I played a fun little game over the weekend that captured my attention long enough for me to play all the way through it, so it makes a perfect review for today. It’s a flash game called Infectionator: World Dominator
You start out as an unseen force spontaneously infecting small villages in Africa with a zombie plague virus. The more people you infect, and the more people those infected zombies eat, the more money you get. The more money you get, the more you can research improvements to your virus, which allows you to infect more people more effectively. As you destroy each village/town/city you move on to other countries and continents until you finally reach total annihilation at the North Pole.
The classic retro graphics immediately stole my heart, but as soon as I started acquiring the special zombies, including a zombie Ronald McDonald and Thriller-zombie Michael Jackson, I was hooked. The game is consistently fun all the way through, although it can be completed from start to end in only a couple of hours.
The music is cute, although repetitive. But the whole game itself is kind of repetitive by nature. In any case, if you’re a fan of zombie games or infection games, check this out.
You can play Infectionator: World Dominator right here at Kongregate.
Until next time, folks.