Lamebo VS. Zombies (iPhone) Game Review: Simply AWESOME

What do you consider as an unlikely protagonist during a zombie outbreak? How about a mutated lamb who looks like he has been genetically crossed with Rambo and some random alpha male Marine and is heavily armed at the same time? You would get Lamebo from Swag Soft’s latest release for the iPhone, Lamebo VS. Zombies.


Judging from how the game plays, I would certainly would like to have this foul-mouthed, jingo-spouting, machine gun totting crazy lamb watching my six in a real zombie outbreak. The backstory for the game involves some scientific experiments going awry, causing a whole plethora of zombies to come up.

Lamebo being the sole survivor and the apparent be all, end all to this entire mess  is such a stand-up kind of sheep, he goes to work immediately.Gameplay is very simple as Lamebo is placed in the middle of the screen and players just tap on enemies to get Lamebo to shoot at them.

The bottom of the screen plays host to the number of weapons that Lamebo has purchased through the earnings gained from killing zombies (no work should go unrewarded). Each level is divided into waves and the enemies that players face grow from strength to strength as they progress through the levels.

There are even zombie ninja rabbits that cloak in and out (!) and these are not the only opponents that will illicit a “WTF where did those guys come from” expression from players.


Lamebo VS. Zombies is pretty much all action and no filler. Levels have three different difficulty levels to choose from.Weapons can be bought and each can be UPGRADED three times for maximum zombie killing firepower. Achievements and Leader Boards are provided for on Game Center and the testosterone-saturated among us would certain appreciate those two features.

Nine Over Ten 9/10 awards Lamebo VS. Zombies with a 4.5 out of 5. AWESOME STUFF. The game is available on the  iTunes App Store for just USD 0.99, check it out over here: http://bit.ly/imu4tx. A review code was provided to Nine Over Ten 9/10 for the purpose of this review.



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