Battle Bears: Zombies is framed by fun little animated cut sequence that set up your Bad-Ass bears as preparing for guerilla warfare against brightly faced alterna-bears. Battle Bears: Zombies is actually a shooter that remains a third person perspective, but a first person feel. The majority of the game is spent posted behind barriers firing at incoming bears. This is fun as you take out the pink zombie bears, knocking off their heads and sending rainbows spewing from their neck. This does get a little redundant as you go forward in Battle Bears: Zombies, but there are so many gameplay modes that you can kind of work your way around. Like most fully realized free iPhone games, Battle Bears: Zombies is on the Open Feint network. Graphically Battle Bears: Zombies is definitely above par and even the menu sequences have a sense of character that is appropriate for this pre-schooler armageddon. You end up with more weapons as you go along in Battle Bears: Zombies, such as cross bows and shot guns to better target your zombie opponents. The control system, though seemingly awkward during the opening tutorial, is better than you find on most free iPhone games with an action focus. You put the direction of the gun with one thumb and fire with the other, which is simple enough to become intuitive within the first few minutes of playing Battle Bears: Zombies. There are a few things to criticize about Battle Bears: Zombies, but no enough to actually make you avoid it. The shooting format is fun enough to keep you playing for longer than you would think, and since it is story based you have something to keep your attention. At least passively.