Much-maligned filmmaker Uwe Boll ("Alone in the Dark," "Bloodrayne") is planning yet another video game adaptation - "Zombie Massacre" says Game Daily.
1988 Games is bringing the shooter game exclusively to the Nintendo Wii shortly, and Boll will shoot the $6 million project in Vancouver in 2009.
The goal of the game is to drive a fully-armed nuclear warhead (that's stowed in the trunk of their vintage 1950s convertible) into the center of a city overflowing with zombies.
After depositing the weapon, players will then have to make it out of the city just as quickly as they entered it before the warhead detonates.
"I'd like Zombie Massacre to be a harsh zombie movie like 28 Days Later" says Boll who's also developing adaptations of Sabotage 1943 and Legend: Hand of God. He's currently finishing up work on Far Cry, which he shot in Vancouver this Summer.