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Developer Mika Mobile has a long and complicated history with Android. It very publicly dropped support for the platform back in 2012 before slinking back in 2014 with Battleheart Legacy. It launched a new game last week, and now there are two more listings from Mika Mobile—one new and one back from the dead. Yes, Zombieville USA 1 and 2 are on Android.The Zombieville USA games are simple side-scrolling beat-em-ups set during a zombie apocalypse. You have to make it through each stage without getting your brain eaten. At your disposal are various weapons that can be unlocked with the cash you pick up in the game. The two games are very similar, but the second one has more unlockable content and it looks nicer.Left: Zombieville USA, Right: Zombieville USA 2
Zombieville USA 2 is a completely new listing on Android as it was only ever available on iOS. The original game was on Android years ago, but was delisted when the developer chose to stop supporting it. Now, it's back with new chapters that never made it to Android. The original Zombieville USA is free (neat) and the second one is $0.99 with no in-app purchases.Update 1: 2016/06/21 11:32am PDT
The original Battleheart has returned to Android under a new listing too. It's also free.And gotta get my fan fixed first. After 30 minutes it just crashes from overheating
31rjejrWed 7th Apr 2021@nessisonett We've reached the stage in civilization's development where all we have left to teach our young children is how to survive the zombie apocalypse b/c it's become inevitable at this point. "family friendly zombie apocalypse" Sure, why not.
32streetzmanWed 7th Apr 2021@justpizza Smash Bros: A multiplayer 2D platformer fighter