The ZomBcall zombie sound vocalizer enables the user to make zombie sounds. Theoretically these sounds could lure zombies in to traps or entice them into specific areas if indeed someday zombies were to actually exist.
Dallas, TX (PRWEB) June 25, 2014
ZomBcall unveils the “ZomBcall zombie sound vocalizer” device designed to allow users to create zombie sounds similar to those used in movies and TV shows such as “The Walking Dead”. The “zombie vocalizer zombie sound device” is the brainchild of James Villepigue and Christopher Oliver, serial entrepreneurs and avid zombie enthusiasts.
“With the massive popularity of zombie apocalypse based TV shows and movies like A&E’s The walking Dead, World War Z, Zombieland, Day of the Dead, 28 Days Later, Shaun of the Dead, Return of the Living Dead, Night of the Living Dead, Dawn of the Dead, Warm Bodies and more it is no surprise that many zombie enthusiasts find themselves considering preparations for a potential zombie apocalypse. At ZomBcall we understand this and want to help. The ZomBcall zombie sound vocalizer enables the user to make zombie sounds. Theoretically these sounds could lure zombies in to traps or entice them into specific areas if indeed someday zombies were to actually exist. ZomBcall is all about being prepared, because if you are not prepared, you’re not gonna make it!”, says Christopher Oliver, co-creator of the ZomBcall zombie sounds vocalizer device.
Villepigue and Oliver have hinted that they intend to launch a massive “zombie apocalypse” style marketing drive to raise awareness of their soon-to-be launched Kickstarter crowd funding initiative. While a specific launch date for the ZomBcall zombie sound device Kickstarter promotion was not disclosed Villepigue and Oliver hinted that it was imminent.
“We only as that everyone remain calm. We understand that many people believe a zombie apocalypse could break out any day now, but it is important that everyone remain calm. ZomBcall will be available soon and we look forward to your support in our ZomBcall zombie sound device Kickstarter campaign,” says James Villepigue, co-inventor of the ZomBcall device.
For more information about the ZomBcall zombie vocalizer and the imminent Kickstarter funding drive visit ZomBcall.com.