Glu Mobile, a leading global developer and publisher of social mobile games for smartphone and tablet devices, has announced Infected, its new freemium App for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.
Infected takes players into a world overrun with virus infected zombies, incubated in the streets of New York City. This virus continues to turn seemingly normal people into insane, violent zombies. It’s eat or be eaten – either cleanse the streets of the mad, flesh-hungry infected or say your goodbyes.
This challenging strategy-defense game requires players to survive the zombie onslaught with the help of cooperative units of fighting NYC cops and muggers, as well as explosive vehicles.
Players can join forces with friends on Facebook, Game Center and OpenFeint to spread their own unique viruses throughout the world in multiplayer counter-attack campaigns. Tired of playing nice? Turn from ally to enemy and start infecting those same friends.
“Infected brings the strategic, tower defense experience to a social mobile platform,” said Brian Lowe, executive producer at Glu Mobile. “Fans of fast-paced, multiplayer gaming will enjoy connecting with friends to battle in a global effort.”
Infected offers a number of ways to defend yourself and spread viruses to others including:
• DEFENSE LINES: deploy defensive units like NYC cops, muggers, vehicles and more in campaign mode!
• MULTIPLAYER ATTACKS: infect your friends and let your virus take over the world in multiplayer mode!
• CUSTOMIZE YOUR VIRUS: use accessories to change the appearance and effects of zombies!
The Infected App is available for free from the App Store on iPad, iPhone and iPod touch or at http://itunes.apple.com/app.
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