RadiantWalls HD - Zombie Virus

RadiantWalls HD - Zombie Virus


Observe the walking dead on a microscopic level with RadiantWalls HD - Zombie Virus.

Have you ever wondered why some zombies are able to run and others are mindless meat bags that lumber? Well scientists have figured it out. After decades of research at Central Core Labs the evidence has finally surfaced.

Use your device to view the microscopic viral and bacterial life that has been recorded in their studies. The research includes the following video feeds:

• Stage 1: Mortuuscocci Iterumvita (B23-12) - Basic walkers are infected with a bacteria strain that modifies their cell structures and reanimates their dead bodies.

• Stage 2: Milesmortusviridae (M3-13) - A synthetic virus developed as an antidote to the B23-12 bacterial infection. It mutated as it fed on the undead bacteria further mutating the animated corpse allowing it run at high speeds.

• Stage 3: Loquinervifectios (FC202) - Fully infected synapses. A fully formed zombie will display 100 percent infected nerve cells which still pulse in their infected state.

You can also enable and adjust research camera overlay FX!

These High-Definition Live Wallpapers work great with most phones, tablets, or any device that supports Live Wallpapers.

Should you have any problems, don't hesitate to contact our support team with questions or concerns.

NOTE: "Move To SD" is disabled, as Live Wallpapers on your SD card get removed as your wallpaper any time the device is reset or the card is unmounted.

Recent changes:
Fix small memory leak
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About RadiantWalls HD - Zombie Virus
Observe the walking dead on a microscopic level with RadiantWalls HD - Zombie Virus.

Have you ever wondered why some zombies are able to run and others are mindless meat bags that lumber? Well scientists have figured it out. After decades of research at Central Core Labs the evidence has finally surfaced.

Use your device to view the microscopic viral and bacterial life that has been recorded in their studies. The research includes the following video feeds:

• Stage 1: Mortuuscocci Iterumvita (B23-12) - Basic walkers are infected with a bacteria strain that modifies their cell structures and reanimates their dead bodies.

• Stage 2: Milesmortusviridae (M3-13) - A synthetic virus developed as an antidote to the B23-12 bacterial infection. It mutated as it fed on the undead bacteria further mutating the animated corpse allowing it run at high speeds.

• Stage 3: Loquinervifectios (FC202) - Fully infected synapses. A fully formed zombie will display 100 percent infected nerve cells which still pulse in their infected state.

You can also enable and adjust research camera overlay FX!

These High-Definition Live Wallpapers work great with most phones, tablets, or any device that supports Live Wallpapers.

Should you have any problems, don't hesitate to contact our support team with questions or concerns.

NOTE: "Move To SD" is disabled, as Live Wallpapers on your SD card get removed as your wallpaper any time the device is reset or the card is unmounted.

Recent changes:
Fix small memory leak

User reviews of RadiantWalls HD - Zombie Virus
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A Google User
Oct 20, 2014
Very Nice Good Work!
A Google User
Sep 29, 2014
Great. Doesn't drain battery and is neat to look at. High definition also helps. Worth the buy.
A Google User
Jun 14, 2014
Great For Zombie Fans Easy to use, decent price, good options
A Google User
May 1, 2014
Another great wallpaper This is planetscapes are my two favorites
A Google User
Apr 2, 2014
Kinda Bummed Cool wallpaper, but you should make it so that the virus progresses on the wallpaper instead of having to pick one stage. That'd be much cooler! Maybe on an update please?