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In the Zombie Wrangler game, you're the lone survivor in a now-wrecked army base, victim of a relentless zombie attack. In this free online game you will need to avenge your comrades deaths! Aim, shoot, blast and destroy the opposition, and defend what's left of the near-derelict army base before there's nothing left! Every day brings a new, more intense challenge, more zombies, and a bigger threat. Don't worry though, you can always upgrade your weapons, giving you just that little extra boom you need to get out alive!
Do you sometimes feel like a zombie, and also to play a free online flash game? If you are in the same mood as us today, you probably would like to play the free Zombie Wrangler game online right now.
Use your mouse to aim and fire, skip through weapons with the numbers keys, and manually reload your gun with the R key.
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