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Tom The Syndicate Teases His Zombie Killer Squad Video Game And Shows Off His Twerk

Tom The Syndicate Teases His Zombie Killer Squad Video Game And Shows Off His Twerk

  • YouTube gamer Tom The Syndicate stopped by the What's Trending studio to tease his mobile video game Zombie Killer Squad, show off his twerking skills, and sign an awesome robot for a fan giveaway! For a chance to win, leave a comment on the YouTube video naming your favorite zombie killing weapon!

    "I've been wanting to do a game forever," Tom says. "Ever since I played games for the first time, I was like, 'Wow. I wish I could own my own game.'" One day, Section Games was awesome enough to help him make it happen. It's even his voice that's used in the game!

    While he doesn't have a certain release date yet, he can reveal that he's looking at the 27th or 29th of October. "We want to get it out to people before Halloween." For all those zombie gaming parties, duh. At first, it will only be available on the iPhone, but he's working on Android compatibility for the future.

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