Category Archives: Zombies
Instead of boring you with my continued lack of exergaming progress, zombies, GIT is bringing you a post 420% more awesome than any other post.
Today’s post combines two of the three things GIT is about; zombies + exergaming = ZOMBIES, RUN!, a zombierific “running game and audio adventure for the iPhone and Android.” Sadly, this game is not yet ready for action, but it will be soon with the help of Kickstarter and backers.
Before I proceed, I’d like to thank CEO of Six to Start, Adrian Hon and lead writer for ZOMBIES, RUN!, Naomi Alderman, for taking the time for this interview. While the trailer and website already had me lacing up my running shoes with Android in hand, Adrian and Naomi’s responses make the fact that this game is not yet available that much harder to cope with, but all the more enticing. Read the rest of this entry
Although usually portrayed as tough as Jason Statham, the lone wolf rarely evades being noshed on and turned into one of the zombie horde. Surviving the ZA is a team effort.
Lets be honest here… Who didn’t appreciate having a teammate in Resident Evil 0 and 5? Who wasn’t thankful for having three people to back their character (even if they were CPUs) in the Left 4 Dead series? Who thought Columbus wouldn’t make it through Zombieland without Tallahassee, Wichita, and Little Rock? How many times do we yell, “She’s going to die,” when some chick decides to wander away from her ZAT? We acknowledge and appreciate ZATs because we know if we were really faced with the ZA and didn’t have the teammates to back us, “screwed” would be nowhere near an adequate enough word to describe our situation. Read the rest of this entry
This week we ask the question, “Where will I go? What’s my destination?”
While reviewing this point, for a moment, we’re going to take out the aspect of you worrying about having your face eaten off and we’ll put this into more of a business/life development aspect. Essentially, these questions are asking you, “What’s your goal?” Read the rest of this entry