Bitejacker: Secret Horror Base Series

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4.3/5 (67 votes)

A zombie apocalypse thoughtlessly interrupts your filming in this tongue-in-cheek retro shooter that has you blasting away scores of the undead, upgrading weapons and abilities, as you attempt to break yourself out of a cycle of days that just won't end. Silly, snarky, and definitely challenging, it's definitely going to bring out the zombie slayer in all of us.

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jnighlight February 7, 2011 6:05 PM

Just wanted to say that I LOVE games like this, where you upgrade a skill by actually doing it. It makes more sense and allows the game to tailor itself to the player. Just in case anyone cared.

On a completely different note, is there any way to stop the lag? I have a relatively new computer with good internet speed (Dunno if that actually matters) and would like to play the game as it is meant to be played. Any suggestions?

[Internet speed only affects the time it takes to download (load) the game into your browser. Your computer's CPU affects the relative framerate (lag) when playing. If you're playing in Firefox, try closing all other tabs/windows while playing. Or, try using Chrome, it's multi-threaded and Flash runs faster in it. -Jay]

jnighlight February 7, 2011 6:57 PM

Ah, so my CPU just stinks. Oh well, Thanks for the tips Jay!
It's worth playing through the lag to experience! Whoo!


A great, Nintendo-hard shooter. Reminds me a lot of Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World: The Game! The devs did a great job making this retroey, including difficulty. I'm signing this up for Best of JayisGames 2011. Can't wait for the next one!


The game has really high requirements, on my PC it lags up to the point of being completely unplayable


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