Reviews and Problems with Teenage Zombies: Invasion of the Alien Brain Thingys
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An In-Complete Truth
JakX , GameStop
30 July 2009
Summary: The core idea of Teenage Zombies is ideal, yet the gameplay stops it in its tracks. The game fails to be funny on many occasions, and the ending didn't seem to satisfy. However, the puzzles are hard which makes it a great game for fans of the puzzle genre. The gameplay the game shows is unique, which is hard to find in many puzzle-based games. The 15 minigames are very interesting and fun.
Summary: I bought this game on a whim, not knowing anything about it (it was on sale :)). I thought it looked like a really funny concept. The whole "Invasion of the Alien Brain Thingys" had me chuckling. After playing it, however, it just isn't complex enough for my tastes. The graphics are good, the zombie characters are "cute", and the storyline is interesting enough, but the gameplay itself is just way too repetitive and uninteresting to keep me playing for longer than a few...
Summary: Anybody who has ever played a Lost Vikings game back in the day will be familiar with this game... It's the same concept, same mechanics..you have three zombies, and you have to use each one for their unique special abilities in order to get through the levels, which are pretty much giant mazes/puzzles. The graphics are nice for DS, and look like a comic book. There's voice overs too for intros and cut scenes.
Teenage Zombies: Invasion of the Alien Brain Thingys! (DS)
Rex Inego, Verdicts
20 April 2008
Excerpt: In the world of video games it is common knowledge that zombies serve as great fodder for the target of bullets, swords and blunt objects, but what happens when an even bigger threat comes along that the human race simply cannot handle? Teenage Zombies: Invasion of the Alien Brain Thingys is a game that answers that very question.