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New shooting RPG game Zombie Metro – Seoul from BroadCON combines intense, action packed-storylines, stunning graphics, thrilling gameplay, dynamic battles, multiple weapon and armor options, and more. It’s the new dimension in shooting RPGs, and available from Google Play at no cost.
(PRWEB) January 26, 2013
Gamers who are craving an entirely brand new shooting RPGs – one that blends stunning HD graphics, an intense storyline, thrilling gameplay, dynamic battles and more – can now download BroadCON’s latest exciting creation: Zombie Metro – Seoul. The exciting, no-cost app is designed for Android-enabled devices, and available in English and Korean.
In Zombie Metro – Seoul, gamers fast-forward to the year 2020 and discover that Seoul has been overtaken by Zombies. They must navigate through the ruined city, take on the Zombie hordes in the Metro stations, strengthen their character as they fight through Seoul, and wage total war against the enemy – so they can finally emerge victorious as a hero.
Other special features found in Zombie Metro – Seoul include:
“Forget all shooting games until now, and all RPG games that people have ever played – the new trend is shooting RPGs, and Zombie Metro – Seoul is the pioneer” commented Stephen Choi, CEO of BroadCON.
Zombie Metro – Seoul is a no-cost app that gamers can download right now from Google Play at http://bit.ly/SEQMb2. A video demo is also available.
BroadCON is a developer of games and apps for android, ios, and html. The CEO of the company, Stephen Choi, wanted to create a company with the top professionals in the app development field and the capability to work with the most up to date technology. They currently have a broad selection of entertaining and creative apps available for download.
For more information contact James Lim
+82 10 2244 2450
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