Take the strategy genre and throw in a dash of zombies and you got yourself a recipe for one hell of a good time. Which is exactly what the good people over at Spark Plug Games thought when they made Plight of the Zombie. A trace and go strategy romp with plenty of brain chomping in between.
In P.Z. you start off as a mildly overweight guy named Craig who is hankering for a burger in the midst of a full blown zombie apocalypse. Sure his priorities might be a little out of whack, but off he ventures into the streets in search of beefy goodness anyway.
In a prime example to why you should always look both ways before crossing the street, he is hit by a car and dies hungry. As all soon to be zombies do, he rises from the grave, still hungry. Not for a cheesy burger, but for brains!
And so begins your adventure to feed Craig and his pals that grey matter they crave so much. In the beginning of each level, Craig starts out on the streets with the objective to infect the humans and eat as many brains as you can along the way. Trace your digit across the screen in the path you want him to follow and Craig will do the rest.
With over 30 levels of puzzles, destructible environments, and beautiful 3D graphics, Plight of the zombie is one portable game that'll occupy your time for quite some time.