Burn Zombie Burn! available now on Apple Mac

Thursday 2nd June 2011: Digital publisher Kavcom has announced that doublesix games’ action-packed undead-shooter Burn Zombie Burn! is out now on the Apple Mac App Store. Burn Zombie Burn! for Apple Mac features extensive control options to play the game in addition to mouse and keyboard, including PlayStation 3 DualShock wireless controller, Xbox 360 wired controller, iShock gamepad and BZB Gamepad - an iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad free-to-download gamepad app.

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 including chainsaws, baseball bats and mega machine guns.  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.

Apple Mac gamers will be able to experience the full, manic zombie-killing mayhem with an unprecedented choice of controllers,” said Managing Director of Kavcom, Tony Kavanagh.“ The integration of the free BZB Gamepad iPhone and iPod Touch app has worked especially well on Apple Mac, and you’ll also be able to play effortlessly using a range of existing popular console gamepads.”

Burn Zombie Burn! for Apple Mac has every drop of the fantastic addictive gameplay that has established our undead blaster as a worldwide smash,” added doublesix games Studio Head, James Brooksby.

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%.

A brand new promotional video for Burn Zombie Burn! on Apple Mac demonstrating the extensive control options is available here: www.kavcom.co.uk/burnzombieburn

Burn Zombie Burn! for Apple Mac was developed by original creators doublesix games in conjunction with Kavcom and TickTock Games. Burn Zombie Burn! will be lighting up other iOS devices during Q3 2011.

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Kavcom

Kavcom was established in 2006 as a business development agency supporting games developers in the Yorkshire and Midlands regions of the UK. In 2010, Kavcom began digitally publishing on all major platforms, including Apple iOS, Android, Microsoft Phone 7 and BlackBerry devices.

doublesix games

Since its establishment in 2007 by Kuju Entertainment, doublesix has become a leader in the development and digital distribution of games across all the main downloadable platforms including Xbox Live Arcade, PlayStation Network and PC distribution platforms such as Steam. doublesix was established to create addictive,‘have another go’ video games’ based on compelling original IP.

TickTock Games

TickTock Games was established in 2005 by a group of likeminded individuals to create a new vision in game development. This team of skilled producers and programmers, each with over ten years experience in the industry, have enjoyed success in major retail products for a range of platforms. TickTock Games boast a wide and eclectic skill set, all the way from low level platform programming, web development, network programming through to 3D graphics programming. 

Links:

Game: www.burnzombieburn.com

Publisher: www.kavcom.co.uk

Creator: www.doublesixgames.com

Developer: www.ticktockgames.com 


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