Zedd the Zombie was merrily resting in peace in the spooky graveyard, when all of the sudden he woke up! Now the wacky zombie is roaming around Monster World without a clue what to do with his half-life.
That’s where YOU come in - feed him, take care of him and keep your goofy zombie happy!
Zedd may be undead, but he still likes to party. Brace yourself for the funniest zombie game you’ve ever seen! Spookiness has never been so adorable!
> Take care of your very own zombie!
> Zedd the Zombie has discovered his passion for dancing - teach him some spooky and deadly monster moves at the zombie club!
> Feed your zombie delicious foods like squishy brains… you might want to make other food for yourself, though.
> Dress Zedd up in funny monster outfits.
> Even spooky zombies like getting their hair done - turn Zedd into a zombie studmuffin; give him a new hairstyle!
> Tuck your zombie into bed - make sure he has sweet yet spooky nightmares.
> Take care of your man-eating monster plant - He needs a lot of attention (and food).
> Play lots of spooky-fun mini monster games like Spook Pop, Whack a Zombie, and more!
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