The player controls a vehicle with guns, or other weapons attached to them. They use said car and weapons to mow down hordes of zombies. The car is viewed from a top down perspective, similar to Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars for DS and PSP. The game also supports nVidia PhysX, which improves the physics in the game (not required to play it).
The game was re-released as Zombie Driver HD on October 17, 2012 to XBLA and Steam platforms, with PSN and Android versions forthcoming. The new version now includes 31 missions and new objectives, vehicles and enemies.
The protagonist running for his car in the opening cut-scene
7 different cars: Taxi, limo, sports car, police, ambulance, bus and a super car.
A new 'Slaughter' game mode added as an update with Patch v1.1.1. It is a survival mode featuring five areas and online leaderboards.
A new free mode called Blood Race added during steams midweek madness on November 19th 2010 as part of the latest patch. Includes tournament and single race options. In tournament you compete in multi stage cup races against increasingly more challenging ai. Tracks come in elimination, race and endurance varients. Race is pretty standard, elimination is based on highest kills while endurance involves bombs being strapped to your vehicle and you having to get at many points as possible before exploding while killing zombies and hitting check points.
The original score for Zombie Driver was composed by Pawel Stelmach and is available for free download at the game's official website.
|Track #||Song Title||Running Time|
|01||Red Plague (intro)||01.30|
|02||City of Destruction (main menu)||02.47|
|03||Breath of the Underworld||03.05|
|09||Dying Here (trailer edit)||01.36|
|10||City of Destruction (in-game edit)||03.38|
|11||Breath of the Underworld (alternate edit)||03.47|
|12||City of Destruction (trailer edit)||01.27|
|13||Escape from Hell (outro)||00.39|