Drag, Drop, Eat Brains In Loveable Zombie

By Spencer . October 25, 2010 . 5:18pm

015[2]Chunsoft’s zombies may look loveable, but they’re really brain hungry… farmers. A mysterious gas killed farmers and turned them into the living dead. Now you can control them in Loveable Zombie by using the Nintendo DS’ stylus.


Similar to a real-time strategy game, players can select a group of zombies by circling them. You can tell them where to move by drawing lines on the touch screen. it’s possible to make all nearby zombies scramble to a point by tapping the screen.


Loveable Zombie also has two multiplayer games. There’s Deadsal (a portmanteau of dead and futsal), which is like soccer. In Party Hunt up to four players can take on bosses. Deadsal supports download play so you don’t need four copies of Loveable Zombie to play soccer of the dead.


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Chunsoft has Loveable Zombie slated for release in January of next year for Japan. A North American release has not been announced, but the game looks rather import friendly with English menus and icons. Huh, perhaps its going to be localized?


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  • okayseriously

    Zombie games. How original.

    • SolidusSnake

      A game where you send armies of undead minions to devour peoples’ brains with the DS stylus sounds pretty damn original to me. If you were being sarcastic I think you failed D:

    • Ereek

      High fantasy games. How original.
      Science Fiction games. How original.

      See, I can play this game with mindless generalizations that completely ignore the game’s genre and gameplay too!

  • Chow

    This sounds like mindless fun. >:)

  • Hahaha wow, never thought of anybody making a RTS-like Zombies game. Color me intrigued……I need to see a video of this.

  • Is “Loveable Zombie” the actual name of the game? There seems to be more and more grammatical errors in the official titles of video games lately.

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