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Teenage Zombies by Ignition Entertainment

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E10+
  • Animated Blood
  • Crude Humor
  • Mild Cartoon Violence
Teenage Zombies is rated 2.3 out of 5 by 6.
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  • Platform: Nintendo DS
  • Publisher: Ignition Entertainment
  • Developer: Ignition Entertainment
  • Category: Action , Adventure

Product Details:

Thrown back in time to the 1980's, you are turned into a young boy and forced to play video games by an evil self-proclaimed "Game Master." Game Master Arino will test your gaming skills by throwing various challenges at you in a wide variety of retro games including shooters, racing, action and even an epic role-playing game. To escape you must defeat him in every retro game challenge he throws at you. But you are not alone in you quest - armed with access to gaming magazines, you can find cheat codes to warp to later levels, receive unlimited continues or even become invincible! A young Arino is at your side to keep you company during your challenges, quite amused that he grows up to be so evil and becomes the cause of your current predicament. Test your skills with the awesomeness of the 8-bit era and prevent the retro games from exacting their revenge!


  • Unique Comic Mode which drives the story with an interactive comic book style presentation
  • Platforming gameplay that requires the player to swap between characters to solve levels
  • Each character has their own unique abilities to aid them through their adventure
  • Mini Games featuring the zombies (or their body parts) using all the Nintendo DS features
  • The Big Brain Challenge - a series of quick micro mini games that happen at anytime during gameplay to win or lose against the Big Brain
  • ZAPS! (Zombie Assembly Pop-up Screen) - a mini-game where you use collected body parts to quickly create a zombie to regain your "unhealth points"
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing I have played and enjoyed Teenage Zombies.Zombies are not really my favorite,but something about Teenage Zombies is just special.The characters are great,music is a little off,but overall,it's a good game.
    Date published: 2011-07-18
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from NO:( Ok worst game ever. First if I could rate it -1000 I would.
    Date published: 2010-11-23
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from worst game ever!!!!!! :U This game is sooooooooooo boring! you don't really feel like you're the zombie! The comic strips try to make it sound funny but, sadly, it's not even close to funny. all you do is walk around and kill brain aliens. I would have ranked it a 0 but I couldn't. so this game is just a waste of your money. DO NOT BUY THIS GAME!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Date published: 2010-11-04
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not what I expected I got this game from my dad because I am a big fan of Zombies and he thought I would like it. It was my first game for my ds. It seemed nice from the title with the nice voice sound. pretty clear. good for a ds. But then you start playing... First off, the storyline. Aliens are taking over the world and it's up to 3 zombies to save the world. Not that good of a zombie line. Does not make sence and leaves gaps in the storyline. Maybe there is more but I don't know. Because of my 2nd complaint. The game is too hard. I have only completed the first few levels and got stuck. I tried to get pass the level i'm stuck on. I don't care enough for the game to repick it up and give it another go. That is what is wrong with this game. It's a kids game really. But it is too hard. I have not played it since the first week I had it. Have not played it for a year. I do not recommend.
    Date published: 2009-10-06
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from An In-Complete Truth The core idea of Teenage Zombies is ideal, yet the gameplay stops it in its tracks. The game fails to be funny on many occasions, and the ending didn't seem to satisfy. However, the puzzles are hard which makes it a great game for fans of the puzzle genre. The gameplay the game shows is unique, which is hard to find in many puzzle-based games. The 15 minigames are very interesting and fun. From a 8-bit shooter minigame to a skateboarding minigame, the games you find are covering almost every genre. The comic book cutscenes are very humerous even when it's supposed to be serious. The sequel should hopefully fix the problem if released, but overall the title is better than some of the games released on the Nintendo DS. This game is not nessicarally a must-buy, but it is a great game for the price.
    Date published: 2009-07-31
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Never playing this again I got this game from a friend who thought I might like it because I generally like zombie fighting type games. This is one game that makes so many other horrible games look good. I started off thinking that it would be a nice fighting game for the DS. No, you play as the zombies instead of getting to fight them. That kills the storyline right there but it manages to get worse. The things that the zombies are fighting are brains that are actually aliens invading the planet. The challenge was actually fair in the fact that the levels were complicated to finish at times. It has somewhere around thirty or so levels so I'd say the length is pretty good if you can actually get into the game. The controls except for the minigames are basically like the GameBoy Advance and don't evolve in the slightest. With the interface you do not feel as though you are the characters, you feel like you're reading a very unpopular comic. As for the sound, it's basically just very repetative music that plays through the entire game. I would not recommend this game to anyone, it just isn't that fun.
    Date published: 2009-06-29
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