Age of Zombies, Tamogatchi and more coming to Windows Phone
By Simon Burns On 5 Jan, 2012 At 12:43 PM | Categorized As News, Windows Phone | With 1 Comment

Microsoft have updated their games page for upcoming Windows 7.5 games with a whole load of new titles.

The biggest of them is Halfbrick’s Age of Zombies, a twin stick zombie shooter with a lot of flair and wit. We reviewed the game here and really liked it, and it will be a good addition to Windows Phone – if the price is right. The second new game is Tamogatchi, a decent looking casual game based on those annoying toys.

GeoDefense Swarm, a game we are surprised hasn’t already made the leap to Windows Phone, and Bullet Asylum, a brand new title, make up the last of the planned releases.

Bullet Asylum actually looks really good, and we have included a trailer for it below.

Overall, really good news for Windows Phone gamers, lets just hope that Microsoft can keep the prices down to something comparable with their rivals.

 

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