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Burn Zombie Burn!

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Welcome to the char-grilled world of Burn Zombie Burn, where the best type of undead is barbequed undead. The goals are simple: keep Bruce alive, as he tries to keep Daisy alive, and get the highest score possible. Standing (well, ambling) in your way is a never ending horde of the rotting, stinking and stupid undead. Fortunately our mild-mannered hero Bruce can get hold of some tasty weaponry. Burn, batter, shoot, maim, blow up, mince, and obliterate as many zombies as possible before they make Bruce their dinner… Flaming zombies are faster and more dangerous than regular uncooked zombies. But burning zombies drop better pickups and act as a score multiplier – light ‘em up, score big, and have fun. Key features: A hoard of zombie types – dancers, exploders, armored, infectious, and fire-farting super zombies An arsenal of weaponry – bats, guns of all sizes, chain saw, flamethrower, lawnmower, brain gun and groovy dance gun Big red button – use weapon combos to enable the big red button and trigger unique level events A healthy range of explosives – upgrade your everyday TNT for increasingly destructive explosives and mines A truck load of pick-ups – ammo, defense for daisy, rampage, speed, time, TNT, TNT range and type upgrades, and junk food health boosters 6 infinite play arenas – The Woods, Graveyard, Suburbia, Drive-in, Army Base, Secret Lab 3 game modes – Free Play, Defend Daisy and Timed 10 challenges with alternate styles of play Super un-lockable bonuses including multiple game rendering modes A coffin full of in-game achievements to complete
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Release date
Mar 26, 2009
Kuju Entertainment Ltd
P2 Games
Age rating
17+ Mature

System requirements for PC


  • OS: Windows XP (Service Pack 3), Windows Vista, Windows 7
  • Processor: 1.8 GHz, Dual Core
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX® 9 compliant graphics adaptor. 512 MB, With Shader Model 3.0
  • DirectX®: DirectX® 9
  • Hard Drive: 2 GB space free
  • Sound: DirectX® 9 compliant sound card
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Last Modified: Sep 17, 2019

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Burn Zombie Burn! reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
In itself a really funny Game, it would not be so busty on the ps3 gabs nen multiplayer with splitscreen, not so with the PC Version. If you use the Chainsaw you have black boxes in front of one that cover the whole picture. Really poorly implemented. Just as I noticed it, there is no Support for the Game
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Microsoft from Deutsch
One of the worst Ports I've ever seen, < = 20FPS (!). And although it looks like a twin stick shooter, it's none, at least with the Controller. With the left stick you run, with one of the L buttons you aim (Auto-Aim of the next Opponent) and with RT you then shoot (the right Stick has nothing to say). With M + T I didn't try it in the first place.
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Microsoft from Deutsch
The first few Missions quite nice but after a quarter of An hour get annoying. Is not a pure Action title but a Mixture with such Skill for example you have to morph zombies near ner Siren then become the one other type of which you have to do a Number of X. We always stop Stressy especially when you are forced to play with a weaker Char ... Story technically ... Pfff I just want something cozy for the Couch. But for that, I am too little supple.
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Microsoft from French
Mouais I expect to play the 2D version of ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥-♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ that attracts me a little more, yes it's a Merry mess it farts in every corner, the game RAM to death (yet it is not left 4 dead), thanks my PC, too many things on the screen when you do not like it it kills the pleasure r, full of boring details as usual, the kind of Halo that serves as a viewfinder (what?????? It looks like Jesus who points the target of the end of his finger xD), the circle under the character (to say I am the!!!!!!!!!) Fu.... Etc. To finish it's pretty Gore, fun and quirky but ruined no small details of damage gameplay...
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Microsoft from French
This game frankly disappointed me. It sounded nice, though: a guy, hundreds of zombies, and we're all out. Besides graphically, the game is pleasing to the eye. Only voila, it is not enough to throw the player in an arena with infinite zombies by giving as goal a score for this one to be fun. Especially as the requested score is incredibly high. And it's not the worst, you have to burn some zombies to create a multiplier of points (and not kill the zombies that burn, under pain of reducing the multiplier). Only, burning them by the torch asks to do body to body, and therefore take damage. As a result, we take shots, we run from everywhere by being chased by dozens of zombies who burn and we try to shoot the others hoping to no longer be touched. morality, the intense and nervous side of the game is literally severed. On the screen, you end up not seeing much, enter the zombies that burn, the scenery too dark and the map small but badly ruined with really cripples cul de sac. Not really a real disappointment for me.
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