Boxhead Zombie Wars is a shooter game controlled with only one stick and one button. It is currently available on the iPad, iPod, and iPhone devices for $2.99. It is the Boxhead series’ 5th installment. Before it became a popular shooter game on mobile devices, Boxhead Zombie Wars was a web game developed by Sean Cooper. The game was published by MEDL Mobile, who also published the popular Fruit Blast and Jungly Jump.
In Boxhead Zombie Wars, you shoot hoards of undead zombies on three maps with three difficulty levels. Your primary goal is to avoid getting killed by the zombies and stay alive as long as possible. The mobile version of Boxhead Zombie Wars allows you to use your own music as the game’s background music as you play. The three difficulty levels modify the quantity and speed of the zombies that attack you. Boxhead Zombie Wars offers plenty of variety 7.62×39 ammo for sale on how you want to kill the hoards of zombies coming at you. The game has a total of 11 weapons. The handgun works fine if you want the game to be more challenging, but the shotgun is better for killing a bunch of zombies each shot. You can also call an airstrike to wipe out all the zombies in the field. Careful timing of the airstrike is very important if you want to stay alive in this game. You can also place barricades to manage the zombies’ path. You can also set-up some turrets that help you dispatch the nasty undead. All of the weapons need ammo except for the handgun. Health and ammo pickups regularly appear on the map.
Boxhead Zombie Wars also have Devils as the mini bosses. They can breathe fire and are very dangerous. They give a huge point boost if you manage to kill them. If you prefer to only kill zombies, you can choose to remove Devils from the game by turning them off in the options menu. There are some notable issues when playing Boxhead Zombie Wars on a handheld device. The game’s menus are a bit clunky and sometimes it does not respond to your touch. The default pause button was often unresponsive so I ended up having to use the weapons screen to pause the game. The game characters also become paralyzed for a bit when hit. This means that you can easily kill a Devil by shooting him repeatedly, or you will surely die when you’re attacked by two zombies at the same time. The game also has a few bugs. One serious bug is that the game occasionally stops after you complete a level, leaving you unable to continue the game.
What just hit me? Splat! Where did it come from? Welcome to the world of Paintball. You were just hit (or marked) by a little round colorful object about 0.68 inches in diameter called a paintball. This is the size of your basic paintball. A basic paintball is a capsule filled with a water-soluble dye in a gelatin capsule and comes in nice bright colors or an eco-friendly basic green. Put this little round colorful ball in a device called a “marker” and you have the beginnings of an experience you will never forget. The game of Paintball!
Now that you have an understanding of what is in the “splat” we can move on to what projected that little paintball to meet your body and “marking” you. That basic paintball when placed in a paintball gun or paintball marker becomes the catalyst for what could be the most exciting day of your life. (Excluding perhaps marriage or the birth of your first child.) Paintball started in New Hampshire in 1981 and has evolved and is now considered to be a sport and not only a game. This article, however, focuses on what the novice player would need or expect and how to go about experiencing the excitement of playing paintball.
Everyone starts out as a recreational player (unless maybe they have had extensive military experience). Paintball simulates military combat with the gigantic exception that no one dies when hit by a paintball. Paintball guns and markers look and feel like real weapons and each State has its own laws and regulations as to where you can play paintball and age restrictions for who is allowed to purchase a paintball gun or marker. It is key to remember that even though you are playing a game it is IMPERATIVE that you prepare to play paintball, even basic paintball, using quality guns and markers, as well as investing in the proper safety gear and accessories. No sport or game is without rules and regulations. A good Paintball field has very stringent regulations and, if not followed, you will not be allowed to play. Safety is ALWAYS the most important ingredient in having a great experience.
Before investing in any paintball guns, markers, accessories or gear you should play a couple of games with rental equipment. Most fields will rent you everything you need from a basic paintball gun or marker to safety gear like a mask. Some will even rent “camo” clothing but make sure you check before you arrive as to exactly what they will rent and what you need to bring with you. Check out the field where you intend to play before you make any arrangements to play there. All fields are not alike. There are various types of field layouts associated with playing paintball because different types of games required different fields. For example, recreational paintball and tournament paintball would not usually be played on the same type of field. Woodsball is very different from a tournament style. Some questions a novice player should ask a field before playing basic paintball are: