The undead nightmare zombie felt the chill air on his scorched, desiccated skin.
Daytime was getting colder. Nighttime was always cold but he didn’t care. Cold no longer mattered. The Hunger is all that mattered now. The taste. The flesh. The undead nightmare zombie existed only to fill the drive to consume living flesh. The Hunger drove him insane, long ago.
How long ago did The Hunger become his master? He didn’t know, each day was the same as the next. He wandered in search of that scent. The smell of the crimson blood that pumped through the veins of the prey that he fed upon. Humans.
He was a human before The Hunger came. The undead nightmare zombie had brief glimpses of his old life. He recalled the sun. Standing in the warmth of the sun and being happy. He remembered a small child with golden hair and fair skin. He could not see color anymore, except red. The red of the lifeblood inside his human victims. What happened to his son? It didn’t matter. The Hunger drove him.
He could see movement at the end of the street. He was standing in the middle of the block near a tall building that had glass windows on one entire side. The undead nightmare zombie looked up and into one of the windows. He was looking at his own reflection. Hideous. Half clothed. No shoes. One side of his neck was torn away. One arm was missing from the shoulder below.
His chest had a gaping wound. A human had shot him with a shotgun. Right in the chest. He remembered. He was chasing the man, he could hear the man’s heart pounding, and smell the blood coursing through him.
The Hunger drove him mad and he jumped on the man. The man’s shotgun fired but didn’t stop the rage and ravenous desire he had.
The undead nightmare zombie had brought the man down and bit into the flesh on his neck.
The blood was hot and sprayed on his face. He didn’t do such things when he was human. Why not?
Where did The Hunger come from? His son. His son came home from school one day with a bite wound on his arm. That night, the boy went feral and attacked him. He looked down. His left arm was gone. In his rage, his son had torn it off with his teeth. The Hunger had his son too.
The undead nightmare zombie had killed his own son afterward. He had no choice. The Hunger doesn’t stop. He had to kill his own son and it drove him insane.
It didn’t matter. The Hunger had him now.
Movement. Down at the end of the street. A woman. He began running toward her.
She heard him, screamed, and started running. She was too slow and he caught her by the leg. She screamed again as he bit into her thigh. He had to feed The Hunger!
Just then, a man stepped out onto the street. The man had heard the cries of the fleeing woman. He blasted the zombie’s head off and quickly started reloading his gun.
The woman had stopped screaming. Actually, she wasn’t even crying. He looked up just as she landed on him, knocking him over and he dropped his gun.
She could see the red in his flesh and bit into his neck. The man screamed.
The Hunger must be fed and this new undead nightmare zombie obeyed.
In my online quest for more zombie ideas, I have discovered a really fun zombie survival game.
To be honest, there is way more than just one zombie survival game on the Internet. In fact, I have found quite a few. However, most are poorly designed or go way over the top with fantastic content just as flying Superman type zombies or robot zombie cyborgs.
The zombie survival game that I have been enjoying is “Zombie Trailer Park.” I found it when I was doing my original research for my “Trailer Park Zombies” story that I wrote a little while ago. At the time, I skipped past this game and didn’t take the opportunity to play until recently.
This is a very entertaining game with only one drawback: it was too short!
Like most entertaining video games, this zombie survival game has enough of a challenge that makes it rewarding to beat.
Unfortunately, the end of the game comes too soon at level four.
However, in the four brief levels, you will be very excited, amused, and entertained. The game is the classic zombie survival game where you are under siege by an ever-increasing zombie horde. Not only do the zombies keep coming at you but they also increase in strength and power.
The idea of the game is to “kill” the zombie base by bringing its life bar to health points to zero. At the beginning of the game you see at the bottom of the game screen, the health bar of the zombie base (under the city) and the health bar of your base (under the trailer.) This makes the object of the game pretty clear.
The player has many options for building offensive units and special buildings that provide more advanced units such as a truck-mounted machine gun with a yeehaw yelling redneck blasting away at the zombie rush.
In order to create new units and upgrades, you will need money. Money is generated by the number of salvage yards you have. You gain $50 every five seconds per salvage yard. I guess in this zombie survival game, the economy is still using USD? Therefore, your goal is to max out the available number of salvage yards while peppering in some shovel men.
Shovel men are the cheapest of the units and will give you time by holding back the initial horde forces. Don’t take too long because in this zombie survival game, the bad guys start getting badder, faster, and stronger. If you don’t move fast enough, your trailer will be overrun and get destroyed, ending the game.
As time goes by and your kill more zombies, you build up “yeehaw power” when you reach 3000 “yeehaw power” you can send in a horde of your trailer trash buddies. This horde consists of angry farmers with shotguns and shovelmen with well…shovels.
As the game progresses, the action gets more exciting with huge lumbering zombie juggernauts and catapults that fling kamikaze, exploding zombies at you! All during this action, there is some great redneck, backwoods slide guitar music playing!
I am linking the zombie survival game for you so enjoy!