One user, Paul, complained: “Incomplete install, feel free to actually test your software before you release it to the public.” Paul then proceeded to award the game one star.
Another user, Stephen, echoed Paul‘s disgruntled sentiment, stating: “Installed and then won’t download the additional files no matter what. Would like a fix asap or money back.”
No more room in hell
The game itself, which won a Silver Award on iOS, is all about shooting legions of the reanimated dead, either on your own or with the help of up to three other human beings over a local wi-fi network.
Featuring three maps – Kino Der Toten, Ascension, and Call of the Dead – for you to sink your teeth into, as well as the slightly odd Deap-Ops Arcade (which turns the game into a top-down shooter), Call of Duty: Black Ops Zombies contains enough content for even the most ardent undead slayer.
You can grab the game from the Google Play Store for £4.99 / $6.99 by clicking here, although bear in mind that it might not work.