Teenage Zombies: Invasion of the Alien Brain Thingys!

DS Roundup

DS Roundup

Zombies, Ninjas, Crayons, Brains and Neves.


Every now and then, you play a mini-game - either in a collection of such games, or as a distraction in a larger game - and think to yourself, "hey, this would work as a full-size game!"

This isn't a thought that crossed our mind when we first encountered a NEVES-style puzzle. Simplistic in the extreme, the game's core idea will inevitably be familiar to most people - given a collection of geometric shapes, you need to slot them into position to make up a single shape. It's a classic puzzle game, but not, perhaps, the kind that makes for a full-scale game experience that you'd pay actual money to play.

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Teenage Zombies: Invasion of the Alien Brain Thingys!

InLight tells us how to survive.

Being both relatively cheap to develop for and a market leader with over 50 million sales makes the DS a less risky and incredibly enticing piece of hardware to make exclusives for. Publishers can take a bit of a chance so we can see something a little different.

Teenage Zombies for DS

Fighting alien brains.

Ignition has announced a new DS platform game where you play as a trio of teenage zombies fighting off an invasion of weird floating alien brains.