Android Invaded By Call Of Duty Zombies

Written by Tony Ibrahim     06/08/2012 | 00:57 | Category: INDUSTRY

Android smartphones are about to get an entertainment injection with the release of COD's Black Ops Zombies.

Android Invaded By Call Of Duty Zombies

Gamers will fight blood-hungry zombies on their way through several popular maps—such as Kino Der Toten, Ascension and Call of the Dead: Director's Cut—while on the go right from their Android smartphone.

In Dead-Ops Arcade, players will brave 50 levels equipped with weapons familiar to the console game. Gamers can go it solo or as part of a team of four, but to make sure multiplayer gaming is smooth, all online gameplay will have to be over WiFi.

Solo gamers can enhance the gaming experience with CoD's Point System, with the in-app purchases granting them access to additional areas and better weapons in less time.


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If you own a Sony Xperia smartphone, you'll benefit from 30 days exclusivity, with the game available to all other 'droids thereafter. The game has been adapted by Ideaworks Game Studio and distributed by Glu Mobile Inc. in partnership with Activision.

"We're thrilled to partner with Glu Mobile and Ideaworks to bring the Call of Duty: Black Ops Zombies mobile experience to Android, and we couldn't be more excited to launch first on Sony's critically acclaimed line-up of Xperia devices," says Greg Canessa, Vice President of Mobile Development, Activision Publishing, Inc.


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