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Call of Mini: Zombies

Zombie killing game that kids may want but shouldn't have.

What parents need to know

Ease of play

Virtual analog sticks move you back and forth, but you'll need to flick the screen to change the area at which you want to fire. The virtual stick used to control weapons only helps you aim at what's on screen. It is, in essence, a game that's perfect for people with three hands. 


Players use guns, chainsaws, and other weapons to kill the undead. The characters are not lifelike, but when you kill one, blood puddles on the floor -- and when you're attacked, the screen splashes with blood. 

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The main menu screen has a blatant ad for another game by the developer. 

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Parents Need to Know

Parents need to know that Call of Mini: Zombies is a knock-off game riding the coattails of the more popular Call of Duty: World at War: Zombies. The game is an escalating series of levels where you're tasked to kill or be killed as waves of zombies lumber toward you. Using a series of progressively more powerful rifles, machines guns, and shotguns (and the ever-present chainsaw), you kill the undead, releasing a river of blood. Given the somewhat cute appearance of the zombies (they appear almost Lego-like), kids might want to try the game, but it's much too violent for them. Users can share high scores via the Game Center social network, but participation is optional.

Is it any good?


CALL OF MINI: ZOMBIES certainly offers players plenty of options in terms of firepower and characters, but ultimately it's another "me too" title that cribs the gameplay style of another title. The juxtaposition of the grim-faced but toy-like characters (and zombies) with the copious amounts of blood feels like the old Joe Camel ads -- something that's meant for an older audience that's being targeted at kids. Even for older players, though, the game falls flat, with no co-op or multiplayer mode -- and just two maps that you explore again and again. In an overcrowded genre, this app really fails to stand out. 

App details

Devices:iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Android, Kindle Fire
Release date:June 20, 2011
Category:Action Games
Size:42.20 MB
Minimum software requirements:iOS 3.0 or later; Android 2.0.1 and up

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Teen, 13 years old Written byDrayoc December 8, 2011

Fun but violent

The point of the game is to kill zombies, that's all it is. So naturally, there is blood. When you kill one, they collapse into heeps of limbs, and splatter the ground with blood, (note, its really cartoony.) Obviously, it's not for little kids, but it is fun. The zombies themselves arn't very scary, but still, keep it away from little children.
What other families should know
Too much violence
Teen, 13 years old Written bySirSubby February 4, 2015

Great game, a bit violent, but nothing too serious.

Yes the game is a bit violent, but nothing an 10 year old couldn't take. 16+ is really harsh for a game rated 12+ on the app store.
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Easy to play/use
Kid, 12 years old November 30, 2011

violent but fun

violent but cartoony no language actually no talking fun