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MustEatBrains haunting the Marketplace

More Zombies are heading to your Windows Phone. This time around, it's with the game MustEatBrains from PNB Industries. You can choose to either fight on the side of the living or on the side of the zombies.

Fighting on the side of the undead, you chase after the "meddlesome warm blooded fools" scoring points for each heart you collect and receive a boost of endurance by dining on the remains. Brains are the delicacy that will give you brief periods of invulnerability.

Fight on the side of the living, you stand alone against the undead horde. Points are scored for each zombie you take out and you loose points should you take out innocent bystanders.

The graphics have a nostalgic feel with over three hundred hand-drawn animations. You almost expect the flickering of the lens as the frames roll by. There is a free trail available for MustEatBrains with the full version running $1.49. You can download both here (opens Zune) at the Marketplace. We'll take a closer look at MustEatBrains and get a review up shortly.

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