Here’s how to stop the zombie games and mobile game platforms from making kids and teens buy more, buy more games and more games.
The Wall Street Journal reported on Friday that more than a dozen publishers and game developers are working on new, more kid-friendly versions of zombie games that could be sold to kids and tweens at a later date.
The companies are pitching their games as educational, for example, or as fun, fun, and safe.
“We are offering a game experience that allows parents to make the game their kids want to play,” one game developer told The Wall St Journal.
“It is a platform that they can use in the home, in the classroom, at their local movie theater, at a concert, and it is the platform that can allow them to do that with their kids.”
Here’s a look at the top 10 zombie games on the market, according to a Wall Street J.D. Power report: