Yay! Zombies just made it’s way to the Google Play Store. It was originally available for iPhone users, but this is drahtwerk’s first offer for Android. If shooting and slicing ragdoll zombies flying in the air is your thing, you’re going to love this one. All you have to do is tap to shoot your MP5 or swipe your finger to cut the zombies to pieces.
What do you get when you cross Android with zombies and Call of Duty? Pure amazingness Ie. Call of Duty Black Ops: Zombies. The popularity of zombies, rather, the popularity of killing them has grown exponentially. So much so that there is a version being developed for Android and by the looks of it, is almost ready for prime time!
Smartphone Zombies Are Alive and Well in Philadelphia Smartphone Zombies Are Alive and Nicely in Philadelphia. Who knows how long they will survive. By Larry Mendte 8/13/2012 Comments · Tweet. The head-down zombies are everywhere. You can spot them half a block away. Unaware of the planet about … Read more on Philadelphia Magazine (weblog)
Heads up, new minor release of Openbox.http://openbox.org/wiki/Openbox:Changelog#3.5.2Not yet in experimental. I tried compiling it on wheezy, and it seemed to build, but did not run. Then I gave up because I'm not using Openbox atm anyway.
Game is for free, with possibility to use in app purchases. Sweet features to enjoy:
- 9 types of weapons
- 3 upgrades for each weapon
- thrilling fights with the zombies and
- bad *** boss
- local heroes in the saloon
- many tasks and ranks
- nifty items in the shop
Hey,I'm currently running the latest waldorf snapshot, and I can't get Openbox-multihead working. I was wondering if anyone had any experience with using it, I think the main problem is the conflicting nature with Openbox. It seems to use the same executable names being openbox, openbox-session, openbox-kde-session and openbox-gnome-session.