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Dundee, Scotland– 21 st December 2010– Zombiez have evolved, they’ve realised that brains taste like, well, brains and they're now after your favorite calorie laden snacks instead. It's up to you to stop them -- blast them, fry them, burn them, launch them off the kitchen table. Whatever you do, KEEP THOSE DAMN DIRTY ZOMBIE HANDS OFF YOUR COOKIEZ!!!?

Award-winning indie developer Triple B Games is delighted to announce that Zombiez 8 My Cookiez has been released on the Xbox LIVE Indie Games Channel (XBLIG) and is available for download now at a price of 400 Microsoft Points ($5). Zombiez 8 My Cookiez is a humorous and?innovative take on the twin-stick shooter bringing a sophisticated physics simulation, gorgeous cartoon graphics and classic gameplay all in Full HD 1080P.

Zombiez 8 My Cookiez features drop-in, competitive, co-operative local multiplayer action across 3 game modes.

Trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hwAGM40QT5Y&hd=1

Gameplay: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gz_uXxtbbAQ&hd=1

Screens: http://www.triplebgames.com/downloads.html

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Zombiez 8 My Cookiez is the fourth release on XBLIG from Triple B Games, following NLL Lacrosse 2010 (Kotaku’s Best Indie Sports Game 2010), Inside Lacrosse’s CL 2010 and Fitba.


For further information, please contact:

Jonathan“Fritz” Ackerley

Triple B Games

t: +44 (0) 7956662685

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