zombie game, it would have to as good or better than other zombie movies, zombie halloween costumer, zomblie online games, and zombie comic books.

HOW WERE WE GOING TO MANAGE THAT?  Naturally, by summoning the human spirit in the midst of a zombie outbreak.   No matter how bleak the outlook, they muster the strength to secure food and bolt the doors.  Guessing we had only to nightfall, we laid out our weapons, and got to work.




It all started with a simple drawing of a girl.  A girl zombie. A girl zombie who liked ice cream.   The drawing, by a cartoonist from Ireland, was a manifestation of a dream that four Bostonians had had.  It was the first ever combination of zombies, ice cream and a chicken.

It is said that to be successful you must be bold.  And bold means being inventive.  It's hard, when you think about it, to be innovative with a zombie game. The market is not saturated, but it is crowded.  It brings to mind the mall in George Romero's zombie classic "Dawn of the Dead."

And by that, I mean the market for this genre of games has ALMOST seen it all with zombie PC games, flash zombie games, zombie attacks and iphone zombie games.

But these four Bostonians were not deterred.  They knew that with the right attitude, some luck, and a dedicated bunch of fans and a great artist, they too would invent an incredible game that would make the dead and undead alike scream with joy.    And it wouldn't be just any zombie shooter game, or cheap free online zombie game.  It would be the BEST ZOMBIE GAME EVER.  And of course, it would feature a chicken.