|Zombies: Generic 3D Sequel|
|Developer(s)||Phazonworks, LucasArts, Konami|
|Platform(s)||Wii U, PS Vita, PS4, Xbox One|
Zombies: Generic 3D Sequel is a horror spoof game and a follow-up to the 1990s title Zombies Ate My Neighbors.
The 11th-grader Jared is never liked in Yorktown High: the football players stuff him into a locker, the popular kids humiliate him every chance they get, and the pep squad comes up with horrible, derogatory rhymes about him, and that includes his crush Mindy, who just happens to be cheer captain. Even the teachers give him a hard time, with one of his nicknames catching on to a point of where even the PRINCIPAL calls him "Dookie" (since he stepped in dog crap in the 5th grade). Don't even start with his looks, either. His face is plainer than white bread, his fashion sense is out of whack (as he commonly wears a red baseball cap and 3D glasses) and he only plays the 16 and 32 bit video games.
His new science teacher is kinda weird and harsh too. He's bald, old and loud. And his name, HIS NAME. Dr. Tongue is what they call him. His habits are even weirder: he spends most of his time either at the graveyard or in his special lab. What a weirdo!
Jared, main protagonist of the game, has a massive arsenal of items that can be accessed using the special interface system.
||Jared's basic weapon, this green machine can shoot rapidfire blasts of Holy Water. They work on a lot of foes and are his go-to weapon when it comes to most of the enemies in the game.|
||These simple fruits (yes, they are indeed fruits) provide a nice back-up weapon against weaker enemies. Due to the tomatoes' acidic qualities, they instantly destroy the Martian enemies.|
||Tasty desserts like these are a shame to waste, but they do kill the Toxic Blobs with one shot, due to the high amount of sugar in them.|
|The Soda Can||
||The carbonation in these compressed, airtight alminum containers can explode on most foes that are hit. These can do a lot of damage if you get lucky enough to catch foes in the fizzy blast range.|
|The Plate||None; does moderate damage.||
||Nice ceramic plates you got there. Their range is fantastic.|
|The Football||None; does very high damage||
||Hup! This pigskin can be very powerful if thrown at the right time.|
||Silverware! Not even Werewolves are safe from them!|
||Ah, the Crucifix. The ancient artifact capable of slaying pretty much every Vampire and Vampiress in the game. It's almost guilt-inducing considering that some of the Vampiresses might be just innocent victims of the Vampires.|
||Open this special Box up and watch the mystical energies destroy all enemies on-screen! What was Pandora thinking?!|
|The Red Potion||
||These red concoctions trigger a Jekyll-Hyde transformation in Jared's genetic code that transforms him into a massive purple beast that punches holes in EVERYTHING.|
|The Blue Potion||None||
||The blue concoctions are less offensive than the reds, because whereas the red ones add muscle mass, the blue ones (in a sense) remove it: blue potions turn Jared into a ghost that let's him walk through walls infinitely until the potion's effect times out.|
|The Running Shoes||None||
|The Inflatable Clown||None||
|The Health Pack||None||
|The Bubble Gun||
||This dark weapon is usually found in a Pyramid level; there's only one in the game, but consider yourself lucky if you do find it. This baby can hack and slash through almost every enemy in the game.|
|The Ice Cannon||
|The Weed Whacker||
|The Fire Extinguisher||
|Name||Attacks||What they do that's probably annoying||Description|
|Gang up on you.||The basic enemy monster, Zombies are incredulously common and unbelievably weak, able to be destroyed by the weakest weapon in one hit.|
Ah, yes, Tommy. These murderous dolls come to life and go on a murderous rampage until destroyed. Too bad when they get killed, they can turn into a flaming version of themselves.
||What sane person isn't afraid of Spiders? Especially when they've got a nice, poisonous bite?|
Terror in Aisle 5
|Shopping Mall Level||
|Top Floor Level||
Running towards the Egyptians
Cave of Mystery
Tongue's Last Stand