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Zombie HQ Now Free For Windows DevicesRebellion has announced that Zombie HQ is now free-to-play on Windows Phone, Windows RT and Windows 8. Players can take on the role as a survivor during the zombie apocalypse as they scavenge for weapons, rescue others and attempt to take back their city from the undead.

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Independent UK developer Rebellion is delighted to announce the global launch of Zombie HQ as a free-to-play game on Windows Phone, Windows RT and Windows 8.

Already infecting gamers on iOS and Android millions of times over, Zombie HQ marks the third high profile game developed by Rebellion for Windows Phone following Judge Dredd vs Zombies and Guns 4 Hire.

Playing as two survivors frustrated that the zombie apocalypse is getting in the way of having a good time, Windows gamers can now set out to reclaim their city – one zombie-blasting mission at a time.

As they battle the undead hordes, rescue survivors and scavenge for weapons and resources, players earn the cash and items they need to build the ultimate zombie HQ!

KEY GAME FEATURES

  • PLAY WITH A GAMEPAD on Windows RT and Windows 8 versions.
  • HEART-POUNDING MISSIONS – reclaim the city from the zombie hordes, battle bosses, air-lift survivors and search for even bigger guns!
  • CUSTOMISABLE HQ – take it easy between missions and pimp out your HQ with jukeboxes, pool tables, hot tubs … even guided missiles!
  • GORE-TASTIC GRAPHICS – bloody explosions, detailed environments and tons of enemies take advantage of the power of the latest Windows phones and tablets.
  • TASTY WEAPONS – including shotguns, assault rifles, explosives, sniper rifles, machine guns, flamethrowers, chainsaws and broadswords!
  • MALE AND FEMALE CHARACTERS – kit them out in caps, centurion armor, hockey masks, beer hats and more!

    Zombie HQ is now available FREE on the Windows Phone store and Windows Store.

    To learn more, visit the official Zombie HQ website.

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