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Hell of Sand game (Falling Sand + zombies)


1:26 AM on 09.22.2006



Banner This game is somewhat old but its popularity is rising once again -- unfortunatley, it seems like its Falling Sand version is the one getting laid, so I just want to make sure its perfected version gets some time in the champagne room. Reader Savant (Happy 21st Bday!) made the awesome Dtoid fan art pictured above, but, as amazing as it is, it's missing one thing - zombies! Now I pretty much hate all things zombies, but don't hate on me -- hit the view story button instead of my face to give the Hell of Sand version a try. You can add up to 50 stick figure zombies to the physics chaos and here is where the game really gets fun -- click on the 'hand' button on the bottom of the game applet and then click and control each zombie on screen. Feel free to shake them like you've got Paris Hilton's head in your hands, it's great therapy, and each zombie is just as flamable as you'd hope, but if you try burying them their stuporing AI will often break through your containment walls, so have fun trying to slaughter a million sticks if you haven't yet :)





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