Nov. 16, 2010 at 2:54 PM ET
I say you can never have too many zombie games.
And certainly, a zombie game that mines some of the most beloved and ground-breaking zombie territory — well that's not just welcome, that's just plain wicked.
George A. Romero’s 1968 flesh-munching classic "Night of the Living Dead" has been turned into a choose-your-own-adventure style game thanks to the wonders of YouTube.
The film has been sliced and diced into bite-size pieces (bite-size pieces, get it?) and, with some help from YouTube's video-linking feature, you can now select how this harrowing and claustrophobic tale of hungry undead and bickering humans unfolds.
Remember those old choose-your-own adventure books from when you were a kid? Yeah. It's like that. But on YouTube.
You might be wondering if this project is going to get pulled from YouTube due to copyright issues. But not to worry, "Night of the Living Dead" is now in the public domain thanks to a copyrighting mistake made decades ago. Whoops!
All in all, this is a great way to kill some time while you're waiting for the next episode of "The Walking Dead."
(Cheers to Kotaku.com for bringing this to our attention.)
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