gamers (100%) found this review helpful
Zombies saving the world, interesting. I loved all the brain munching. I'm a occasional gamer at best. I usually tryout the games before I let my daughter play them. I found this game kind of fun. I liked being able to switch between the zombies and the seemingly unlimited lives. Having to switch between the characters soo much became tedious. I got to a section that to me and my daughter was impossible to pass. What was needed was an ability to switch characters mid jump but obviously was not allowed. Frustrating. I had a gamer friend try it and he was able to get through. He's a prolific gamer. That was the only part he had a comment for. "litte tricky" The game is otherwise pretty simple and fun. Lot's of mini games and mini comics to collect.
posted by penumbria (PHILADELPHIA, PA) Apr 26, 2008
Member since Mar 2005
gamers (86%) found this review helpful
This is a cute game. You play as three zombies who are Earth's only hope against an alien invasion of brains (which zombies eat). The story is set up like a comic book and at times you turn the DS to read a new page (cut scene). The game is fun but at times frustrating when you miss a jump and land in a bunch of enemies or when you switch between the zombies constantly. But it is a nice little platformer, reminiscent of the old style Castlevania games, in my opinion.
Teenage Zombies: Invasion of the Alien Brain Thing
posted by grimmonkey (PETALUMA, CA) Jun 26, 2010
Member since Jun 2010
The game concept is good but the repetition of the levels get very boring. The mini-games help break up the boredom factor but only barely. The graphics are reasonable good and the controls workable. By the end of the game I felt cheated out of time I could have spent on a better game.