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If You Have to commute into a city every morning, you've probably come across quite a few zombie drivers in your time. You might even have been one of them, stuck in a life of purest drudgery, yearning for the end of the day when you sink back in your chair and play some games again. Zombie Driver isn't about commuting or traffic jams, it's decidedly more invigorating than that (for a while). It's basically like the original top-down Grand Theft Auto . games, where you're this guy who drives around rescuing civilians and quirky individuals from various places under siege by the undead.
You can kill the zombies by either I running them down, which can lead to them swarming your vehicle if you rush into a large crowd, or using a variety of weapons to take them out from dictance, like rocket launchers and machine guns. As you progress, you earn money to buy upgrades and unlock new vehicles, but there's not a great deal more to it than this.
Sure, there are tricks, stunts and combos to pull off, plus the city is fairly explorable, but at the end of the day, there's not much you'll be doing towards the end that you won't have done lots of times at the start There is a funky little mod available from the developer's website, which allows for the game to be played in darkness, save for the headlights of your vehicle.
There's nothing wrong with Zombie Driver sticking to a simple concept and running with it There are only 17 story missions, with some side quests in them, to plough through, so it's doesn't outstay its welcome. These missions basically just consist of selecting a weapon (you can only carry one) then driving to the location marked on the screen. Once there, you kill some zombies, maybe find an armour power-up, and drive back to the start Repeat and you've done everything the game's asks of you. That said, running over zombie dogs is always fun, which is recommendation enough.