This game consists of 3 zombie games!
1) Memo: Your memory is put to the test with this zombie game! Try to remember all the zombie pictures when you overturn the brick. Try to match a pair of the same pictures and overturn them together. The aim of the game is to overturn all the pictures, with the same pictures in pairs together and then you win!
2) Puzzle: There are 6 different unique puzzles for zombies! Try to solve the randomized pictures where you got to click on one puzzle piece to move it around, left ,right, top or bottom. Some puzzles are just plain simple and easy to solve while the rest of them may be quite of a challenge though!
3) Tetris: Have fun with this game! Try to organize the blocks together to try to fit all of them in a shape! All of the blocks are of a different colour, shape and size!
- Youtube videos on zombies for you to watch while on the train or bus or car!
- Unique design with a user interface that flows!
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The Earl of Tyrconnell has moved Lord Mountjoy and his regiment from Derry to Dublin, the town has been left undefended ...
The Siege is an interactive, location-based, mobile app set around the walls of Londonderry. The Siege app combines GPS and mobile technology with contemporary real life accounts and dramatized reactions from townspeople to bring the key events of the 1689 Siege of Derry to life.
You can experience 'The Siege' in three ways:
1. Play the Siege of Derry espionage game on Derry's walls (requires GPS)
Can you survive the 1689 siege as a Jacobite spy? Your mission is to look after Jacobite interests in the garrison town of Londonderry. Walk along the walls and collect any useful conversations you overhear. Remember to keep on the move or you'll attract the attention of the guards and be thrown in prison. The app will guide you to the start of the game at HANGMAN's BASTION which is located between Butcher's Gate and Magazine Gate on Derry's walls. There you will be given your mission. Walk along the walls in an ANTI-CLOCKWISE direction (towards Butcher's Gate) and collect the accounts you overhear. Use the cannon in the bastions to send your collected accounts into the Jacobite camp.
2. Listen to the Siege of Derry audio timeline on Derry's walls (requires GPS)
Listen to eyewitness accounts of the Siege of Derry on location. Walk along the atmospheric city walls and listen to events where they unfolded.
The app will guide you to the start of the timeline at HANGMAN'S BASTION which is located between Butcher's Gate and Magazine Gate on Derry's walls. Walk along the walls in an ANTI-CLOCKWISE direction (towards Butcher's Gate) and listen to the conversations of passersby. The timeline ends above Magazine Gate.
3. Listen to the Siege of Derry audio timeline elsewhere.
This version of the app can be played anywhere. The timeline is represented as accounts along map of the walls of Derry. Working in an anti-clockwise direction and starting at Hangman's Bastion, click on each account icon sequentially to listen to an audio timeline of contemporay accounts of the Siege.
This software was licenced to the Northern Ireland Environment Agency by the BBC.
For more information: http://digitalkey.biz/projects/the-siege-app/download-the-siege-of-derry-app/
Richard De Burgh, the Red Earl of Ulster, needs a constable to take charge of the defences of Carrickfergus Castle. The castle controls access to Belfast Lough and the Scots will be keen to take it. As constable you must assess the castle's defences and use your men to defeat any Scottish attacks. The better your miltary performance, the higher the wages. If you succeed in your post you will be rewarded with an earldom but if you fail you will be dismissed without pay!
Carrickfergus castle has stood guard over Belfast Lough for over 800 years. The Siege! app contains a mission-style game and an interactive map that explores Anglo-Norman military strategy and the defensive architecture of the Carrickfergus Castle. The game is best played on location at the castle and uses interactive role-play and atmospheric video to bring the 1315-16 Bruce siege to life. The interactive map contains photographs, drawings and fact-files that illustrate how the castle withstood a year long siege.
Supported by the Creative Industries Innovation Fund and produced in association with the NIEA.