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Call of Duty: World at War Zombies
Call of Duty WaW Z
The App Store Icon For Zombies.

Developer(s)

Ideaworks

Publisher(s)

Activision

Version

1.5.1

Genre(s)

First-person shooter

Mode(s)

Single-player, two-person bluetooth co-op, four-person online.

Ratings

17+

Call of Duty: ZOMBIES (originally known as Call of Duty: World at War: Zombies) is a spin-off game of the Call of Duty series based on the widely popular Nazi Zombies mode of Call of Duty: World at War. Developed by Ideaworks Game Studio and published by Activision for the iOS (iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad). It was released worldwide on November 16, 2009. The game allows for multiplayer cooperative gameplay locally via an ad hoc Wi-Fi or Bluetooth network, or globally through the internet. Originally, the game supported downloadable content, in the form of Verrückt and Shi No Numa. However, a future update made the two maps free. a a sequal, entitled Call of Duty: Black Ops Zombies has been released.

Gameplay

The goal of the game is the same as the console version, to survive the unending hordes of zombies for as many rounds as possible. Unlike the console version, player can change the difficulty to either Recruit, giving the player more health, or Regular, just like the console version. Zombies will walk, run, or crawl toward players and try to attack and kill them. Zombies can be killed in the same ways the player does in the console version:

  • Shooting them
  • Melee attack them with the knife
  • Throw grenades
  • Bouncing Betties
  • Traps (not available on Nacht Der Untoten)

The zombies will knock down barriers from windows or from walls to get to players. These barricades can be easily repaired by players. There are also points, which can be used to buy weapons from chalk outlines on walls and using the Mystery Box. Points can also be used to buy new areas in the map, power-ups and trap usage, however the perks and traps are not available in Nacht der Untoten. The maps are almost completely the same as the console versions. The layout is exactly the same, but there are some differences in appearances. For example, the console version of Nacht Der Untoten has several shrubs and other foliage outside the building. In the iPod version, there is a forest of dead trees with no bushes in sight. Also, Der Riese has noticeably dense fog throughout the map, making it difficult to see very far. On the iPhone, some weapons reload faster and some reload slower due to certain weapons like the Thompson and Gewehr 43 not needing to be cocked back after the magazine is emptied. However, on the downside, the STG-44 and MP40 will always have to be cocked back even when the magazine is not emptied.

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