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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 959d ago | review

Touch Arcade: Organ Trail: Director's Cut Review

Touch Arcade: If you've ever wondered what it would be like to forge through a post-apocalyptic environment filled with zombies, disease, human scum and an abominable amount of bad luck, an environment that is Murphy's Law incarnate, Organ Trail: Director's Cut [$2.99] is the game for you. A brutish zombie survival title, Organ Trail will kill you so many times that you're going to start thinking that South Park's Kenny had it easy. (iPad, iPhone, Organ Trail: Director's Cut) 4.5/5

Jdoki  +   959d ago
This game is quite good fun. Probably won't appeal to the masses, but for a bit of nostalgia and strategy it's a great time waster. Hint for extra fun... Make sure you name your party after people you know... Makes the whole thing much more personal! :)

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