Zombie apocalypse is not an uncommon theme when it comes to video games. Traditionally, these kinds of games have players become some desperate humans who must do everything within their power to survive the undead onslaught. These days, however, it seems many developers are trying to take a different route. Just last week we reported on Zombie Night Terror, a Lemmings-like puzzle game where you actually control the zombies and must try to completely eliminate humanity. Now, another game that shares the same idea, Infectonator 3: Apocalypse, is also making its way to mobile after spending over a year on Steam. Check out the trailer for it below:

Still, despite the similarity in term of the premise, the mechanics of Infectonator 3: Apocalypse is pretty different from Zombie Night Terror. In this top-down action strategy game, your task is to unleash zombies on public places to infect as many living people as possible before they have a chance to rally and put you down.  That sounds simple, yet it involves a surprising amount of depth and strategy. On top of that, the game features an incredibly engaging progression system that allows you to upgrade your minions with plenty of stat boosts and passive bonuses.

Unleash zombies on public places to infect the living

The mobile port of Infectonator 3 will be a fully premium release with no ads or IAPs, and it will offer the same experience as the desktop version. That means none of the content is cut out. You’ll have access to everything, from the 200+ levels that will keep you engaged for at least 15-20 hours to the weekly challenges and Game Center achievements. The game is set to hit the App Store today with a price tag of $4.99 (Rs 345), so be sure to keep an eye out for it if you are interested.