iOS App For ZombiU Released – Cool Stuff

By   /   Nov 21, 2012


The Nintendo Wii U has been released all over the world and so has ZombiU. Ubisoft has decided to spread the word even further about their zombie apocalyptic game by releasing its app on the iOS.

First of all, let me clarify that this is not a game. It’s an app that turns your actual photo into its zombie counterpart. Meaning that you can see what you would look like if you got infected by the in-game virus in the real world.

One thing to note is that the app shows your gradual transition from human to zombie. It takes whole seven days for a complete transition to zombie state, and you can check your progress day by day. Furthermore, you can share this photo on social media outlets like Facebook and Twitter. You can even record emergency messages using this app and later upload them on YouTube!

Keep in mind that this feature is also present in the main game, ZombiU as well.
This app is currently available on iTunes.

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