Zombie Rollerz: Pinball Heroes Careenz onto Switch and PCs

A giant rolling boulder tends to work very well when vanquishing the undead. See for yourself in Zombie Rollerz: Pinball Heroes, which released today on the Nintendo Switch and PC platforms. It combines tower defense with pinball, and is sure to leave heads rolling. It’s a new, improved revamp of the original mobile game.

Four different worlds await liberation from the undead menace, and it’s up to you to save them! With rogue-like elements, no two playthroughs of Zombie Rollerz: Pinball Heroes are ever quite the same. There are over 50 types of zombies to kill, along with nearly a dozen different boss fights to test your skills. And hundreds of powers and items are waiting for you to unlock them, giving you all sorts of tactical options. All the while, your various towers will wreak havoc on the hordes of zombies. Stack up combos to maximize your offense, and let it rip (through the crowd of zombies).

You can grab Zombie Rollerz: Pinball Heroes on Zteam, GOG, the Epic Games Store, or the Nintendo Zwitch (via eShop) today. There’s a small discount to celebrate the release, so now’s a great time to get in early. There’s a launch trailer, too, if you want to see what you might be getting into.

Zombie Rollerz: Pinball Heroes Screenshot Boss
There are boss fights and vivid colors aplenty in this pinball-tower defense hybrid.

Zing Games, based in Chicago, has developed several successful series, including Mr. Runner and Zombie Rollerz, which have achieved over 10 million downloads on the global market. Industry veterans came together and founded Zing Games to create original game concepts on multiple platforms.

Publisher Daedalic Entertainment publishes, promotes, and develops high-quality games for a variety of platforms. Their line-up includes classic adventure games, RPGs, strategy games, and multiplayer titles. Daedalic employs over 50 people, and it is currently developing a new set of innovative games across various markets, including PCs, consoles, and mobile devices. The Hamburg-based publisher has won over 32 awards in the German Developers Award and a dozen German Computer Game Awards for their work. Recent projects include Barotrauma, Unrailed!, Iratus: Lord of the Dead, Partisans 1941, and the upcoming AAA The Lord of the Rings – Gollum.