No matter how you slice it, there's nothing quite like a good zombie game. Even if games centered around the undead aren't the only games you play, they can be a lot of fun once in awhile and the great thing about zombie games on mobile is that there's a ton of them, and there always seems to be more popping up. If you're a fan of all things zombie but don't know where to start, here's our list of 10 zombie games you should consider checking out.
Call of Duty Black Ops Zombies
We'll kick this list off with something that should be familiar to many zombie fans. The mobile version of the Call of Duty Black Ops Zombies mode. You'll find familiar maps, weaponry, and hordes of flesh-eating undead coming at you wave after wave. You can even play the Dead Ops Arcade mini game.
If you like tower defense style games, then Zombie Hive just might be what you're looking for. It takes on a little bit of an anime style for the graphics making it a treat for anime fans, and you'll be fighting off multiple waves of zombies as you try to defend multiple floors with various defense units.
If you were a fan of the Dead Trigger games, then Unkilled is essentially a third game in the series. Although not technically part of the franchise, the gameplay and graphics are very similar and will offer just what you would expect, a Zombie first person shooter with tons of weapons, tons of zombies, and lots of action.
Dead Effect 2
This is the sequel to the original Dead Effect, and continues the outer space battle against the hordes of the undead. Like Unkilled, Dead Effect 2 is a zombie themed first-person shooter, although it's a little more in-depth with a more immersive storyline and RPG elements that include character progression and more.
Walking Dead: Road To Survival
Offering an all new storyline from the writer of the Walking Dead graphic novel, Road To Survival takes the Walking Dead and tosses it into an RPG environment. As you play you can collect different characters to use throughout the game, and there's plenty of player choice which can affect the outcome of the game direction.
Zombie Highway 2
This will play out somewhat like an endless runner, except instead of running you're driving an armored vehicle outfitted with weapons to help you dispose of the undead trying to attack you on the highway.
Minigore 2: Zombies
If zombies could be cute, Minigore 2: Zombies would be a good example. This is a twin-stick shooter so you'll be using one thumb to move and one thumb to attack. There's loads of different weapons and power-ups to grab, waves of zombies and other undead enemies, and there are even boss fights and multiple playable characters.
Goat Simulator: GoatZ
This is pretty much the same Goat Simulator you know and love, but with plenty of zombies and a little more craziness, a survival mode, and the ability to turn humans into zombies, because why not.
Plants vs. Zombies 2
There can't be a zombie game list without mentioning Plants vs. Zombies 2. Gameplay here is a little more casual than most of the titles on this list which makes it that much more fun as you can pick it up and play it anywhere a little more easily.
The Walking Dead No Man's Land
Rounding out this list is a walking dead game based on the TV series, offering up a mix of RPG and strategy gameplay. You'll encounter loads of zombies to fight off, and at some point you'll have to make some tough decisions on who lives and dies. You can also group up with other players for weekly challenges which can earn you some pretty big rewards.