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Zombies, Run! Gets Improved Accessibility, Tutorial And More In New Update

Zombies, Run! Gets Improved Accessibility, Tutorial And More In New Update

April 25, 2013
The popular fitness app with a difference, Zombies, Run!, has received an update to version 2.1. Now, users of the app can enjoy improved accessibility, a brand new "top-down" base builder, and first-time runners can take advantage of an introductory tutorial upon loading the application. In the app, users perform their daily exercise against the audio backdrop of a zombie apocalypse. Upon launching the app and connecting a pair of headphones, iPhone and iPod touch owners are presented with a series of missions that tie in with the fictional storyline of Zombies, Run!. After selecting and launching a specific mission, users then embark upon their own run, which the application integrates within the drama of its zombie invasion. Zombies, Run! launched following a successful Kickstarter campaign, and we've been fans of the application for a while now. However, in version 2.1, the app - which received a major content update earlier this month - has been improved further. As outlined in Zombies, Run!'s release notes, changes made in the recent update include:
  • Improved accessibility across the entire game.
  • New fully accessible "top-down" base builder mode.
  • A tutorial is displayed for first-time users
  • If you played missions in version 1 of the app, we have now restored your progress on the Season 1 mission screen.
Zombies, Run! 2.1 is available to download in the App Store now, and is optimized for the iPhone and iPod touch. If you don't already own the application, it can be purchased for $3.99. For more information, check out the Zombies, Run! 2 launch trailer, which we've embedded below along with a selection of screenshots from the application.

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[gallery] Alternatively, for further app updates, see: Horizon Calendar 2.0 Brings Natural Language Input And Other Major ImprovementsCinemagram 2.0 Introduces Vine-Like Features Including Sound, Categories And More, and Fandango Gets Improved iPad Support, Faster Ticket Purchasing, And More.

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