Zombie Night Terror

Gambitious Digital Entertainment, NoClip
Jul 20, 2016 - PC
Strong Man

OpenCritic Rating

78

Top Critic Average

57%

Critics Recommend

Metro GameCentral
8 / 10
TheSixthAxis
8 / 10
God is a Geek
9 / 10
Wccftech
8 / 10
COGconnected
77 / 100
Gaming Nexus
7 / 10
ZTGD
7 / 10
TrustedReviews
3.5 / 5
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Metro GameCentral

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8 / 10
Metro GameCentral

The best Lemmings game since the Amiga days, except with flesh-eating zombies instead of mindless mammals.

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Plotting the downfall of the human race is a rare treat in videogames, and there’s a lot of fun to be had in bringing this to pass in Zombie Night Terror. The zombie apocalypse by way of Lemmings, NoClip have done a great job of mixing their inspirations into something new and imaginative.

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A wonderfully designed zombie romp, providing a tough challenge with some fantastic humour and music along the way.

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Zombie Night Terror is a great little tactical game, with a distinct art style and direction that makes zombies interesting again. At a low price, offering a good length that offers replay value in side objectives, there's no doubt that this is a game that should be looked at and is worth your time.

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The cute pixel graphics make the game ten times more haunting when a jolly pixel man with an afro is torn to shreds by a pack of zombies.

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Zombie Night Terror mixes the tired undead genre with the puzzle gameplay of the Lemming series, oddly enough. It works for the most part but the game is too difficult and obtuse for its own good. There is an enjoyable puzzler here, just expect to deal with some trial and error frustration along the way.

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The art direction astutely compliments the gameplay and the self-referential, retro-infused style of Zombie Night Terror. It is a title that feels a lot like a postmodern love letter to games of a bygone era.

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Zombie Night Terror gets in chomping distance of greatness, only to stumble over its own shuffling feet. It’s smart, stylish, inventive and funny in its own gruesome, mildly sadistic way, but can also be a little too fiddly and demanding as the game goes on.

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