Blast Zombies To Bits In Zombie Grinder On Steam Early Access Gamer

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Do you like blasting zombie brains out? Do you also happen to like wielding giant weapons to plow through a horde of zombies? Well, if you like all of the above, get ready to spill more gib than you can imagine in the Early Access-available game Zombie Grinder.

TwinDrills brings zombie lovers a nice Gameboy-Advanced looking game called Zombie Grinder. Just like any other survival zombie game, you will get loot from different crates and boxes so that you can upgrade your weapons to blast down more hordes of zombies.

Something that caught my attention was the multiplayer, which allows you to invite and play with friends online or locally. Meaning you can share the zombie fun either solo or with your buddies. Adding on to the fun, you can make your very on maps or choose from maps that randomize for an added surprise.

For those that love decking their weapons out will be pleased to know that you can also make your own weapons like shotguns or rocket-launchers with extra “beef” to them, that is if you can handle it. You can check out the latest video trailer for Zombie Grinder below.

For those that stick around long enough like any other RPG, means the more EXP you’ll gain. As you level you will get skill points that activate passive skills and additional bonuses to gain an edge over your undead counterparts. The game also features different modes to spice up gameplay like PvP, PvE, CTF, TDM, DM and a special mode of their own called Gun-Game, which plays out kinda like common deathmatch but with a twist.

The game as noted above will feature a level editor and will also support full Steam Workshop. The team also wants to add-on to the map editing fun by opening up the source of some of the gameplay code so that a larger scope of modification will be at hand.

If this game seems like wicked fun, you can head on over to Steam to try it out on Early Access for $8.99. You can also check out the devs main website for more info on Zombie Grinder.

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