Tear through the streets and kill off the undead with Zombie Driver!

Hull, UK Indie developers Exor Studios have finally released their anticipated first commercial title, Zombie Driver, a stylishly violent driving game pitting you against hordes of flesh hungry zombies. Developed using the Ogre3D rendering engine and PhysX by NVIDIA, Zombie Driver offers a gorgeous looking trip down memory, mixing a nostalgic top-down camera view with plenty of speed, explosions and free-roaming carnage to boot.

A disastrous chemical accident turns the population of a city into brain-munching monsters. The neighbourhood is being quarantined and you, a driver, are one of the few survivors stuck in there. With the military busy looking for a cure, they start asking you to pick up the remaining survivors and bring them to safety - and kill as many zombies as possible while you're at it! Shouldn't be a problem, thanks to the use of break-neck speeds, swooping turns, zombie limbs flying everywhere and mega weapons mounted on your vehicles to blast them back to the grave– including rocket launchers and dual railguns.

If customisation is your thing, why not try creating the carnage garage of your dreams. Zombie Driver comes with 6 different cars to choose from and upgrade in 9 different ways, all with weapons to attach and upgrade. Style is the name of the game here, and thanks to a dynamic combo system, you're rewarded for being creative and sending the zombies to hell with a swagger!

Zombie Driver is an insane mix of cars, speed, explosions, blood and of course– Zombies. If you like any of the above, you're going to want to check this out.

You can purchase Zombie Driver through Steam for£6.99 by following this link - http://store.steampowered.com/app/31410

You can read a full review of Zombie Driver in Thirteen1's December 13th release– http://www.thirteen1.com

Find out more about Zombie Driver at it's official site here - http://www.zombiedriver.com

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About Exor Studios

EXOR Studios is a game development company founded in August 2007 and based in Szczecin, Poland. It has become known for its work on the award winning and critically acclaimed Source Engine Mod - D.I.P.R.I.P. which was one of the first five mods to be distributed through the Steam digital distribution platform.

Its developers have broad experience on various game development platforms ranging from Microsoft Xbox 360 through PC to mobile platforms such as N-Gage 2.0, Symbian, BREW, Windows Mobile and J2ME. In the past EXOR Studios' key personnel had the pleasure to work on titles from the biggest companies in the industry such as EA Mobile, Sony Online Entertainment, Nokia, Namco, Square Enix, Longtail, Sulake and others.

About Thirteen1:

Thirteen1 is an independent free-to-read web-based games magazine. Each new issue is released on the 13th of every month at 13.00 GMT. Thirteen1 have published 20 issues to date, as well as 2 supplements. The coverage of Thirteen1 is multi-platform.

Thirteen1 is read in 125 territories, with the majority of the readership coming from North America, UK and BENELUX region. Thirteen1 is currently pushed out to an audience of 18,000. The readership has previously experienced monthly growth of 12%.

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