doublesix games’ undead-blasting PlayStation 3 smash hit lurches onto Apple Mac in May and creeps up on iPhone and iPad in Q2 2011
Kavcom has announced an exclusive licensing deal with doublesix games for Burn Zombie Burn! Kavcom will bring iOS App Store versions of the PlayStation 3 hit to Apple Mac in May and then iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch in Q2 2011. Check out the Mac and Mobile mini site here.
Burn Zombie Burn! is an action-packed arcade shooter where you take on the role of Bruce, a character who has to fight off a never-ending horde of undead attackers with increasingly bizarre weaponry. To score high, you will have to set fire to as many zombies as possible – the more zombies on fire, the bigger your multiplier – but be careful, burning zombies are faster and much more dangerous.
Burn Zombie Burn! was awarded 88% by GameZone who said: “what a zombie-killer game should be…offering all the creativity, hilarity, and destruction any gamer could ask for and then some!” and was also branded “great” by IGN and given a stellar 83% score. “A good time all round,” said 1UP who also scored the game with a whopping 83%. Burn Zombie Burn! for iOS is being developed by original creators doublesix games in conjunction with Kavcom and TickTock Games.
“Working with doublesix to bring Burn Zombie Burn! to the App Store has been a great experience,” said Managing Director of Kavcom, Tony Kavanagh. “The game has already been a huge hit on the PlayStation Network and we’re anticipating a big success for Apple devices.”
“Kavcom was the natural choice for bringing Burn Zombie Burn! to the App Store,” commented doublesix games Studio Head, James Brooksby. “Kavcom has the development contacts and the experience as a collaborative digital publisher to ensure that the Burn Zombie Burn! experience is going to be fantastic on Apple’s devices.”
Burn Zombie Burn! is Kavcom’s second major licensing agreement after the release announcement of The Bitmap Brothers’ Z: The Game in April, and is part of the digital publisher’s ongoing collaboration with mainstream publishers to bring their IPs to other platforms.